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Flight Of The Snow Goose (alternate single edit) () *20. The Snow Goose / Freefall (Live) () * #* Previously unreleased# Recorded at The Marquee Club, London 1974 Oct 30 Bonus Disc from Decca 2009 remaster:- Recorded live for BBC Radio One "In Concert" 1975 -2-1 Rhayader Goes To Town 2-2 Sanctuary 2-3 The Snow Goose 2-4 Migration 2-5 Rhayader Alone 2-6 Flight Of The Snow Goose 2-7 Preparation 2-8 Dunkirk 2-9 Epitaph 2-10 La Princesse Perdue 2-11 The Great Marsh - From BBC 2 "The Old Grey Whistle Test" 1975 -2-12 Selections From "The Snow Goose" ():a. Releases information Art Work: Modula (For legal reasons the cover would have to be edited to mention "Music inspired by The Snow Goose"; the 2013 re-recording recovered the original simpler title)LP Janus Records - JXS 7016 (1975, US) Initial US cover art w/o the mention "Music inspired by"LP Decca - SKL-R 5207 (1975, UK)CD Deram - 800 080-2 (1983, Europe)CD Decca - 882930 (2002, UK) Remastered by Paschal Byrne w/ 5 bonus tracks 2x CD Decca - 531 4614 (2009, Europe) 24-bit remaster by Paschal Byrne w/ 4 bonus tracks (omits tr. Rhayader Goes To Town Lyrics Search CAMEL The Snow Goose lyrics Music tabs (tablatures) Search CAMEL The Snow Goose tabs Line-up / Musicians - Andy Latimer / electric, acoustic & slide guitars, flute, wordless vocals (8,11)- Peter Bardens / organ & pipe organ, Minimoog & ARP Odyssey synths, acoustic & electric pianos- Doug Ferguson / bass, duffle coat (13) $- Andy Ward / drums, Varispeed percussion, vibes With:- David Bedford / orchestral arranger & conductor- The London Symphony Orchestra$ Doug's duffle coat, mentioned in the credits, was used by Andy Latimer and Doug Ferguson on 'Epitaph' to simulate a flapping of wings by waving it.For this purpose, he built himself an underground study where he worked on his voice for two- or three-month stretches at a time.To fight off the temptation to hang around and do other things elsewhere, he shaved half his head of hair.This ridiculous hairdo had the effect of making him too embarrassed to show himself in public, thus forcing him to remain in his subterranean chamber and continue his regimen.If you were frustrated by the virtually indecipherable Finnegan’s Wake, consider the conditions under which it was written. He was only six years old when he received his first pair of eyeglasses.entitled "As Interest Fades in the Humanities, Colleges Worry" describes how the lure of science degrees which could lead to high-paying jobs has left some educational institutions (like Stanford University) top heavy with faculty teaching the humanities (45 percent of its undergraduate division) to a rapidly shrinking student population interested in the humanities(15 percent).While some look to charter schools as a means of strengthening the intellectual capabilities of America's children, one segment of the educational system (often ignored by government, politicians, statisticians and major corporations) continues to thrive.
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