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A Million Vacations

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Released  1979
Length  39:10
Release date  1979
Genre  Rock music
Recorded  Phase one Studios
Artist  Max Webster
Label  Anthem Records
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Producer  John de Nottbeck and Max Webster
A Million Vacations (1979)  Universal Juveniles (1980)
Similar  Max Webster albums, Rock music albums

Max webster a million vacations


A Million Vacations was the fourth album by Canadian rock band Max Webster. The record was released in 1979. The hit songs "A Million Vacations", "Let Go the Line", and "Paradise Skies" remain as Canadian Classic rock radio station staples. The album was certified platinum by the Canadian Recording Industry Association.

Contents

Max webster paradise skies


Track listing

  1. "Paradise Skies" (Kim Mitchell, Pye Dubois) – 3:15
  2. "Charmonium" (Terry Watkinson) – 4:15
  3. "Night Flights" (Watkinson, Dubois) – 3:02
  4. "Sun Voices" (Mitchell, Dubois) – 4:50
  5. "Moon Voices" (Mitchell) – 3:05
  6. "A Million Vacations" (Gary McCracken, Dubois) – 3:10
  7. "Look Out" (Mitchell, Dubois) – 4:53
  8. "Let Go the Line" (Watkinson) – 3:25
  9. "Rascal Houdi" (Mitchell, Dubois) – 3:28
  10. "Research (At Beach Resorts)" (Mitchell, Dubois) – 4:45

The lead track "Paradise Skies' was released by Capitol-EMI Records Britain as a picture disc single that featured "The Party" from their previous album "Mutiny Up My Sleeve"

Personnel

  • Kim Mitchell – guitars and vocals
  • Gary McCracken – drums, percussion and vocals
  • Dave Myles – bass guitar
  • Terry Watkinson – keyboards and vocals
  • This album was released in the US and Europe on Capitol Records with alternate artwork as the postcards on the front were removed and the graphics shifted down, the back cover wasn't touched up much
  • Songs

    1Paradise Skies3:29
    2Charmonium4:19
    3Night Flights3:05

    References

    A Million Vacations Wikipedia


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