Cirkus (4) ‎– One

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RCB (Projects) Ltd. ‎– RCB 1
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Vinyl, LP, Album
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A1 You Are
Written-By – McDade*
A2 Seasons
Written-By – Taylor*
A3 April '73
Written-By – Miller*
A4 Song For Tavish
Written-By – McDade*
A5 A Prayer
Written-By – McDade*
B1 Brotherly Love
Written-By – McDade*
B2 Those Were The Days
Written-By – McDade*
B3 Jenny
Written-By – McDade*
Title Track
B4a I. Breach
Written By – Dodds
B4b II. Ad Infinitum
Arranged By – Miller*Written-By – McDade*

Credits

Notes

The label appears on the inside of the fold-out cover as R.C.B. (Projects) Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: (Stamped) CIRC-1-A1 RCB-1-A1
  • Matrix / Runout: (Stamped) CIRC-1-B1 RCB-1-B1

Other Versions (5 of 11) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MA-0011 Cirkus (4) One(CD, Album, Unofficial) Media Arte (2) MA-0011 Russia 2016 Sell This Version
TOCK 001 Cirkus (4) One(LP, RE, Gat) 5 Hours Back TOCK 001 UK 1986 Sell This Version
ERC-28028 Cirkus (4) One(CD, Album, Ltd, RE) Edison (3) ERC-28028 Japan 1990 Sell This Version
PTCD 8039 Cirkus (4) One Plus... + bonustracks(CD, Album, RE, RM, Unofficial) Prog Temple PTCD 8039 2015 Sell This Version
MAR 081472 Cirkus (4) One(CD, Album, RE, Pap) Belle Antique MAR 081472 Japan 2008 Sell This Version

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January 19, 2016
Cirkus quintet formed, in late 1973, from the ashes of bands Lucas Tyson and
Moonhead. Soon, Hollies' manager Robin Britten took the band under his wings and
during 1974, Cirkus recorded their debut, entitled "One", and just 1000 copies were
pressed up. It is widely regarded as the most musically accomplished private pressing
of its kind to emerge out of the UK's then burgeoning progressive music scene of the
early 70's.
"One" was produced by veteran from the (early) Beatles and Hollies, Ron Richards.
All the tracks were laid down virtually live and then the overdubs and vocals were
added in later sessions. Enhanced string and choir parts, written by Tony Hymas, were
also added later and followed the mellotron lines.