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What A Way To Run A Revolution! - Songs From The Musical About The General Strike Album

What A Way To Run A Revolution! - Songs From The Musical About The General Strike Album
Songs From The Musical About The General Strike
What A Way To Run A Revolution!
GRS 1010
MP3 album size:
2182 mb
FLAC album size:
1121 mb


1The Song Of The Plus-Four Boys
3The Song Of Working Class Solidarity
4The Song Of The Deranged Miners
5The Song Of The Bright Young Things
6The Blue Newspaper Blues
7The Song Of The Impatient Politician
8The Ballad Of The British Landscape
9The Songs Of The Uncanny Silence
11The Song Of The Destruction Of The House


  • Bass, Bass GuitarNicholas Worters
  • ConductorRobert Stewart
  • Guitar, BanjoLaurie Wise
  • Lyrics ByDavid Benedictus
  • Music ByGuy Woolfenden
  • PercussionPaul Hiley
  • Piano, OrganRobert Stewart
  • VocalsAustin Hyslop, Darien Angadi, Douglas Lamont, Joshua Smith , Julia Hatts, Michael Hucks, Mike Laye , Orde Browne, William Hootkins


Recorded at R.G. Jone's studio, Wimbledon, on Octrober 22nd and November 7th, 1971.


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