How good's your german? For "Guitar junction" look at Amazon.de. Prices are in euros.
Don't forget that you can re-sell them if you want to.
Does this qualify me for free copies?
Richard Sliwa posted on Saturday, 02 July, 2005 - 12:14 pm
Copies of all three did the rounds of the old forum a couple of years ago, courtesy of Harald and Mike B.
The German Guitar Junction CD, incidentally, isn't a straight transfer of the LP. There are (from memory; I'd need to get out of my chair to check) a couple of tracks missing, but a few more thrown in.
I might make a new CD-R of L&OG in due course, though (I recall that I had a couple of reservations about the previous edition).
colin posted on Saturday, 02 July, 2005 - 10:14 pm
How do these two albums compare to Awakening?
posted on Wednesday, 18 January, 2006 - 06:12 pm
Well, Awakening and Life and other Games are much more similar then awakening and guitar junction. If you enjoyed Awakening so much then Life and other Games is worth a try. I do have a CDR of the original album (as well as CDRs of other KP - though mostly library - albums). Just email me if you are still interested...
Colin posted on Thursday, 19 January, 2006 - 09:35 pm
nearly fell over reading this.
Just sent an email.
Chris posted on Friday, 20 January, 2006 - 04:18 pm
I'll admit to having bought both Awakening and Life and Other Games on LP when they first came out - 82, 83? I don't have them now, and seem to recall that I sold them at a record fayre many years ago. They were both pretty good, but I probably didn't like them as much as I did sky, so they eventually went. As I recall, Awakening was mainly original material (side two comprising a musical representation of a lengthy space journey) whilst Life and Other Games had a few cover versions on it - Hey Joe springs to mind. And that really is all I can remember about them, except that Awakening had a kind of pastel illustration on the cover and Life... had a strange distorted picture of KP on the front. Can't remember who else played on them, but have a feeling (maybe erroneous) that Trevor Spencer may have been on drums on one of them...
Gallifreya posted on Wednesday, 26 July, 2006 - 05:50 pm
Hi, I'm new here and I have both 'Awakening' and 'Life and Other Games' on vinyl. 'Awakening', is my favourite album. I would love to be able to get them both on to CD, but I simply don't have the know-how. Can anyone help?
Incidentally 'Life and Other Games' was produced by Trevor Spencer. Alan Jones and Derek Austin helped Kevin out on bass, drums, percussion, piano, synths and guitars - according to the back of the record sleeve.