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The Nice - Long Versions album mp3

The Nice - Long Versions album mp3
Art Rock,British Psychedelia,Prog-Rock,Psychedelic/Garage
  • Performer:
    The Nice
  • Title:
    Long Versions
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  • Style:
    Art Rock,British Psychedelia,Prog-Rock,Psychedelic/Garage
  • Date of release:
    August 2, 2005
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    1689 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1530 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1806 megabytes
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Elegy was the final official album release by the Nice, Keith Emerson having moved on to Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Lee Jackson to Jackson Heights and Brian Davison to Every Which Way. It consists of live versions of songs from earlier releases and a cover of "My Back Pages". Released after the Nice had disbanded, the album achieved number 5 in the UK album chart. Hang on to a Dream" and "America" were recorded live at Fillmore East, New York during the group's 1969 tour.

The first US version of Nice was briefly reissued in 1973 by Columbia Special Products. Nice (The Nice album). Connected to: {{::readMoreArticle.

The Nice Guys Business Card. Adults Only XXX Wrap. Includes Digital Soundtrack. And with The Nice Guys, in particular - music becomes a whole other character in the film, drenching the audience in an orgy of sexy, smooth, jangly, trumpeting, rhythmic atmosphere. This soundtrack is the real deal, rallying 15 legendary songs to create an era-setting super album. The track listing is superb - Bee Gees, The Temptations, Kiss, Kool & The Gang, Earth, Wind & Fire, etc. etc. Not all soundtracks are created equal

An extended play record, often referred to as an EP, is a musical recording that contains more tracks than a single, but is usually unqualified as an album or LP. Contemporary EPs generally contain a minimum of three tracks and maximum of six tracks, and are considered "less expensive and time-consuming" for an artist to produce than an album.

The Nice's third album was their first to break them into the star recording bracket in the . where it reached number three on the charts. Though only measuring six songs in all, it covered a lot of territory, in a rich mixture of psychedelic rock, jazz, and classical that did a lot to map the format for progressive rock.


Leonard Bernstein - Composer
Davison - Composer
Bob Dylan - Composer
Keith Emerson - Composer
Hardin - Composer
Lee Jackson - Composer
The Nice - Primary Artist
Davy O'List - Composer
Jean Sibelius - Composer
Stephen Sondheim - Composer

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Rondo Davison / Keith Emerson / Lee Jackson / Davy O'List The Nice 8:17
2 America [Single Version] Leonard Bernstein / Stephen Sondheim The Nice 6:06
3 War and Peace Keith Emerson The Nice 5:11
4 Dawn Davison / Keith Emerson / Lee Jackson The Nice 5:11
5 The Cry of Eugene Keith Emerson / Lee Jackson / Davy O'List The Nice 4:30
6 Tantalising Maggie Keith Emerson / Lee Jackson The Nice 4:19
7 The Thoughts of Emerlist Davjack Keith Emerson / Davy O'List The Nice 4:12
8 Little Arabella Keith Emerson / Lee Jackson The Nice 4:14
9 For Example Keith Emerson / Lee Jackson The Nice 8:52
10 Azrael Revisited Keith Emerson / Lee Jackson The Nice 5:56

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 America/a: 2nd Amendment Leonard Bernstein / Davison / Keith Emerson / Davy O'List / Stephen Sondheim The Nice 6:14
2 Intermezzo From "Karelia Suite" Jean Sibelius The Nice 8:57
3 Rondo (69) Davison / Keith Emerson / Lee Jackson The Nice 7:54
4 She Belongs To Me Bob Dylan The Nice 12:15
5 Symphony For Group and Orchestra: Prelude [Mono]/First Movement - Awakening/Second Movement - Realization/Third Movement - Acceptance "Brandenburger"/Fourth Movement - Denial/Coda - Extension To the Big Note Davison / Keith Emerson / Lee Jackson / Davy O'List The Nice 19:24
6 Hang On To a Dream Hardin The Nice 4:49