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|Roll 'Em Bowl 'Em - In 3 Movements||3:04|
|A1a||Part 1 - 2 Organs|
|A1b||Part 2 - Electronic Whistling/Acoustic Guitar/Wind|
|A1c||Part 3 - 2 Acoustic Guitars/Electronics|
|A2||Duet For Two And Street Market||2:47|
|A4||Waiting For Life||1:16|
|A5||The Middle Of Whose Night?
Tenor Vocals [Counter-tenor] – Geoffrey Mitchell
|A6||Wrap A Keyboard Round A Plant||3:17|
|A7||Twist And Knit For Two Guitars||2:25|
|A8||Up Above My Heart||2:01|
|B1||A Cymbal And Much Electronics||2:39|
|B2||To Roger Waters Wherever You Are||2:59|
|B3||Mr Peugeot's Trot||1:11|
|B5||Concrete Line Up||2:20|
|B6||Rise Up Sebastian!||2:27|
|B8||Can't You Stop That Thing?||2:37|
Bright-eyed thanks to:
Pete Townshend for encouragement and financial backing to make this presentation of this LP possible.
John Peel for encouragement through the years.
Geoffrey Mitchell (counter-tenor) whose voice floats upon 'The middle of whose night?'
Jeremy Dale Roberts who kindly lent his right hand in 'On-through-out-up'.
British Petroleum Co. Ltd. for kind permission to use music specially composed for 'The Dawn of Motoring' documentary film in their 'History of the Motor Car' series. (Roll 'em bowl 'em / Mr Peugeot's trot)
James Archibald and Associates for kind permission to use music specially composed for films (On-through-out-up / Concrete line up / Looming view)
All pieces composed and recorded by Ron Geesin. All piece, except 'The middle of whose night?' and 'On-through-out-up' performed musically and electronically by Ron Geesin.
Some copies are on translucent red vinyl when held to bright light.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): RON 28 A1 A1A
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): RON 28 B1 A1A
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, runout, etched, variant 2): RON 28 A1 A1B
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, runout, etched, variant 2): RON 28 B1 A1B