Treasure Chest Volume 6 - Medium Rare

Treasure Chest Volume 6 - Medium Rare (2002)

Track TitleLength
1Jane Seymour4m 45s
2Beyond1m 45s
3The Microcosm Suite h - Kalum Koll2m 8s
3The Microcosm Suite g - Quida1m 55s
3The Microcosm Suite f - Healey-Kae1m 55s
3The Microcosm Suite e - Bodor2m 8s
3The Microcosm Suite d - Quiggin3m 28s
3The Microcosm Suite c - Egoniaga1m 54s
3The Microcosm Suite b - Callhinor1m 57s
3The Microcosm Suite a - The Sun1m 50s
4Flyin'3m 30s
5Robot Man/Paint It Black8m 50s
6After Prayers6m 40s
7Your Move3m 35s
8The Realisation3m 45s
9The Suicide Shuffle5m 35s

Treasure Chest Volume 6 - Medium Rare (2002)

Artist List
Artist NameInstrumentTrack (where known)

Treasure Chest Volume 6 - Medium Rare (2002)

Catalogue
TypeCat No.LabelCountry
CDVPTCCD6VoiceprintWorldwide

Treasure Chest Volume 6 - Medium Rare (2002)

Miscellaneous Information
Originally released as part of the limited edition Treasure Chest boxed set.

Available from Voiceprint

Equipment Studio Engineering

Rick's Perspective
Notes
Wakey's Verdict
Little Known Trivia
Reviews

Christian Loebenstein on 25th May 2002 [Other reviews]

Volume 6 already. Time flies. The original Jane Seymour on church organ is really a sensation. “Beyond” is a little too short to make an impact, but I haven’t come across a copy of the “Beyond the Planets” Album yet, so maybe I shouldn't judge it then. I have heard of the “Microcosm Suite” before, but of course never heard it – again I have to give credit to my younger brother, who told me about the game and that it was intended to have music by Rick more than ten years ago and even had the opporunity to chat with Rick about the game at a Wakeman and Wakeman show here. The music is very much like Rick’s early 90ies work, Wakeman with Wakeman e.g. and has some fine moments. “Flyin’” quotes “The Forest”. Musically it lies between “The Burning” and “1984”. Isn’t that the time, when the mysterious “Spider”/”Danielle” Single must have come out? Then there’s the Bootleg factor with tracks 5-9 (12-16 on my display), but the performances are that good, that I personally really don’t mind the slightly limited sound quality. Finally, there’s the “Suicide Shuffle” Live on CD, one of my favourites when I saw it in concert in 1993. Music: A+ Sound Quality: A+ / B+ (tracks 5-9)