The Reels - Beautiful album download
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|1||This Guy's In Love (With You)
Written-By – Bacharach-David*
|2||Where Is The Love?
Written-By – MacDonald*, Salter*
Written-By – Trenet*
Written-By – Fidock*
|5||Last Night (I Couldn't Get To Sleep)
Written-By – McAuley*
Written-By – Porter*
Vocals [Female Vocal] – Barbara FongWritten-By – Electric & Musical Industries Ltd.
|9||Science Is Golden
Harmonica – Horrie Dargie
|10||He'll Have To Go
Written-By – Allison*, Allison*
|11||The Last Waltz
Written-By – Mason*, Reed*
Written-By – Hooper*, Mason*
- Licensed From – RCA Limited
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Dindisc Ltd.
- Pressed By – Disctronics B
- Acoustic Guitar [Accoustic Guitar] – Kirk L'Orange* (tracks: 3, 7)
- Artwork – Tim Hevey
- Engineer [Assistant Engineer] – David Hemming
- Executive-Producer – Peter Plavsic
- Flugelhorn – Eddie Quansah (tracks: 1, 3)
- Horns – Ralf White* (tracks: 1, 11)
- Mastered By – DB*
- Photography By – Steve Kane
- Producer, Engineer – B. C. Brown*
- Programmed By [Computer Programming] – Craig Hooper
- Steel Guitar [Pedal Steel] – Kenny Kitchin* (tracks: 3, 6, 10)
- Written-By – Mason* (tracks: 4, 6, 8, 12)
Notes℗ 1982 RCA Limited.
Manufactured And Distributed By BMG/ARISTA/ARIOLA LIMITED In Australia
First CD pressing of the Album
|NA 616||The Reels||Beautiful (LP, Album, Ltd)||K-Tel||NA 616||Australia||1982|
|VAK1 0413||The Reels||Beautiful (Cass, Album, RE)||RCA International||VAK1 0413||Australia||1985|
|LMCD0205||The Reels||Beautiful (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Liberation Music||LMCD0205||Australia & New Zealand||2012|
|VAL1 0413||The Reels||Beautiful (LP, Album, MP, RE)||RCA International||VAL1 0413||Australia & New Zealand||1985|
|VAL1 0413||The Reels||Beautiful (LP, Album, RE)||RCA International||VAL1 0413||Australia & New Zealand||1985|
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Perhaps this helps to explain the Reels, whose musical direction has been erratic, however brilliant. Based around Dave Mason (vocals) and Colin ‘Polly’ Newman (keyboards/saxophone) with Paul Abrahams (bass), John Bliss (drums) and Craig Hooper (guitar), the band was the first to utilize backing tapes, organize a national tour by train and to do a show based solely on requests, gathered by the band before the show. The band began as a quirky post new wave outfit achieving notice with the single and album ‘Quasimodo’s Dream’ which remains their outstanding song