Supertramp ‎– Slow Motion

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
7243 5 38624 2 8 Supertramp Slow Motion(CD, Album) EMI 7243 5 38624 2 8 Europe 2002 Sell This Version
7243 5 38624 2 8 Supertramp Slow Motion(CD, Album) EMI 7243 5 38624 2 8 Europe 2002 Sell This Version
7243 5 38624 2 8 Supertramp Slow Motion(CD, Album, Unofficial) EMI (2) 7243 5 38624 2 8 Russia 2002 Sell This Version
7243 5 38624 4 2 Supertramp Slow Motion(Cass, Album) Gala Records (5) 7243 5 38624 4 2 Ukraine 2002 Sell This Version
7243 5 38624 4 2 Supertramp Slow Motion(Cass, Album) EMI 7243 5 38624 4 2 Europe 2002 Sell This Version
7243 5 38624 4 2 Supertramp Slow Motion(Cass, Album) EMI 7243 5 38624 4 2 Indonesia 2002 Sell This Version
7243 5 38624 4 2 Supertramp Slow Motion(Cass, Album) Gala Records (5) 7243 5 38624 4 2 Russia 2002 Sell This Version
RR MC-986963 Supertramp Slow Motion(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Revers Records RR MC-986963 Russia 2002 Sell This Version
none Supertramp Slow Motion(CD, Album, Unofficial) EMI (2) none Russia Unknown Sell This Version
LXZ03SupTr Supertramp Slow Motion(CD, Album, Unofficial) EMI (2) LXZ03SupTr Russia Unknown Sell This Version
7243 5 38624 2 8 Supertramp Slow Motion(CD, Album, Unofficial) EMI (2) 7243 5 38624 2 8 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
538625 2 8 Supertramp Slow Motion(CD, Comp, Unofficial) EMI (2), Invisible Halahup 538625 2 8 Russia Unknown Sell This Version

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XISMZERO

XISMZERO

October 13, 2017
referencing Slow Motion, CD, Album, 7243 5 38624 2 8
Some scathing horn solos and conversations between vet sax man Helliwell and trumpet by Thornburg on a few tracks here. A gem album for those who felt shorted by much of the former album. One for those who favor Davies' vocals, jazz and blues influence for sure.
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sposato

March 24, 2010
edited over 8 years ago
referencing Slow Motion, CD, Album, 7243 5 38624 2 8
This is the last Supertramp studio album that may ever be released. It is a bit anti-climatic. The title track's OK, but then it's not as exciting. For the first time since 'Free as a Bird', Rick Davies dominates all the songs. On "Goldrush" he reunites with original guitarist and lyricist Richard Palmer-James (who later worked with King Crimson), though it's nothing like on the first album. This album leans towards jazz and blues as usual with Davies at the helm, though not like Steely Dan. It may be no wonder Capitol/EMI or any other major label in the States didn't pick it up, leaving the band to release it themselves in the US and Canada while completing their EMI contract in the old country. Then there would be the last tour (another is announced for 2010), and the band quietly split after that (as Mark Hart informed me once).