Vinyl 12" picture disc.
01. 3D (09:11) [Dick/Wesley/Young]
02. So Fellini (04:06) [Dick/Wesley]
03. Tiki 4 (07:32) [Dick/Wesley/Young]
04. Long Cold Day (05:33) [Dick/Wesley/Young]
05. The Pilgrim's Address (07:18) [Dick/Wesley]
06. Clock Moves Sideways (07:17) [Dick/Wesley]
Recorded at The Studio, Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland with additional recordings taken from sessions in The Grand Hotel, Pristina, Kosovo and live recordings from Leeuwarden, Utrecht and Oberhausen.
Recorded, engineered and produced by Elliot Ness.
Mixed by Calum Malcolm and Elliot Ness.
Mastered by Calum Malcolm.
Lead vocals - Fish
Guitars - John Wesley
Keyboards - John Young
Bass - Steve Vantsis
Drums - Dave Stewart
Backing Vocals - Susie Webb and Zoe Nicholas
Percussion - Dave Haswell
Voice of Federico Fellini taken from various interviews recorded by Gideon Bachmann for his documentary 'Ciao Federico!' available together with other Fellini film titles on Connoisseur / Academy video, 21 Stephen Street, London, W1T 1LN, UK.
Telephone 02079 578957/8. website - www.bfi.org
Spoken words on 'Pilgrim's Address' - Paddy Mayne
Other Samples - Mr Samples
Haka performed by 'Dino' Turner, Handpiece Blundell, Simon 'Shorty' Johnston, Ben 'Shorty' Johnston, and Tony 'Pukka' Gallen, 'Macas' Moroney, Rob Berridge and tour managed by Anna 'Godmother' Coleman.
Loop Programming on 'Clock Moves Sideways' - Eric Dewolf.
Outboard equipment and 'live' recording desk supplied by Behringer.
Design and artwork by Mark Wilkinson and David Axtell - L-Space Design
Original photograph by Pierre Guilllame.
Front cover concept by Fish.
Thanks to Florian Lemke, Herb Quick and everyone from Behringer for getting the studio up to speed again and helping me to rethink an old dream, Dougie and all at The Warehouse in Edinburgh, everyone at Global Distribution, Joe Barden at Barden Pickups, Diane Jubrey at Takamine Guitars and Larry Dalton at Fishman Electronics.
Elliot would like to thank everyone at Number 77 past and present for putting up with him and the madness, Michelle and Michael Rebak for guidance and delivery, his mother Jo, Barry, Samantha, Adam and Grandma Rose for being there for him and finally, not forgotten, his father Leon and Grandfather Sam; forever in his heart.
Special thanks to Mo Warden for looking after the shop and more so for the outstanding website devotions, Pete Oram for volunteering as Hermit with Macallans and suffering the heartache, Yatta for marriage guidance and the ability to organise on shoestrings, all the organisers and members of the Company, of whom there are thankfully too many to mention, for all their support with this and all previous albums, John Crawley for eternal support, friendship and advice, all the staff at Hit and Run for remembering and helping out with the struggle, Nigel Hassler and Sophie at PTI for La Strada, Robert White for the calm, Sara and Simon at the Townhouse Fish Restaurant for the translations, Paul and Ann and all at the Tyneside Tavern 6 o'clock club for the tranquillity, the Jim-Jim's and all the friends of Kris, Win, Dave South and all the C.S.E. mob for the opportunities to shoot, and to all the musicians who worked on the album and everyone who played their part in putting this idea into action. Renee Arnold, Nicole (Nikki) Clevenger, Michelle Coltart, Tony Galuhn and all the crew of Tiki 4, San Diego, CA.
Also special mention to Gideon Bachmann for providing access to the Colour I hope to meet you some Fellini Day!
Heartfelt thanks to Wes and JY for the inspiration, Mark for making it so easy as always, Elliot for an outstanding piece of work and a firm shoulder, Calum for the weird calm and guidance, Tammi for 16 years, Tara for my future and finally Federico for the perspective I needed.
All tracks published by Fishy Music Ltd/Hit and Run Music (publishing) Ltd/EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
© 2000 Fishy Music Ltd
This album is dedicated to Federico Fellini 1920 - 1993
© 2001 Derek W. Dick under exclusive license to The Chocolate Frog Record Company Ltd