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TriumviratIllusions On A Double Dimple

Label:Harvest – 1C 062-29 491, EMI Electrola – 1C 062-29 491
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:Germany
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Prog Rock

Tracklist

Illusions On A Double Dimple(23:11)
A1Flashback
A2Schooldays
A3Triangle
A4Illusions
A5Dimplicity
A6Last Dance
Mister Ten Percent(21:21)
B1Maze
B2Dawning
B3Bad Deal
B4Roundabout
B5Lucky Girl
B6Million Dollars
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Recorded at EMI-Electrola Studios Cologne, between June & October 1973.

℗ 1974
Made in Germany
On the back cover The Cologne Oera House Orchestra:
Violins: J. Keusgen, K. Löhe, G. Römling, R. Maschke, P. Schöllmann, J. Baum, M. Völker, W. Lindenau, B. Buday, F. Zimmermann, M. Naketen, W. Camphausen
Violas: E. Nippes, J. Ippen, H. Hoffmann, H. Röseler
Celli: H. Plümacher, O. Weidermann, G. Eckartz, E. Hillmann

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1, stamped (5 is hard to recognize because it sits on a ridge just before the label)): 23 431 A-15
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2, stamped): 23 431 B-1

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Illusions On A Double Dimple (LP, Album, Stereo)HarvestSHSP 4030UK1974
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Illusions On A Double Dimple (LP, Album)Harvest1 J 062-29491Spain1974
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Illusions On A Double Dimple (LP, Album, Stereo, Jacksonville Pressing)HarvestST-11311US1974
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Illusions On A Double Dimple (LP, Album)HarvestSHVL-1022Brazil1974
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Illusions On A Double Dimple (LP, Album)HarvestSHVL 7004New Zealand1974

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nopussyfooting's avatar
I have a Winchester and Los Angeles USA pressing and they're both massively off-center. Extremely visible but sadly also audible, particularly in piano segments and near the center of the record. Maybe find a different version if bothered by this.
markpotato's avatar
markpotato
Pretty much a blend of early Yes and Emerson Lake and Palmer, some parts are really cool but it doesn't make up for the cheesy parts which are quite bad. The vocals are unappealing.