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A Tribute to The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway

A Tribute to The Lamb  Lies Down on Broadway by Rewiring Genesis
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Rewiring Genesis

Label: Prog Rock Records
Released: 2009
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Track Listing

CD1: The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway; Fly on a Windshield; Broadway Melody of 1974; Cuckoo Cocoon; In the Cage; The Grand Parade of Lifeless Packaging; Back in N.Y.C.; Hairless Heart; Counting Out Time; The Carpet Crawlers; The Chamber of 32 Doors. CD2: Lilywhite Lilith; The Waiting Room; The Supernatural Anaesthetist; The Lamia; Silent Sorrow in Empty Boats; The Colony of Slippermen: The Arrival/Visit to the Doktor/Raven; Ravine; The Light Dies Down on Broadway; Riding the Scree; In the Rapids; It.


Additional Personnel / Information

Nick D'Virgilio: lead vocals, background vocals, drums, percussion; Kat Bowser: background vocals; Carolyn Martin: background vocals; Mike Lusk: background vocals; Dave Martin: bass guitars; Don Car: electric and acoustic guitars, electric sitar, banjo; Jeff Taylor: acoustic piano, accordion, whistle, Rhodes, Wurlitzer; John Hinchey: horn and string arrangements, trombone; Steve Patrick: trumpet; Jeff Bailey: trumpet; Prentiss Hobbs: trombone; Sam Levine: saxophones, flute; Doug Moffett: saxophones; David Angell: violin; Pam Sixfin: violin; David Davidson: violin; Kristin Wilkinson: viola; Anthony Lamarchina: cello.



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