Bel Canto ‎– Birds Of Passage

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I.R.S. Records ‎– X2 13031
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1 Intravenous 3:18
2 Birds Of Passage 5:26
3 The Glassmaker 4:27
4 A Shoulder To The Wheel 4:16
5 Time Without End
Vocals – Nils Johansen
5:01
6 Oyster
Arranged By [Strings] – Jeannot Gillis
3:04
7 Continuum 4:34
8 Dewy Fields 4:01
9 The Suffering 4:05
10 Picnic On The Moon
Other [Startdust] – Gilles Martin
4:39
11 Look 3 4:32

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[On inner sleeve:]
Engineered at Daylight & Kitsch Studios, Brussels
Cover design and picture treatment: Signes Particuliers

Crammed Disc
[On back sleeve:]
This Nettwerk Production is manufactured in the United States Of America by I.R.S. Records.

[On label:]
This Nettwerk Production is manufactured in the United States Of America by I.R.S. Records.
All Songs published by Les Editions De La Bascule

Repressing after EMI’s purchase of I.R.S.

Track 11 is marked as CD-only.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 2207-13031-2 5
  • Barcode (String): 022071303125
  • Matrix / Runout: CPCD 13031 50801L 1-1-6 CAPITOL JAX 6 C

Other Versions (5 of 21) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CRAM 065 CD Bel Canto Birds Of Passage(CD, Album) Crammed Discs CRAM 065 CD Belgium 1990 Sell This Version
CRAM 065 Bel Kanto* Birds Of Passage(LP) Crammed Discs CRAM 065 Sweden 1990 Sell This Version
IRS-82031 Bel Canto Birds Of Passage(LP) Nettwerk, I.R.S. Records IRS-82031 USA & Canada 1989 Sell This Version
MASO CD 90015 Bel Canto Birds Of Passage(CD, Album) Materiali Sonori MASO CD 90015 Italy 1990 Sell This Version
CRAM 065 CD Bel Canto Birds Of Passage(CD, Album) Crammed Discs CRAM 065 CD 1990 Sell This Version

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bill758

bill758

October 3, 2014

So, I'm assuming this North American release was the only one with this particular track sequence--it's almost an inverse of the original European one that presumably was what the band intended. Can ayone shed light on this? I first found this cd in a music shop in the mid-90s and only just now discovered that the track order I know and love wasn't (I'm assuming) what the band originally laid out. How distressing.