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Coming Back Again - revisiting the studio sessions

Coming Back Again the best of LP A selection of tracks from all the studio sessions from 1980 to 2003.

As I seem to keep coming back to my music on a regular basis to try something the title track Coming Back Again seemed appropriate for a 'best of' type of selection.

Featuring different versions of songs recorded in various sessions spanning 24 years, it was initially released in 2001 but is now due for full re-release on Replicated * CD in October 2020.

Due for re-release September 2020

This album is AVAILABLE TO ORDER ON REPLICATED CD * [AUD$24.50 inc postage within Australia]

 
Album Track List   [click on title to listen to track]

D'Aguilar Highway - Forest Glen 1980 - instrumental short version (2:45)

Same Place Twice - Forest Glen 1992 - vocals Noel Bernardi (5:03)

Times Have Changed It All - Forest Glen 1992 - vocals Paul Denman (3:25)

A Little Bit Of Lazy Sunshine - Multimedia Brisbane 1981 - vocals Rod Webb (2:51)

Coming Back Again - Forest Glen 1992 remixed 2003 - vocals Lyle Stacpoole (5:24)

Shadow On My Door - Forest Glen 1992 remixed 2003 - vocals Lyle Stacpoole/Masina Miller (4:18)   FEATURED SONG

Backstairs Leaving The City - Forest Glen 1992 - vocals Noel Bernardi (5:55)   FEATURED SONG

Too Far Away - Foxhole Albion 2003 (3:25)   FEATURED SONG

Holding Back The Night - Foxhole Albion 2003 (4:05)   FEATURED SONG

Slip Away - Foxhole Albion 2003 (5:25)

Southern Rain - Foxhole Albion 2003 - acoustic version (4:25)

Lest It Be Freedom - Foxhole Albion 2003 (3:49)

Being In Love - Forest Glen 1980 - instrumental (3:23)

Come Again - Forest Glen 1992 (5:04)   FEATURED SONG

Short Song - Foxhole Albion 2003 (2:21)

Credit List

Forest Glen Sound Studios December 1980 - Produced by Lyle Stacpoole, Mungo Coats

Engineer: Mungo Coats

Lyle Stacpoole:- 6 & 12 string acoustic Guitars, electric Guitar, Lead and Backing Vocals

Andy Tainsch: Bass

Mungo Coats: Guitars

Bob Welsh: Keyboards

Ricky Lloyd: Drums

Multimedia Studios Brisbane circa November 1981 - Produced by Lyle Stacpoole, Phil Wakeling

Engineer: Phil Wakeling

Rod Webb: Lead Vocals

Margaret Webb: Keyboards

Peter Higgins: Guitars

Ian Carpenter: Drums

Peter StLeger: Sax

Lyle Stacpoole:- bass

Forest Glen Sound Studios December 1992 - Produced by Lyle Stacpoole, Andy Tainsch

Engineer: Mungo Coats, Andy Tainsch

Lyle Stacpoole:- 6 & 12 string acoustic Guitars, electric Guitar, Lead and Backing Vocals

Andy Tainsch: Bass, Keyboards, Drums

Paul Denman: Lead Vocals [Times Have Changed It All], Backing Vocals, Guitars

Noel Bernardi: Lead Vocals [They Don't Play No Rock and Roll / Backstairs Leaving The City], Backing Vocals, Bass, Guitars, Percussion

Masina Miller: Vocals [Shadow On My Door] Backing Vocals [Know She's Here]

Geo Heathcote: Sax, Harmonica

Warren Brewer: Trumpet

Adrian Ross: Didgeridoo

Mungo Coats: Guitars

Foxhole Sound Studios and Stacpoole Music 2001 - 2003 - Produced by Lyle Stacpoole, Mick Raynor

Engineer: Mick Raynor

Lyle Stacpoole:- 6 & 12 string acoustic Guitars, electric Guitar, Drums, Bass, Keyboards, Lead and Backing Vocals

Hayden Stacpoole:- Bass [Holding Back The Night]

All songs written and arranged by Lyle Stacpoole

Additional arrangements by Hayden Stacpoole, Andy Tainsch, Peter Higgins, Peter StLeger, Geo Heathcote, Warren Brewer, Mungo Coats, Margaret Web

 
The story behind the song:-
Coming Back Again

One of the oldest songs on my 'list', this song goes way back to 1976 and a job working in the lead smelters of Port Pirie, South Australia. My mate Karl was telling me about the 'things' he reckoned he could 'see' in the flames of the furnace which prompted the line - "I see soft figures in the flames", and no, we were NOT on drugs, but it grew from there. It was written as a soft ballad for a girl I was keen to see again. However one winters night about 5 years later some friends and I were stranded in the very cold town of Putty on the Colo Heights, north-west of Sydney, at about 1 am in the morning because of a car breakdown. The guitar was brought out to try and liven up the cold, dead night and this song was treated with a bit of a frosty 'attitude'. Another verse was added, impromptu, about my recent stay in the city, and it has been played like that ever since. - LAS

 
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