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Rick Wakeman: Lisztomania
||Progressive Rock, Soundtrack
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 Rienzi/Chopsticks Fantasia (Wagner/Liszt) - 4:20
 Love's Dream (Liszt/Daltrey) - 4:25
 Dante Period (Liszt) - 2:05
 Orpheus Song (Liszt/Benson/Daltrey) - 3:10
 Hell (Liszt/Forsythe) - 1:59
 Hibernation (Wakeman) - 1:11
 Excelsior Song (Liszt/Wakeman/Russell) - 2:32
 Master Race (Wagner) - 0:45
 Rape, Pillage and Clap (Wagner) - 3:09
 Funerailles (Liszt/Benson) - 3:48
 Free Song [Hungarian Rhapsody] (Liszt) - 1:57
 Peace At Last (Liszt/Benson/Daltrey) - 2:59
Rick Wakeman - Keyboards, Synthesizers, Producer
The English Rock Ensemble
The National Philharmonic Orchestra
David Wilde - Liszt Piano Music Performer
Roger Daltrey - Vocals on [2,4,10,12]
Linda Lewis - Vocals on 
Paul Nicholas - Vocals on 
Bill Curbishley - Executive-Producer
Brian Lane - Executive-Producer
Roland Young - Art Direction
Junie Osaki - Design
Recorded with the Island Mobile/Rak Mobile, mixed at Island Studios & Olympic Studios, London.
Lisztomania is a 1975 progressive rock soundtrack album by Rick Wakeman
for Ken Russell's film Lisztomania, a biography of Franz Liszt. Some
tracks feature The Who's Roger Daltrey singing lead vocals. The album
was later upgraded as The Real Lisztomania by Wakeman because he was
dissatisfied with the original release.
When Allmusic rated the album they said: The soundtrack to Ken Russell's
movie provided Wakeman with a canvas upon which to work his magic (or
do his damage—it depends upon one's attitude) upon the music of Franz
Liszt and, to a lesser degree, Richard Wagner. Actually, much of what is
here is more substantial than the material on Journey or Myths and
Legends, which can be attributed largely to the composers'
The soundtrack to Ken Russell's movie provided Wakeman with a canvas
upon which to work his magic (or do his damage - it depends upon one's
attitude) upon the music of Franz Liszt and, to a lesser degree, Richard
Wagner. Actually, much of what is here is more substantial than the
material on Journey or Myths and Legends, which can be attributed
largely to the composers' contributions.
Bruce Eder - All Music Guide
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