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    Lighthouse ~ 1971 ~ One Fine Morning
    genre: jazz
    country: canada
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 57'42" size: 391 mb
    misc.: 1993
     
     
    1. Love Of A Woman (5:52)
    2. Little Kind Words (4:15)
    3. Old Man (5:35)
    4. Sing Sing Sing (3:22)
    5. 1849 (6:12)
    6. One Fine Morning (5:14)
    7. Hats Off (To The Stranger) (3:37)
    8. Show Me The Way (2:25)
    9. Step Out On The Sea (5:04)
    10. Sweet Lullaby (4:56)
    bonus:
    11. One fine morning (Single edit) (3:21)
    12. Take it slow (out in the country) (3:05)
    13. Sweet lullaby (single edit) (4:04)
     
    Dick Armin / Cello 
    Ralph Cole / Guitar, Vocals 
    Don Dinovo / Viola 
    Paul Hoffert / Keyboards 
    Keith Jollimore / Vocals, Wind 
    Bobby McBride / Percussion, Vocals 
    Pete Pantaluk / Trumpet 
    Skip Prokop / Guitar, Drums, Vocals 
    Howard Shore / Saxophone 
    Larry Smith / Trombone, Vocals 
    Louis Yacknin / Bass
     
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    Lift ~ 1976 ~ Caverns of Your Brain
    genre: sympho prog
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, cover)
    time: 37'18" size: 252 mb
     
    Views: 1796 | Date: 05.12.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (1)


    Libra ~ 1977 ~ Schock
    genre: prog
    country: italy
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    size:  250 mb
     
    1. The Shock (4:07) 
    2. L'Altalena Rossa (1:28) 
    3a. Transfert I (1:31) 
    -b. Hypnos (1:57) 
    -c. Transfert II (1:20) 
    4. La Baia (2:18) 
    5a. La Cantina (1:55) 
    -b. The Shock (reprise) (1:07) 
    6a. Tema Di Marco (1:05) 
    -b. Tema Di Marco II (2:31) 
    7. L'Incubo (3:33) 
    8. Transfert III (1:34) 
    9. Il Fantasma Suona Il Piano (1:56) 
    10a. Transfert IV (3:10) 
    -b. Tema Di Marco II (reprise) (0:54)
    bonus:
    11. "Il fantasma suona il piano (alternate)" 2:51
    12. "The shock (alternate)" 1:43
    13. "Tema di Marco (alternate)" 1:42
    14. "Transfer IV (alternate)" 2:55
     
    Sandro Centofanti / keyboards
    Maurizio Guarini / keyboards
    Carlo Pennisi / guitar
    Dino Cappa / bass
    Walter Martino / drums, percussion
     
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    Les Fleurs de Pavot ~ 1968 ~ Les Fleurs de Pavot
    genre: psych
    country: france
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 36'31" size: 192 mb
     
    Scented Gardens of Mind:
    A mythical record from a quartet incorporating members from four different countries (France, USA, Spain and England). Along with Dickens, this is one of the very few "French" psychedelic albums, with a sound reminiscent of American psychedelic groups such as Blues Magoos. The French guitar player Jean Pierre Castelain later made a mediocre solo album.
     
    01. "Super Girl" 2:06
    02. "La Caresse Du Fleuve" 3:56
    03. "Psycha Bourree" 2:22
    04. "Le Marchand D'Amitie" 2:34
    05. "La Force Fait L'Union" 2:01
    06. "A Degager" 2:57
    07. "Dites-Le Avec Des Fleurs De Pavot" 2:06
    08. "Pourquoi L'Amour A Deux" 3:00
    09. "Les Petits Cochons L'Ont Mange" 3:38
    10. "Hippies Nous Voila" 2:34
    11. "La Puissance Des Tenebres" 2:24
    12. "Le Rateau De La Meduse" 6:53
     
    Jean-Pierre Castelain - guitar
    Jack Haslehurst - organ
    Pat Parker - bass
    Joлl Parmentier - drums
     
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    Mike McGear ~ 1974 ~ McGear (with Paul Mccartney $ the Wings)
     
    genre: rock
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans, 302 mb)
    time: 43'33"
     
    Tapestry of Delights:
    These were solo ventures for McGear, who was originally in Scaffold and later in Grimms. He also recorded an album with fellow Liverpudlian and poet Roger McGoughMcGear was Paul McCartney's younger brother. His second album features McCartney in a songwriting/producing capacity.
     
    "Sea Breezes" (Bryan Ferry) -4:52
    "What Do We Really Know?" (McCartney) -3:28
    "Norton" -2:35
    "Leave It" (McCartney) -3:44
    "Have You Got Problems?" -6:16
    "The Casket" (McCartney/Roger McGough) -4:19
    "Rainbow Lady" -3:26
    "Simply Love You" -2:47
    "Givin' Grease A Ride" -5:35
    "The Man Who Found God On The Moon" -6:26
     
    All songs by Mike McGear & Paul McCartney, except where noted.
     
    Mike McGear: Vocals.
    Paul McCartney: Bass, guitars, keyboards, vocals.
    Linda McCartney: Moog, piano, vocals
    Denny Laine: Electric guitars, vocals.
    Jimmy McCulloch: Electric guitars.
    Gerry Conway: Drums, percussion.
    Denny Seiwell: Drums, percussion (on "Leave It").
    Brian Jones: Saxophones.
    Tony Coe: Saxophones (on "Leave It").
    Paddy Moloney: Aeolian pipes (on "The Casket").
    The Halle Orchestra, arranged & conducted by Gerry Allison.
     
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    Paul & Linda McCartney ~ 1971 ~ Ram
    genre: psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans, size: 289 mb)
    time: 51'44"
     
    Side One
    1. "Too Many People"   Paul McCartney 4:10
    2. "3 Legs"   Paul McCartney 2:44
    3. "Ram On"   Paul McCartney 2:26
    4. "Dear Boy"   2:12
    5. "Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey"   4:49
    6. "Smile Away"   Paul McCartney 3:51
    Side Two
    1. "Heart of the Country"   2:21
    2. "Monkberry Moon Delight"   5:21
    3. "Eat at Home"   3:18
    4. "Long Haired Lady"   5:54
    5. "Ram On (Reprise)"   Paul McCartney 0:52
    6. "The Back Seat of My Car"   Paul McCartney 4:26
    Bonus tracks:
    1. "Another Day"   3:41
    2. "Oh Woman, Oh Why"   Paul McCartney 4:36
     
    All songs written and composed by Paul and Linda McCartney, except where noted.
     
    Denny Seiwell was recruited for drums, David Spinozza and Hugh McCracken were tapped for guitar duties, and Marvin Stamm was featured on flugelhorn on "Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey".
     
     
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    Maxwell's Demon ~ 2001 ~ Prometheus
    genre: heavy prog
    country: us
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, cover)
    time: 38'41" size: 234 mb
     
    ProgArchives:
    MAXWELL'S DEMON, first known as THE ARZAMAS PROJECT, began as a collaboration between John Galbraith and Craig Beebe, two electrical engineering graduate students at the University of Arizona. Once they acquired a drummer, Christine Scheer, they began writing and rehearsing 10 -20 minute non-tonal, instrumental epics, in the vein of KING CRIMSON and ANGLAGARD. Attempts were made to record these, but the results were not ready for prime time. Christine was dropped and Craig moved to Chicago after graduating. John and Craig kept the band going however, by recording their first album "Prometheus" with Dow Draper on drums.
    They are about to begin recording their second album, "Diablo".
    "Prometheus" was very well received by those in the prog community who discovered it, even making one reviewer's top 10 list of prog albums from 2001. It is one continuous track, lasting approximately 39 minutes, that aurally tells the story of Ayn Rand's short story "Anthem". It is instrumental, non-tonal, melodic yet highly complex, and has fantastic production. It was a strictly analog recording and mix, with all analog synths, a real B3 organ and Mellotron. "Diablo" is shaping up to be an even bigger album, so be prepared!
    Highly Recommended for the adventurous listener. ~ Craig Beebe, USA
     
    01. "Prometheus" 38:41
     
    John Galbraith / guitar
    Craig Beebe / keyboards
    Dow Draper / drums
     
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    Maximillian ~ 1969 ~ Maximillian
    genre: psych soul
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 31'41" size: 212 mb
     
    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    From New York, produced and arranged by Teddy Vann, this is an album which gets a mixed response from collectors. Some like it, claiming that it's Hendrix inspired psyche soul rock here, on tracks like Rat Race or Kickin' 9 to 5, deserve to be heard. Others hate it, citing awful vocals and weak material.
    Featuring a trio plus anonymous drums and occasional organ and violin, the album came housed in a gatefold sleeve with pictures of the trio being crucified on flower crosses and various religious symbols. The liner notes explained that "Golgotha music was one of the few surviving vestiges of truth. Its prophets of love and truth such as BB King, Bob Dylan, Donovan, Aretha Franklin, Arlo Guthrie and Joan Baez sang the psalms of time. The crucifixion of the social heroes of the day, Martin Luther King, John and Robert Kennedy, has made even bigger demands on the importance and value of music, thus creating new prophets of love and truth".
    It is rare and therefore sought-after by some collectors, though others advise to avoid it at all costs. ~ (Clark Faville/Stephane Rebeschini)
     
    Views: 1555 | Date: 05.12.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (1)


    Ian Matthews ~ 1973 ~ Valley Hi
    genre: country, folk
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 35'58" size: 214 mb
     
    Tapestry of Delights:
    Matthews was born in Lincolnshire in 1946. His first group was the short-lived London-based vocal harmony outfit, The Pyramid, in 1966. Between 1967-69, he was Fairport Convention's lead vocalist. When he left them in January 1969 he formed his own band, Matthews Southern Comfort. When he left them at the end of 1970, he embarked on a solo career which has never equalled his considerable talent in terms of success.
    He signed to Vertigo, releasing If You Saw Thru My Eyes, a highly regarded album on which he was assisted by several former Fairport Convention members.
    His next Vertigo album, Tigers Will Survive, crept into the US Charts, peaking at No 196. He also had a minor hit over there with his cover of The Crystals' Da Doo Ron Ron.
    In 1972 he formed Plainsong, which proved to be a short-lived venture. When they split Matthews relocated to LA, teaming up with ex-Monkee Mike Nesmith, who produced his next solo album, Valley Hi. It reached No 181 in the US in 1973 where he formed a new support band to help promote it on tour as support to America. The following year, he put together a new touring band Ian Matthews and Another Fine Mess, which toured extensively in the US, where his next Elektra album failed to chart.
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    the Masters Of Deceit ~ 1969 ~ Hensley’s Electric Jazz Band & Synthetic Symphonette
    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 39'48" size: 247 mb
     
    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    The album may interest fans of acid psychedelia with a strong jazzy haze. The group originated from Indianapolis and was fronted by Tom Hensley, an excellent keyboard player who would become a sought-after studio musician during the seventies, working with Leonard Cohen, Hall & Oates and David Blue to name but a few.
    Their sole record features some fine guitar work, particularly on Boxes and Long Hard Journey but suffers somewhat from rather weak vocals. Hensley was aware of this problem, as he mentioned in the long, rather intellectual and often funny liner notes that "I was never able to work out the trick of singing as if I were black. So I compromised. I try to sound like a Jewish singer. I haven't done too well on that one either. So we like to think of ourselves as primarily a playing group."
    An acetate recorded at Ultra Sound Studios in NY with some non LP tracks has recently resurfaced. ~ (Vernon Joynson/Stephane Rebeschini)
     
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    Dave Mason ~ 1970 ~ Alone Together
    genre: rock
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 35'04" size: 200 mb
     
    Ex-Traffic member: Wiki
     
    "Only You Know and I Know" - 4:05
    "Can't Stop Worrying, Can't Stop Loving" - 3:02
    "Waitin' On You" - 3:05
    "Shouldn't Have Took More Than You Gave" - 6:00
    "World in Changes" - 4:30
    "Sad and Deep as You" - 3:35
    "Just a Song" - 2:59
    "Look at You Look at Me" (Mason, Jim Capaldi) - 7:22
     
    All tracks composed by Dave Mason, except where indicated
     
    Dave Mason - guitar, vocals
    Delaney Bramlett - guitar, vocals
    Bonnie Bramlett - vocals
    Leon Russell - keyboards
    Carl Radle - bass
    Chris Ethridge - bass
    Larry Knechtel - bass
    Jim Capaldi - drums
    Jim Gordon - drums
    Jim Keltner - drums
    Michael DeTemple - guitar
    Eric Clapton - guitar
    Don Preston - keyboards
    John Simon - keyboards
    John Barbata - drums
    Rita Coolidge - vocals
    Mike Coolidge - vocals
    Claudia Lennear - vocals
    Lou Cooper - vocals
    Bob Norwood - vocals
    Jack Storti - vocals
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    Mashmakhan ~ 1970 ~ Mashmakhan + 1971 ~ The Family
    genre: prog folk related
    country: canada
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:14'43" size: 476 mb
     
    Dreams Fantasies & Nightmares:
    These four started out as long ago as 1960 when they backed a Montreal R'n'B singer. By 1965 they were playing together in Triangle - who backed R'n'B singer Trevor Payne.
    At the end of the decade they split from Payne striking out on their own under the new name of Mashmakhan, taken from the name of a Montreal dealer. An alternative explanation is that the band is named after a plant that grows in Bermuda called "match-me-if-you-can". Their debut 45, As The Years Go By, was not only a Canadian hit but also an international smash. Indeed in Japan it became the third largest selling record by a foreign artist. In the U.S.A. it got to No. 31. They never equalled these feats with their subsequent efforts but did enjoy four more Canadian hits.
    As The Years Go By is one of the stand out tracks on their first album with its good keyboard intro and story song lyrics. Days When We Are Free, their follow-up 45 is on the album too. It's a melodic pop/rock composition with lots of fuzzy guitar and was included on Bam-Caruso's Rubble 8. The final cut, Letter From Zambia and Gladwin are both notable for some pleasant flute/percussion interplay.
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    the Marmalade ~ 1970 ~ Reflections of The Marmalade
    genre: beat
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape separate, scans, size: 417 mb)
    time: 1:13'21"
     
    01 - Super Clean Jean 3:31
    02 - Carolina On My Mind 3:01
    03 - I'll Be Home (In A Day Or So) 3:01
    04 - And Yours Is A Piece Of Mine 3:02
    05 - Some Other Guy 3:55
    06 - Kaleidoscope 4:07
    07 - Dear John 2:48
    08 - Fight Say The Mighty 4:31
    09 - Reflections Of My Life 4:16
    10 - Life Is 1:52
    bonus:
    11 - Rollin' My Thing 4:55
    12 - Rainbow 3:20
    13 - The Ballad Of Cherry Flour 3:18
    14 - My Little One 3:20
    15 - Is Your Life Your Own 5:43
    16 - Stay With Me Baby 4:04
    17 - Can You Help Me 8:35
    18 - Some Fine Day 2:38
    19 - Evenings Shadows 3:24
     
    JUNIOR CAMPBELL lead gtr
    PAR FAIRLIE gtr
    DEAN FORD lead vcls
    GRAHAM KNIGHT bs
    ALAN WHITEHEAD drms
     
    also:
     
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    Man ~ 2000 ~ Endangered Species
    genre: prog related
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 58'06" size: 364 mb
     
    "Conflict of Interest" (Ace, Jones, Leonard, Ryan) – 7:54
    "Stuck Behind the Popemobile" (Ace, Jones, Leonard, Ryan) – 7:33
    "Saints and Sinners" (Ace, Jones, Leonard, Ryan) – 6:52
    "Face to Face" (Ace, Jones, Leonard, Ryan) – 9:28
    "Hangin' On" (Ace, Jones, Leonard, Ryan) – 6:03
    "Tie up the Wind" (Ace, Jones, Leonard, Ryan) – 6:14
    "Victim of Love" (Ace, Jones, Leonard, Ryan) – 5:41
    "Love Isn't Love" (Ace, Jones, Leonard, Ryan) – 8:19
     
    Martin Ace – bass, vocals
    Micky Jones – guitar, vocals
    Deke Leonard – guitar, piano, vocals
    Bob Richards – drums
    Phil Ryan – organ, synthesizer, piano, vocals
    +
    Dave Charles – maracas, tambourine, producer, engineer, shaker
     
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    Mainhorse ~ 1971 ~ Mainhors
    genre: sympho prog
    country: switzerland
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 43'43" size: 275 mb
     
    ProgArchives:
    The history of MAINHORSE started in '68 but unfortunately, it's not very well documented. The prime mover was Patrick MORAZ, a very talented, Swiss born keyboardplayer. Other members of MAINHORSE were Peter Lockett (lead guitar, violin and vocals), Jean Ristori (bass, cello and vocals) and Bryson Graham (drums and percussion). In 1970 the band signed a contract with Polydor, a year later their eponymous debut-album was released. It remained unnoticed and when success failed MAINHORSE disbanded soon. Drummer Bryson Graham went to play with GARY WRIGHT and SPOOKY TOOTH. In '74 Patrick MORAZ founded REFUGEE and replaced RICK WAKEMAN in YES and in The Eighties he joined THE MOODY BLUES.
    The album "Mainhorse" opens with (how original) the song "Introduction": fluent 'heavy progressive' with floods of Hammond organ and fiery electric guitarplay, the sound has echoes from ATOMIC ROOSTER, THE NICE and early DEEP PURPLE. The following "Passing Years" is a slow, bluesy like song with mellow organ and a bit melancholic vocals. Then again 'heavy prog' with swirling organ and biting electric guitar in "Such a beautiful day", the climate evokes THE NICE and QUATERMASS. In "Pale sky" a wailing violin and howling electric guitar colour a bluesy atmosphere, topped by strong Hammond play and dynamic drums. This song features halfway a jam with violin, guitars, electric piano, experimental sounds and a hypnotizing rhythm-section, to end with a sensitive electric guitarsolo and loads of Hammond. Next is "Basia", an up-tempo and catchy song with strong organ - and electric guitarplay, a pumping bass and cheerful vocals, halfway MAINHORSE surprises with a swinging electric pianosolo. The track "More tea vicar" contains subtle changes of rhythm, from soft jazzy to fluent heavy prog with a classical sounding organ (like EKSEPTION), assorted percussion like glockenspiel and fiery electric guitar. The final composition "God" (almost 10 minutes) is the most alternating and dynamic one with many changes of climate with Patrick MORAZ on organ and the 'Klavio-synthesizer' and strong electric guitarwork, it sounds like a blend of THE NICE and ATOMIC ROOSTER. In my opinion this album deserves a second change, it's not very original but sounds powerful and exciting with good compositions. And, most important, this album contains the first impressive steps from Patrick MORAZ as a keyboard-wizard. ~ Erik Neuteboom, The NETHERLANDS
     
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    Magma ~ 1999 ~ BBC 1974 - Londres
    genre: zeuhl
    country: france
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 57'30" size: 346 mb
     
    01. "Theusz Hamtaahk" 30:04
    02. "Köhntarkösz" 27:26
     
    Klaus Blasquiz / vocals, percussion 
    Claude Olmos / guitar 
    Michel Graillier / Fender piano, keyboards 
    Gerard Bikialo / Fender piano 
    Jannik Top / bass 
    Christian Vander / drums, vocals
     
    also:
     
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    Madder Lake ~ 1974 ~ Butterfly Farm
    genre: prog related
    country: australia
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, cover)
    time: 51'11" size: 327 mb
     
    Dreams Fantasies and Nightmares:
    A Melbourne band, who formed in 1971 and lasted until 1978. They played inventive progressive rock, which was full of great guitar work and complex arrangements, though weak vocally.
    Their debut album Stillpoint was adventurous and owed its unique sound to Mick Fettes' unique vocals, John McKinnon's sparse keyboards and the blues tinged guitar playing of Brendon Mason. Highlights include the eight minute moody opening cut Salmon Song, the funky 12 Lb Toothbrush and Goodbye Lollipop, a neat balance of commercial pop and progressive rock. The two last-mentioned tracks were also released as singles, though in the case of 12 Lb Toothbrush, the six minute album version was re-recorded down to four minutes.
    As Ian McFarlane pointed out in 'Freedom Train', their second album, Butterfly Farm, may well have been technically superior to their debut but lacked the band's infectious live dynamism. It was full of tightly-structured songs like the boogie-ish Back Seat Song, the heavy progressive One Star And The Moon and Ride On Fast and the spacey Mothership and the musicianship was difficult to fault. It sold quite well but the two singles culled from it failed to chart. Even It's All In Your Head, which was specifically tailored for radio audiences, missed out and when their contract with Mushroom expired at the end of 1974 it wasn't renewed by mutual consent.
    They commenced work on a new concept album based around Aldous Huxley's Brave New World with conductor David Meecham. Unfortunately for them, due to financial constraints and other commitments on Meecham's time, it ended up getting shelved. Still they soldiered on beyond the timespan of this book. Fettes left in 1975, issuing an album with his new band Bandicoot in 1976 on the Rainbird label.
    They re-formed briefly in 1983. ~  (Vernon Joynson/Ian McFarlane)
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    Middle Of The Road ~ 1971 ~ Acceleration
    genre: bubblegum
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape separate, scans, size: 250 mb)
    time: 36'52"
     
    01. Sacramento (A Wonderful Town) (Harold Stott, Mario Capuano, Giosy Capuano) - 2:53
    02. On This Land (Harold Stott, Mario Capuano, Giosy Capuano) - 3:45
    03. Queen Bee (Harold Stott, Mario Capuano, Giosy Capuano) - 2:52
    04. Love Sweet Love (Ian McCredie, Mario Capuano, Giosy Capuano) - 3:30
    05. (Harold Stott, Mario Capuano, Giosy Capuano) - 3:10
    06. Soley, Soley (Fernando Arbex) - 3:02
    07. The Talk Of All The U.S.A. (Harold Stott, Mario Capuano, Giosy Capuano) - 3:09
    08. Louise (My Little Ship) (Harold Stott, Mario Capuano, Giosy Capuano) - 3:27
    09. Samson And Delilah (Harold Stott, Mario Capuano, Giosy Capuano) - 3:01
    10. Try A Little Understanding (Ian McCredie, Mario Capuano, Giosy Capuano) - 3:21
    11. Medicine Woman (Harold Stott, Mario Capuano, Giosy Capuano) - 3:27
     
    Sally Carr (Sarah Cecilia Carr) - lead female vocals (ocassionally percussion)
    Ian Campbell Lewis - vocal, guitar, flute, bagpipes
    Eric Campbell Lewis - vocal, bass, guitar, violin, keyboard, bagpipes
    Ken Andrew (Kenneth Ballentyne Andrew) - vocal, drums, keyboard, vibraphone
     
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