Deluxe 180gm white vinyl LP pressing including a bonus CD of the rare Ultrasonic Studio sessions. Released in 1976, this was the band's second major piece of work for the fledgling Swan Song label. It comprises nine tunes, mainly written by Phil May, including "Under The Volcano", "My Song", "Remember That Boy" and "It's Been So Long". John Povey contributes the haunting "Theme For Michelle". This powerful album coincided with a tour of America by the band, followed by the launch of Phil May's solo career.
Deluxe 180gm white vinyl LP pressing including a bonus CD of the rare Ultrasonic Studio sessions. Released in 1976, this was the band's second major piece of work for the fledgling Swan Song label. It comprises nine tunes, mainly written by Phil May, including "Under The Volcano", "My Song", "Remember That Boy" and "It's Been So Long". John Povey contributes the haunting "Theme For Michelle". This powerful album coincided with a tour of America by the band, followed by the launch of Phil May's solo career.
4009910228210

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Format: Vinyl
Label: REPERTOIRE
Rel. Date: 07/26/2019
UPC: 4009910228210

Savage Eye & Live At Ultrasonic Studios 1975 (Ogv)
Artist: Pretty Things
Format: Vinyl
New: Available 65.99
Wish

Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Under the Volcano
2. My Song
3. Sad Eye
4. Remember That Boy
5. It Isn't Rock and Roll
6. I'm Keeping
7. It's Been So Long
8. Drowned Man
9. Theme for Michelle 1
10. Singapore Silk Torpedo 1
11. Dream / Joey 1
12. Belfast Cowboys / Bruise in the Sky 1
13. It's Been So Long 1
14. Bridge of God 1
15. Band Introductions and Interview 1
16. Havana Bound 1
17. Come on Momma 1
18. It Isn't Rock 'N' Roll 1
19. Rosalyn 2
20. Route 66

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Deluxe 180gm white vinyl LP pressing including a bonus CD of the rare Ultrasonic Studio sessions. Released in 1976, this was the band's second major piece of work for the fledgling Swan Song label. It comprises nine tunes, mainly written by Phil May, including "Under The Volcano", "My Song", "Remember That Boy" and "It's Been So Long". John Povey contributes the haunting "Theme For Michelle". This powerful album coincided with a tour of America by the band, followed by the launch of Phil May's solo career.