Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band ‎– Safe As Milk

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Rev-Ola ‎– CR REV 271
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CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered
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1 Sure 'Nuff 'N Yes I Do 2:13
2 Zig Zag Wanderer
Percussion [Log Drum] – Milt Holland
2:39
3 Call On Me 2:35
4 Dropout Boogie
Percussion [Log Drum] – Milt Holland
2:29
5 I'm Glad 3:30
6 Electricity
Theremin – Sam Hoffman*
3:07
7 Yellow Brick Road
Percussion [Additional] – Taj MahalVoice [Intro] – Richard Perry
2:25
8 Abba Zaba
Percussion [Additional] – Milt Holland
2:41
9 Plastic Factory 3:07
10 Where There's Woman 2:08
11 Grown So Ugly 2:26
12 Autumn's Child
Guitar – Russ TitelmanTheremin – Sam Hoffman*
4:00
Bonus Tracks
13 Safe As Milk (Take 5) 4:11
14 On Tomorrow 6:56
15 Big Black Baby Shoes 4:50
16 Flower Pot 3:54
17 Dirty Blue Gene 2:42
18 Trust Us (Take 9) 7:20
19 Korn Ring Finger 7:26

Credits

Notes

Effectively, a licensed reissue of the 1999 remastered Buddha CD with same bonus tracks, but with revised art and liner notes.

"Tracks 1 to 12 recorded at RCA Studios, Hollywood, CA in April 1967"*
[*Note: This is incorrect. Track 1 was recorded at Sunset Sound, Hollywood - prior to the 4-track recordings at RCA].

"Originally released as Buddha LP BDS 5001 in September 1967"**
[**Note: This is incorrect. The company was 'Buddah', prior to BMG acquiring the defunct label and relaunching it as 'Buddha'. The original release was on the 1st Buddah series BDM 1001 (mono) & BDS 5001 (stereo)].

"Tracks 13 to 19 recorded in October and November 1967.
Remastered at Studio 3, Glasgow, Scotland, UK.
[The 1999 CD source for this was remastered at SAJE Sound, New York, NY.].

© 2009 Rev-Ola, a division of Cherry Red Records Ltd.
[P] 1968 Sony BMG Music Entertainment.
Cherry Red Records, 3a Long Island House, Warple Way, London W3 0RG. UK.
Distributed by Pinnacle.
Made in EU."

[Track timings do not appear on the release, taken from the CD-Player display.

The track-list in the booklet is correct. On the back insert & CD face it is incorrect, titling track 10 as "Where There's A Woman".

The center spread of the booklet states the images shown are from the "Original Gatefold Sleeve". Sleeve was not a gatefold. They are, in fact, from both sides of the original vinyl liner.

Marker engineered & produced early material for Safe As Milk at Sunset. Perry replaced him for the final work & Krasnow moved recordings to RCA].

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 013929 457126
  • Matrix / Runout: CRREV271 01
  • Other (Manufacturing plant): Sony DADC
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LY34
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI AEW39

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