Fans of Renaissance and Annie Haslam
Unofficial and non-commercial social network for admirers of 1970s symphonic progressive rock band Renaissance and its vocalist Annie Haslam
After listening to the album PROLOGUE recently, I thought I'd ask about something I've long wondered about.On the chorus of "Spare Some Love," one of the backing harmonies really stands out. It's the one that seems to have an extra descending note…Continue
Started by FTG in General Discussion Jun 15, 2020.
Hi, As you know I run a website in french about Renaissance, Prologue.There are 3 reasons why I called it Prologue:1) I love the album. 2) The album represents a transition between the Relf-McCarty…Continue
Hi everyone!! I'm new to the forums, I'm from Argentina (currently based in Spain) and I'm a soprano. I'm a fan of the band and I'm looking for the Carpet of the Sun music sheet to bring to my singing class and I can't seem to find it anywhere. I…Continue
Started by V in General Discussion Nov 18, 2019.
Many Renaissance fans also enjoy the music of Yes, don't they? A lot of us listened to the two bands interchangeably back in the day. The bands' music is timeless. My aim in the 1990s was to publish an authorized Renaissance…Continue
My extremely well-cared for full collection of Renaissance and related-artist vinyl LPs and rare 7" singles is now available for an interested fan looking to build their collection. Interested? PM/DM…Continue
Posted by Russell Elliot on April 9, 2019 at 11:30am
The release of A Symphonic Journey has brought back wonderful memories of the time that I saw the band in 1977 with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in Manchester, just prior to the Royal Albert Hall concert that is available on the King Biscuit…Continue
Heey, After more than 25 years I listened to my Scheherazade copy so I could digitize it. When I turned the LP and listened I remembered the fact that side two is not Renaissance but a, to me, unknown band. Has anyone any idea Which band is on…Continue
Posted by Hansyo on May 10, 2018 at 6:36am