℗ 1967 Mercury Records Limited
 

Scott

Scott Walker

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1.1
Mathilde
Scott Walker; Wally Stott
2:36
1.2
Montague Terrace (In Blue)
Scott Walker; Wally Stott
3:27
1.3
Angelica
Scott Walker
3:59
1.4
The Lady Came From Baltimore
Scott Walker
1:57
1.5
When Joanna Loved Me
Scott Walker
3:06
1.6
My Death
Scott Walker; Reg Guest
4:57
1.7
The Big Hurt
Scott Walker
2:25
1.8
Such A Small Love
Scott Walker
4:53
1.9
You're Gonna Hear From Me
Scott Walker
2:52
1.10
Through A Long And Sleepless Night
Scott Walker
4:10
1.11
Always Coming Back To You
Scott Walker
2:40
1.12
Amsterdam
Scott Walker; Wally Stott; Wally Stott Orchestra
3:04
Total Playing Time    40:06
Fans of The Walker Brothers frontman Scott Walker could not have been prepared for the sonic world he explores in his solo debut, Scott. Backed by lush, often bombastic orchestral arrangements, Walker interprets songs by, among others, Jacques Brel, Kurt Weill and André and Dory Previn with surprising nuance and a sombre imagination, rounding out the recording with his own compositions.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Universal Music Group Studio Masters

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