Middle Earth is the third solo studio album by Bob Catley, released by Frontiers Records in 2000. The album draws upon J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings for inspiration. The original title for the album given to the music press was Lord of the Rings.
1. The Wraith Of The Rings (7:04) 2. (i) The Fields That I Recall - (ii) Emissary - (iii) The Fields That I Recall (Reprise) (8:02) 3. City Walls (6:11) 4. Against The Wind (5:14) 5. (i) Where You Lead I'll Follow - (ii) Stormcrow And Pilgrim - (iii) Where You Lead I'll Follow (Reprise) (8:47) 6. Return Of The Mountain King (6:40) 7. The End Of Summer (Galadriel's Theme) (5:51) 8. This Gallant Band Of Manic Strangers (3:46) 9. The Fellowship (4:22)
Produced by Gary Hughes
Bob Catley - Middle Earth (2001) [Japanese Ed.]
Bob Catley - vocals Vinny Burns - guitars Gary Hughes - keyboards, backing vocals Steve McKenna - bass John Cooksey - drums