From the Album of the Same Name
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|From the Album of the Same Name|
|Studio album by Pilot|
|Genre||Pop rock, soft rock|
From the Album of the Same Name is the 1974 debut album by Pilot, containing the international hit "Magic". The album was initially released in 1974 by EMI, and later re-released on CD by EMI Japan in 1990 and by C-Five (Chapter Five) Records, in 1991.
Ian Bairnson plays guitar on this album but, at the time, was not a group member. He joined the group, officially, after it had been recorded. Richard Hewson made the orchestral arrangements, although normally it would be Alan Parsons with Andrew Powell.
All tracks written by David Paton and Billy Lyall.
- "Just a Smile"
- "Lucky for Some"
- "Girl Next Door"
- "Lovely Lady Smile"
- "Sooner or Later"
- "Don't Speak Loudly"
- "Over the Moon"
- "Never Give Up"
- "High Into the Sky"
- "Auntie Iris"
- "Sky Blue"
Bonus tracks (2009 remaster)
The album was remastered in 2009 with the following bonus tracks:
- "Pamela" (as Scotch Mist)
- "Magic" (original version)
- "Just Let Me Be" (Paton/Lyall)
- "Auntie Iris (Paton/Lyall)
- David Paton: Lead vocals, Bass
- Billy Lyall: Keyboards, Synthesizers, Piano and Backing vocals
- Stuart Tosh: Drums and Backing vocals
- Ian Bairnson: Electric Guitar (Magic & High Into the Sky)
- Nick Heath: Backing vocals
- David Mason: Trumpet
- Richard Hewson: Orchestral Arrangemments
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