Aerial (4) ‎– In The Middle Of The Night

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Capitol Records ‎– E-ST 11828, Capitol Records ‎– OC 062-85 590
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A1 Harmony
Written-By – Brian Miessner
3:26
A2 In The Middle Of The Night
Written-By – Brian Miessner
5:07
A3 Easy Love
Written-By – Gary O'Connor
3:15
A4 All Right
Written-By – Brian Miessner
3:09
A5 If Only I Were Older
Written-By – Brian Miessner
3:00
B1 Indispensable Thomas Hensible
Written-By – Brian Miessner
5:15
B2 Race The Sun
Written-By – Laurie Currie
3:48
B3 You've Got A Way
Written-By – Brian Miessner
4:40
B4 Gypsy Face
Written-By – Brian Miessner
5:35

Credits

  • Artwork By [Graphic Assistance] – Bob King
  • Bass, Acoustic Guitar, VocalsBrian Miessner
  • Design [Album Design]Hugh Syme
  • Drums, Percussion, Synthesizer [Percussion], VocalsLaurie Currie
  • Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Bass [Six-string], VocalsGary O'Connor
  • EngineerGeorge Semkiw
  • Executive Producer – Tom Berry / Anthem Records
  • Photography – Yosh Inouye
  • ProducerAerial (4), George Semkiw (tracks: A1 to B4), Paul Gross (tracks: A1)
  • Synthesizer, Electric Piano, Piano [Grand], Mellotron, Organ, ClavinetMalcolm Buchanan

Notes

Produced for Anthem Records / A Taurus Production.
Recorded and mixed at Phase One Studio, Toronto, Canada.

℗ 1978 Capitol Records Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): E-ST1 11828-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): E-ST2 11828-1

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ANR-1-1011 Aerial (4) In The Middle Of The Night(LP, Album) Anthem Records (2) ANR-1-1011 Canada 1978 Sell This Version
SW-11828 Aerial (4) In The Middle Of The Night(LP, Album) Capitol Records SW-11828 US 1978 Sell This Version
1C 064-85 590 Aerial (4) In The Middle Of The Night(LP, Album) Capitol Records 1C 064-85 590 Germany 1978 Sell This Version

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headphoneland

headphoneland

February 14, 2013

It's funny how one band (Rush) can become a household name and yet their erstwhile labelmates languish in obscurity. This band had a big imposing sound, damn, what a 'keyboard storm' that guy unleashes.. their quirky layered vocals are executed in a way that is copied from no-one and in general this is an overlooked gem in my book. It would behoove Rushophiles to seek out such contemporaries as Aerial not to mention FM and the mighty Max Webster..