Arthur Russell ‎– Another Thought

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Arc Light Editions ‎– ALE 001
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
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A1 Another Thought
Cello, Vocals – Arthur Russell
2:14
A2 A Little Lost
Cello, Vocals – Arthur RussellGuitar – Steven Hall
3:17
A3 Home Away From Home
Cello, Vocals – Arthur Russell
5:11
A4 Lucky Cloud
Cello, Vocals – Arthur Russell
2:12
B1 This Is How We Walk On The Moon
Cello, Vocals – Arthur RussellCongas – Mustafa AhmedTrombone, Vocals [Additional] – Peter ZummoTrumpet – Rik Albani
4:41
B2 Hollow Tree
Cello, Vocals – Arthur Russell
2:28
B3 See Through Love
Cello, Vocals – Arthur Russell
4:46
C1 Keeping Up
Cello, Vocals, Drum Machine [Rhythm Machine] – Arthur RussellVocals [Additional] – Jennifer Warnes, Joyce Bowden
6:18
C2 In The Light Of The Miracle
Cello, Vocals – Arthur RussellKeyboards, Vocals – Elodie LautenMusic By – Elodie LautenPercussion – Mustafa AhmedTrombone – Peter ZummoVocals [Additional] – Julius EastmanWritten-By – Arthur Russell
6:03
C3 Lucky Cloud (Return)
Cello, Vocals – Arthur Russell
2:59
C4 Just A Blip
Cello, Vocals – Arthur Russell
3:39
D1 Me For Real
Cello, Vocals – Arthur RussellDrum Machine [Rhythm Machine] – Arthur Russell
4:52
D2 Losing My Taste For The Night Life
Cello, Vocals – Arthur Russell
4:33
D3 My Tiger, My Timing
Cello, Vocals, Drum Machine [Rhythm Machine] – Arthur RussellPercussion – Mustafa AhmedVocals [Additional] – Jennifer Warnes, Joyce Bowden, Steven Hall
5:39
D4 A Sudden Chill
Cello, Vocals – Arthur Russell
2:42

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(P) 1993 Point Music Ltd.
(C) 1993 Universal International Music B.V.

Released on vinyl by Arc Light Edition, part of Mulltiverse Music. Originally released in 1994 by Point Music. Licensed courtesy Universal Music Group Limited.

Two identical inner sleeves.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker): 5 0650002 003669

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
438 891-2 Arthur Russell Another Thought(CD, Album) Point Music 438 891-2 US 1994 Sell This Version
omm 0027 Arthur Russell Another Thought(CD, Album, RE, RM) Orange Mountain Music omm 0027 US 2006 Sell This Version
CDP 1294 Arthur Russell Another Thought(CD, Album, Promo) Point Music CDP 1294 US 1994 Sell This Version

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musicmagnetic

musicmagnetic

April 29, 2017
side C not as loud, maybe because it has 20 minutes of material on it, say bye bye to base after 6 minutes, this is ok, I mean everyone knows Arthur had a ton of unreleased material, too bad he wasn't able to sell this stuff while he was alive
signsoflife

signsoflife

July 15, 2015
is this a bootleg or official?
Benihanasp12

Benihanasp12

February 4, 2014

I have to disagree with all of you. The cuts on here aren't too hot. This issue could have easily been a three-sided release with an etching on the fourth side, a single LP, or (ideally) a double LP at 45 RPMs. Granted, the sound is clear.
dfvidaurre

dfvidaurre

November 6, 2013

Looking forward for more from Arc Light Editions
joshuavrysen

joshuavrysen

October 25, 2013
Very excited about this release - but - was wondering if anybody found side C to sound not as hot as the rest of the sides? Certain highend parts (especially with the vocals) a little distorted and fuzzy? Everything else sounds top notch, so it was surprising to have this - I thought maybe there was some dust on my needle when it first started, but no. Did a comparison with the cd and found those 4 tracks to actually sound nicer on the cd... just my copy of the vinyl somehow??
ringorider

ringorider

October 23, 2013

At last. All we need now is some fresh new music from all the old tapes, there's bound to be plenty in there.
bayofislands

bayofislands

October 20, 2013
Anybody else got 'lucky cloud return' as track 4 and track 10, rather than 'lucky cloud' as track 4 and 'lucky cloud return' as track 10 on the vinyl?
cwbass4789

cwbass4789

October 14, 2013
edited over 2 years ago

also have the issue of Lucky Cloud Return on both discs, rather than Lucky Cloud and Lucky Cloud Return.
iainrmacmillan

iainrmacmillan

October 10, 2013

This is an amazing pressing. Way better than listening to the point cd. Superlative.