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Liverpool Scene - Heirloon Album

Liverpool Scene - Heirloon Album Performer: Liverpool Scene
Album: Heirloon
Country: UK
Released: 1970
Style: Poetry, Spoken Word, Comedy, Art Rock, Blues Rock
Label: RCA Victor
Genre: Rock / Audio Files / Folk & World
Catalog #: SF 8134
Size FLAC: 1050 mb.
Size MP3: 1670 mb.
Rating: 4.1/5
Votes: 121
Record Source: Vinyl, LP




Tracklist


1The Woo-Woo
2Love Is
3Mental Astronaut
4The Little Car
5Moon King
Voice – Tom Kempinski
6I'm Just A Simple Boy
7Wildwest
8Tramcar To Frankenstein
9The Boathouse
10The Morning The Sky Went Away
11Gunner From Dakar


Credits


  • Art Direction, DesignGrahame Berney, Keith Davis
  • EngineerNick Ryan, Roger Quested, Vic Gamm, Vic Maile
  • Performer [Liverpool Scene were]Adrian Henri, Andy Roberts , Bryan Dodson, Frank Garrett , Mike Evans , Mike Hart, Percy Jones, Pete Clarke
  • Photography ByBryce Attwell
  • ProducerSandy Roberton


Notes


A collection of tracks recorded by the Liverpool Scene between Sept '68 - Jan '70.
Tracks A3, A6, B1 and B3 were recorded live at Warwick University, Jan '70.
Tracks A2, A4, A7 and B2 were composed for "I Wonder", an Apollinaire Show by Adrian Henri and Michael Kustow.

Glossy orange labels.


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): ZGBS 0392
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): ZGBS 0393
  • Matrix / Runout (runout Side A, stamped): ZGBS 0392-2
  • Matrix / Runout (runout Side B, stamped): ZGBS 0393-1


Companies


  • Copyright (c) – RCA Ltd.


Album


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