Raised In Captivity

JOHN WETTON Raised In Captivity (2011 UK 11-track CD album - In January 2011, with a brief break in between touring commitments for the 30th Anniversary of U.K. and a US Asia tour, he headed over to California to write and record with former Yes, World Trade and Yoso producer and multi-instrumentist Billy Sherwood. After intense studio recording work, Wetton emerged with a strong bunch of new songs which he describes as 'an Anglo-American music document, a true autobiographical journey'. Indeed 'Raised in Captivity' is a record that truly sums up several of the musical elements that have shaped Wetton's career. Firstly a lot of his former and current musical partners are appearing on this new album: Robert Fripp [King Crimson], Eddie Jobson [UK], Mick Box [Uriah Heep], Steve Hackett [Genesis], Steve Morse [Deep Purple] and of course Geoff Downes of Asia. Musically, the record intends to offer a more rocking aspect of Wetton's songwriting and performing abilities, akin to his now classic album 'Battlelines', though not forgetting his abilities to perform on majestic harmonies over symphonic musical tapestries – particularly poignant is his duet with Dutch singer Anneke Van Giersbergen on 'Mighty Rivers' the closing song of the album)

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Release Date 4th Jul 2011
Release Year 2011 - 8 years ago
Condition Unless stated otherwise in the description above, all items are in at least excellent condition - so please read our descriptions carefully. We try to sell items as close to Mint condition as possible, and many will indeed be close to brand new and/or unplayed. Others may be 'used' - and all will meet our strict grading and are 100% guaranteed.
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Format CD album (CDLP)
Record Label Frontiers Records
Complete Stock List Go to John Wetton
Product Catalogue No FRCD522
Music Genre 70s Artists, Progressive, 70s Rock
Country Comes from UK Comes from 'UK'
Tracklisting & More Information

1. Lost For Words - featuring Steve Morse
2. Raised In Captivity - featuring Robert Fripp
3. Goodbye Elsinore - featuring Steve Hackett
4. The Last Night Of My Life - featuring Alex Machacek
5. We Stay Together - Bonus Recording
6. The Human Condition - featuring Tony Kaye
7. Steffi's Ring - featuring Geoff Downes
8. The Devil And The Opera House - featuring Eddie Jobson
9. New Star Rising - featuring Mick Box
10. Don't Misunderstand Me - featuring Tony Kaye
11. Mighty Rivers - featuring Anneke Van Giersbergen

Recording Artist John Wetton
Product Title Raised In Captivity
Product Information John Wetton Raised In Captivity UK CD album (CDLP).
Language All tracks are sung in English, unless otherwise stated in our description.
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Artists Related To 21st Century Schizoid Band, Adrian Belew, Andy Summers & Robert Fripp, Boz Burrell, CJ3: Crimson Jazz Trio, David Cross, Eddie Jobson, Freeway, Giles, Giles & Fripp, Gordon Haskell, Ian McDonald, Ian Wallace (Crim), Jack-Knife, King Crimson, McDonald & Giles, Michael Giles, Mogul Thrash, Pete Sinfield, Qango, Robert Fripp, Robert Fripp & Brian Eno, Ten Seconds, The California Guitar Trio, Tony Levin, Toyah & Fripp, Trey Gunn, U.K.
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