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Tarquin's seaweed farm

a Studio release
by
Porcupine Tree

Release Year: 1989

Date Label Catalog # Comments
This music was a private release on cassette and first recordings of Porcupine Tree. What follows is from PT site:
    Subtitled "Words from a Hessian Sack". 80 minute tape - private pressing with booklet - reissued by Delerium in 1991 in a limited edition of 300 copies.Most of these tracks appeared either on the album "On the Sunday of Life..." or the limited edition CD "Yellow Hedgerow Dreamscape". However, for the CD issue tracks 3 and 4/5 were retitled "Third Eye Surfer" and "On the Sunday of Life..." respectively. Also the version of "Mute" here is an earlier mix.
Added To Proggnosis Database on: 9/18/2002 12:00:00 AM
Entry Last Updated on: 11/15/2010 7:16:00 AM by: Rob
    Side-A
  1. Music for the Head - here (2.48)
  2. Jupiter Island (6.13)
  3. Nun's Cleavage - left (2.48)
  4. Clarinet Vignette (1.22)
  5. Nun's Cleavage -right (1.00)
  6. Space Transmission (3.05)
  7. Message from a Self-Destructing Turnip (0.30)
  8. Radioactive Toy (5.55)
  9. Towel (3.36)
  10. Wastecoat (1.12)
  11. Mute (8.11)
  12. Music for the Head - there (1.31)
    Side-B
  1. No Reason to Live, No Reason to Die (11.20)
  2. Daughters in Excess (6.54)
    • The Cross
    • Hole
    • Yellow Hedgerow Dreamscape (20.52)
Steven WilsonThe Porcupine Tree
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Flute, Koto, vocals
Sir Tarquin Underspoon
Organ, Electric Piano, Synthesisers, Vocals
Mr Jelly
Bass
The Evaporating Flan
Drums, Percussion, Drum Computer and Speaks
Timothy Tadpole-Jones
Acoustic Guitar, Percussion
Sebastian Tweetle-Blampton III
operates the delay circuits, mixing desk
Solomon St. Jemain
Guitar on 'Wastecoat', Drum Computer on 'Towel' and speaks
Master Timothy Masters
Oboe, Cor Anglais

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