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Monthly Archives: December 1993

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Late 1993-Early 1994 Recording Sessions
1994

Moonlight Medicine 1000 Miles From Time To Time Natural Grace Only Now Birdman Crown Of Creation Endless Road Magical Spring Rolling Thunder I Don't Know Where It Comes From Rolling Thunder #2 Let's Get Lost Don't Let It Die At The End Of The Universe Sleeper Creeper II New Age (The Velvet Underground) Walk On Water (unreleased) Sunshine (inst - looped) (unreleased)  Instant Korma (unreleased) Sawmills, The Manor, RAK, Abbey Road, Sound City and Sunset Sound (John Leckie) 'Carnival of Light' sessions. A section of 'Sleeper Creeper II' was used as the outro to 'From Time to Time' on the album. 'Sunshine' and 'Walk on Water' were re-recorded for 'Tarantula'. 'Only Now' was remixed and released, with a different vocal, on the 'Volume 12' compilation. 'Magical Spring' remixed by Andy Bell at Sunset Sound, L.A. 03/94 New Age was released on the 'Firing Blanks' compilation