|2||Last Train To Lhasa|
Vocals [Tibetan] – Potala Band
Flute – Joe Marshall
|657036 1082-2||Banco De Gaia|| Live At Glastonbury (CD, Album, Mixed, Dig)||Six Degrees Records||657036 1082-2||US||2003|
|MR0157-2||Banco De Gaia|| Live At Glastonbury (CD, Album)||Mammoth Records||MR0157-2||US||1996|
|BARK MC 021||Banco De Gaia|| Live At Glastonbury (Cass, Album)||Planet Dog||BARK MC 021||UK||1996|
|GKOCD020||Banco De Gaia|| Live At Glastonbury (20th Anniversary Edition) (2xCD, Album, Ltd, RE)||Disco Gecko||GKOCD020||UK||2016|
|BARK CD 021||Banco De Gaia|| Live At Glastonbury (Cass, Album, Promo)||Planet Dog||BARK CD 021||UK||1996|
- Design – Atomic Baby
- Mixed By – Rob Risso, Toby
- Photography – Alan, Andy
- Recorded By – Ivor Richards, Simon Roberts
- Written-By, Performer – Toby Marks
"This is a recording of the complete set performed on The Avalon Stage, Glastonbury Festival, England on June 24th 1995.
We have tried to capture the spirit of the occasion rather than achieve technical perfection. No blame."
Recorded on the LPD Digital Multitrack Mobile.
Mixed at World Bank.
PA by Fearless Audio.
Tibetan vocal on intro to Last Train to Lhasa taken from Songs Of Tibet Vol 1.
Thanks to: Sandy, Rob, Dave, Gigs, Andy, Johnny, Ash, Magnus, Malcolm, Kath, Haydn, Will & Hugh (s'pose) - the many & varied crew types. Also Paul & Roz, Jo, [email protected]
, CSE, Skan, VAT, Doggies, Whirlies, Transglobals, EBNs, Bongies, Michael & Planet Dog, Ultimae, Taylor & Mammoth, The Pyramid Builders of Antarctica & all other deserving beings. Who put sugar in the curry?
Uncredits: Due to a rather complicated legal and political situation, we were unable to clear a vocal sample used on '887'. We have therefore had to edit that section out, which has left the track less than perfect, but it seemed best to still leave it on the CD anyway. Let's pray for the day when we will ALL appreciate music for what it is, rather than for it's financial or political value...
- Barcode (Scanned): 5018791600595
- Mixed At – World Bank
- Recorded At – Glastonbury