THE DAUGHTER OF TIME (1970)

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Colosseum changed its line-up again and Daughter Of Time became the last studio album of the group's first run.

Daughter Of Time Expanded edition
Vertigo 6360 017, November 1970 Sanctuary Midline SMRCD119, 2004
Side 1
  1. Three Score And Ten, Amen (Clempson/Greenslade/Hiseman)
  2. Time Lament (Greenslade/Hiseman)
  3. Take Me Back To Doomsday (Clempson/Greenslade/Hiseman/Heckstall-Smith)
  4. The Daughter Of Time (Dennan/Greenslade/Heckstall-Smith)
Bonus track:
Jumping Off The Sun (Mike Taylor/Dave Tomlin)
with Chris Farlowe's vocals added
This version was originally released on
The Collectors Colosseum in 1971
Side 2
  1. Theme For An Imaginary Western (Jack Bruce/Pete Brown)
  2. Bring Out Your Dead (Clempson/Greenslade)
  3. Downhill And Shadows (Clempson/Hiseman/Reeves)
  4. The Time Machine (Hiseman)
 
Recorded Summer 1970 in London, produced by Gerry Bron
The Time Machine was recorded at the Royal Albert Hall in July 1970

Jon Hiseman: drums, percussion
Dick Heckstall-Smith: soprano & tenor saxophones, spoken word on Three Score And Ten, Amen
Dave Greenslade: organ, piano, vibes, vocals
Dave 'Clem' Clempson: guitars, lead vocals on Take Me Back To Doomsday

Mark Clarke: bass guitar on  Three Score And Ten, Amen, Theme For An Imaginary Western and
Downhill And Shadows
Chris Farlowe: lead vocals on Three Score And Ten, Amen, Time Lament, The Daughter Of Time,
Theme For An Imaginary Western and Downhill And Shadows

Plus:
Barbara Thompson: flute, saxophones, vocals on side 1
Louis Cennamo, bass guitar on Time Lament, Take Me Back To Doomsday, The Daughter Of Time
and Downhill And Shadows

on Time Lament and The Daughter Of Time: Neil Ardley: director; Derek Wadsworth, trombone;
Harold Beckett: fluegel horn, trumpet; Jack Rothstein, 1st violin; Trevor Williams, 2nd violin;
Nicholas Kraemer, viola; Charles Turnell, 1st cello; Fred Alexander, 2nd cello

YouTube: Take Me Back To Doomsday from Beat Club, 1970

 

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