Magna Carta ‎– Lord Of The Ages

Vertigo ‎– 6360 093
Vinyl, LP, Album


A1 Wish It Was
A2 Two Old Friends
A3 Lord Of The Ages
B1 Isn't It Funny (And Not A Little Bit Strange)
B2 Song Of Evening
B3 Father John
B4 That Was Yesterday
B5 Falkland Grene

Compañías, etc.



Recorded at Sound Techniques, Chelsea, London.
"That Was Yesterday" (From Scottish B.B.C. TV Series 'Castle In The Air')

Comes with lyric sheet.

Otras Versiones (5 de 20) Ver Todos

Cat. nº Artista Título (Formato) Sello Cat. nº País Año
7138 054 Magna Carta Lord Of The Ages(Cass, Album) Vertigo 7138 054 UK 1974 Vender esta versión
846 448-2 Magna Carta Lord Of The Ages(CD, Album, RE) Vertigo 846 448-2 Germany 1990 Vender esta versión
REPUK 1100 Magna Carta Lord Of The Ages(CD, Album, RE, RM) Repertoire Records REPUK 1100 Germany 2007 Vender esta versión
63 60 093 Magna Carta Lord Of The Ages(LP, Album) Vertigo 63 60 093 Spain 1975 Vender esta versión
R&R 161111-1 Magna Carta Lord Of The Ages(CD, Album, Unofficial) Reality And Records Ltd., Vertigo (3) R&R 161111-1 Russia 2012 Vender esta versión



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28 de septiembre de 2012
The brilliant backing band can hardly be blamed for another ill-advised effort on Vertigo. This sounds often pretty nice, but there is so hopelessly little substance in the music that it is ultimately only the surface that shines. Underneath, a big void stares mercilessly at us. The lyrics are as pretentious as they come and will cause many of us to blush involuntarily. Sugar is everywhere on the music in thick layers. Sad low point: the Elton John imitation of That was yesterday, or is it satire?

At least Mr.Dean is in form. Three wild cloud-riders on very eager mounts appear over the horizon. One with no face, one with a Viking hairdo and one with glasses! The colours are quite restrained for a design of Dean. The violence of the image stands in stark opposition to the music within. On the back a great photograph of a stone-green sea. On the insert we find the lyrics imposed upon two photos of clouds.
The modest lettering serves its purpose and has the right colour, too.