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Flying

by Expandis

classic 80's synth based pop / rock. Featuring Phil Thornton on vocals plus a collection of instrumentals from 1983 !
Genre: Electronic: Electronica
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1. A Real Fire
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2. Framing Myself
2:06 $0.99
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3. Some People
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4. Nine Percent
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5. Build a Machine
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6. Colonade
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7. Flying 1 and 2
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8. Flying 3
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9. Spindizzy
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10. Flying 4
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11. Touchdown
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12. Beachcombing
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
My first solo album!
its under the 'Expandis' banner to make sure it is not confused with my 1987 album of the same name ! - .... also its got more than a touch of that Expandis sound !

First released in 1983 on cassette and sold at Gigs, around 1985 the master tapes were lost.
Recently the master tapes have been found plus a suitable reel to reel tape recorder (7½ ips ¼ track) for play back.
Very much in the same style as Expandis, this album features a mix of songs, instrumentals and synthesiser work outs!
The instruments used on this album included the usual 'Expandis' synthesisers plus a hired Sequential Circuits Prophet 5 and a borrowed Multimoog and Hohner Clavinet.
Tracks 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 were inspired by the 'Cities in Flight' stories by James Blish.

for more info please visit my website !

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