Diary - Brown Envelope album flac
Title: Brown Envelope
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|1||The Old Git Song|
|2||Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart|
|4||Docklands Light Railway Children|
|6||High Holborn Silver Lining|
|7||Emmis Hemmings Contemplates The War|
|8||Bomb The Boss|
|9||Leaving The Twentieth Century|
- Recorded At – Cold Storage
- Recorded At – Bull and Gate
- Copyright (c) – TRI
- Bass – Richard Clarke (tracks: 5-9), Tomoko Yamashita (tracks: 1-4)
- Cover – Mr Beckford*
- Drums – Miranda (tracks: 5-9), Tony Davidson (tracks: 1-4)
- Engineer [Sound Restoration] – A-Soma
- Guitar – Nick Rowan (tracks: 1-9), Tony Davidson (tracks: 5, 6, 8-10)
- Music By – Diary
- Recorded By – Jim Free (tracks: 2 and 3)
- Soprano Saxophone – Lol Coxhill (tracks: 4)
- Vocals – Tony Davidson (tracks: 10)
- Voice, Words By – John Plant
NotesTrack 1 recorded on 28 November 1996.
Track 2 and 3 recorded at Cold Storage, Brixton on 18 August 1998.
Track 4 recorded on 07 March 1998, and is from the live premiere of the "Growing Old And Absurd In East London" album.
Tracks 5 to 9 recorded at Bull and Gate, Kentish Town, on 20 July 2001.
Track 10 is a solo version by Tony Davidson, recorded on 07 March 2003.
© TRI 2005