Archive Collection Volume I

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Archive Collection Volume I is the first vault release from Anthony Phillips. Compiled by Anthony Phillips and Jonathan Dann it is a 2 CD selection of previously unheard pieces and variations recorded between 1969-1990.

It was released on March 30, 1998 on Blueprint Records (UK) and was re-issued in Japan in 2007. These songs are compiled of rare and previously unreleased archive recordings.[1]

The song F# was an early 1969 recording that eventually became the famous Genesis song, "The Musical Box.

Track listing[edit]

Disc 1

  1. Back To Pluto (1987) (0:30)
  2. Promenade (alternate version, 1986) (3:44)
  3. Take This Heart (demo, 1972) (4:19)
  4. Beside The Waters Edge (demo, 1977) (3:45)
  5. The Geese & The Ghost (kiddies mix, 1975) (2:00)
  6. Which Way The Wind Blows (alternate version, 1974) (2:36)
  7. Rowey Song (1972) (4:11)
  8. Lucy Will (demo, 1978) (3:05)
  9. God If I Saw Her Now (demo, 1970) (3:35)
  10. In Memoriam Ad (demo, 1970) (3:23)
  11. Hunt Song (demo, 1977) (6:53)
  12. Rule Britannia Closing Theme (1981) (1:10)
  13. Exocet (instrumental mix, 1983) (3:10)
  14. Study In G (1978) (3:52)
  15. Holy Deadlock (vocal mix, 1978) (0:53)
  16. Catch You When You Fall (1978) (3:15)
  17. F Sharp (demo, 1969) (2:47)
  18. The Geese & The Ghost (demo, 1969) (6:38)
  19. F Sharp 2 (demo, 1969) (4:45)
  20. Rowey Reprise (1972) (1:19)
  21. Slow Dance (single demo, 1990) (2:42)
  22. The Burnt-Out Cattle Truck Hits The Road (1990) (0:18)
  23. The Women Were Watching (instrumental mix, 1983) (5:20)

Special Limited Edition EP

  1. KIP PJ (1978) (0:31)
  2. Queen Bettine (demo, 1972) (4:17)
  3. What Is The Meaning? / Farewell (demo, 1969) (total time 5:58)
  4. Cradle Song (1979) (8:53)

Performance Credits[edit]

  • Anthony Phillips: Guitars, Piano, Keyboards, Vocals, Guitar-Synth, ARP Pro-Soloist, Mellotron, Amadocello, Drums, Bass
  • Mike Rutherford: 12-String Guitar, Glockenspiel, Bass
  • John Hackett: Oboe
  • Rob Phillips: Oboe
  • Richard Scott: Roland 808, Scamp
  • Jeff Dunne: Drums
  • Dale Newman: Vocals
  • Dan Owen: Vocals
  • Michael Giles: Drums, Percussion
  • John G. Perry: Wal Bass
  • Richard Macphail: Tambourine
  • Paul Robinson: Drums
  • Jonathan Snowden: Piccolo

Recording Credits[edit]

Produced and engineered by Anthony Phillips, except:

5, produced and engineered by Anthony Phillips, Mike Rutherford and Simon Heyworth

6 produced and engineered by Anthony Phillips and Mike Rutherford

9 produced by Anthony Phillips, engineered by Anthony Phillips and Dave Rootes

10 produced by Anthony Phillips and Harry Williamson, engineered by Anthony Phillips, Harry Williamson and Dave Rootes.

12 produced by Anthony Phillips and Simon Mortimer

13 & 23 produced by Anthony Phillips, Richard Scott and Trevor Vallis

15 produced by Rupert Hine, engineered by Nick Bradford

16 produced by Rupert Hine, engineered by Richard Austen and Nick Bradford, mixed by Steve Short

17, 18 & 19 (CD1) and 3 & 4 (CD 2) produced and engineered by Anthony Phillips and Mike Rutherford (engineering assistance by Brian Roberts and Nick Lewin)

22 produced and engineered by Anthony Phillips and Sally Peterson

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