The Visitor (Mick Fleetwood album)
|Studio album by Mick Fleetwood|
|Producer||Mick Fleetwood, Richard Dashut|
|Mick Fleetwood chronology|
The Visitor is an album by Mick Fleetwood, released on the RCA Records label in 1981. All the songs were recorded in Accra, Ghana between January and February 1981 at the Ghana Film Industries, Inc. Studio.
Two of the tracks were covers of Fleetwood Mac songs: "Rattlesnake Shake" was originally recorded for the 1969 album Then Play On, and "Walk a Thin Line" first appeared on the 1979 album Tusk. Peter Green sang lead vocals and played lead guitar on "Rattlesnake Shake", and was credited as Peter Greenbaum. George Harrison appeared on "Walk a Thin Line".
The album has been re-released several times, most recently with a US CD release by Wounded Bird Records on October 18, 2011.
- "Rattlesnake Shake" (Peter Green) – 3:49
- "You Weren't in Love" (Bill Field) – 3:55
- "O' Niamali" (Nii Amartey) – 2:47
- "Super Brains" (A. B. Crentsil) – 4:07
- "Don't Be Sorry, Just Be Happy" (Todd Sharp) – 4:24
- "Walk a Thin Line" (Lindsey Buckingham) – 3:19
- "Not Fade Away" (Charles Hardin, Norman Petty) – 2:22
- "Cassiopeia Surrender" (George Hawkins) – 4:34
- "The Visitor" (C. K. Ganjo) – 4:05
- "Amelle (Come on Show Me Your Heart)" (Nii Amartey) – 4:35
- Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion, gong
- George Hawkins – vocals, bass guitar, piano, organ, guitar
- Ian Bairnson – lead guitar, rhythm guitar
- Todd Sharp – lead guitar, rhythm guitar
- Peter Greenbaum – lead guitar, lead vocals on "Rattlesnake Shake"
- George Harrison – slide guitar, 12-string guitar and backing vocals on "Walk a Thin Line"
- Ebaali Gbiko – vocals, hand drums
- Adjo Group – vocals, percussion
- Lord Tiki – hand drums, percussion
- Superbrains – vocals
- The Ghana Folkloric Group – vocals, percussion
- Mike Moran and Andrew Powell – arrangement on "Rattlesnake Shake" and "You Weren't in Love"
- Executive producer – Mickey Shapiro
- Produced by Mick Fleetwood and Richard Dashut
- Engineered by Bill Doudelman, Randy Ezratty and Richard Dashut
- Martin E. Adelson. "The Visitor - Mick Fleetwood". Discog.fleetwoodmac.net. Retrieved 2012-01-08.
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