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Rick's 70th Birthday - "Journey" at the RFH London

Unread post by parametric » Tue Jul 02, 2019 12:54 am

Hi,

I'm proud to say I am 4 rehearsals away from taking part in this:

Ricks 70th at the RFH.jpg

Sadly, I missed out on the re-recording of this (2 CD) version, but Rick seems to have done his usual excellent job.

The new tracks integrate well with the 1974 originals - and have produced a truly expansive performance.

Rick has stated that he always envisaged a longer version (As with Arthur), but at the time (1974), A&M Records

wouldn't spring for a Double-Album.

As if a double-album didn't constitute an evening's entertainment, I have it on good authority that some

pieces from the "Return to the Centre of the Earth" (1999) are planned . . . .

(the one with Patrick Stewart doing the narration). It only ever got one live performance in Canada in 2000.

I did ask Rick some while ago about a live performance of Return - and he said NOT to discount the possibility.

I hope the score will arrive soon (3 days promised) - but Guy is still working on it in contact with Rick.

A change for me too . . . . DJ and bow-tie required . . . . . :lol: (@buzzard :wink: )

1st rehearsal Tuesday Evening . . . .

I'll let you know . . . . . :whistle:

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Unread post by Saul » Tue Jul 02, 2019 4:44 am

Congrats on taking part in such a historical event Chris. I do hope this one will also be on video?
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Unread post by Buzzard » Tue Jul 02, 2019 4:37 pm

Yep, still got the suit and bow-tie, but I'm likely to be mistaken for a waiter. :lol:

I also hope there will be some clips of this event.

Well done Chris.

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Unread post by Derek » Tue Jul 02, 2019 6:32 pm

Great news. I actually like his re-recording of Journey as a studio album, but much prefer return to the centre of the earth - it just seems more cohesive to me, and Stewart's narration is exemplary
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Unread post by parametric » Wed Jul 03, 2019 1:57 am

According to "information received", there may well be 6 - 8 tracks from "Return" performed . . . . :clap:

The "Return" Choir Sessions were done at CTI Wembley (sadly flattened to make way for the new

Wembley Stadium). That Album was a joy to do.

IIRC, a customised Cubase was used with two Sony DASH recorders . . . . .

Some really good tunes on that Album . . . .

I always liked "Mr Slow" and "Never is a long long time" - which I hope is on the menu . . . .

Kick-Arse Guitar solos (shared by Trevor Rabin and Fraser Thorneycroft-Smith IIRC).

It was such a "Rocky" Track - we were all boogieing-along while we recorded it . . . .

You NEVER heard the LSO Rock like this . . . . . . :o Piccolo Trumpets and all . . . .








I LOVE the little syncopated figure you can just hear - on closed Hi-Hat, (I think?)


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Unread post by Saul » Wed Jul 03, 2019 11:12 am

I remember CTI. My then girlfriends band recorded there. I also remember there was a huge live room for orchestra? didn't the Stones and Queen record there? We were able to use it free because the singer in the band was a trainee recording engineer and was allowed to use the studio for free during any downtime. Fantastic experience :)
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Re: Rick's 70th Birthday - "Journey" at the RFH London

Unread post by parametric » Wed Jul 03, 2019 3:26 pm

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I remember CTI. My then girlfriends band recorded there. I also remember there was a huge live room for orchestra? didn't the Stones and Queen record there?
Yes indeed Saul. It was a very important Studio. Virtually every Film you can recall had it's Score recorded there -

(or at Abbey Road ;) ). I think "Return" took us 9 hrs to record . . . .

(Morning, Afternoon and Evening Session - ALL on one day . . .)
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We were able to use it free because the singer in the band was a trainee recording engineer and was allowed to use the studio for free during any downtime. Fantastic experience :)
Yeah, that used to happen back in those days . . .

I got to record my first two Songs - that way . . . .

My Bass player had a mate who worked at Molinaire Sound as a trainee - Nick Angel - same deal . . . .

He could record friends' stuff for free during downtimes - which was usually weekends . . .

Although Molinaire was primarily making ADs for Radio, they had decent Mikes, even a Piano, which I used.

Recorded on a 4-Track Studer machine, I still have the cassette copy that Nick made for me . . . .

Years later, I revisited it and remixed and expanded it with harmony vocals . . . . .

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Unread post by Saul » Wed Jul 03, 2019 6:11 pm

Shame we didn't have any photos. These days of course the whole thing would have been on Instagram, YouTube and Facebook. Also the band would have probably gone on to greater things. They were offered a deal by Geffen but only if they replaced the vocalist! This was not the sort of band that would accept a deal at any cost so they turned it down.

Had we been able to make use of social media back then, they would not have needed a record deal. There ARE some good things about social media :)
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Re: Rick's 70th Birthday - "Journey" at the RFH London

Unread post by parametric » Wed Jul 10, 2019 3:42 am

First Rehearsal Done.

Unfortunately there were not enough scores to go round, so I ended up with an old score from the

2014 UK Tour, which didn't have the more recent stuff in it (The tracks from RETURN), so I had to

share a copy with another singer . . .no BIG problem, but I like to mark up my own score . . . .

I'd forgotten how tricky some of the score is . . . . one section going from 2/4 to 5/8 alternately,

bar after bar. Some very fast lyrics I'd forgotten in "Never is a long long time" will need going over

and memorising to stand any chance of delivering them correctly. . .

Otherwise, I'd remembered more than I thought - so I await a .pdf of the final Full Version.

Thursday and Friday Rehearsals will be with Rick and the Band certainly (not sure about the Orchestra).

I'm NOT looking forward to the possible Parking problems at this venue . . . . .

If I can't park, I won't be attending. I DON'T need that sh1t to worry about as well as getting the

notes right!

I reckon, due to cost, the Orchestra will only be at the RFH Saturday afternoon Full Stage Rehearsal -

(2pm - 5pm), before the Evening show, and then on Sunday for the evening (Final) show.

Oh, nearly forgot . . . . Robert (Jesus of Nazareth) Powell is doing the Narration for "Journey".

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Unread post by parametric » Fri Jul 12, 2019 3:10 am

Quick update as it's late . . . . Rehearsal 2 of a possible 5 . . . . .

I have some pics but will post them after the weekend when it's all over . . .

Parking was no problem for this 2nd rehearsal. (Y)

Full Scores arrived half way through - so FINALLY I have my own copy to mark up . . .

Introduced myself to Adam Wakeman who was sitting outside having a coffee when I arrived . . .Very nice young man who was astonished to learn that I recorded the Arthur Album with "his Dad" back in '75. We talked about Music, Studios (He has just built his own at his home, in the garden) - and the problems of gigging the Hammond . . .

Rehearsal went well - its definitely coming to together . . . .Rick seemed pleased at the end and thanked us all for our efforts . . . .

I've decided I NEED to attend both tomorrow (11:00 - 14:00, and 15:00 - 18:00) so will try - parking permitting . . .

I met and chatted to Robert Powell briefly, and afterwards at the Pub - I had a long conversation with Tony Fernandez, about Music, Drumming, and life working with Rick . . . .

I met Ashley Holt's Missus, Michaela and had a catch-up. She remembered me from the Oxford Street run-up session for Arthur at the O2 back in 2016 . . . .

Interesting chat with Haley Sanderson . . . . . We talked about vocal range . . . I commented on the range she has to deal with in the score . . . from the low G (below middle C) in "Quarternary Man" to the high A at the end of "Mount Etna" . . . She manages it WELL . . .

More later - as I've a relatively early start each day now until Sunday Night is done and dusted . . . .

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Unread post by Derek » Fri Jul 12, 2019 1:01 pm

Great report.

Has Rick referred to Hayley as “Miss Strictly” yet? She has a mighty fine voice.
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Unread post by parametric » Sat Jul 13, 2019 12:32 am

Rehearsals 3 and 4 went off fine . . .

@Derek - didn't hear Rick refer to "Miss Strictly" . . . . ;)

Everybody is getting comfortable with the Score, the running order and the Cues and there are lots . . .

Special Guest Vocalist Alfie Boe has yet to appear - so I guess he knows the Music Well?

Annoyingly in the Choir Score, Verse 1 and chorus 1 are NOT followed by subsequent verse/choruses of "The Battle" Track. - these appear many pages later, and as the score is both-sides printed - I cannot re-order the pages, so will have to mark these with post-it notes . . . .

Annoying, but do-able . . .

Rick seemed in fine form - playing ALL his keyboard parts LIVE at these rehearsals. Especially effective the White/Pink Noise effects for the Wind in one scene - tweaking the filters, live . . . .

The Keyboard Rig has The FantomX and Kronos central, with the Hammond SK1 and various others that I can't remember ATM . . . and of course the pair of minimoogs . . . . There was also a GEM board I saw and the StudioLogic "Sledge" . . . . . Rick's keyboard Tech. mentioned this was recent addition . . . .

I asked a few of the Orchestral players, how they found Ricks Music . . . . consensus seemed to be "Challenging in places, but good fun to play" . . . .

Choir Gents were seated right next to the Percussion section - so had a real close-up of some excellent Marimba and tubular bells playing . . . . Those guys really earn their living - and THOSE (single instance) instruments have NOWHERE to hide if you don't get it right . . . . Same with the Lady Harpist . . . .
If you miss a cue then there ain't gonna be a Harp - and EVERYONE will notice - now THAT'S Pressure!

Job done, Rick thanked us all and so - Off to the Pub . . . .

Sat with Ashley and his Missus and Tony Fernandez again . . . . Lots of laughs and recollections . . . .

Full stage rehearsal Saturday 14:00 - 17:00 . . . . . . . Show at 19:30

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Unread post by Derek » Sat Jul 13, 2019 8:26 am

parametric wrote:
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Rehearsals 3 and 4 went off fine . . .

@Derek - didn't hear Rick refer to "Miss Strictly" . . . . ;)
In that case, perhaps i'd better point out that one of her former gigs was in Strictly Come Dancing's house band, hence Rick's nickname for her. :)
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Unread post by parametric » Sun Jul 14, 2019 2:59 pm

Saturday's performance was a blast! Standing ovation at the end . . . .

Here's Rick, talking about it: (Much more to the point that anything I could have done :roll: )





And here's an intro to the members of the English Rock Ensemble (Rick's Band for the Show)






P.S. @Derek - Miss "Strictly" is back . . . :lol: Rick's brand of humour is WELL on display here, and nicely

passed on (if that's the right expression) to Adam . . . .

There are already some YT Vids of the show . . . .Audio is not great, but gives an idea . . .

(If anyone is interested, I can be seen, last on the Right in the Choir . . .)

I'll post more later, but got to get ready for tonight's Performance . . . :D

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