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Catapilla - Changes album flac

Catapilla - Changes album flac Performer: Catapilla
Title: Changes
Style: Prog Rock, Jazz-Rock, Psychedelic Rock
MP3 album: 1268 mb
FLAC album: 1828 mb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: AC3 WAV VQF ADX AU AC3 AHX
Genre: Jazz / Rock

All music written by Graham Wilson, Robert Calvert, and Anna Meek, except where noted. All lyrics written by Anna Meek. Side one. "Reflections" - 12:06. Charing Cross" - 6:45. Side two. "Thank Christ For George" - 12:07. It Could Only Happen To Me" (music - Wilson, Calvert) - 6:45. Carl Wassard – electric bass. Graham Wilson – guitar. Ralph Rolinson – organ, electric piano. Robert Calvert – electric and acoustic saxophones.

1. Reflection (12:06) 2. Charing Cross (6:45) 3. Thank Christ For George (12:07) 4. It Could Only Happen To Me (6:45).

Changes ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial). ADA Sound Ltd. ADASD 07209. Changes ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE). Repertoire Records.

It was released in 1971 on Vertigo Records. All songs written by Graham Wilson, Thierry Reinhardt, Robert Calvert, Malcolm Frith, and Anna Meek. "Naked Death" - 15:42. "Embryonic Fusion" - 24:08. Dave Taylor – bass guitar. Hugh Eaglestone – tenor saxophone. Robert Calvert – alto & tenor saxophones.

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Changes is one of the best examples of instrumentation at its finest, the talent here displayed is just amazing, the whole band playing together manages to grab the listener's attention and mind and won't let him go until the very end of the album. When you listen to an album like this you can't help but by closing you eyes and letting the music take you to a whole new world.

Charing Cross, 06:44.