Syd Barrett: Opel, LP (Vinyl)
Syd Barrett: Opel, LP (Vinyl)
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Syd Barrett
Opel

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • European Union
Neuauflage
  • Harvest
  • (SHSP 4126)
  • Harvest
  • (0825646310777)
  • 14 Tracks
  • EAN 0825646310777
  • heavy item (300g)
  • M / M
  • virgin
  • sealed

tracks

A1

Opel

Producer
  • Malcolm Jones
A2

Clown & Jugglers

Bass
  • Hugh Hopper
Drums
  • Robert Wyatt
Organ
  • Mike Ratledge
Producer
  • Peter Jenner
  • Malcolm Jones
A3

Rats

Producer
  • David Gilmour
A4

Golden Hair (Remake, Take 6)

Lyrics By
Producer
  • David Gilmour
  • Syd Barrett
A5

Dolly Rocker

Producer
  • David Gilmour
A6

Word Song

Producer
  • David Gilmour
A7

Wined And Dined

Producer
  • David Gilmour
B1

Swan Lee (Silas Lang)

Producer
  • Malcolm Jones
  • Peter Jenner
B2

Birdie Hop

Producer
  • David Gilmour
B3

Let's Split

Producer
  • David Gilmour
B4

Lanky (Part One)

Producer
  • Peter Jenner
B5

Wouldn't You Miss Me (Dark Globe)

Producer
  • David Gilmour
  • Roger Waters
B6

Milky Way

Producer
  • David Gilmour
B7

Golden Hair (Take I)

Producer
  • Peter Jenner

Credits

Rockers Related
  • Pink Floyd
Composed By
  • Syd Barrett
Design
  • Phil Smee
Supervised By
  • Phil Smee
Mixed By
  • Gareth Cousins
Sleeve Notes
  • Brian Hogg

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