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- Peter Hammill, :

SIDE 1:
1. Darkness (11/11) - 7:11
2. Refugees - 6:13
3. White Hammer - 8:08

SIDE 2:
1. Whatever Would Robert Have Said? - 5:50
2. Out Of My Book (HammillDavid Jackson) - 3:58
3. After The Flood - 11:34

- Peter Hammill, :

SIDE 1:
1. Darkness (11/11) - 7:11
2. Refugees - 6:13
3. White Hammer - 8:08

SIDE 2:
1. Whatever Would Robert Have Said? - 5:50
2. Out Of My Book (HammillDavid Jackson) - 3:58
3. After The Flood - 11:34
:
Peter Hammill acoustic guitar and lead vocals; piano on "Refugees"
Hugh Banton Farfisa organ, piano and backing vocals
Nic Potter bass guitar and electric guitar
Guy Evans drums and percussion
David Jackson tenor and alto sax, flute and backing vocals
:
Gerry Salisbury cornet on "White Hammer"
Mike Hurvitz cello on "Refugees"

:
Produced by John Anthony (of Tynemouth and Playgrounds)
Engineered by Rob ('Oh sorry I forgot to take that') Cable
Tape Jockeying: Dave and Alan
Recorded at Trident Studios, London, 11th to 14th December 1969
All titles done on 8-track, except "After The Flood" on 16.
The Cello parts were written by Hugh Banton
The Quote in "After The Flood" was from Albert Einstein
Sleeve Design by Van Der Graaf Generator
Photography by Gedgrimmel

Dedicated to L. & M., without whom everyone would have been much happier...

:
Peter Hammill acoustic guitar and lead vocals; piano on "Refugees"
Hugh Banton Farfisa organ, piano and backing vocals
Nic Potter bass guitar and electric guitar
Guy Evans drums and percussion
David Jackson tenor and alto sax, flute and backing vocals
:
Gerry Salisbury cornet on "White Hammer"
Mike Hurvitz cello on "Refugees"

:
Produced by John Anthony (of Tynemouth and Playgrounds)
Engineered by Rob ('Oh sorry I forgot to take that') Cable
Tape Jockeying: Dave and Alan
Recorded at Trident Studios, London, 11th to 14th December 1969
All titles done on 8-track, except "After The Flood" on 16.
The Cello parts were written by Hugh Banton
The Quote in "After The Flood" was from Albert Einstein
Sleeve Design by Van Der Graaf Generator
Photography by Gedgrimmel

Dedicated to L. & M., without whom everyone would have been much happier...

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