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    The Globe and Mail called the album "more of the subtle rock riches former Roxy Music guitarist Phil Manzanera is noted for," but noted that "new lead vocalist Tim Finn from New Zealand group Split Enz supplies a vocal style too wispy to match the musical elaboration and overall, the record suffers from feeling piecemeal."

  2. Album Credits. Featuring Bill MacCormick, John Wetton & Tim Finn. Producers Phil Manzanera. Writers Bill MacCormick, Ian MacCormick, John Wetton & 2 more. Agogô Kevin Godley. Backing Vocals By...

  3. 2 de jul. de 2010 · Tim Finn takes lead vocals on four tracks, though I’ve never found him to be a suitable mouthpiece for other people’s ideas. Bill MacCormick and brother Ian (a music journalist) provide songwriting support, and Bill’s two turns at the microphone (“Gone Flying,” “Walking Through Heaven’s Door”) might be the two best ...

  4. Tim Finn takes lead vocals on four tracks, though I’ve never found him to be a suitable mouthpiece for other people’s ideas. Bill MacCormick and brother Ian (a music journalist) provide songwriting support, and Bill’s two turns at the microphone (“Gone Flying,” “Walking Through Heaven’s Door”) might be the two best tracks on here.

  5. This page includes K-Scope's : cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, free MP3 download (stream), buy online links: amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by our experts, collaborators and members.

  6. Manzanera's second solo album K-Scope (1978) was originally intended to be the second 801 studio album, and indeed it featured many of the same personnel from Listen Now, including Ainley, Bill and Ian McCormick, John Wetton, Simon Phillips, Mel Collins, Tim and Neil Finn, Eddie Rayner, Godley and Creme, and keyboard player Dave Skinner.

  7. 3 de jul. de 2010 · The songs (there are only three instrumentals) feature Tim Finn, John Wetton and Bill MacCormick on vocals (logical deduction tells me that Bill and brother Ian are responsible for the silly lyrics, which are less clever than Eno but in the same bananaland).