|A||Electronic Dance (Part 1)||3:49|
|B||Electronic Dance (Part 2)||3:08|
Originally released in 1970 on the album: Billy Mitchel - Might Be Hope.
Licensed courtesy of Billy Mitchel.
Release date on www.thee-roundtable.com lists the release date as 20 December 2016.
Released in bricks-and-mortar shops on 3 February 2017.
Producer credits taken from the original LP
Etched catalogue number on the run-outs contradict the catalogue number on the record labels and sleeve.
Release notes from the record label:
"Accompanying the premiere release of the lost soundtrack to the 1971 film Walkabout, The Roundtable offer a further lost piece of music associated with Nicolas Roeg’s seminal New Wave masterpiece. In addition to John Barry’s spellbinding original score, several pieces of popular music can be heard throughout the film transmitting from a portable radio, an obvious symbol of western civilization as the protagonists wander disorientated in the ancient tribal Australian wilderness. Here we have documented one of these tracks on limited edition 7” vinyl, a forgotten slice of late 60s lysergic studio-psych from the New York singer-songwriter Billy Mitchel. Produced by Brooks Arthur (Holy Mountain Soundtrack), Electronic Dance is a whirling mix of Indian raga, heavy jazz drums, buzzing electronics and tape collage melding into blue-eyed soul folk from the Woodstock scene. The perfect psychedelic supplement to John Barry’s hallucinogenic orchestral score."
Track times listed are from the sleeve.
The track times / titles on the labels are credited as: Side A - Electronic Dance PT 1 - 3.56 / Side B - Electronic Dance PT 2 - 3.12
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 6 43597 93653 8
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched Run-out): PM001SP CDALTRON ZE5334A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Etched Run-out): PM001SP CDALTRON ZE5334B