Phantom (36) ‎– Phantom's Divine Comedy Part 1

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One Way Records (6) ‎– S21-56842, CEMA Special Markets ‎– S21-56842
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CD reissue on an album originally released in 1974.

Produced for Hideout Productions.

Engineering & mixing at Map "A" PA Studios
Mastered at HDH Studios.

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  • Barcode: 0777-7-56842-2-3
  • Matrix / Runout: 56842-2 MO 53204F Y 1-1-1 CAPITOL JAX

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aguziel

aguziel

April 7, 2010
An LP record called Phantom's Divine Comedy was released also in 1974. This was rumored to be Jim Morrison singing with an anonymous band with the names of "drummer X, bassist Y, and keyboardist Z". The music reportedly resembled Jim Morrison's sound quite well. All this again added and sparked the rumor mills, and stirred public fascination.

The vocals,guitar,songwriting and some of the keys was the Late Arthur Pendragon ,Michigan native. There are a few
photo's of Arthur and Ray Manzarek and Iggy Pop. The rest of the
players. Jim Roland...Drums Harold Breedlees ...Bass and Russ Klat.....Keys.
Recorded at Pampa studio's Warren Mi..

Thanks to Gary Gawinek for the info!
Walpurgis

Walpurgis

July 20, 2009
These people who claim to be "The Phantom" or a part of the group or of the LP making are nothing more than pathetic lier's! They need to get a life! The real people who involved in this wonderful group worked very hard to make a career out of performing and recording their fantastic music. They spent many years performing in the Detroit area as "Walpurgis". Before getting screwed by their management and record labels. I find these other jerks that are also from Detroit, completely disgusting

John Bdanjeck,Tom Carson, Dennis Craner, Mike DeMartino, and Gary Meisner!
Have never had anything to do with "PHANTOM"S DIVINE COMEDY".