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Tea and Symphony – An Asylum For The Musically Insane, 1969


Tea and Symphony – An Asylum For The Musically Insane, 1969 

01. Armchair Theatre –00:00
02. Feel How So Cool The Wind –03:57
03. Sometime –07:20
04. Maybe My Mind (With Egg) (Jeff Daw) –11:36
05. The Come On –15:24
06. Terror In My Soul (Jeff Daw, Nigel Phillips) –19:59
07. Travelling Shoes (Fred Neil) –26:11
08. Winter (James Langston) –30:42
09. Nothing Will Come To Nothing (Nigel Phillips) –34:02

Personnel:
– Jeff Daw – lead guitar, flute, triangle, vocals
– James Langston – lead vocals, rhythm guitar, kazoo, bells, cymbal
– Nigel Phillips – drums, recorder, mandolin, organ, piano, vocals
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– Mick Hincks – bass (05)
– Bob Lamb – drums (05)
– Clem Clempson – lead guitar (05)
– Ron Chesterman – bass (07)
– Gus Dudgeon – percussion, producer

Malcolm D B Munro
Monday 22 May, 2017

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