суббота, 26 июля 2014 г.

Peter Pringle - Rain Upon The Sea (1981)



Artist: Peter Pringle
Album: Rain Upon The Sea
Label: A&M Records
Catalog#: SP-9051
Format: Vinyl LP
Released: 1981
Country: Canada
Genre: Pop Rock
Duration: 00:32:17




Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Pringle first played the piano. He also enjoyed singing, and joined the children's chorus of The Canadian Opera Company in 1954 and began to sing professionally. In the 1960's Pringle moved from Toronto to New York City where, among my other activites, he began studying the classical lute with theremin cellist Leonid Bolotine. He quickly discovered that he could finance his exotic musical interests through mainstream popular songwriting. Pringle then went to India to study the surbahar.
Pringle resided in several different countries over the next few years, financing his travels through songwriting and filmscoring. Because of his love/hate relationship with the spotlight, he would often work under assumed names. At that time, he collaborated with some of the most famous and successful songwriters in the business. He moved to L.A. in 1975, signed a deal with Warner Records and released his self-titled debut album in 1976.
Pringle remained in L.A. for five years but felt creatively stifled so in 1980 he moved to Montreal, signed a deal with A & M RECORDS and continued putting out LP's. He also signed to a television deal for several specials while in Quebec.
After singing with everyone from (a young) Celine Dion to Nana Mouskouri to Petula Clark, Pringle By grew tired of singing pop music, so he changed direction by writing a one-man show based on the life and work of the late British playwright, actor and singer Sir Noel Coward. This play, starring Pringle, called NOEL COWARD: A PORTRAIT occupied the next few years of his life. He performed hundreds of shows all over the world including an exclusive engagement at the White House for US President George Bush Sr. and Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney as well as a Royal Engagement for the Royal Family in England.
Next Pringle did another one-man show, this time in French based on the "Song Of Songs" (Le Cantique Des Cantiques or "Shir haShirim") of the Old Testament. The work was based on the interpretations of the late Alexandrian-born French cabalist Carlo Suares. The texts were by the French lyricist Laurence Musy. Pringle accompanied myself on a variety of different instruments including lute and the harp.
In 1996 Pringle decided to retire from public performing, but after taking up the Theramin, found himself back on the concert stage many times accompanied by symphony orchestras. - Eva Johnson.


 • Side One:
A1. Stranger - 03:21
A2. Hold On - 03:27
A3. Running Scared - 02:04
A4. Lead Me Home - 02:41
A5. It Just Occured to Me - 02:39
  Side Two:
B1. You Don't Want to Lose That Girl - 02:17
B2. Sweet Lightning - 02:47
B3. I Could Have Been a Sailor - 02:52
B4. Closing Time - 02:53
B5. Merlin's Dance - 05:41

      Recorded at Manta Sound, Toronto by John Naslin,
      Assisted by David Taylor.
      Mixed at Rudy Sound, Los Angeles by Don Gooch,
      Assisted by Jay Parti.
      Prodeced by Harry Hinde for Bindu Productions.


Musicians:
Vocals, Keyboards - Peter Pringle
Guitars - Bob Mann, Jim Perry, Paul Sanu (Courtesy of MCA Records, Inc.)
Bass - Bob Babbit, Trey Thompson ''Hold On To the Night''
Drums - Barry Keane
Keyboards - Eric Robertson
Percussion - Paulinho Da Costa (Bablo Recording Artist)
Back Vocals - Julia Waters Tillman, Maxine Waters Willard (Courtesy Arista Records)
Rhythm Arrangements - Eric Robertson
String Arrangements - David Van Pitte


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