|Studio album by Renaissance|
|Released||25 October 2000 (Japan)
|Studio||Astra Studio, Monks Horton, Kent, England|
|Label||EMI Music Japan
Giant Electric Pea (UK)
Tuscany is a 2001 album by progressive rock band Renaissance. After a lengthy hiatus, original members Annie Haslam, Michael Dunford, Terence Sullivan and John Tout came together to record a new album, assisted by Roy Wood; Tout was unavailable for the later sessions and was replaced by Mickey Simmonds.
Although the album led to one London date on 9 March 2001 followed by a short tour of Japan, with Haslam, Dunford, Sullivan and Simmonds augmented by Rave Tesar (keyboards) and David J. Keyes (bass, vocals), Annie Haslam subsequently announced that the band was again disbanding.
All tracks written by Michael Dunford and Annie Haslam.
|1.||"Lady from Tuscany"||6:41|
|2.||"Pearls of Wisdom"||4:25|
|5.||"In the Sunshine"||4:25|
|6.||"In My Life"||5:26|
|9.||"Life in Brazil"||3:43|
|10.||"One Thousand Roses"||7:12|
- Annie Haslam - lead and backing vocals, producer
- Michael Dunford - guitars, producer
- Terence Sullivan - drums, percussion
- Mickey Simmonds - keyboards and orchestral arrangements
- John Tout - piano and harpsicord on track 2, keyboards on track 8
- Roy Wood - bass on tracks 2 and 3, keyboards and orchestral arrangements on track 3, backing vocals on track 8, percussion on track 9, producer on tracks 5 and 9
- Alex Caird - bass guitar
- Rob Williams, David Woolgar - engineers and mixing
- David Ivory & Cheek - mastering at Sigma Sound Services, Philadelphia, PA
- Hal Jay Greene, Jim Wood - executive producers
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