Treasure Chest Volume 5 - The Mixture

Treasure Chest Volume 5 - The Mixture (2002)

Track Title Length
1 No Earthly Connection 11' 40"
2 Make Me A Woman 6' 20"
3 Fool on the Hill/Eleanor Rigby 9' 15"
4 Burlington Arcade
5 Space Oddity/Life On Mars 7' 40"
6 The Jig
7 The Breathalyser 7' 5"
8 Clair de Lune 3' 45"

Treasure Chest Volume 5 - The Mixture (2002)

Artist List
Artist Name Instrument

Treasure Chest Volume 5 - The Mixture (Treasure Chest Volume 5 - The Mixture)

Type Cat No. Label Country
CD VPTCCD5 Voiceprint Worldwide

Treasure Chest Volume 5 - The Mixture (2002)

Miscellaneous Information
Originally released as part of the limited edition Treasure Chest boxed set.

Available from Voiceprint

Equipment Studio Engineering

Rick's Perspective
Wakey's Verdict
Little Known Trivia

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

The Mixture opens with a “No Earthly Connection” Medley done as a duo by Rick and Ashley Holt Very powerful. When it comes to “Make Me A Woman”, I prefer the version with Dave Paton on fretless Bass. “Fool On The Hill” has always been one of my favourite Beatles tunes, and this version, again a duo – Rick on Piano, Holt on vocal – is a fine one! Eleanor Rigby is, as we know it from Rick, all instrumental (speedy ending!) The rest of the CD is Rick and Adam with Fraser Thorneycroft-Smith, Fraser giving a fine vocal performance on “Space Oddity” – (this is Fraser, not Bowie, right??!!) and “Life on Mars”. Hearing “The Jig” live ( featuring the three of them again) is a big surprise, as is “The Breathalyser” (Adam on vocal) with the inevitable story by Rick, and a musical quote of Jimmy Webb’s “Up, up and away”. This must have been a very good show! More, please! Judging from the pictures on the inner sleeve, I hope Korg are still paying Rick... Music: A+ (again) Sound Quality: A+ (again)