Download Nick Mason - Nick Mason's Fictitious Sports
|3||Boo To You Too||3:24|
|4||I Was Wrong||4:10|
|5||I'm A Mineralist||6:14|
|6||Can't Get My Motor To Start||3:35|
|7||Do Ya ?||4:29|
|SHSP 4116, 0C 062-64 216, TM 8102 RS||Nick Mason||Nick Mason's Fictitious Sports (LP, Album)||Harvest, Harvest, Harvest||SHSP 4116, 0C 062-64 216, TM 8102 RS||UK||1981|
|14C 062-64216||Nick Mason||Nick Mason's Fictitious Sports (LP, Album)||Harvest||14C 062-64216||Greece||1981|
|PC37307||Nick Mason||Nick Mason's Fictitious Sports (LP, Album)||Columbia||PC37307||US||1981|
|SBP 237635||Nick Mason||Nick Mason's Fictitious Sports (LP, Album)||CBS||SBP 237635||Australia||1981|
|WK 75070||Nick Mason||Nick Mason's Fictitious Sports (CD, Album, RM, Unofficial)||Sony Music Special Products||WK 75070||Russia||Unknown|
- Artwork – Geoff Halpin, Hipgnosis
- Bass – Steve Swallow
- Clarinet, Flute – Gary Windo
- Guitar – Chris Spedding
- Harmonica, Clavinet – Terry Adams (tracks: 1)
- Lead Vocals – Robert Wyatt
- Mixed By – James Guthrie
- Piano – Terry Adams (tracks: 5)
- Producer, Drums, Percussion, Engineer [Recorded By] – Nick Mason
- Producer, Keyboards – Carla Bley
- Remastered By – Don Meehan
- Trombone – Gary Valente
- Trumpet, Engineer [Recorded By] – Michael Mantler
- Tuba – Howard Johnson
- Vocals – Karen Kraft
- Words By, Music By – Carla Bley
Released on the "Collector's Series" subsidiary label.
Recorded at Grog Kill Studio,Willow,New York by Michael Mantler,assisted by Nick Mason.
Mixed at Village Recorders and the Producer's Workshop, Los-Angeles,California by James Guthrie.
Carla Bley and Michael Mantler appear courtesy of Watt Works,Inc.
Produced by Nick Mason and Carla Bley.
All Words and Music by Carla Bley.
Originally released as Columbia #FC 37307
Digitally Remastered by Don Meehan.
Collector's Series is a trademark of Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
- Barcode: 766927507021
- Matrix / Runout: DIDP-078081 1 °°° °°°°°
- Manufactured By – DADC – DIDP-078081
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