Natural Elements (Acoustic Alchemy album)
|Studio album by|
|Studio||Hansa Haus Studios, Bonn, Germany|
GRP 9834 (1996 re-release)
|Acoustic Alchemy chronology|
Natural Elements was the second major label release by Acoustic Alchemy from 1988. The shortest of all of the band's albums, only comprising eight tracks, Natural Elements set out to show what the title suggests: the organic side to Acoustic Alchemy's music.
Points to note from this album include the title track, Natural Elements, which became the theme tune to long-running BBC gardening show, Gardener's World, and the re-recording of an early track, "Casino", now re-arranged to include piano and full percussion parts. The track "Ballad For Kay" is dedicated to Nick Webb's wife, Kay.
|6||"Ballad For Kay"||Webb||2:59|
|7||"Evil The Weasel"||Parsons||5:37|
|8||"Late Night Duke Street"||Webb/Carmichael||4:46|
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