8 thoughts on “ Bleak House - Anthony Phillips - Sides (CD, Album)

  1. Track is the B side of the single "Um & Aargh", released April The original 7" version of "Um & Aargh" appears as Track Presented in a clamshell box with 4 mini-LP sleeves, 20 pages booklet and foldout poster/5(6).
  2. Track is the B side of the single "Um & Aargh", released April Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode: 6 /5(6).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Sides on Discogs. Label: Blueprint (4) - BPCD • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Art Rock Anthony Phillips - Sides (, CD) | Discogs/5(6).
  4. Featuring such wonderful compositions as 'Um & Aargh', 'Sisters of Remindum', 'Bleak House', 'Lucy Will' and 'Nightmare', Sides is a classic album of the late 70s Progressive era. This deluxe edition features a new stereo mix of the album, a newly re-mastered version of the original album stereo mix and a CD of demos, out-takes and extras/5(15).
  5. Side Door Lead Vocals – Dan Owen Tenor Saxophone – Mel Collins: B1: Sisters Of Remindum Cor Anglais – Humbert Ruse: B2: Bleak House Bass – Vic Stench Lead Vocals – Dale Newman: B3: Magdalen: B4: Nightmare Lead Vocals – Ralph Bernascone:
  6. Esoteric Recordings are proud to announce the release of a deluxe 4 disc clamshell boxed set edition of the classic album Sides by Genesis founder member Anthony Phillips. Produced by Rupert Hine, Sides was Anthony’s third solo album and was a superb blend of instrumental music and songs. The record saw Anthony supported by an able cast of .
  7. Credits. Anthony Phillips: Guitars, Keyboards The Vicar: Lead Vocals on Um & Aargh, Lucy Will & Holy Deadlock Mike Giles: Drums John G. Perry: Bass Dale Newman: Vocals, Lead Vocals on Bleak House Dan Owen: Vocals, Lead Vocals on Side Door, I Want Your Love & Souvenir Ray Cooper: Percussion Frank Racotti: Timpani Morris Pert: Congas on Lucy Will Mel Collins: Tenor Sax on Side .
  8. 参照 Sides / Private Parts & Pieces, LP, Album + LP, Album + Ltd, SPART , AFLP 1 I swear I hear mellotron in the opening composition and organ! Still a great collection of progressively flavored Ant Phillips tracks and the 2xcd remastered ver sounds fantastic with all the subtle little bits shinning thru.

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