Winter Comes Home
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|Winter Comes Home|
|Live album by|
|Label||Recommended Records/ ReR Megacorp|
|David Thomas chronology|
Winter Comes Home was a live album credited to both David Thomas and his Legs, and to 'David Thomas, Lindsay Cooper, Chris Cutler', released in 1982, in which Thomas was supported by Chris Cutler and Lindsay Cooper. Trouser Press reports that the album "mixes intellectual stand-up comedy with winning performances". The album did not appear in the 1997 anthology Monster, and has not been released on CD. Thomas has pronounced the album to have been officially "disappeared", and says, "If it HAD existed I'd explain the reason to disappear it as follows: that version of the Pedestrians [sic] was more of a theatrical experience than a musical one and the intention was always that the release be a limited edition; a limited edition means that it's limited. But the album never existed so there's no reason to explain ANYTHING."
The album was eventually re-released as a download, sourced from a vinyl copy as "the master tapes were lost long ago".
- "A Day Such As This"
- "Winter Comes Home"
- "West Side Story"
- "Stormy Weather"
- "Poetic License"
- "Rhapsody in Pink"
- "Dinosaurs Like Me"
- "Bones in Action"
- "Contrasted Views of the Archaeopteryx"