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Richard Sinclair

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Studio Album, released in 1994

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. What's Rattlin' ? (5:18)
2. My Sweet Darlin' (4:16)
3. Videos (intro: Hymn For Her) (6:36)
4. Barefoot (3:45)
5. Outback In Canterbury (5:05)
6. Over From Dover (5:34)
7. Out Of The Shadows (12:16)
8. Where Are They Now? (5:10)
9. Bamboo (5:04)
10. What In The World (7:13)

Total time 60:17

Line-up / Musicians

-Richard Sinclair / vocals, bass, guitar, co-producer

With:
- Kit Watkins / MiniMoog, String synth & piano (2,7,10)
- Didier Malherbe / sopranino sax (1), alto clarinet (5), bamboo flute (9)
- Tony Coe / alto clarinet (3,4)
- Jimmy Hastings / flute (3), tenor sax (6)
- Alan Clarke / harmonica (3)
- Tony Rico / didgeridoo (5)
- Hugh Hopper / bass (4)
- Dave Cohen / drums (1,6)
- Andy Ward / drums (2,5,10)
- Pip Pyle / drums (3,4,7,8)

Releases information

Artwork: Heather Kinnear (photo)

CD Sinclair Songs - R.S.S. CD 001 (1994, UK)

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3.71
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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(7%)
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Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(47%)
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4 stars Richard Sinclair is one of the best bass players in prog-rock. You can notice his brilliant bass lines in records he made with Caravan, Hatfield & the North or Camel. He is also a very good, underrated singer, but maybe that has not been fully appreciated as much of the music he has recorded wit ... (read more)

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