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Escalator (album)

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Released  March 1969
Artist  Sam Gopal
Label  Stable
Producer  Trevor Walters
Release date  March 1969
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Recorded  De-Lane Lea 10 Oct - 26 Nov & Morgan Sound 10-12-15 Nov 1968
Genres  Rock music, Psychedelic rock
Similar  Lemmy albums, Rock music albums

Escalator helicopter full album


Escalator is the only album by the Sam Gopal band, released in 1969 on the small Stable Records label. The band also released a single "Horse", with the B-side a Willie Dixon cover "Back Door Man", just before the release of the album, which the re-released album includes as bonus tracks. Ian Fraser Kilmister, later known as Lemmy, joined the band after playing in The Rockin' Vickers, but appears as Ian Willis, as he was considering changing his surname to that of his stepfather George Willis.

Contents

01 hotel overture


Track listing

All tracks written by composed by the band except where indicated..

Personnel

  • Sam Gopal: tabla, percussion; drums in "Season of the Witch" and "Midsummer Night's Dream"
  • Ian Willis (Lemmy Kilmister): vocals, lead & rhythm guitar
  • Roger D'Elia: lead & rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar in "Yesterlove"
  • Phil Duke: bass guitar
  • Songs

    1Cold Embrace3:20
    2The Dark Lord3:41
    3The Sky Is Burning2:31

    References

    Escalator (album) Wikipedia


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