Pilot - Morin Heights FLAC album
Title: Morin Heights
Style: Pop Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1255 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1303 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1863 mb
Other Formats: RA ADX XM MIDI AA VQF AUD
Morin Heights (CD, Album, RE). RPM retrodisc. Retro 859. UK & Europe. Morin Heights (LP, Album). Morin Heights (CD, Album).
This album has an average beat per minute of 122 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 98/177 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Morin Heights. BPM Profile Morin Heights. Album starts at 99BPM, ends at 98BPM (-1), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Pilot.
Pilot were a Scottish rock group, formed in 1973 in Edinburgh by David Paton and Billy Lyall. They are best known for their songs "Magic" and "January". However, the group failed to make the Top 30 again. The arranger of "January", Andrew Powell, went on to record Kate Bush, and both Paton and Bairnson played on her debut album, The Kick Inside, which included "Wuthering Heights" The band's other singles chart successes were "Call Me Round" and "Just a Smile" (both 1975), which each hit the top 40 in the UK and nowhere else . Paton and Bairnson reconvened in 2002, to re-record the original Pilot album Two's a Crowd.
This third album was recorded at Morin Heights in Quebec, Canada and this time had Roy Thomas Baker (Queen) producing. Heavier Power Pop sound and songwriting contributions from more band members mark this album as a progression. It still retains the Pilot stamp of quality, and yielded a major hit in the single 'Penny in My Pocket'.
From The Album Of The Same Name '1974.
A's, B's And Rarities. From The Album Of The Same Name. The Greatest Seventies Album.
Pilot – Morin Heights (1976) Penny In My Pocket.
1 From the Album of the Same Name (1974). 2 Second Flight (1975). 3 Morin Heights (1976). 4 Two's a Crowd (1977). MusicBrainz MusicBrainz: Pilot. this site this site: Pilot. php?title Pilot&oldid 3782896".
Pilot was a rock musical group, formed during 1973 in Edinburgh, Scotland by the former Bay City Rollers members, David Paton and Billy Lyall.
|A3||First After Me|
|A6||Penny In My Pocket|
|B1||Lies & Lies|
|B4||Maniac (Come Back)|
|B5||Too Many Hopes|
- Producer – Roy Thomas Baker
NotesPrinted innersleeve with lyrics. Made in Sweden on label, cover made at SIB Tryck Tumba.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: ncb
|EMA 779||Pilot||Morin Heights (LP, Album, Gat)||EMI||EMA 779||UK||1976|
|EMS-80522||Pilot||Morin Heights (LP, Album, Gat)||EMI||EMS-80522||Japan||1976|
|Retro 859||Pilot||Morin Heights (CD, Album, RE)||RPM retrodisc||Retro 859||UK & Europe||2009|
|EMA 779||Pilot||Morin Heights (LP, Album, Gat)||EMI||EMA 779||US||1976|
|EMA 779||Pilot||Morin Heights (LP, Album)||EMI||EMA 779||Mozambique||1976|