Download Beggars Opera - Waters Of Change Flac
Written-By – Gardiner, Scott
Written-By – Park, Griffiths, Gardiner
Written-By – Sellar, Griffiths, Gardiner
|4||Silver Peacock (Intro)|
Written-By – Griffiths, Scott
Written-By – Park, Wilson
Bass Guitar, Flute – Marshall ErskineWritten-By – Park, Erskine, Griffiths
Written-By – Griffiths, Gardiner, Scott
|8||I've No Idea|
Written-By – Park, Griffiths
Written-By – Park, Griffiths, Scott
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- Bass, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – Gordon Sellar
- Coordinator [Production Co-ordinator] – John Drummond
- Engineer – Barry Ainsworth, Martin Birch
- Lead Guitar, Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Ricky Gardiner
- Lead Vocals [Lead Vocal], Cowbell [Cow Bell] – Martin Griffiths
- Mellotron, Vocals – Virginia Scott
- Organ, Piano – Alan Park
- Percussion – Raymond Wilson
- Producer [Production] – Martin-Coulter
Packaged in standard jewel case with 4 page booklet.
Note: track durations printed on the disc are quite erratic, those given in the tracklist were taken from the display of a CD player.
Recorded at Command and De Lane Lea Studios
A Martin-Coulter Production
All titles published by Mews Music Ltd
℗ 1971 / © 1989
A Martin-Coulter Production
Released by special arrangement with Polygram GmbH, Hamburg.
Line Records, a division of Line Music GmbH.
Marketed and distributed by Line Music GmbH.
Manufactured and printed in Western Germany.
P.1989 Line Music GmbH.
- Barcode (Scanned): 4023290072461
- Barcode (Text): 4 023290 072461
- Label Code: LC 6155
- Matrix / Runout: ∎ 838 133-2 01 / ∎
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Record Company – PolyGram GmbH – 838 133-2
- Marketed By – Line Music GmbH
- Distributed By – Line Music GmbH
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Line Music GmbH
- Published By – Mews Music Ltd.
- Recorded At – Command Studios
- Recorded At – De Lane Lea Studios
Waters of Change is the second album by the Scottish progressive band Beggars Opera, published in 1971. With respect to its predecessor Act One, Waters of Change features a rather different sound, which is less derivative of The Nice and Deep Purple MK I, and it is often described as the band's best work. Ricky Gardiner - lead guitar, vocals, acoustic guitar. Martin Griffiths - lead vocal, Cow Bell. Alan Park - organ, piano. Gordon Sellar - bass and acoustic guitar, vocals. Waters Of Change. Beggar's Opera - Waters Of Change 1971. To favorites 12 Download album. Listen album. Progressive Rock. Beggar's Opera. Songs in album Beggar's Opera - Waters Of Change 1971. Beggar's Opera - Time Machine. Beggar's Opera - Lament. Beggar's Opera - I've No Idea. Beggars Opera. I've No free to Beggars Opera Waters of Change Time Machine, Lament and more. 9 tracks 42:59. This band was from Scotland, their name is derived from an opera 'The Beggars Opera by John Gay in 1728. The musicians of BEGGARS OPERA were Martin Griffiths vocals, Rick Gardiner guitar and vocals, Alan Park keyboards, Gordon Sellar bass, acoustic guitar and vocals, Virginia Scott Mellotron and vocals and Raymond Wilson drums and percussion. BEGGARS OPERA made a lot of records but remained acting in the shade of most progressive rock bands. Time Machine, 08:07. Lament, 01:50. Scorpions Wind Of Change. Retro FM. Queen I Want to Break Free. Only for completionists 1. Waters of Change is a good symphonic prog rock album but I dont think its excellent. This is and album organ enthusiasts will probably enjoy more than I do. Ill rate Waters of Change 3 stars and like in my review of the debut I must admit that Beggars Opera just isnt something for me. Review by ZowieZiggy PROG REVIEWER. Band Name Beggars Opera. Album Name Waters of Change. Type Album. Released date 1971. Labels Vertigo. Other productions from Beggars Opera. Mrs Caligari's Lighter. Promise in Motion. Hello We have detected Русский as your language preference. To change your preferred language, please choose a language using the dropdown. English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 한국어 Português Brasil Русский. Altre immagini. For Waters Of Change the line-up remained the same except for: GORDON SELLAR replaced Marshall Erskine on Bass As well as Alan Park - VIRGINIA SCOTT played Mellotron and Sang. Beggars Opera rearranged it into a seven minute Mellotron romp that comes at you like Vaudeville meets Progressive Rock melodrama as Martin Griffiths bursts in with his effected vocals Focus ahoy. Easier on the ear is Passacaglia written by Virginia Scott and Marshall Erskine which gives some great Steve Howe type-guitar in its rocking mid-section