Randall Kennedy ‎– Scenes From Redemption (Pts. 1 & 2)

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Calypso Now ‎– none
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Cassette, Album
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A1 Enorma Jones
Bass, Backing Vocals – Brother TonyDrums, Percussion – Brother DaveKeyboards – Brother RayProducer – A Produce
A2 Smith's Room
Bass, Backing Vocals – Brother TonyDrums, Percussion – Brother DaveKeyboards – Brother RayProducer – A Produce
A3 Sit Beside The Leper
Strings, Producer – A ProduceSynthesizer, Effects, Percussion – An Bene
A4 Haunting Melody...Flaming
A5 That Does It
Guitar, Producer – A Produce
A6 Doomed To Meet
Producer – A ProduceSynthesizer – An Bene
B1 Dreams (Phases 1/2/3)
Bass – Alex GibsonSaxophone – Doug WiselmanSynthesizer – Tone (26)
B2 Graceview Trace
Bass – Alex GibsonSaxophone – Doug WiselmanSynthesizer – Tone (26)
B3 Let's Do It
Bass – Alex GibsonSaxophone – Doug WiselmanSynthesizer – Tone (26)
B4 A Rise From The Ruins
Bass, Producer – Marvin Etzione*Clarinet, Percussion – Bryan Daly (2)Guitar, Effects – Mark 9Synthesizer, Effects – Tone
B6 Enorma Jones (Revisited)
Bass – Mark 9Guitar, Producer – Marvin Etzione*Synthesizer, Effects – Tone

Credits

  • Vocals, Written By [Poetry]Randall Kennedy (tracks: A1 to A6, B1 to B6)

Notes

Part 1, (Side A) 1980-81
Recorded and produced by A Produce at Lantern Enclosures and various venues around Los Angeles.

Part 2, (Side B) 1982-83
B1-3 recorded live at Al's Bar 8/83, B4, 5 recorded at Program Studios, Hollywood.

"Scenes of Redemption" a book of poetry/prose containing the complete text of all the pieces on this tape plus other works was also available separately from Kennedy.

This tape, like all other Trance Port releases, comes packaged in a fold out cardboard sleeve with edition number stamped on it,and insert with release notes enclosed. Packaged by Independent Projects.

Originally released by Trance Port Tapes in 1983, licensed to Calypso Now. Tapes were manufactured in Switzerland with original cover material from the U.S.

How to spot the difference between the original US and the Calypso Now release: The original used tape of ferro quality (light brown), while Calypso Now used chrome tape (very dark brown). Covers were sent from US, numbered.

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