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Lost in the Ghost Light

Lost in the Ghost Light by Tim Bowness buy album

Tim Bowness

Label: Inside Out Music
Released: 2017
Duration: 43:28
Views: 1,230

Track Listing

Worlds of Yesterday; Moonshot Manchild; Kill the Pain That's Killing You; Nowhere Good to Go; You'll Be the Silence; Lost in the Ghost Light; You Wanted to Be Seen; Distant Summers.

Personnel

Tim Bowness
Tim Bowness

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Tim Bowness: vocals, backing vocals (2-4, 7-8), synthesizers (6), rhythm programming (6); Bruce Soord: acoustic and electric guitars (1), electric guitar solos (1, 3, 5), backing vocals (1), electric guitar (7, 8); Colin Edwin: bass (1, 3-4), fretless bass (2, 5), bass harmonics solo (5), double bass (8); Ricard 'Huxflux' Nettermalm: drums (1, 2, 5); Kit Watkins: flutes (1, 6), waterphone (6); Stephen Bennett: organ (1-2, 4-5, 7), acoustic and electric pianos (1-2, 5), Novatron 400 (1-2, 4-5, 7-8), synthesizers (1-2, 5, 7-8), acoustic and electric 6- and 12-string guitars (1-2, 4), E-Bow solo (1), Hohner Pianet (2, 7), piano (4, 7-8), Spitfire Brass (4-5), electric guitar (5), Univox Drum Machine (5); David Rhodes: electric guitar (3, 7); Andrew Booker: drums (3-4, 7-8); Andrew Keeling: string arrangements (3-5), flutes (3-5), acoustic and classical guitars (4); Charlotte Dowding: violin ensemble (3-5); The 'unknown' Pete Smith: Rickenbacker bass (7), bass pedals (7); Steve Bingham: violin (7-8); Ian Anderson: flute (8).


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