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Bob Catley - Middle Earth album mp3

Performer: Bob Catley
Title: Middle Earth
Released: 2001
Style: AOR, Hard Rock
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 379

Middle Earth is the third solo studio album by Bob Catley, released by Frontiers Records in 2000. The album draws upon . Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings for inspiration. The original title for the album given to the music press was Lord of the Rings. All songs written by Gary Hughes. The Wraith of the Rings" - 7:05. i) "The Fields That I Recall" - 0:00(ii) "Emissary" - 0:00(iii) "The Fields That I Recall (Reprise)" - 8:02. Against the Wind" - 5:15.

The Tower is the debut solo studio album by Bob Catley, released by Frontiers Records in 1998. Bob Catley collaborated with Ten frontman, and longstanding Magnum fan, Gary Hughes who wrote all the songs on The Tower. He wrote the songs having in mind classic Magnum tunes and trying to combine the epic scope of On a Storyteller's Night with Wings of Heaven commercial appeal.

For the Australian politician, see Bob Catley (politician). This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Musicians on Middle Earth include Hughes band mates Ten plus a guest appearance by Landmarq vocalist Tracy Hitchings. Catley toured extensively in 2001 with Kip Winger opening acoustically early in the year, and then spent a month co-headlining UK and European dates with Ten later in the year. Catley's 2006 solo album Spirit Of Man was written by Dave Thompson and Paul Uttley of Lost Weekend and Vince O’Regan of Pulse, and was recorded at KRT Studio’s in Wolverhampton. Catley and Vince have co-produced the album.

Band Name Bob Catley. Album Name Middle Earth. Released date 26 March 2001. Labels Now And Then Records.

FR CD 071. Bob Catley. Middle Earth ‎(CD, Album, Promo). Middle Earth ‎(CD, Album).

Legends (Bob Catley album). Studio album by Bob Catley. Legends is the second solo studio album by Bob Catley, released by Frontiers Records in 1999. The album's songs are based on legendary characters and literature, (Homer, Dracula, The Phantom of the Opera, etc. Contents.

11. Burzum - Det Som Engang Var 1993 - Ambient/Black - Burzum translates to 'darkness' in The Black Speech, spoken by the orcs. 12. Cirith Gorgor - Onwards To The Spectral Defile 1999 - Black - Cirith Gorgor is a mountain range near Mordor and was sealed by the Morannon (The Black Gate).

Bob Catley (lv, bv) Dennis Ward (g, b, k) Magnus Karlsson (k, g) Uwe Reitenauer (g) Dirk Bruinenberg (d). Other albums. When Empires Burn "Immortal'offers nothing new and Magnus Karlsson's songwriting has become so predictable, mechanical and formulaic that makes it hard to listen to the whole album from start to finish. You have to rest a while between some songs. HIBA October 20, 2008 08:00.

The lights go down To the deafening sound Thunder clouds rolling in through the night My heartbeat pounds As the heavens resound In the wide invincible sky.

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