Bee Gees - Life in A Tin Can - Original 1973 US RSO label 8-track LP - '1841 Broadway' Labels
|Title||Life in A Tin Can - Original 1973 US RSO label 8-track LP - '1841 Broadway' Labels|
|Genre||Rock & Pop|
|Record label||ATCO Records|
|Catalogue no||SO 870|
|Year of release||1973|
|Grading||VG+(+) (Vinyls and Labels)/VG+ (Cover)|
|Stock list||Bee Gees|
|Additional info||Original 1973 US Atco label 8-track LP on the generic tan company labels with upper 'red cow' logo and '1841 Broadway, New York, N.Y.' address lower rim print.|
Vinyl is held in a generic company add inner sleeve and ultimately in a sturdy embossed gatefold picture cover.
Condition: VG++ (Vinyls and Labels)/VG+ (Cover):
Vinyl has a single inaudible surface mark - a touch of sleeve wear and discontinued foxing - graded close to near perfect/excellent - perfcet labels.
Cover has the slightest degree of edge and and corners wear - a couple of cm's upper seam deletion saw cut - graded straight VG+.
1 Saw A New Morning 4:24
2 I Don't Wanna Be The One 4:15
3 South Dakota Morning 2:26
4 Living In Chicago 5:39
1 While I Play 4:28
2 My Life Has Been A Song 4:21
3 Come Home Johnny Bridie 3:50
4 Method To My Madness 3:10
Barry Gibb ? vocals, guitar
Robin Gibb ? vocals
Maurice Gibb ? bass, piano, keyboards, guitar, vocals, Mellotron, organ, Electric Twelve-String Guitar, Clavinet
Alan Kendall ? lead guitar
Sneaky Pete Kleinow ? steel guitar on "South Dakota Morning" and "Come Home Johnny Bridie"
Tommy Morgan ? harmonica on "South Dakota Morning" and "My Life Has Been a Song"
Jerome Richardson ? flute on "Living in Chicago"
Rick Grech ? violin and bass on "While I Play"
Jane Getz ? piano on "Come Home Johnny Bridie"
Jim Keltner ? drums
Johnny Pate - orchestral arrangement, Conducting
The Bee Gees - Production
Chuck Leary, Mike Stone - Engineer
John Youssi - Package Concept
David Larkham, Tepee Graphics - Design & Collage
Marc Hauser ? Back Cover Photography
Ed Caraeff - Bee Gees Photography
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