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~ Release by Scott Walker (see all versions of this release, 7 available)

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Tracklist

Digital Media 1
#TitleRatingLength
1Mathilde
producer:
John Franz and Peter Olliff
vocals:
Scott Walker (singer‐songwriter, musician and producer) (in 1967)
conductor:
Wally Stott (in 1967)
arranger:
Wally Stott
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Mercury Records Limited (not for release label use!) (in 1967)
recording of:
Mathilde (English version) (in 1967)
lyricist:
Jacques Brel
composer:
Gérard Jouannest (French musician & songwriter)
translator:
Mort Shuman (US singer, pianist & songwriter)
translated version of:
Mathilde
52:36
2Montague Terrace (in Blue)
engineer:
Peter Olliff
producer:
John Franz
vocals:
Scott Walker (singer‐songwriter, musician and producer) (in 1967)
conductor:
Wally Stott (in 1967)
arranger:
Wally Stott
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Mercury Records Limited (not for release label use!) (in 1967)
recording of:
Montague Terrace (in Blue) (in 1967)
lyricist and composer:
Scott Walker (singer‐songwriter, musician and producer)
3:27
3Angelica
producer:
John Franz and Peter Olliff
vocals:
Scott Walker (singer‐songwriter, musician and producer) (in 1967)
arranger:
Reg Guest
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Mercury Records Limited (not for release label use!) (in 1967)
recording of:
Angelica (in 1967)
writer:
Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil
publisher:
Screen Gems–EMI Music, Inc. (USA, affiliated with BMI)
3:59
4The Lady Came From Baltimore
producer:
John Franz and Peter Olliff
vocals:
Scott Walker (singer‐songwriter, musician and producer) (in 1967)
arranger:
Reg Guest
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Mercury Records Limited (not for release label use!) (in 1967)
recording of:
The Lady Came From Baltimore (in 1967)
writer:
Tim Hardin
publisher:
Faithful Virtue Music
1:57
5When Joanna Loved Me
vocals:
Scott Walker (singer‐songwriter, musician and producer) (in 1967)
conductor:
Reg Guest (in 1967)
arranger:
Reg Guest
recording of:
When Joanna Loved Me (in 1967)
lyricist:
Robert Wells (songwriter)
composer:
Jack Segal (US songwriter)
3:06
6My Death
vocals:
Scott Walker (singer‐songwriter, musician and producer) (in 1967)
conductor:
Reg Guest (in 1967)
arranger:
Reg Guest
recording of:
My Death (in 1967)
lyricist and composer:
Jacques Brel
translator:
Mort Shuman (US singer, pianist & songwriter)
publisher:
Carlin Music Corporation
translated version of:
La Mort (Jacques Brel)
4:57
7The Big Hurt
vocals:
Scott Walker (singer‐songwriter, musician and producer) (in 1967)
conductor:
Wally Stott (in 1967)
arranger:
Wally Stott
cover recording of:
The Big Hurt (in 1967)
lyricist and composer:
Wayne Shanklin
2:25
8Such a Small Love
engineer:
Peter Olliff
producer:
John Franz
vocals:
Scott Walker (singer‐songwriter, musician and producer) (in 1967)
conductor:
Wally Stott (in 1967)
arranger:
Wally Stott
recording of:
Such a Small Love (in 1967)
lyricist and composer:
Scott Walker (singer‐songwriter, musician and producer)
4:53
9You’re Gonna Hear From Me
vocals:
Scott Walker (singer‐songwriter, musician and producer) (in 1967)
conductor:
Peter Knight (British arranger, conductor and composer) (in 1967)
arranger:
Peter Knight (British arranger, conductor and composer)
recording of:
You’re Gonna Hear From Me (in 1967)
lyricist:
Dory Previn
composer:
André Previn (pianist, conductor, composer, arranger)
publisher:
Remick Music Corp., Warner Brothers Music Inc. and Warner Bros., Inc. (not for release label use!) (in 1965)
2:52
10Through a Long and Sleepless Night
vocals:
Scott Walker (singer‐songwriter, musician and producer) (in 1967)
conductor:
Peter Knight (British arranger, conductor and composer) (in 1967)
arranger:
Peter Knight (British arranger, conductor and composer)
recording of:
Through a Long and Sleepness Night (in 1967)
writer:
Mack Gordon and Alfred Newman
part of:
The 22nd Academy Award for Best Original Song (number: 2)
4:10
11Always Coming Back to You
vocals:
Scott Walker (singer‐songwriter, musician and producer) (in 1967)
conductor:
Reg Guest (in 1967)
arranger:
Reg Guest
recording of:
Always Coming Back to You (in 1967)
lyricist and composer:
Scott Walker (singer‐songwriter, musician and producer)
2:40
12Amsterdam
vocals:
Scott Walker (singer‐songwriter, musician and producer) (in 1967)
recording of:
Amsterdam (English version) (in 1967)
lyricist and composer:
Jacques Brel
translator:
Mort Shuman (US singer, pianist & songwriter)
publisher:
Carlin Music Corporation
translated version of:
Amsterdam (original French version)
3:04