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A DOLL THAT'S MADE IN JAPAN

Steve Hackett

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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 1984

Songs / Tracks Listing


1. A Doll That's Made in Japan
2. Just the Bones



Line-up / Musicians


- Steve Hackett / guitar, guitar synthesizers, Koto, Rainstick, Etruscam guitar, marimba, percussion, harmonica, vocals
- Nick Magnus / keyboards, percussion, Yamaha DX7, Jupiter 6, Juno 60, Moog source, Jupiter 8, Memory Moog, Emulator, Vocoder and Linndrum
- Rui Motta / drums, Simmons drums
- Serginho (Roupa Nova) / drums
- Ian Mosley / drums, percussion
- Waldermar Falcao / flute, percussion
- Fernando Moura / Rhodes
- Ronaldo Diamante / bass
- Clive Stevens / Wind synthetizer
- Kim Poor / Japanese voice on "Doll"
- The Brazilians Percussionist: Sidinho Moreira, Junior, Jaburu, Peninha, Zizinho, Baca

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Vinyl 12" Lamborghini 12 LMG 16

Thanks to Per Köhler for the addition
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