Anthony Phillips - Private Parts & Pieces II: Back To The Pavilion album download
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Bass – Mike Rutherford
|A1(iv)||Amorphous, Cadaverous And Nebulous
Bass – Mike Rutherford
|A1(v)||Salmons' Last Sleepwalk||2:07|
|A4||Postlude: End Of The Season||0:32|
|B11||Von Runkel’s Yorker Music
Oboe – Rob Phillips
|B12||Will O’ The Wisp||3:30|
Flute – Mel Collins
|B14||I Saw You Today||4:34|
|B15||Back To The Pavilion||2:51|
- Record Company – Passport Records
- Marketed By – Jem Records, Inc.
- Distributed By – Jem Records, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Passport Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Passport Records, Inc.
- Published By – Hit & Run Music (Publishing) Ltd.
- Mastered At – Trident Studios
- Remastered At – Sterling Sound
- Composed By – Anthony Phillips
- Design [Cover] – Peter Cross
- Drums, Percussion – Andy McCulloch
- Edited By [Put In The Right Order] – John Reiner
- Mastered By – Ray Staff
- Photography By, Artwork [Back Cover] – Pierrot Krols*, Vic Stench
- Producer – Anthony Phillips (tracks: A1 to B6, B9, B11, B13 to B15), Anton Matthews (tracks: A1), Rupert Hine (tracks: B7, B8, B10, B12)
- Remastered By – Jack Skinner
NotesTitle is "Private Parts & Pieces II: Back To The Pavilion" on the front cover and the labels, "Private Parts And Pieces II: Back To The Pavilion" on the spine and rear cover.
Track A1 recorded at Send Barns and Olympic Studios, June 1976.
Tracks B7, B8, B10, B12 recorded at Essex Studios, the Farmyard and Trident Studios , London, Nov-Dec 1977.
The rest is recorded at Slick Sound in the North Sea on the VICAR'S mobile oil rig ten and sponsored by Ralph Bernascone Aquasports Ltd.
Put in the right order at Atmosphere Sounds. Mastered at Trident.
Published by Hit & Run Music (Publishers) Ltd.
℗ 1980 Passport Records, Inc.
Printed in U.S.A.
Yellow / Blue labels.
Sequentially listed tracks.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A hand etched): PVC - 7913 - A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B hand etched): PVC - 7913 - B
- Rights Society: BMI
|PVC 7913||Anthony Phillips||Private Parts & Pieces II: Back To The Pavilion (LP, Album, HUB)||PVC Records||PVC 7913||US||1980|
|PB 2012||Anthony Phillips||Private Parts & Pieces II: Back To The Pavilion (LP, Album)||Passport Records||PB 2012||Canada||1980|
|CDOVD 318, 216 065||Anthony Phillips||Private Parts & Pieces II: Back To The Pavilion (CD, Album, RE)||Virgin, Virgin||CDOVD 318, 216 065||UK & Europe||1991|
|VJCP-2325||Anthony Phillips||Private Parts & Pieces II: Back To The Pavilion (CD, Album)||Virgin, Virgin Japan||VJCP-2325||Japan||1990|
|BELLE 182938||Anthony Phillips||Private Parts & Pieces II "Back To The Pavilion" (CD, Album, RE, RM, SHM)||Belle Antique||BELLE 182938||Japan||2018|
Private Parts & Pieces II: Back to the Pavilion (1980). Private Parts & Pieces III: Antiques (1982). Prelude '84"/"Anthem 1984" Released: 10 July 1981. 1984 is the sixth studio album by English musician and composer Anthony Phillips, released in June 1981 on RCA Records. The album marks a change in musical style for Phillips as it is compared to most of his previous albums which focused on more folk and acoustic music. After the music had been recorded, Phillips named the album after George Orwell's.
This album is dedicated to all those who still champion the "old-fashioned" ideals of beauty, lyricism and grandeur in art against the tide of cynical intellectualism and dissonance. Any resemblance between themes in "SCOTTISH SUITE" and "HENRY" from "THE GEESE AND THE GHOST" is entirely uncoincidental. Published by Run It Music, Inc. ℗ 1980 Passport Records, Inc. Manufactured and distributed by Jem Records, In. South Plainfield, NJ Made in .
Private Parts & Pieces II: Back to the Pavilion (1980). Sides is the fourth studio album by English musician and composer Anthony Phillips. It was released in April 1979 by Arista Records in the United Kingdom and in June 1979 on Passport Records in the United States. Following the release of his second album Wise After the Event in May 1978, Phillips started work on his next record which was to be an album of all fresh material. However, the writing sessions had Phillips in doubt as to whether his re-emergence as a recording artist in 1977 was at the right time, as his progressive style of music was becoming increasingly out of fashion. Phillips also had difficulty in deciding what musical direction to undertake, and saw little value in recording more folk and romantic-oriented music which he.
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If you enjoyed the first "Private Parts & Pieces" album or "The Geese and the Ghost" then you'll undoubtedly like "Back To The Pavillion" as well. If you're looking for more of the early Genesis sound then the first 15 minutes of the album are a treat. I'll admit that I'm a big fan of Anthony Phillips' work and, to me, this is one of the absolutely essential albums. Répondre Notifiez moi 1 Helpful. Mettre à jour Référence Souche Données correctes.
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Only for completionists (0%). I like this one of the series "Private Parts and Pieces". Back To The Pavilion" is the (sub)title track. It's a piano solo, again very melodic and with a classical flavor.
The strongest of Phillips' vault raidings, made up of pieces cut during 1976 and 1977, is, at times, his most Genesis-like release in mood and texture. The centerpiece is the "Scottish Suite," an ambitious, genuinely impressive instrumental piece (adapted from Scottish and Paraguayan folk material) that, as Phillips' own notes concede, is closely related to "Henry" from The Geese and the Ghost. Phillips' work is weighted a little more toward his keyboard playing than some other releases, but he also plays plenty of electric guitar very aggressively, and with.