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🎤 Nektar - Remember The Future MP3

  • Performer: Nektar
  • Title: Remember The Future
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: US
  • Record source: Vinyl, LP, Album
  • Released: 1974
  • Style: Space Rock, Psychedelic Rock
  • Label: Passport Records
  • Cat#: PPSD-98002
  • MP3 album: 2673 mb
  • FLAC album: 1556 mb
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 015
🎤 Nektar - Remember The Future MP3

Tracklist

1Let It Grow3:20
2Confusion3:43
3Path Of Light4:17
4Returning Light1:45
5Questions And Answers5:07
6Images Of The Past2:47
7Tomorrow Never Comes2:08
8Recognition3:18
9Wheel Of Time5:15
10Remember The Future5:11


Credits

  • Bass, VocalsDerek Moore
  • Drums, Percussion, VocalsRon Howden
  • EngineerBarry Hammond
  • Guitar, Lead VocalsRoye Albrighton
  • Keyboards, VocalsAllan Freeman
  • Lighting [Lights]Mick Brockett
  • Mixed ByDieter Dierks
  • ProducerPeter Hauke
  • Producer, Music By, Lyrics ByNektar
  • Bass, VocalsDerek "Mo" Moore
  • Design [Cover Design]Wenske
  • Drums, Percussion, VocalsRon Howden
  • EngineerBarry Hammond
  • Guitar, Lead VocalsRoye Albrighton
  • Keyboards, VocalsAllan "Taff" Freeman
  • Mastered ByRobert Ludwig
  • Mixed ByDieter Dierks
  • Photography ByDieter Weis
  • ProducerNektar, Peter Hauke


Notes

Recorded August 1973 at Chipping Norton Studio, Chipping Norton. Mix and SQ-Encodation at Dierks Studios, Stommeln, Germany.
Originally released 1973 on Bacillus Records (BLPS 19164 Q).

On CD:
℗ 1987
Digital Mastering
Made by Interpress
West-Germany

On cover:
℗ 1973

Manufactured and distributed by BellaphonGatefold Cover
Recorded in August 1973 at Chipping Norton Studio, England.
Mastered at Sterling Sound.
Remix at Dierks Studio, Stommeln, West-Germany

Special Thanks to Dr. Voigt for mental assistance
Barry for patience and endurance
Family Zimmermann, Michel, Nektar Management, Vinnie, Tommie, Klaus
And also "The Man Band" (for coming to Germany).

Very special thanks to Channy without whose help we couldn't survive.
P 1973 Bellaphon Records
C 1974 Passport Records / marketed by ABC Records, Inc. Los Angeles, Ca , 90048, N.Y. 10019
Printed in U.S.A.

Remember The Future is basically one long track : Part I (16:38) and Part II (18:55).


Album

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Reviews of the Nektar - Remember The Future (1):
Mpapa
Beware the 1987 CD mix of this music on Bellaphon. I gave mine away. They used half of the quadraphonic tapes to master the CD and the guitar is non-exsistent. Look for the "Nektar Approved" version or buy the original LP.

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