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Instincts (1977) - Adrian Wagner

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Adrian Wagner

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Side One:
Where Are We Going?Instrumental
  Running Time: 3:46
  Comments: Cut at Abbey Road. Remix at Phonogram Studios, London.
  Running Time: 2:41
  Comments: Engineered at Riverside Recordings, London.
High Seas
  Running Time: 3:11
  Comments: Engineered at Riverside Recordings, London.
Love Theme
  Running Time: 3:24
  Comments: Engineered at Riverside Recordings, London.
  Running Time: 3:07
  Comments: Engineered at Riverside Recordings, London.
Side Two:
There's Another Summer Coming
  Running Time: 4:45
  Comments: Engineered at Riverside Recordings, London.
Machu Picchu
  Running Time: 3:42
  Comments: Engineered at Riverside Recordings, London.
Above The Horizon
  Running Time: 1:51
  Comments: Engineered at Riverside Recordings, London.
Leaving It All Behind
  Running Time: 4:44
  Comments: Engineered at Riverside Recordings, London.
    Guest Appearances »

Mel Collins, Karen Friedman, Karen Friedman, Dari Lalou, Dari Lalou, Morris/Maurice Pert, Casey Synge, Casey Synge, Thunderthighs, Bob Weston

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Import Vinyl/CD Album

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Steve Lillywhite (Engineer), John Edwards (Songwriter), Adrian Wagner (Songwriter), Frank Sansom (Art Direction), John Edwards (Produced By), Adrian Wagner (Engineered By), A.D. Design (Artwork), Chris Blair (Cut By)

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    Catalogue Number »

CAS 1124

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    Liner Notes »

With many thanks to Mel Collins, Morris Pert, Thunderthighs, Bob Weston & John Edwards for help.

With special thanks to Howard Blake for his Patience and Endurance after the soaking he received in the Pool, and to Martin Davies for his financial assistance and interest.

Last but by no means least BUNNY-the artificial head.

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Marketed by Charisma Records Ltd.
(C) (P) 1977 Charisma Records Ltd.
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Manufactured and Distributed by Phonogram Ltd.

Printed by James Obton Ltd., England

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New age ahead of it's time
Review written by John Fitzgerald, February 26th, 2005

Monotonal and repeated synth and keyboard passages drive this new age album from 1977 to successful effect. Although one can't hear Bob's guitar very well, it's still smooth, atmospheric, suspenseful stuff. The opener "Where are we going?" is my favorite and the last song on the side which is the one tune with vocals "Amazon" is the worst song. This reminds me somewhat of Tangerine Dream's work especially their "Cyclone" album which was not well received because of it's use of vocals too. The rest is very worth while. "Waterbrook" & "Love theme" are pretty pleasant mellower pieces while "There's another summer coming" has a feel not unlike the beginning of Pink Floyd's "Shine on you crazy diamond" and "Machu picchu" is a rhythm experiment which is a nice break from the keyboards for a few minutes. Not the best of it's genere but a nice different addition to the Mac catalogue.

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Adrian Wagner has since confirmed that although Bob Weston is listed for "Guitars (Side 1)" in the album's liner notes, the only track on side one he appears on is indeed "Amazon".

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Discography entry submitted by Marty Adelson & Adrian Wagner.