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Studio Album, released in 1982

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Drawn To The Flames (6:34)
2. Jack Of Hearts (4:14)
3. I Am A Child (3:10)
4. Woman (4:42)
5. I Still Care (4:51)
6. Work Of Heart (21:32) :
- a) No-one Ever Gets Out Alive
- b) Two Lovers In The Moon
- c) We Are The People
- d) All Us Children (So Sadly Far Apart)
- e) We Are The People (Reprise)
- f) No-one Ever Gets Out Alive (Finale)

Total time 45:03

Line-up / Musicians

- Roy Harper / lead vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, synth, arrangements, co-producer
- Bob Wilson / acoustic & electric guitars, backing vocals
- Dave Morris / synthesizer, piano, viola, clarinet
- Tony Franklin / bass, fretless bass, percussion, backing vocals

- David Lord / synthesizer, tubular bells, co-producer
- Dave Morgan / Oberheim DMX drum programming
- Dick Morrisey / saxophone
- Paul Cobbold / bass, engineer
- Charlie Morgan / drums
- Darrel Lockhart / drums (3,4)
- Dorian Healey / drums
- Yvonne D'Cruz / vocals (4)
- John David / backing vocals

Releases information

LP Public Recordings ‎- PUBLP 5001 (1982, UK)

CD Awareness Records ‎- AWCD 1002 (1989, UK)

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
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4 stars The begin of eighties Roy was very busy. After making really good "the Unknown Soldier"-album to the Harvest- label and departing EMI because of many disputes Roy decided to form own "Public Records"-label together with Mark Thompson. He had toured with Tony Franklin on bass, Bob Wilson on guitar ... (read more)

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