Anibal Miranda | Lost & Found

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Lost & Found

by Anibal Miranda

Genre: Pop: 70's Pop
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1. I've Been Waiting for You
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2:37 album only
2. Don't Be Shy
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4:20 album only
3. (Paula's) Trucking Song
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3:21 album only
4. Cheerio
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3:38 album only
5. (Theme For) A Love I Never Had
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6. A Wilderness
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7. Epilogue
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Back in 1973, I recorded this album in London, UK. and only 3 copies were made. Of these 3 copies, one broke, the 2nd vanished and the last one was handed to my good friend Rui Veloso for safe keeping. The album at that time was called "Handle with Care". I thought this album was lost, but then when it was found by my nephew Bernardo Fesch, I decided to rename it "Lost & Found" and make it available on the Web. It certainly brings back fond memories of a time when all music was still played by musicians and Studios were analogue. Enjoy !

Anibal Miranda - Guitars, Kazzoo and Lead Vocals
Graham Preskett - Keyboards, Strings, Bass, Guitar and Backing Vocals
Marta Encinas - Flute
Mario - Drums
Sylvia and Dinah Delap - Lyrics, Backing Vocals
Ken Laws - Producer

Thanks to Rui Veloso for handling this relic with care, Bernardo Fesch, without whom this finding would have been impossible and Matt Feddermann who managed to remove nearly all the scratches and then remastered it.


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