Focus in time (1996)

 


 

Format Catalog info Country of origin
CD Patio Music P.M. 96500 The Netherlands

Click here for information about the Japanese pressing of "Focus in Time", released in 1998.

Tracks:
1. HOME VOYAGE
a. Intro (1'59)
b. Where Would I Be (3'22)
c. I'll Make It Up To You (1'58)
d. Extro (0'52)
2. SAUDADE (5'22)
3. NAIL THE SNAKE (3'38)
4. APRES UN REVE (3'53)
5. AM I LOSING YOU (5'24)
6. WILDFLOWER (3'56)
7. ON THE TABLE (3'27)
8. ELEGY (4'54)
9. LAURIE ANNE (2'11)
10. LEADING ME THERE (3'22)
11. I'LL FIND MY OWN WAY HOME (2'34)

 

Line-up  
Jan Akkerman Acoustic & electric guitars
Tom Salisbury Keyboards & programming
Ton Dijkman Drums on "HOME VOYAGE", "APRES UN REVE", "AM I LOSING YOU", "ON THE TABLE" & "I'LL FIND MY OWN WAY HOME"
Manuel Hugas Bass on "NAIL THE SNAKE", "AM I LOSING YOU" & "ON THE TABLE"
Nico Brandsen

Hammond Organ on "NAIL THE SNAKE", "AM I LOSING YOU" & "I'LL FIND MY OWN WAY HOME"

Rick van der Linden Great Church Organ on "LEADING ME THERE"
The Stylus Horns Horns on "NAIL THE SNAKE" (arragement by Philip Kolb) & "SAUDADE" (arrangement by Tom Salisbury)

 

Produced & arranged by Tom Salisbury
Recorded & mixed by Matt Butler
Engineering & production assistance by Peter Mason
Recorded and mixed at Wisseloord Studios, Hilversum, Holland
except the organ on "LEADING ME THERE", recorded by Pieter Nieboer at the Grote Kerk in Naarden, The Netherlands, and the basic tracks of "I'LL FIND MY OWN WAY HOME" recorded by Ronald Prent
Mastered at the Wisseloord Mastering Suite by Sander van der Heide
Design by Concept House & Django Studios Amsterdam
Photography by Sicco Kingma & Rens Benerink
Studio photos by Juliette Ferguson
All songs and adaptions written by M. Muleta and published by LaurieAnne Music, except "APRES UN REVE", "ELEGY" and "I'LL FIND MY OWN WAY HOME", written or adapted by M. Muleta and Tom Salisbury and published by LaurieAnne Music and Support My Music (administered by Warner Basart Music Publishers), "AM I LOSING YOU" written by Coco Montoya.
Jan Akkerman plays guitars by Gibson, Lowden and Robberts' and uses amplifiers by Ernst, Trace and Peavey
© 1996 Patio Music

 


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