Nick Mason & Rick Fenn ‎– Profiles

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A1 Malta
Brass [Emulator] – Craig PruessPiano – Aja Fenn
6:00
A2 Lie For A Lie
Vocals – David Gilmour, Maggie ReillyWritten-By – Danny Peyronel
3:16
A3 Rhoda 3:22
Profiles 9:58
A4-1 Profiles (Part1)
A4-2 Profiles (Part2)
B1 Israel
Vocals, Written-By – Danny Peyronel
3:30
B2 And The Address
Saxophone – Mel Collins
2:45
B3 Mumbo Jumbo
Saxophone – Mel Collins
3:53
B4 Zip Code 3:05
B5 Black Ice
Saxophone – Mel Collins
3:37
B6 At The End Of The Day 2:35
B7 Profiles (Part3) 1:55

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Notes

Special thanks Aja Fenn (intro on "Malta").
Recorded and mixed at Britannia Row Studios №1
and Basement Studios SW14.

Engineering Assisted by Laura and Tim.

℗ & © 1985 Original Sound recordings made by Pink Floyd Music Ltd
UPC-BARCODE # : 0 7464 - 40142 -1 02

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FC 40142 Mason* + Fenn* Mason* + Fenn* - Profiles(LP, Album) Columbia FC 40142 US 1985 Sell This Version
2403761 Nick Mason & Rick Fenn Nick Mason & Rick Fenn - Profiles(LP, Album) Harvest 2403761 Portugal 1985 Sell This Version
20.719 Nick Mason + Rick Fenn Nick Mason + Rick Fenn - Perfiles(LP, Album) Columbia, Discos CBS 20.719 Argentina 1985 Sell This Version
231.151 Nick Mason & Rick Fenn Nick Mason & Rick Fenn - Profiles(LP, Album) CBS 231.151 Brazil Unknown Sell This Version
A40142 Nick Mason & Rick Fenn Nick Mason & Rick Fenn - Profiles(CD, Album) Sony Music A40142 US Unknown Sell This Version

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October 5, 2016
I've always partnered this album with Zee: Identity for some reason. Mainly they're both 80's synth-pop/prog rock albums. This album is very catchy and heavily uses the Yamaha DX7 FM synthesis (like...a lot). Lie for a Lie is my favourite song on the album (and the extended version) along with the opening track Malta. Sadly I think the songs are too short, but it's the quality versus quantity right?...RIGHT???