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The Octet Broadcasts 1969 and 1979

Alan Wakeman

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1.1
Dreams (Intro)
Alan Wakeman
0:06
1.2
Dreams (feat. John Taylor, Paul Lytton)
Alan Wakeman; John Taylor; Paul Lytton
10:10
1.3
Forever (Intro)
Alan Wakeman
1:00
1.4
Forever (feat. John Taylor, Paul Lytton)
Alan Wakeman; John Taylor; Paul Lytton
8:09
1.5
Merry-Go-Round (Intro)
Alan Wakeman
0:53
1.6
Merry-Go-Round (feat. John Taylor, Paul Lytton)
Alan Wakeman; John Taylor; Paul Lytton
8:51
2.1
Charles Fox Introduction
Alan Wakeman
2:54
2.2
Chaturanga (feat. Gordon Beck)
Alan Wakeman; Gordon Beck
6:41
2.3
Manhattan Variation (feat. Gordon Beck)
Alan Wakeman; Gordon Beck
7:59
2.4
Vienna (feat. Gordon Beck)
Alan Wakeman; Gordon Beck
5:38
2.5
Robatsch Defense (feat. Gordon Beck)
Alan Wakeman; Gordon Beck
1:09
2.6
Kingside Breakthrough (feat. Gordon Beck)
Alan Wakeman; Gordon Beck
5:58
2.7
Charles Fox Conclusion
Alan Wakeman
0:32
Total Playing Time    60:00
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Gearbox Records Studio Masters

Disc 1, Tracks 1-6; Disc 2, Tracks 1-7 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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