Quatermass: Quatermass, LP (Vinyl)
Quatermass: Quatermass, LP (Vinyl)
Quatermass: Quatermass, LP (Vinyl)
€49.90
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Quatermass
Quatermass

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
Klappcover
  • Harvest
  • (1 C 062-91 248)
  • 9 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • VG+ / EX-
  • used
  • several surface marks on vinyl, edge wear / shelf wear and signs of tag removal on cover, big tag on labels

tracks

A1

Entropy

Written By
A2

Black Sheep Of The Family

Written By
A3

Post War Saturday Echo

Written By
A4

Good Lord Knows

Written By
A5

Up On The Ground

Written By
B1

Gemini

Written By
B2

Make Up Your Mind

Written By
B3

Laughin' Tackle

Arranged By
  • Peter Robinson
Written By
B4

Entropy (Reprise)

Written By

Credits

Cello
  • Boris Rickleman
  • Chris Green
  • Francisco Gabarro
  • Fred Alexander
  • Peter Wilson
  • Paul Buckmaster
Design
  • Hipgnosis
Photography By
  • Hipgnosis
Double Bass
  • Arthur Watts
  • Frank Clarke
  • Joe Mudele
Drums
  • Mick Underwood
Engineer
  • Andy Stevens
  • Jeff Jarratt
Keyboards
  • Peter Robinson
Producer
  • Anders Henriksson
Viola
  • Bernard Davis
  • Chris Wellington
  • Henry Myerscough
  • Ian White
  • John Graham
  • Stephen Shingles
Violin
  • Billy Miller
  • Charles Vorsanger
  • David Katz
  • Derek Jacobs
  • Gerald Emms
  • Harold Parfitt
  • Henry Datyner
  • Homi Kanga
  • Jack Rothstein
  • John Kirkland
  • Laurie Clay
  • Les Maddox
  • Michael Jones
  • Paul Sherman
  • William Armon
  • Tony Gilbert
Vocals
  • John Gustafson
Bass Guitar
  • John Gustafson

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