Day Of Phoenix ‎– The Neighbour's Son

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Sonet ‎– SLPS 1541
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A1 I'm Feeling So Lonely
Backing Vocals – Karsten*Lead Vocals – Hans*Written-By – Lyng*
2:24
A2 Magic Wind
Backing Vocals – Karsten*, Ole*Lead Vocals – Hans*Written By – Prehn-LyngWritten-By – Lyng*, Prehn*
2:38
A3 Drifting
Bass – Tony ReevesSoloist – Ole*Written-By – Prehn*
1:53
A4 Zombie
Vocals – Hans*, Ole*Written By – Prehn-LyngWritten-By – Lyng*, Prehn*
3:35
A5 Paradox
Backing Vocals – Ole*Vocals – Hans*Written By – Prehn-LyngWritten-By – Lyng*, Prehn*
6:30
B1 It's A Long Way
Soloist – Karsten*Written-By – Lyng*
3:23
B2 Turn Me On
Backing Vocals – Ole*Lead Vocals – Hans*, Karsten*Written-By – Lyng*
3:25
B3 So We Meet Again
Bass – Jess Staehr*Vocals – Hans*, Ole*Written By – Prehn-LyngWritten-By – Lyng*, Prehn*
4:33
B4 Use Your Sense
Backing Vocals ["Use Your Sense" Chorus] – Karsetn*, Ole*Vocals – Hans*, Ole*Written-By – Lyng*
3:57
B5 Our Love Has Ended
Vocals – Hans*, Karsten*Written-By – Lyng*
2:49

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℗ 1972 Sonet / Dansk Grammofon.
Recorded at Ivar Rosenberg Soundtechnic, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Track A1 is just "I'm Feeling Lonely" on center label.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side, stamped): XZAL-11482.P-1W
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side, stamped): XZAL-11483.P-1W
  • Rights Society: NCB

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CHS-R-812 Day Of Phoenix The Neighbour's Son(LP, Album) Chapter 1 CHS-R-812 UK 1972 Sell This Version
00602557859225, UNI 578 592 2 Day Of Phoenix The Neighbour's Son(LP, Album, RE) Universal, Sonet 00602557859225, UNI 578 592 2 Denmark 2018 Sell This Version

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Doc_Smiley

Doc_Smiley

January 30, 2013

Surprisingly inferior follow-up to a vastly superior debut. Where the first LP was a full-out psych-progressive rock endeavour played exceptionally well (without a trace of pop), this LP attempts to offer more in the way of pop rock, but fails on delivery for the most part. Not sure what went wrong here over the course of one year between these releases. Tony Reeves (Colosseum) returns to produce this LP as well, and plays some bass on one cut. Some of the lengthier tracks (over 3:20 - Paradox, So We Meet Again, & Use Your Sense) try to recapture some of the magic found on the debut LP within their instrumental passages, which saves this from a lesser rating. Fans of the debut album, don't expect to find the same here, as this is an entirely different animal.