Mick Softley ‎– Sunrise

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CBS ‎– 64098, CBS ‎– S 64098
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Vinyl, Album, LP
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A1 Can You Hear Me Now?
Backing Vocals [Backing Singers] – Lesley Duncan, Sue Wheatman*, Sunny Wheatman*Bass – Pat DonaldsonDrums – Gerry ConwayElectric Guitar – Jerry DonahuePiano – Tony Cox
A2 Waterfall
A3 Eagle
Flute, Sitar – Lyn DobsonTabla [Tablas] – Ned Balen
A4 Julie Argoyne
Bass – Pat DonaldsonDrums – Gerry ConwayElectric Guitar – Jerry DonahuePiano – Tony Cox
A5 Caravan
A6 If You're Not Part Of The Solution, You Must Be Part Of The Problem
Acoustic Guitar – Barry ClarkeSoprano Saxophone – Lyn DobsonTabla [Tablas] – Ned Balen
A7 Ship
Bass – Pat DonaldsonDrums – Gerry ConwayElectric Guitar – Barry Clarke
B1 You Go Your Way, I'll Go Mine
Bass – Pat DonaldsonDrums – Gerry ConwayElectric Guitar – Jerry Donahue
B2 Birdie, Birdie
B3 Time Machine
Bass – Pat DonaldsonDrums – Gerry ConwayElectric Guitar – Jerry DonahuePiano – Tony CoxSynthesizer – Mike Vickers
B4 On The Road Again
B5 Love Colours
Backing Vocals [Backing Singers] – Lesley Duncan, Sue Wheatman*, Sunny Wheatman*Bass – Chris Lawrence*Tabla [Tablas] – Ned Balen

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Notes

First cat# on cover, second on label.

Recorded at Sound Techniques
Jerry Donahue, Pat Donaldson, Gerry Conway, Courtesy of Island Records
Deepak Printed and made by Quality Stationery Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): S 64098 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): S 64098 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout stamped): S 64098 A1 ∴
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout stamped): S 64098 B2 ∴

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
S 64098 Mick Softley Sunrise(LP, Album) CBS S 64098 Italy 1971 Sell This Version
ECPL-30 Mick Softley Sunrise(LP, Promo) Epic ECPL-30 Japan 1970 Sell This Version

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jonnythefox30

jonnythefox30

June 30, 2018

The inside on my gatefold is upside-down. Can anyone confirm this or is it a miss-print?
Quilled_Investigator

Quilled_Investigator

March 30, 2018
edited about 1 year ago
This isn't psych-rock, closer to loner-folk with a couple folk-rock tracks. The last song, "Love Colours", is an absolutely stellar psych-folk song drenched in Indian influence, using a sitar, tablas and even humming that's comparable in structure to the Dhrupad performance type. The A-side is a touch weaker, definitely the more accessible folk and folk-rock stuff is there, but the finale to this record is spellbinding.
For fans of stuff like Chris Thompson's s/t, this is a must-listen.