Spooky Tooth - Witness download album
Witness is an album released by Spooky Tooth in 1973. For this album, original drummer Mike Kellie returned and substantially replaced Bryson Graham. Gary Wright remained the dominant songwriter at this stage of the band's history. Co-lead singer Mike Harrison left the band following the release of the album. The album was remastered and re-released on compact disc (CD) in January 2005 by Repertoire Records. All songs written by Gary Wright, except where noted.
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Witness is an album released by Spooky Tooth in 1973. The album was remastered and re-released on compact disc (CD) in 2005 by Repertoire.
Producer – Spooky Tooth. Recorded and mixed at Olympic Studios and Island Studios, London. Matrix, Runout (A-side, stamped): ILPS 9255 A-1U H (turned left 90°) STERLING. Witness (LP, Album, Gat). Witness (LP, Album).
Witness (Spooky Tooth album), Witness is an album released by Spooky Tooth in 1973 For this album, original drummer Mike Kellie returned and substantially replaced Bryson Grah. Mike Harrison – lead and backing vocals, percussion. Mick Jones – electric and acoustic guitars, backing vocals. Chris Stewart – bass. Mike Kellie – drums, percussion.
This album is fresher than "The last puff" but keeps the feeling of the group. Altough some people -because of "Ceremony"- think that Spooky Tooth are a progressive rock band, they are really very good exponents with high quality of "Heavy Rock". Ocean of power" and "Dream me a mountain" are samples of the quality of this band. Hope that you can get yourself a copy and enjoy it.
The Mirror (Spooky Tooth album). The Mirror is an album by the British rock band Spooky Tooth. It was the only Spooky Tooth album to be released without contributions from Mike Harrison. It also was their last album for nearly twenty-five years, until Cross Purpose in 1999. The Mirror was released in October 1974, one month before group members had permanently disbanded. Members went on to form such bands as Foreigner and The Only Ones.
Band Name Spooky Tooth. Released date November 1973. Labels Island Records Repertoire Music Progressive Line. Music StyleHeavy Rock. Members owning this album0. 2. Wings on My Heart. 3. As Long As the World Keeps Turning.
Witness is a music studio album recording by SPOOKY TOOTH (ve Rock) released in 1973 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Studio Album, released in 1973. Songs, Tracks Listing. 1. Ocean Of Power (4:40) 2. Wings On My Heart (3:32) 3. As Long As The World Keeps Turning (3:40) 4. Don't Ever Stray Away (3:14) 5. Things Change (4:19) 6. All Sewn Up (3:44) 7. Dream Me A Mountain (3:41) 8. Sunlight Of My Mind (4:56) 9. Pyramids (4:28).
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|A1||Ocean Of Power||4:40|
|A2||Wings On My Heart||3:31|
|A3||As Long As The World Keeps Turning||3:38|
|A4||Don't Ever Stray Away
Written-By – Stewart*
|B1||All Sewn Up
Written-By – Jones*
|B2||Dream Me A Mountain||3:42|
|B3||Sunlight Of My Mind||4:52|
Written-By – Kellie*
- Published By – Oriandaa
- Published By – Island Music Ltd.
- Recorded At – Olympic Studios
- Recorded At – Island Studios
- Bass – Chris Stewart
- Design [Package Design], Photography By – Tom Wilkes
- Drums, Percussion – Mike Kellie
- Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Backing Vocals – Mick Jones
- Engineer – Brian Humphries
- Keyboards, Synthesizer, Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Gary Wright
- Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Percussion – Mike Harrison
- Mastered By – Greg Calbi
- Producer – Spooky Tooth
- Written-By – Wright*
NotesRecorded and mixed at Olympic Studios and Island Studios, London
℗ 1973 Island Records Ltd
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