Page of Life is the fourth studio album by Jon and Vangelis. It was recorded 1986 in Athens and Rome and released in 1991 by Arista Records, and is, as of 2014, their last studio collaboration as a duo. It was initially unavailable in the United States but was later re-released by Higher Octave with the bonus track "Change We Must", but missing four other tracks and other differences.
Allmusic reviewer Jonathan Widran describes the songs on Page of Life as "amazing showcases" for Anderson's singing and Vangelis' instrumentation; the lyrics are described as "clever social commentary". Widran singles out for praise the songs "Garden of Senses", "Anyone Can Light a Candle" and "Is It Love", which he describes as "whimsical and elegant."
The Kitchener-Waterloo Record describes the album as "a thoroughly pleasant album", with the title track featuring "overblown lyrics but a gorgeous vocal and instrumental performance". The Record also praises Vangelis' guitar sound on the fifth track, "Little Guitar".
In 2013, Cherry Red Records released a remastered version of Page of Life"", along with five other Vangelis albums. It contains the same tracks as the original 1991 album plus one bonus track, "Sing With Your Eyes".