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Celebrating Tempest's first 20 Years of music, with a selection of the band's favorite moments on Magna Carta.

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released April 21, 2008

Lief Sorbye: Lead Vocals, MandoGuitar, Electric and Acoustic Mandolins,
Octave Mandolas, Harmonica, Flute, Percussion
Adolfo Lazo: Drums
Michael Mullen: Fiddle, track 2-4, 6-9,11,12, 15, 16,18;
Vocals, track 2, 4, 6, 9,11,12,16
Sue Draheim: Fiddle, track 1,10,17; Vocals, track1
Jim Hurley: Fiddle, track 5,13
Jon Berger: Fiddle, track14
James Crocker: Electric and Acoustic Guitars, track 7-9
Ronan Carroll: Guitar, track 1, 3,10,11,17; Vocals,11
Todd Evans: Guitar, track 5,13; Vocals, track 5
Dave Parnall: Guitar, track 2,12,16
Rob Wullenjohn: Guitar, track 4, 6,14,15,18; Vocals, track 4, 6,14
Damien Gonzales: Bass, track 7-9; Synthesizer, track 17; Vocals, track 9
Ariane Cap: Bass, track 3,11; Vocals, track 3
Mark Skowronek: Bass, track 1,10,17; Vocals, track 1
William Maxwell: Bass, track 5,13; Keyboards, track 13
John Land: Bass, track 2,12,16; Vocals, track 2,12,16
Jay Nania: Bass, track 4, 6,14,15,18
With special guests:
Robert Berry: Keyboards track 2, 4-6, 8-12,15-18; Vocals, track 5,14
Keith Emerson: Keyboards, track 14
Aaron Shaw: Bagpipes, track 3
Warran Casey: Tapan, track 3
Jay Atwood: Didgeridoo, track 3
Keith Jones: Snare Drum, track 3


All the material on this compilation was recorded between July

1995 and
February 2008 at Soundtek Studios in Campbell, California.
Produced and engineered by Robert Berry
Mastered by Jim Brick at Absolute Audio, New Jersey

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