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Alan Parsons Project


Ammonia Avenue



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Format: Cassette
Condition: NEAR MINT (NM OR M-) / NEAR MINT (NM OR M-) (Media / Cover)    More Info
Label: Arista 406100
Country: Europe
Released: 1984
Genre: Prog Rock
Num In Set: 1
Quantity: 1 in stock
Seller Ref:   73478179

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A1Prime Time5:03
A2Let Me Go Home3:20
A3One Good Reason3:36
A4Since The Last Goodbye4:34
A5Don't Answer Me4:11
B1Dancing On A Highwire4:22
B2You Don't Believe4:26
B3Pipeline (Instrumental)3:56
B4Ammonia Avenue6:30

Rights Society: GEMA STEMRA BIEM
Label Code: LC 3484

Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar - Ian Bairnson
Arranged By [Orchestra], Conductor - Andrew Powell
Bass - David Paton
Design [Sleeve Design], Sleeve [Sleeve Design] - STd
Drums, Percussion - Stuart Elliott
Engineer [Assistant] - Tony Richards
Executive-Producer - Eric Woolfson
Keyboards - Eric Woolfson
Leader [The Philharmonia Orchestra] - Christopher Warren-Green
Orchestra - Philharmonia Orchestra
Photography - Fell, Hurworth
Photography By - STd
Producer, Engineer, Programmed By [Fairlight] - Alan Parsons
Saxophone - Mel Collins
Songwriter - Alan Parsons, Eric Woolfson
Technician [Mastering Consultant] - Chris Blair
Vocals - Chris Rainbow, Colin Blunstone, Eric Woolfson, Lenny Zakatek

Dolby System. Recorded and mixed at Abbey Road Studios, London. Digital master recorded on the Sony PCM 1610 system.

℗ 1984 Arista Records Inc.

Track B3 is just titled "Pipeline" on the narrow part of the J-card but "Pipeline (Instrumental)" on the cassette and on the inside of the J-card.