Catch the Spirit – The Complete Anthology

Title Catch the Spirit – The Complete Anthology
Artist Mostly Autumn
Released
Type Compilation

Track list

Disc 1

  1. Nowhere to Hide 5:03
  2. We Come and We Go 4:41
  3. Please 5:06
  4. The Spirit of Autumn Past 4:34
  5. Evergreen 7:57
  6. The Riders of Rohan 3:33
  7. This Great Blue Pearl 3:58
  8. Noise from My Head 3:05
  9. Half the Mountain 5:17
  10. Shrinking Violet 8:47
  11. Goodbye Alone 6:53
  12. Heroes Never Die 11:14

Disc 2

  1. Overture – the Forge of Sauron 3:51
  2. The Dark Before the Dawn 4:28
  3. Prints in the Stone 3:50
  4. The Return of the King 4:26
  5. The Night Sky 9:34
  6. Winter Mountain 6:21
  7. The Last Climb 9:12
  8. Never the Rainbow 4:33
  9. Porcupine Rain 5:00
  10. The Gap is Too Wide 10:38
  11. Mother Nature 13:17

Credits

  • Andy Smith – Bass Guitar
  • Angela Goldthorpe – Flute, Recorder, and Backing Vocals
  • Bryan Josh – Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, and Tambourine
  • Heather Findlay – Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, and Tambourines
  • Iain Jennings – Keyboards, Hammond Organ, Piano, Synthesisers, and Backing Vocals
  • Jonathan Blackmore – Drums
  • Liam Davison – Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Slide Electric Guitar, and Backing Vocals

Supporting credits

  • Charlotte Gaines – Children’s Vocals (Disc 1: 10)
  • Duncan Rayson – Piano, Keyboards, and Programming
  • Geoffrey Richardson – Violin, and Viola (Disc 2)
  • Gina Dootson – Backing Vocals
  • Janine Atkinson – Backing Vocals
  • Kassie Davies – Children’s Vocals (Disc 1: 10)
  • Marc Atkinson – Backing Vocals
  • Marcus Bousefield – Violin (Disc 1)
  • Marissa Claughn – Backing Vocals
  • Mathew Foster – Backing Vocals
  • Nicola Garton – Backing Vocals
  • Nicola Garton – Children’s Vocals (Disc 1: 10)
  • Troy Donockley – Uilleann Pipes, Flute, and Whistle (Disc 2)

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