Lorna Campbell sings the songs or Ian Campbell – Adam’s Rib
This is a 12-song suite written by Lorna's brother Ian Campbell about “the different crisis points in a woman's life”
Recorded at Bird Sound Studios, Birmingham, in August 1976 by sound engineer Monty Bird and producers John Golding and Ian Campbell. Only a few albums were pressed for private circulation.
Re-recorded at Studio 39, Copenhagen, Denmark, in July 1977 and July 1978 with sound engineers Ivar Rosenberg and Hans Nielsen and producer Walther Klæbel. In 2000, this recording found its way on CD on the Storyville label.
1. The Party – 2:52 2. It's Over Now – 4:40 3. The Telephone Song – 1:28 4. Can't You Make It Last – 3:39 5. The Dawning Of A Day – 3:08 6. What Do You Think – 2:25 7. Blue Day – 2:38 8. The Lump – 2:59 9. Maternity Ward – 2:49 10. Off To School – 2:47 11. Dear Diary (Cursed) – 3:00 12. Adam’s Rib – 3:41
Lorna Campbell (vocals) , Hugo Rasmussen (bass) , Dave Swarbrick (violin on 1-4,6-8) , Bruce Rowland (drums on1,3-4,6,7,9,11, cymbals on 12) , Colin Tommys (mandolin on 1, banjo on 7, guitar on 8) , Aiden Ford (guitar on 1-3,6-10) , David Qualey (guitar on 2,4-6,11,12, finger picking guitar on 10) , Beryl Marriott (piano on 3,5,8,12) , Roger Marriott (harmonica on 3,8) , John Sheahan (violin on 5,11,12)
Recorded at Bird Sound Studios August 1976
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