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The Forgotten Tales is a compilation album by Blind Guardian. It was published in 1996. The cover artwork was created by Andreas Marschall. 'The Forgotten Tales'" contains several cover versions of popular songs, including "Mr. Sandman", "Surfin' . and "Spread Your Wings" as well as alternate versions of the band's previous works. Remastered and re-released on 15 June 2007, with bonus tracks and videos. Mr. Sandman" (The Chordettes cover) – 2:09 (Pat Ballard).
Speaking of Queen titles, "Spread Your Wings" is easily Forgotten Tales' shining moment. Not so surprisingly, the rock & roll treatment of "Barbara Ann/Long Tall Sally" works much better than the metal-ized pop and rock covers mentioned above. The seven Blind Guardian remakes are consistently slow, earnest, and boring, so for those curious about the laid-back Blind Guardian, Forgotten Tales offers more than a little insight into the group's less serious side. Otherwise, there isn't much that will hold the interest of most prog/speed metal fans.
Blind Guardian - Follow the Blind. Blind Guardian - Battalions Of Fear. segunda-feira, 25 de setembro de 2017. Blind Guardian - The Forgotten Tales. Banda, Band: Blind Guardian. lbum, Album: The Forgotten Tales. Tipo, Type: CD (Remastered 2007).
By: Blind Guardian (1996, Rock). 4. Lord Of The Rings. 6. Spread Your Wings.
Blind Guardian : The Forgotten Tales. Melodic Power, Germany (1996 - Virgin) Узнать больше. There's only one song Left in my mind Tales of a brave man Who lived far from here Now the bard songs are over And it's time to leave No one should ask you for the name Of the one Who tells the story. Tomorrow will take us away Far from home No one will ever know our names But the bards' songs will remain Tomorrow all will be known And you're not alone So don't be afraid In the dark and cold 'Cause the bards' songs will remain They all will remain.