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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. If Only the Moon Were Up (3:04)
2. Tell Me Keep Me (3:15)
3. Pieces (3:04)
4. Luck Is a Fine Thing (2:20)
5. Shorter Shorter (1:58)
6. It's Not the Only Way to Feel Happy (5:23)
7. 17 (2:45)
8. Like When You Meet Someone Else (3:24)
9. You Can Decide (2:17)
10. Got to Get the Nerve (4:05)
11. Got to Write a Letter (3:14)
12. You're So Pretty... (3:23)

Total time 38:12

Line-up / Musicians

- Peter Brewis / performer, composer & producer
- David Brewis / performer, composer & producer
- Andrew Moore / keyboards

- Emma Fisk / violin
- Rachael Davis / violin
- Peter Richardson / cello
- John Steel / sax
- Tom English / drums

Releases information

Artwork: Steve Rowland

CD Memphis Industries ‎- MI043CD (2005, UK)

LP Memphis Industries ‎- MI043LP (2005, UK)
LP Memphis Industries ‎- MI043LPX (2016, UK)

Digital album

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