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Heaven & Earth ‎– Refuge. Label: Lion Productions ‎– LION 652, Ovation Records ‎– OVQD/1428. Recorded October - November 1972 Tracks 13 & 14 taken from Home For Christmas, OV/1038. Index tracks are as printed on obi-strip.

Tracklist: 1. Jenny, 2. Voice In The Wind, 3. To A Flame, 4. Tomorrow Is A Long Time, 5. Refuge, 6. Sixty Years On, 7. Song For Craig, 8. Tell Me How To Know You, 9. A Light Is Shining, 10. Feel The Spirit. 2. Voice In The Wind. 4. Tomorrow Is A Long Time. 6. Sixty Years On. 7. Song For Craig.

Album by Heaven & Earth. Tell Me How to Know You. A Light Is Shining.

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Refuge (Jo D. Andrews, Pat Gefell) - 2:38 06. Sixty Years On (Elton John, Bernie Taupin) - 3:50 07. Song For Craig (Pat Gefell) - 2:51 08.

Heaven and Earth is the 13th studio album by Al Jarreau. It was produced by Narada Michael Walden and Louis Biancaniello. The album won Jarreau the Grammy Award for Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male in 1993. Essentially a collection of R&B songs produced with the artist's jazz and pop sensibilities in mind, Heaven and Earth contains a two-part cover of the Miles Davis tune "Blue in Green," from Davis's Kind of Blue, that demonstrates Jarreau's considerable prowess as a vocal interpreter and scat singer.

Heaven & Earth is the twenty-first studio album from the English progressive rock band Yes, released on 16 July 2014 on Frontiers Records. It is their first album with singer Jon Davison in the band's line-up, and the final studio album to feature original bassist and founder Chris Squire before his death in 2015. It was produced by Roy Thomas Baker, who first worked with the band on recording sessions in 1979, and mixed by then-former and now-current member Billy Sherwood.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Jenny
Written By – Jo D. Andrews, Pat Gefell
2 Voice In The Wind
Written By – Pat Gefell
3 To A Flame
Written By – Stephen Stills
4 Tomorrow Is A Long Time
Written By – Bob Dylan
5 Refuge
Written By – Jo D. Andrews, Pat Gefell
6 Sixty Years On
Written By – Bernie Taupin, Elton John
7 Song For Craig
Written By – Pat Gefell
8 Tell Me How To Know You
Written By – Jo D. Andrews, Pat Gefell
9 A Light Is Shining
Written By – Charles Chittenden, Jo D. Andrews
10 Feel The Spirit
Written By – Jo D. Andrews, Pat Gefell


  • Drums – Don Simmons*
  • Flute – Arthur Lauer
  • Guitar – Charles Chittenden, Pat Gefell, Phil Upchurch, Ron Steele
  • Percussion – Bobby Christian
  • Piano – Jorge Dalto
  • Producer – Dick Schory, George Andrews
  • Strings – Fred Spector, Jerry Sabransky, Joseph Sciacchitano, Samuel Magad, William Schoen
  • Violin – Joseph Golan
  • Vocals – Jo D. Andrews

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
OVQD/1428 Heaven & Earth Refuge ‎(LP, Album, Quad) Ovation Records OVQD/1428 US 1973
LION 652, OVQD/1428 Heaven & Earth Refuge ‎(CD, Album, Dlx, Ltd, RE) Lion Productions, Ovation Records LION 652, OVQD/1428 US 2011
OVQD/1428 Heaven & Earth Refuge ‎(LP, Album, MP) Ovation Records OVQD/1428 US 1973
OVQD/14-28 Heaven & Earth Refuge ‎(LP, Album, Quad, Promo) Ovation Records OVQD/14-28 US 1973
SHO 8448 Heaven & Earth Refuge ‎(LP, Album) London Records, Ovation Records SHO 8448 UK 1973