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The A-10 - Automatic Man album

The A-10 - Automatic Man album
  • Performer The A-10
  • Title Automatic Man
  • Date of release 2003
  • Style Alternative Rock
  • Other formats TTA MOD AIFF MPC AAC WMA AA
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1464 mb
  • Size FLAC 1479 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 437

Producer – Automatic Man, Lou Casabianca. Producer, Engineer – Keith Harwood. Tape Op – Bari Sage, Dave Jordan, Guy Bidmead, Jeremy Gee. Notes. Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Santa Maria pressing with embossed cover. 1976 Island Records, Inc. All selections published by Island Music/Automatic Man Publishing Co. (BMI) except: A4, B1 to B4 published by Island Music/Automatic Man Publishing C. Astral World Music (BMI). Matrix, Runout (A Side Etched): 1S ILPS-9397-A-1A CSM.

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He moved to London, England to record the 1976 album Automatic Man with guitarist Pat Thrall, bass guitarist Doni Harvey and keyboardist Todd Cochran (billed as Bayete)  . Shrieve has also collaborated with David Beal, Andy Summers, Steve Roach, Jonas Hellborg, Buckethead, Douglas September, and others

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What about the night, Makes you change, yeah, Oh, from sweet, To deranged? What about my voice, Tells you who, Who's been wrong to you? Yeah, You've got pains, Like an addict, I'm leavin' you, You've got pains, Like an addict, 10 . hey, I see darkness cover us, alright, And your car, Kicks up dust, What about my way, Makes you doubt, All these words from my mouth? Here we go, Yeah, You've got pains, Like an addict, I'm leavin' you, You've got pains, Like an addict, 10 .

Listen free to Automatic Man – Automatic Man (Atlantis Rising Fanfare, Comin' Through and more). Automatic Man was an American 1970s progressive rock quartet from San Francisco which also featured elements of funk, space music, psychedelic rock, heavy metal, Krautrock, Musique concrete, art rock and Santana-inspired jazz fusion. Initially a side project of Santana's drummer Michael Shrieve, Automatic Man brought together well respected musicians of diverse backgrounds within the rock, funk and jazz communities of the mid-1970s.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 New Nowhere
2 Bordertown
3 Last Goodbye
4 Female Trouble
5 Never Fall
6 Sitting In The Jungle
7 Burning
8 Liquid Sound Of Dreams
9 Coloured Lights
10 What's Wrong ?
11 The Malay
Lyrics By – Emily Dickinson
12 Automatic Man

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Acme Studio
  • Copyright (c) – The A-10
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – The A-10

Credits

  • Bass – Romano Pasquini
  • Cover – Ana Carril*
  • Drums, Vocals – Pippo Pasquini
  • Guitar – Stefano Costantini
  • Lyrics By – The A-10 (tracks: 1 to 10, 12)
  • Lyrics By [Additional] – Rocio Esteva Yanez (tracks: 4)
  • Mixed By – Merche
  • Music By – The A-10
  • Photography By – Francesca Di Mattia
  • Producer – The A-10
  • Recorded By – Mauro*, Simone*
  • Vocals – Ana Carril Obiols

Notes

all songs C & P by THE A-10
Recorded at Acme Studio (Rome), mixed in Madrid.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: J-1140-Z