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Uriel and Egg: The Road to Hatfield and Beyond

Uriel and Egg: The Road to Hatfield and Beyond by Egg
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Egg

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2008
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Track Listing

Arzachel
Garden Of Earthly Delights; Azazoth; Soul Thing; Leg; Clean Innocent Fun; Metempsychosis. Bonus tracks: Introducing The Bass Guitarist; Egoman; Swooping Bill; The Salesman Song; Saturn, The Bringer Of Old Age; The Stumble.

The Metronomical Society
While Growing My Hair; Seven Is A Jolly Good Time; Germ Patrol; Enneagram; Long Piece No. 3, Part 2; Long Piece No. 3, Part 4; There's No Business Like Show Business; Blane Over Camden; Long Piece No. 3, Part 3; Wring Out the Ground (Loosely Now); McGillicuddie The Pusillanimous; Do I Like To Be Beside The Seaside.


Personnel

Egg
band/orchestra
Uriela
guitar, acoustic
Dave Stewart
keyboards
Steve Hillage
guitar, electric
Dirk "Mont" Campbell
bass, electric

Additional Personnel / Information

Arzachel
Dave Stewart: organ, piano; Mont Campbell: bass, vocals, French horn, bugle; Clive Brooks: drums; Steve Hillage (1-6, 11, 12).

The Metronomical Society
Dave Stewart: organ, electric and acoustic pianos, harpsichord, celeste, tone generator; Mont Campbell: bass, vocals; Clive Brooks: drums.


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