Thanks To The Scientists - Robert Calvert - The Cellar Tapes (Cassette)

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  1. Faugore

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    A two-fer reissue for two posthumous Robert Calvert albums, one -- the Live at the Queen Elizabeth Hall document -- more or less essential, the other, Blueprints from the Cellar, of somewhat more limited interest. Live at the Queen Elizabeth Hall was recorded in London in October , shortly after the release of Calvert's Test Tube Conceived album.
  2. Mezijora

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    As its title suggests, the accompanying Blueprints from the Cellar is a demo collection, drawing from Calvert's work tapes for the Freq and Test Tube Conceived albums, together with a clutch of songs that never made it onto any regular dharivlybucardnibb.uwhadritiretelymsatetharmapa.infoinfo: $
  3. Juzilkree

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    Robert Newton Calvert (9 March – 14 August ) was a South African writer, poet, and musician. He is principally known for his role as lyricist and member of the space rock band Hawkwind.
  4. Tygoramar

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    The Cellar Tapes () I Hear Voices; All The Machines Are Quiet; Acid Rain; Fly On The Wall Test-Tube Conceived; Standing On The Picket Line; Work Song; Thanks To The Scientists; The Ra Ra Man; On Line; Ned Ludd; Radio Egypt; Soweto; Over The Moon; Hidden Persuasion; Marathon Man; Your Purple Lids; Re-Wind; Working Down A Diamond Mine.
  5. Goltirg

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    Title on spine: Blueprints from The Cellar Title on disc: Blueprints From The Cellar (The Cellar Tapes Parts 1 & 2) Title on front and rear: Blueprints from the Cellar "The Cellar Tapes" parts I and II Recorded at Robert's home, Ramsgate / using a Revox tape machine. Remastering and Editing for CD via the Sony 32 Bit Digital.

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