Private Parts and Pieces IV: A Catch at the Tables
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|Private Parts and Pieces IV: A Catch at the Tables|
|Studio album by Anthony Phillips|
Richard Scott (11)
Trevor Vallis (11)
|Anthony Phillips chronology|
Private Parts and Pieces IV: A Catch at the Tables is an album by Anthony Phillips, released by Passport Records in April 1984. Like the first two albums in the "Private Parts and Pieces" series, the tracks on A Catch at the Tables were a collection of experiments, improvisations, and music written for other projects.
Two bonus tracks were added when the album was reissued on compact disc by Virgin Records in 1991. The first one, "Erotic Strings" was originally incidental music for the play "Tropical Moon over Dorking," which starred Pauline Collins.
All songs written by Anthony Phillips.
- "Aboretum Suite:"
- "Set Piece"–2:06
- "Over the Gate"–2:06
- "Flap Jack"–2:25
- "Lights on the Hill"–5:26
- "Earth Man"–4:36
- "Dawn over the Lake"–10:50
- "Heart of Darkness"–3:20
- "The Sea and the Armadillo"–4:58
- "Erotic Strings"–1:05 (CD bonus track)
- "A Catch at the Tables"–2:57 (CD bonus track)
- Anthony Phillips: Twelve string guitar, eight string guitar, polymoog, synthesizer, bass guitar, drumbox, mellotron, chiranga, vocals on (11)
- Mark Emmey: bugle (11)
- Judd Lander: bagpipes and harmonica (11)
Produced by Anthony Phillips, except "Sistine," which was produced by Trevor Vallis, Anthony Phillips & Richard Scott