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The Bluetones - Expecting To Fly mp3

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Performer: The Bluetones
Title: Expecting To Fly
Country: Malaysia
Released: 1996
Style: Brit Pop
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.1
Catalog #: 540475-4
Label: A&M Records


1Putting Out Fires
Cello – Caroline Lavelle
2Slight Return3:21
3Carnt Be Trusted3:50
4The Fountainhead4:35
5Cut Some Rug4:32
Written-By – Mitchell
7Time & Again5:09
8A Parting Gesture
Harp [Blues] – Dan Crompton
10Talking To Clarry6:53
11Things Change
Clavinet – Mac Felton


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BLUECD 004, 540 475-2The Bluetones Expecting To Fly ‎(CD, Album)Superior Quality Recordings, Superior Quality RecordingsBLUECD 004, 540 475-2UK & Europe1996
5316570The Bluetones Expecting To Fly (Deluxe Edition) ‎(2xCD, Album, RE, RM)Mercury5316570UK & Europe2009
540475-4The Bluetones Expecting To Fly ‎(Cass, Album)A&M Records540475-4Indonesia1996
540 475-4The Bluetones Expecting To Fly ‎(Cass, Album)Superior Quality Recordings540 475-4Turkey1996
BLUEMC 004, 540 475-4The Bluetones Expecting To Fly ‎(Cass, Album)Superior Quality Recordings, Superior Quality RecordingsBLUEMC 004, 540 475-4UK & Europe1996


  • Artwork [Artwork Concept By]The Bluetones
  • Drums, PercussionEds Chesters
  • Electric Bass, VocalsScott Morriss
  • Engineer [Mix]Helen Woodward
  • Guitar [Six & Twelve String]Adam Devlin
  • ManagementJulian Able, Neil Burrow
  • Mastered ByGeoff Pesche
  • Photography By [Additional]Scott Morriss, Trevor Ray Hart
  • Photography By [Band]Roger Sargent
  • Photography By [Front Cover]Marc Newman , Superstock
  • Producer, Mixed ByHugh Jones
  • VocalsMark Morriss
  • Written-ByDevlin, Chesters, Morriss, Morriss


"Expecting To Fly" was recorded at Ridge Farm Studios in the glorious summer of '95 (except for "Talking To Clarry" which was done in the grim autumn that followed)/ The beds were soft, the food was tasty and the home-made industrial strength, purple cider gave us some headaches we won't wanna forget. 'Nuff said.

All tracks published by Archaic/ EMI Music Publishing Ltd. except track 2 published by Archaic Music/ EMI Music Publishing Ltd/ Adrian Mitchell/ Extracts from "Celia Celia" on "Bluetonic" used by kind permission of Adrian Mitchell/ from "Adrian Mitchell's Greatest Hits" published by Bloodaxe Books.


  • Distributed By – Polygram Records Sdn. Bhd.


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