Michael Garrison ‎– Eclipse

Windspell Records ‎– WS 112882, Windspell Records ‎– WS112882
Vinyl, LP, Album


A1 Departure 3:52
A2 Airborn 11:22
A3 Celestial Nights 2:28
B1 Visions 4:48
B2 Take A Chance 3:30
B3 Animation 2:23
B4 For You And Me 4:18

Companies, etc.



Includes printed inner sleeve with lyrics.

[Inner sleeve]
All lyrics © 1982 Garrisongs Music Inc.

All titles recorded at the Snowcrest Bend, Oregon.
Front cover photography by Katy Flanagan and Gary Grimm of Mountain Visions Allegany, Oregon.
All songs registered and published by Garrisongs Music B.M.I.
P.O. Box 5382-Bend, Oregon 97708

Special thanks to Wolfgang Eisele of Ariola Eurodisc Munich, Germany and Helmuth Schmidt of Siebenpunkt Verlags Publishing, Munich.
Also special thanks to JEM Records Bob Say (west) and Rick Lawler (est), Wakefield Manufacturing and Greenworld Records, Shari Barna, Katy Flanagan, Performance music systems, Archie Patterson, Klaus and Klaus in Wissen, and all European and U.S.A. journalists and correspondents.

[Back sleeve]
℗ © 1982 Windspell Records

WS 112882

Copyright 1982 Garrisongs BMI

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, hand-etched, WM logo stamped): WS II2882 A' WM 40068A FF
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, hand-etched, WM logo stamped): WS II2882 B² WM 40068B

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
205 128 Michael Garrison Eclipse(LP, Album, RP) Ariola 205 128 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
205 128, 205 128-320 Michael Garrison Eclipse(LP, Album) Ariola, Ariola 205 128, 205 128-320 Europe 1982 Sell This Version
EC 83 CD Michael Garrison Eclipse(CD, Album) Windspell Music EC 83 CD US 1991 Sell This Version
WS 112883 Michael Garrison Eclipse(Cass, Album) Windspell Records WS 112883 US 1983 Sell This Version
EC 83 CD Michael Garrison Eclipse(CD, Album, RE) Windspell Music EC 83 CD US Unknown Sell This Version



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October 11, 2017

File under "Berlin School electronica" by way of a private press record from Bend, Oregon. Side A is all top-shelf Berlin School spaciness while side B continues the trip with the addition of some relatively dreamy (and not too drecky!) female vocals. An overall really cool record and one that likely flew under most folks radar. Can still be found for cheap, too!