Lemmings (Bachdenkel album)

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Lemmings
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Studio album by Bachdenkel
Released 29 May 1973
Recorded 1 June - 15 July 1970 at Europa Sonor Studios, Paris, France. Various mixing done between August 1970 and January 1973.
Genre Progressive rock, Psychedelic rock
Label Philips (1973)Initial Recording Company (1978) Ork 2007
Producer Karel Beer
Bachdenkel chronology
Lemmings
(1973)
Stalingrad
(1977)

Lemmings is the first studio album by British progressive rock group Bachdenkel. It was recorded over the summer of 1970 after the group relocated to France, but would not be released for nearly three years, in 1973, on Philips in France only. Later in 1978 it was released with 3 missing tracks on an enclosed EP by Initial Recording Company that was created by Karel Beer.

Track listing[edit]

Side one[edit]

  1. "Translation" 4:17
  2. "Equals" 1:51
  3. "An Appointment With The Master" 5:15
  4. "The Settlement Song" 11:26

Side two[edit]

  1. "Long Time Living" 2:17
  2. "Strangerstill" 6:51
  3. "Come All Ye Faceless" 9:06

2007 ORK Records CD reissue bonus tracks[edit]

  1. "The Slightest Distance" - 6:09 - From Lemmings EP originally released in 1978.
  2. "Donna" 4:15 - From Lemmings EP originally released in 1978.
  3. "A Thousand Pages Before" 6:35 - From Lemmings EP originally released in 1978.
  4. "Through The Eyes of a Child" 4:01 - Unreleased 1969 single.
  5. "An (other) Appointment With The Master" 3:42 - 1973 version.
  6. "Strange People" 3:20 - Unreleased 1968 single, as "U Know Who".

Personnel (original album)[edit]

References[edit]

http://www.bachdenkel.com/index.htm