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Jazz / Classical
Performer: Al Stewart
Title: Al Stewart's Museum Of Modern Brass
Style: Contemporary, Fusion
Year 1973
Country US
Genre: Jazz / Classical
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 563
MP3 size: 1446 mb
FLAC size: 1232 mb
WMA size: 1910 mb
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Al Stewart - Al Stewart's Museum Of Modern Brass download album

The Palace of Versailles" was released on Al Stewart's eight studio album, Time Passages, in September of 1978. It is the follow-up to his 1976 album Year of the Cat. The album, like 1975's Modern Times and 1976's Year of the Cat, was once again produced by Alan Parsons.

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RCA Red Seal four-channel Quadradisc. Library of Congress card number: 73-750118. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.

AL STEWART Al Stewart's Museum Of Modern Brass 2 Label: RCA Catalogue Number: APL1-0951 Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo Country: USA Released: 1975. Duration: LP. £. 0 postage. Al stewart 'Live indian summer' german import double lp. Explore.

Al Stewart's vocal technique can grate on some but I ain't one of them. I love his work, and have done since PP&F when I was introduced to it in '76. Thanks, Pollen, for insisting we play your copy of PP&F on my stereo. This album forms one of the high water marks of Al Stewart's work for me, a "big three" formed of PP&F, MT and YotC. Other albums are good of course, but these three have greatness in them. The recording seems crisp, the mastering not overly hot, though I listen almost exclusively on headphones these days. Whether you're discovering Al Stewart for the first time, or rediscovering him after too many years away, you can't do much better than this album. It isn't as well-known as "Year of the Cat" or "Time Passages," but I think that's to its advantage now, in that it won't seem as timebound by the hit songs we've all heard over & over again.

A1 The Masterpiece A2 A Simple Song (From "Mass") A3 Gloria A4 Music For The Funeral Of Queen Mary A5 Homage To Mozart A6 Arioso B1 Magnificat B2 Royal Court B3 Amazing Grace B4 A Whiter Shade Of Pale B5 Pavanne.

The album was Al Stewart’s twelfth release. The sophisticated piano intro and boss nova beats sets up a classy listen on one of the strongest Al Stewart songs on the record. Al Stewart’s Lord Grenville, was the opening track on his 1976 album Year Of The Cat. The song opens with Al Stewart’s vocal accompanied by a rhythmic British sea shanty guitar groove that is soon surrounded by Alan Parsons sweeping string section. Al Stewart’s tale of a sixteenth century English Naval commander is a haunting exercise in brilliant songwriting and performance.

Modern Times is Al Stewart's sixth studio album, released in 1975. The album was re-released in 2007 with bonus tracks. The Cord automobile Stewart is sitting in belonged to Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page. Centered in the cover, holding a mirror reflecting a bright light toward the viewer, as on Stewart's previous album, Past, Present and Future, the U. S. version of the album features the Marvel Comics character Doctor Strange. Erlewine, Stephen Thomas.

Year of the Cat is the seventh studio album by Al Stewart, released in 1976. It was produced and engineered by Alan Parsons. Stewart wrote "Lord Grenville" about the Elizabethan sailor and explorer Sir Richard Grenville (1542–1591).

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A1 The Masterpiece
Arranged By – Jack GaleWritten-By – Mouret*, Parnes*
A2 A Simple Song (From "Mass")
Arranged By – Gale*Written-By – Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Schwartz
A3 Gloria
Arranged By – Chico O'FarrillWritten-By – Vivaldi*
A4 Music For The Funeral Of Queen Mary
Arranged By – O'Farrill*Written-By – Purcell*
A5 Homage To Mozart
Arranged By – O'Farrill*
A6 Arioso
Arranged By – O'Farrill*Written-By – Bach*
B1 Magnificat
Arranged By – Rood*Written-By – Bach*
B2 Royal Court
Arranged By – Rood*
B3 Amazing Grace
Arranged By – O'Farrill*Written-By – Traditional
B4 A Whiter Shade Of Pale
Arranged By – Rood*Written-By – Brooker*, Reid*
B5 Pavanne
Arranged By – Gale*


  • Cover [Cover Sculpture] – William Bowie
  • Engineer [Recording] – Paul Goodman
  • Liner Notes – Ettore Stratta
  • Producer – Ettore Stratta


RCA Red Seal four-channel Quadradisc.

Library of Congress card number: 73-750118

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ARD-0032 Al Stewart Al Stewart's Museum Of Modern Brass ‎(LP, Album) RCA ARD-0032 US 1973
ARD1-0032 Al Stewart Al Stewart's Museum Of Modern Brass ‎(LP, Album, Quad) RCA ARD1-0032 US 1973
amazing b-boy drum break playing in intro Royal Court track