Warm Dust - Peace For Our Time album
Peace For Our Time is a music studio album recording by WARM DUST (Jazz ive Rock) released in 1971 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. While hardly revolutionary or even groundbreaking Warm dust's second album is a rather unearthed rough gem, that has its flaws (mostly the concept narrations), but its value is no less appreciable.
Among the wave of brass rock groups that embraced the rock world from 68 until 71 or 72, Warm Dust was a late-comer, but quickly became one of the most interesting and progressive group of the genre
Warm Dust - Winds Of Change. 3. Warm Dust - Justyfy, Things Your Hands Have Done. 4. Warm Dust - Rejection. 5. Warm Dust - Very Small Child. 6. Warm Dust - Songs For A Star. 7. Warm Dust - Peace Of Mind. Peace For Our Time 1971/ - . 0. Peace For Our Time 1971/Warm Dust - Peace For Our Time.
Warm Dust - Peace For Our Time 1971 – 02. Winds Of Change, 05:15. Warm Dust - Peace For Our Time 1971 03. Justyfy, Things Your Hands Have Done. Warm Dust - Peace For Our Time 1971 04. Rejection.
Peace For Our Time & Warm Dust. Warm Dust is an early 1970s jazz rock combo featuring Paul Carrack and Les Walker. They released their debut album And It Came To Pass on the small Trend label and the double vinyl was a small tour-de-force (all things considered for a debut effort) with long compositions, thought-provoking lyrics and plenty of instrumental interplay, including sax, flute, organ, guitars et. .
Peace for our time" was a declaration made by the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Neville Chamberlain in his 30 September 1938 speech concerning the Munich Agreement and the Anglo-German Declaration. The phrase echoed Benjamin Disraeli, who, upon returning from the Congress of Berlin in 1878, stated, "I have returned from Germany with peace for our time"
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Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||Blood Of My Fathers||5:00|
|A2||Wind Of Change||5:12|
|A3||Justify The Things You Have Done||8:52|
|B2||Very Small Child
Written-By – David Kubinec
|B3||Song For A Star||4:48|
|B4||Wrote A Letter||3:37|
|B5||Peace Of Mind||3:37|
- Baritone Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet, Organ, Electronics – Alan Solomon
- Bass – Terry Comer*
- Directed By – Barry Class
- Drums, Congas, Maracas, Vocals – Keith Bailey
- Engineer – Tony Rockliffe*
- Organ, Piano, Timpani, Vocals – Paul Carrack
- Producer – John Worsley
- Tenor Saxophone, Flute, Oboe, Guitar, Vocals – John Surguy
- Vocals, Harmonica, Vibraphone, Shaker – Les Walker
- Written-By – Warm Dust (tracks: A1 to B1, B3 to B5)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: 92228-A - 2-4-71 I
- Matrix / Runout: 92228-B - 2-4-71 I
|TNLS 6001, 6480 001||Warm Dust||Peace For Our Time, Neville Chamberlain, 30th September 1938 (LP, Album)||Trend , Trend||TNLS 6001, 6480 001||UK||1970|
|6480 001||Warm Dust||Peace For Our Time (LP, Album)||Trend||6480 001||Germany||1971|
|SLCD-023||Warm Dust||Peace For Our Time (CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig)||Second Life||SLCD-023||Russia||2005|
|2C 064-92228||Warm Dust||Peace For Our Time (LP, Album)||Trend||2C 064-92228||France||1971|
|03505||Warm Dust||Peace For Our Time, Neville Chamberlain, 30th September 1938 (LP, RE, bro)||Soundvision||03505||Europe||2013|