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Smiling At Grief - Revisited (Uk)
Artist: Twelfth Night
Format: CD

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Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 04/01/2022
UPC: 5055626408759

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DISC: 1

1. East of Eden - Steven Wilson
2. This City - Peter Jones
3. The Honeymoon Is Over - Karl Groom
4. Creepshow - Simon Godfrey
5. Puppets (Intro) - Mark Spencer
6. Puppets - Rob Reed
7. Three Dancers - Steven Wilson
8. Makes No Sense - Tim Bowness ; Brian Hulse
9. FÜR Helene Part II - Dean Baker
10. Puppets - Steven Wilson
11. The Honeymoon Is Over - Andy Tillison
12. Creepshow - Paul Hodson
13. Puppets - Rob Reed ; Galahad
14. Three Dancers - Gareth Cole
15. Makes No Sense - Mark Spencer
16. East of Eden Extended - Steven Wilson

More Info:

Twelfth Night's 1982 Smiling At Grief album was the first music released with new vocalist, Geoff Mann. With the 40th anniversary arriving in 2022, it was decided to celebrate Smiling At Grief by releasing a 'brand-new' version, by asking friends and peers to remix the album using the original master tracks. The response was amazing as contributions were received from Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree), Peter Jones (Camel), Simon Godfrey (Tinyfish), Tim Bowness & Brian Hulse, Rob Reed (Magenta), Karl Groom (Threshold), Andy Tillison (The Tangent), Lee Abraham & Stu Nicholson, Dean Baker (Galahad), Gareth Cole (Fractal Mirror), Paul Hodson and Mark Spencer. Some are straight remixes, some enhanced with new instrumentation, and some have been radically reworked, to produce an album that will be treasured by all prog rock fans.