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    Cressida (3)Trapped In Time: The Lost Tapes

    Label:Esoteric Recordings – ECLEC2347
    CD, Album, Remastered
    Style:Prog Rock


    1To Play Your Little Game3:09
    2Winter Is Coming Again3:51
    5Sad Eyed Fairy3:15
    6Lights In My Mind3:15
    7Let Them Come When They Will3:40
    9Only Earthman In Town3:40
    10Down Down4:29
    11Mental State3:39
    12Silent Light5:03
    13Situation (Alternate Version)3:43

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    All tracks recorded live at Central Sound Studios, Denmark Street, London 1969

    First released November 2011 by Record Collector Magazine under their Rare Vinyl Series.
    Tracks 12 & 13 are bonus tracks.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode (Printed Text): 5 013929 434745 >
    • Barcode (Scanned): 5013929434745
    • Matrix / Runout: | ECLEC2347 | *055742 |
    • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LD11
    • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5Q92

    Other Versions (3)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Needs Changes
    Trapped In Time: The Lost Tapes (LP, Limited Edition, Numbered)Record Collector MagazineRCLP002UK2011
    New Submission
    Choices (LP, Album, Compilation)MellotronenMELLOLP 15Sweden2013
    New Submission
    Trapped In Time: The Lost Tapes (CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered, SHM-CD, Mini LP sleeve)Belle AntiqueBELLE 172716Japan2017

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    Edited one year ago
    I thought it would sound a lot better because of the remaster. It's close to AM radio or like listening in front of an old portable reel-to-reel tape recorder. (And that's where these recordings are from.) But it has its own charm. And once you get into the sound it is such a great album. Such beautiful, driving demo recordings packed full of energy with so many haunting melodies. I guess almost every track was recorded live. Meanwhile I prefer this one much over the official albums!

    It features the guitar a bit more prominent. Some chords and vocals vary from the later albums. 'Depression' and 'Let Them Come When They Will' are much more focused. So great! 'Sad Eyed Fairy' is a pop tune that's close to the Moody Blues (even though the bridge always gives me that 'We're Going Wrong' Cream feeling). 'Situation' comes twice in a totally different arrangement. The first one (written and played by John Heyworth) has a nice middle section with a driving guitar/bass meldody that was later omitted. The second recording of the track is the only song here played by later guitar player John Culley who added a more straight intro. This later 'Situation' was a recording for a single that was never released, the sound is a bit better - I presume it could be from an acetat.