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Rick Wakeman - 1973 - The Six Wives Of Henry VIII

Richard Christopher Wakeman is an English keyboard player, composer, and songwriter. He is known for being the keyboardist for progressive rock band Yes, as a keyboardist for Ozzy Osbourne, his solo career, and later as a contributor to the BBC Television comedy show Grumpy Old Men. He had classical piano training and was a pioneer in the use of electronic keyboards and in the use of a rock band in combination with orchestra and choir. He hosted a regular radio show on Planet Rock until December 2010. Throughout his solo career, Wakeman has produced over 100 solo albums that have sold more than 50 million copies. In November 2010, Wakeman was awarded the Spirit of Prog award at the annual Marshall Classic Rock Roll of Honour Awards. The Six Wives of Henry VIII is the debut studio album by Wakeman. Released on 23 January 1973 on A&M Records, it is an instrumental concept album based on his interpretations of the musical characteristics of the six wives of Henry VIII. Wakeman plays a variety of keyboard instruments on the record, including piano, Mini-moog synthesizer, mellotron, harpsichord and organ.

01 - Catherine Of Aragon
02 - Anne Of Cleves
03 - Catherine Howard
04 - Jane Seymour
05 - Anne Boleyn 'the Day Thou Gavest Lord Hath Ended'
06 - Catherine Parr

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