Following the commercial failure of 1972's "70 Mauve" album, Bingo Sputnik retreated to his mother's home in Bournemouth, England. Here, he found inspiration from long sittings on a bench overlooking the English Channel and conversations with a retired musical theatre actor. Before long, The Tin Satellites gathered once again to record an album of songs financed by the remortgaging of Bingo's mother's house.
Read more about the production of this obscure album in the accompanying pdf.
released June 12, 1973
Vocals, vibraphone, organs, Moog, mellotron:
Electric guitars, string arrangements: Darren Birch
Bass: Lee McCardle
Piano: Kevin Crow
Drums: Wayne Wooley
Electric Piano: Martin Watts
Produced & arranged by Bingo Sputnik
Engineered by Mike Cross at
Sweet Sounds Studios, Poole, England
April - May 1973