Treasure Chest Volume 3 - The Missing Half (2002)
Album Artwork
Track List
Title Length
1 Catherine Parr
2 A Road To Ruin 6' 45"
3 Catherine Howard 7' 45"
4 Anne Boleyn 5' 15"
5 Twelfth Street Rag 4' 20"
6 The Pearl and Dean Piano Concerto 4' 20"
7 e -The David Hemmings Voice Collection - Welsh 0' 40"
7 d -The David Hemmings Voice Collection - South London 0' 48"
7 c -The David Hemmings Voice Collection - Irish 0' 20"
7 b -The David Hemmings Voice Collection - West Indian 0' 37"
7 a -The David Hemmings Voice Collection - Camp 0' 31"
8 King Arthur 7' 30"
9 Guinevere 5' 55"
Artist List
Name Instrument
Catalogue
Type Cat No. Label Country
Miscellaneous Information
Originally released as part of the limited edition Treasure Chest boxed set.

Available from Voiceprint

Equipment Studio Engineering
Rick's Perspective
Notes
Wakey's Verdict
Little Known Trivia
Reviews

Christian Loebenstein on 24/05/2002 [Other reviews by Christian Loebenstein ]

The Missing Half contains the first, band performed, half of the original Journey Live debut. Besides the three wives, there's "A Road To Ruin" in which Rick plays around a couple of well known melodies, much to the delight of the audience and probably the rest of the band aswell, who seem to enjoy the Honky Tonk Piano too (and add bits of percussion here and there...). I'd like to see that on film!!! "Twelfth Street Rag" has a stunning mellotron + moog -intro before turning into the traditional rag tune it is. This is probably when the Orchestra came onstage. Some might remember the wonderful "Pearl and Dean Piano Concerto" from Private Collection. "The David Hemmings Voice Collection" is a standout! English not being my native language, I had to ask around what 'camp' was, and my younger brother told me, that it was kind of sloppy language, typical for stupid one-liners as used in the Evil Dead films starring Bruce Campbell. Anyway, we laughed our *** off, listening to this all over again!!! The rough mixes of Arthur and Guinevere at the end, made me wonder why A&M has stopped remastering their seventies back-catalogue. Music: A+ Fun factor: 1,000,000 Sound Quality: A+ On to Volume 4 then!