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The BBC Sessions 1970-1976

The BBC Sessions 1970-1976 by Kevin Ayers buy album

Kevin Ayers

Label: Hux Records
Released: 2005
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Track Listing

CD1: Clarence in Wonderland; Stop This Train; Why Are We Sleeping; You Say You Like My Hat; Gemini Child; Lady Rachel; Shooting at the Moon; Derby Day; The Interview; We Did It Again/Murder in the Air; Lunatic's Lament; Oyster and the Flying Fish; Butterfly Dance; Whatevershebringswesing; Falling in Love Again; Queen Thing. CD2: Interview; Oh What a Dream; Shooting in a Bucket Blues; Another Whimsical Song; Lady Rachel; Stop This Train; Didn't Feel Lonely Till I Thought of You; Stranger in Blue Suede Shoes; Mr. Cool; Love's Gonna Turn You Round; Star; Ballad of Mr. Snake.

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Additional Personnel / Information

Kevin Ayers: guitar, bass, vocals; David Bedford: piano (CD1, 1-10); Lol Coxhill: saxophone on (CD1, 1-10); Elton Dean: alto saxophone (CD1, 1-4); Lyn Dobson: flute (CD1, 1-4); Nick Evans: trombone (CD1, 1-4); Hugh Hopper: bass guitar (CD1, 1-4); Mike Ratledge: organ (CD1, 1-4; CD2, 1-3); Robert Wyatt: drums, backing vocals (CD1, 1-4); Mick Fincher: drums (CD1, 5-10); Mike Oldfield: bass guitar (CD1, 5-10); Archie Leggett: bass guitar, vocals (CD1, 11-16; CD2, 1-8); Eddie Sparrow: drums (CD2, 1-3); Ollie Halsall: guitar (CD2, 4-8); John


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