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Performer: Duncan Browne
Title: The Wild Places
Country: New Zealand
Genre: Rock
Style:Pop Rock
Released: 1978
Catalog number: GO 555
Label: Logo
MP3 album szie: 2412 mb
FLAC album size: 2125 mb

Tracklist

1The Wild Places
2Camino Real

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LOGO 1007Duncan Browne The Wild Places ‎(LP, Album)LogoLOGO 1007UK1978
LS-38.014Duncan Browne The Wild Places ‎(LP, Album)CFELS-38.014Spain1979
5C 062-62361Duncan Browne The Wild Places ‎(LP, Album)Logo5C 062-62361Netherlands1978
MSI 16101Duncan Browne The Wild Places ‎(CD, Album, RE)MSI MSI 16101Japan1997
SRK 6065Duncan Browne The Wild Places ‎(LP, Album, TP)SireSRK 6065US1978
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
GO 329Duncan Browne The Wild Places ‎(7", Ltd, Pic)LogoGO 329UK1978
SRE 1047Duncan Browne The Wild Places ‎(7", Mono, Promo)SireSRE 1047US1978
GO 329Duncan Browne The Wild Places ‎(7")LogoGO 329Italy1978
4B 006-62304Duncan Browne The Wild Places ‎(7", Single)Logo4B 006-62304Belgium1978
GO 329Duncan Browne The Wild Places ‎(7", Single)LogoGO 329UK1978

Credits

  • Arranged By [Strings & Synthesizer]Tony Hymas
  • Arranged By [Vocal Arrangements]Duncan Browne
  • Backing VocalsDuncan Browne, Ray Hendriksen
  • Bass [Fretless & Precision]John Giblin
  • Cover [Concept], Photography BySanders
  • Design [Sleeve]Jean-Luke Epstein
  • Drums, PercussionSimon Phillips
  • EngineerRay Hendriksen
  • KeyboardsDuncan Browne (tracks: B2)
  • Other [Femme Fatale] – Mary Dobson
  • Other [Make-up] – Mary Vango
  • PianoSimon Phillips (tracks: A3)
  • ProducerDuncan Browne
  • Synthesizer [Arp, Oberheim, Roland String]Tony Hymas
  • Vocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, PercussionDuncan Browne
  • ProducerD. Browne
  • Written-ByDuncan Browne

Notes

Made in New Zealand printed at 2 o'clock on label rim.Issued with lyric sheet.

Songs dates of writing from sheet:
A1 May '78
A2 March '78
B1 September '76
B2 January '78
B3 January '78
B4 May '76

B2 title on sheet is printed Kisazaru--The Touch

© ℗ 1978 Logo Records

Made in Italy

Companies

  • Marketed By – RTC
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Logo Records
  • Copyright (c) – Logo Records
  • Published By – Logo Songs Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Scorpio Sound
  • Mixed At – Scorpio Sound
  • Designed At – Graphyk
  • Distributed By – Dischi Ricordi S.p.A.
  • Pressed By – CGD Pressing Plant
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