Friday, July 2, 2021

Big Big Train - Grand Tour (2019)


Big Big Train - Grand Tour (2019)


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1. "Novum Organum"   2:25

2. "Alive"   4:34

3. "The Florentine"   8:17

4. "Roman Stone"   13:33

"Part One: Foundation"

"Part Two: Rise"

"Part Three: Ne Plus Ultra"

"Part Four: Fall" (instrumental)

"Part Five: Legacy"

5. "Pantheon" (instrumental)   6:12

6. "Theodora In Green And Gold"   5:32

7. "Ariel"   14:28

"Part One: Come Unto These Yellow Sands"

"Part Two: Noises, Sounds and Sweet Airs"

"Part Three: New Place"

"Part Four: O! There are spirits of the air"

"Part Five: Music, When Soft Voices Die"

"Part Six: Casa Magni, 1822"

"Part Seven: Approach, My Ariel, Come"

"Part Eight: Coda: The Triumph of Life"

8. "Voyager"   14:20

"Part One: On the Ocean"

"Part Two: The Farthest Shore"

"Part Three: The Pillars of Hercules"

"Part Four: Further Beyond" (instrumental)

"Part Five: Grand Finale" (instrumental)

"Part Six: The Space Between the Stars"

"Part Seven: Homecoming"

9. "Homesong"   4:50


Total length:   74:11





 

Big Big Train Band Members / Musicians

Nick D'Virgilio – drums, percussion, backing vocals, co-lead vocals on "Theodora in Green and Gold", additional keyboards, guitars

Dave Gregory – 6-string and 12-string guitars

Rachel Hall – violin, backing vocals

David Longdon – lead vocals, flute, additional keyboards, guitars

Danny Manners – keyboards

Rikard Sjöblom Р6-string and 12-string guitars, keyboards, backing vocals

Greg Spawton – bass guitar, bass pedals, additional 12-string guitars

Rob Aubrey – mixing, mastering

Rachel Hall – string arrangements on Voyager (with Manners & Spawton)

Dave Desmond – brass arrangements (with Spawton)




Grand Tour is the 12th studio album by the English progressive rock band Big Big Train. It contains all new songs unlike the previous, The Second Brightest Star. Thematically it broadens the lyrical landscape for the group into the European world, previously having a largely domestic British focus. It moves from English folklore and landscape, to the 17th and 18th century habit of well-to-do Europeans going on the 'Grand Tour' to experience a wider circle of art and science.

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