Beggars Opera - Waters Of Change album download
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Written-By – Park*, Griffiths*, Gardiner*
Written-By – Park*, Wilson*
|A3||I've No Idea
Written-By – Park*, Griffiths*
Written-By – Sellar*, Griffiths*, Gardiner*
Written-By – Park*, Erskine*, Griffiths*
|B2||Silver Peacock (Intro)
Written-By – Park*, Griffiths*, Scott*
Written-By – Park*, Griffiths*, Scott*
Written-By – Gardiner*, Scott*
Written-By – Griffiths*, Gardiner*, Scott*
- Bass Guitar, Flute – Marshall Erskine (tracks: B1)
- Bass, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – Gordon Sellar
- Engineer – Barry Ainsworth, Martin Birch
- Lead Guitar, Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Ricky Gardiner
- Lead Vocals, Cowbell – Martin Griffiths
- Mellotron, Vocals – Virginia Scott
- Organ, Piano – Alan Park
- Percussion – Raymond Wilson
- Producer – Martin - Coulter*
NotesLimited edition 500 copies
|6360 054||Beggars Opera||Waters Of Change (LP, Album)||Vertigo||6360 054||UK||1971|
|6360 054 L||Beggars Opera||Waters Of Change (LP, Album)||Vertigo||6360 054 L||Italy||1971|
|6360 054, 6360 054 D||Beggars Opera||Waters Of Change (LP, Album, RE, Gat)||Vertigo, Vertigo||6360 054, 6360 054 D||Germany||1972|
|6360 054, 6360 054 D||Beggars Opera||Waters Of Change (LP, Album, Gat)||Vertigo, Vertigo||6360 054, 6360 054 D||Germany||1971|
|6360 054||Beggars Opera||Waters Of Change (LP, Album, RE)||Vertigo||6360 054||Germany||Unknown|
Waters of Change is the second studio album from symphonic Prog rock band Beggars Opera. Waters of Change is a bit different compared to the debut but still has most of the characteristics of Beggars Opera. Beggars Opera does lack some better intrumental sections which involves something else that organ soloing. The production is good for the time and much better than on the debut. Waters of Change is a good symphonic prog rock album but I don�t think it�s excellent.
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By: Beggars Opera (1971, Rock). More albums from Beggars Opera: Lifeline by Beggars Opera. Pathfinder by Beggars Opera. Beggars Can’t Be Choosers by Beggars Opera. Get Your Dog Off Me by Beggars Opera. Beggars Opera Act One by Beggars Opera. Sagittary by Beggars Opera. View all albums . Waters Of Change. By: Beggars Opera (1971, Rock).
Beggars Opera were a progressive rock band from Glasgow, Scotland, formed in Glasgow in 1969 by guitarist Ricky Gardiner, vocalist Martin Griffiths, and bassist Marshall Erskine. The line-up consisted of Ricky Gardiner (guitar/vocals) (born in 1948, Edinburgh, Scotland), Alan Park (keyboards) (born 10 May 1951, Glasgow, Scotland), Martin Griffiths (vocals),(born 8 October 1949,Newcastle upon Tyne) Marshall Erskine (bass/flute) and Raymond Wilson (drums)
Act One (Beggars Opera album). Act One is the debut album of the Scottish progressive band Beggars Opera
Glasgow, Scotland, progressive rock band Beggars Opera was formed in the late 60s by Marshall Erskine (bass/flute), Ricky Gardener (guitar/vocals), Martin Griffiths (vocals/percussion), Alan Park (keyboards) and Raymond Wilson (drums). The groups grandiose ambition was to fuse classical and progressive rock elements, an accommodation they achieved but only to moderate critical and commercial interest. The album included a preposterous rendition of Classical Gas, which was eventually released as a single in its own right four years later. The group then expanded to a quintet with the addition of t Gordon Sellar (bass, guitar, vocals) for the follow-up collection, Waters Of Change.
Waters Of Change is the 1971 album by Scottish progressive rock band Beggars Opera. This was their second effort. Beggars Opera - Waters Of Change (1971). 1. Time Machine (8:08) 2. Lament (1:50) 3. I've No Idea (7:42) 4. Nimbus (3:35) 5. Festival (5:59) 6. Silver Peacock Intro (0:23) 7. Silver Peacock (6:32) 8. Impromptu (1:18) 9. The Fox (6:47).