Unicorn's No Way Out of Here - the Anthology Now Available on Two-Disc CD from Renaissance Records

Phoenixville, PA, July 22, 2009 --(PR.com)-- The long awaited double-disc anthology by the premier UK country-rock band, Unicorn, is finally available and bursting at the seams with 39 of the band's best songs including 15 previously unreleased tracks.

This impressive two-disc anthology includes a new “best of” collection with disc one featuring such favorites as "Blue Pine Trees," “In The Gym,” "Bullseye Bill," “Electric Night” and the song made famous by David Gilmour, “No Way Out Of Here.” Disc two is full of rare tracks that make this anthology well worth checking out.

ItsAboutMusic.com/Renaissance Records president, Dean Sciarra, says, “Following the path laid by Buffalo Springfield, The Byrds, Poco, The Eagles and many other country-rock bands in the 70s, Unicorn instilled its own British flair into some pretty inspired tunes and released four albums in the UK and three in the USA on Capitol Records with the help of Pink Floyd's David Gilmour. Once heard, this band could not be ignored. The only problem in those days was that the band wasn't heard by many music fans. The ones who were lucky enough to find them, never forgot them. Today, hindsight in check, the brilliance of Unicorn is undeniable. And we at ItsAboutMusic.com will do everything we can to spread the word that Unicorn is back.”

Throughout the 1970s, Unicorn received excellent reviews from English music magazines, New Music Express and Sounds, and had none other than Rolling Stone magazine proclaiming, "Their vocals are full of honest harmonies...their instrumental work is suitably understated and tasteful, and Ken Baker's songs are uniformly catchy. This is an impressive album...."

Surprisingly, the band never received the recognition they so richly deserved despite having worked with music industry titan, Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour, who not only discovered the band, but also got them signed to Pink Floyd's management company, and produced three of their albums.

Unicorn's trajectory seemed to be leading them to superstardom when they started their recording careers by playing on a critical demo for Kate Bush, headlining a gig supported by Patti Smith, and soon after opened for Fleetwood Mac, Manfred Mann's Earthband, Climax Blues Band, the Doobie Brothers, Billy Joel, Linda Ronstadt, Styx, 10CC, Nils Lofgren, and John Entwhistle's Ox.

The anthology is dedicated to the band's much-loved and greatly-missed drummer and vocalist, Pete Perryer, who passed away in 2005.

This collection and Unicorn’s entire catalog are available at ItsAboutMusic.com and can be purchased online in MP3 & CD formats: http://www.itsaboutmusic.com/unicorn.html as well as at every download store in the world including iTunes and Amazon.com.


ItsAboutMusic.com is a music label based in suburban Philadelphia, PA and has recently added Renaissance Records, the rock re-issue label, as a sub-division of the company. They enable recording artists to maintain creative control while reaching an international audience of music fans.
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