The Harem Tour is a limited edition album consisting of b-sides, demos, and other rarities by classical crossover soprano Sarah Brightman. It was released in CD format only and sold at Brightman's "The Harem World Tour" events and, after the tour concluded, from her web site. No label company, catalog number or copyright warning is mentioned on the CD packaging. It is now out of print.
Track listing [ edit ]
Join Me" 4:14
Don't Give Up" 6:26
Forbidden Colours" 4:30
"Pay No Mind"
A Question of Honour" (Extended Version) 8:45
Voyage Voyage" 4:12
"Colours of the Rainbow"
"The Secret Still Remains"
"I've Seen It All"
Tracks 2, 4, and 9 have been released previously on
Gregorian Masters of Chant albums. Track 6 and 12 were released on
Schiller's album in 2003. Track 8 was released on the brown Question of Honour single in 1995.
Track 11 was released on
Sash! "S4" in 2002
Track Information [ edit ]
Kama Sutra: originally slated for the opening song of the
Harem album Join Me: cover of song originally performed by the band HIM, previously released on Gregorian's 3rd album
My Imagination: recorded during the time between
La Luna and Harem Don't Give Up: Sarah's first collaboration with Gregorian, originally performed by
Peter Gabriel and Kate Bush Forbidden Colours: unfinished song recorded during the La Luna sessions. It has since been released on Sarah's 2008 album,
Symphony, as a bonus track. The Smile: recorded with Schiller
Pay No Mind: originally meant for inclusion on
Eden A Question of Honour: extended version from the first single release
Voyage Voyage: yet another collaboration with Gregorian, originally performed by
Desireless Colours of the Rainbow: recorded during the Harem sessions
The Secret Still Remains: guest vocalist on song by the group Sash!
I've Seen It All: recorded with the group Schiller
Watermark: vocalise version of the
Enya track originally slated for release on Timeless. Enya's label threatened to put an injunction on the album if this track was included, so it was left off. 
References [ edit ]
^ Sarah Brightman – "Sound & Vision". Sarah Brightman Official Web Site. Retrieved February 12, 2008.