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Gregorian (Masters of chant chapter II)

The second best selling volume of songs by a group that adapt and record popular songs in Gregorian chant style. This edition includes songs like “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face”, “Wish You Were Here”, “Lady D’Arbanville”, “In the Air Tonight”, “Hymn”, “Everybody’s Got to Learn Sometime” and all topped off by “Stairway to Heaven”.


01 “Moment of Peace” (featuring Sarah Brightman) (original by Gregorian) (4:22)
02 “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” (Ewan MacColl) (original by Peggy Seeger) (6:00)
03 “In the Air Tonight” (Phil Collins) (original by Phil Collins) (5:45)
04 “Bonny Portmore” (Celtic traditional) (5:02)
05 “Hymn” (John Lees) (original by Barclay James Harvest) (6:07)
06 “Child in Time” (Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord, Ian Paice) (original by Deep Purple) (5:20)
07 “Everybody’s Got to Learn Sometime” (James Warren) (original by The Korgis) (5:19)
08 “Wish You Were Here” (David Gilmour, Roger Waters) (original by Pink Floyd) (5:32)
09 “Lady D’Arbanville” (Cat Stevens) (original by Cat Stevens) (4:46)
10 “Heaven Can Wait” (Jim Steinman) (original by Meat Loaf) (5:53)
11 “Babylon” (text from Psalm 137) (original by Don McLean) (3:05)
12 “Stairway to Heaven” (featuring Amelia Brightman) (Jimmy Page, Robert Plant) (original by Led Zeppelin) (8:05)

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Biography of Gregorian:

One of the most successful pop/classical fusion projects, Gregorian mixes well-known pop and rock songs with Gregorian chants. Overseen by producer Frank Peterson, co-founder of Michael Cretu's Enigma outfit, Gregorian's first album, Masters of Chant, released in 1999 (an early 1991 Peterson album released under the name Gregorian isn't counted among the group's official releases, but already employs the same aesthetic), became a smash hit throughout Europe, entering the Top Ten in nine different countries. The following albums continued in the same vein, covering songs by Peter Gabriel, Lenny Kravitz, Coldplay, Björk, Queen, Tears for Fears, and others. The Dark Side, released in 2004, put a stronger emphasis on the rock element and included songs by Nine Inch Nails and the Doors. Including two live DVD releases, several sequels to the Masters of Chant album, and a 2006 Christmas album, Gregorian sold over four million records under Peterson's guidance.

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