Tempest vinyl LP album record Living In Fear New Zealand 6357227 BRONZE 1974. Tempest - Living in Fear - CD - Castle - CMACD516 - US, 1999. Tempest - Living in Fear Bonus Tracks, Rmst. After a promising yet unspectacular debut, Living In Fear, the second album from Tempest saw major changes in the line-up leaving only drummer Jon Hiseman and bassist Mark Clarke from that incarnation. Allan Holdsworth had jumped ship for Soft Machine, who he would also only stay with for one album and Vocalist Paul William's fear of flying had cost him his place in the band. One man was to replace them both, Ollie Halsall, formerly of sixties psych pop band Timebox who were to transform into the more progressive Patto.
Under the Blossom (double CD anthology). Hiseman and Clarke had played in Colosseum together and formed Tempest at the beginning of 1973. For the band's first, eponymous album (originally called Jon Hiseman's Tempest), the line-up was completed by Allan Holdsworth on guitar and Paul Williams on vocals and keyboards. Later in Tempest's brief history, they were joined by Ollie Halsall, who had played guitar with progressive rock band Patto.
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Tempest (6) – Living In Fear. Label: Bronze – TECP-25454. Series: British Progressive Rock Classics –. Format: CD, Album, Reissue.
By the time of the recording of Tempest’s second album both Holdsworth and Williams had departed. In their place came talented guitarist and keyboard player OLLIE HALSALL. Track List: ￼ 1. FUNERAL EMPIRE 2. PAPERBACK WRITER 3. STARGAZER 4. DANCE TO MY TUNE 5. LIVING IN FEAR 6. YEAH, YEAH, YEAH 7. WAITING FOR A MIRACLE 8. TURN AROUND. Bonus tracks 9. you and your love 1. ream train.
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This song is by Tempest and appears on the album Living in Fear (1974). Well I thought I was headed for the Hebrides IslandsLook at me now, here I am two miles from the Panama canalOh baby you let me downOh you let me down, yeah. Well I thought I was healthy and free from temptationI'm a long away from home and you were soSo full of competence that I let you take overOh how I let you take over. And I left it up to you, babeBut you left it up to meI don't believe in your authority.