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Studio Album, released in 2003

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Here's a Wet One (6:02)
2. Notes on a Picnic (4:02)
3. Variations (3:23)
4. Mantra (5:30)
5. For Bela Bartok (4:25)
6. The Head's the Best Part (6:04)
7. Cheese Dog (4:21)
8. Chaos in the Conservatory (8:47)
9. Perverseerance (4:41)
10. Political Silence (4:42)
11. Slippin' into Darkness (12:44)

Total time: 64:41

Line-up / Musicians

- fred

Releases information

CD World in Sound WIS-1016 (2003) Germany
Originally recorded 1973/74 at Blue Rock Studios in New York City

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