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  1. Music from The Body by Roger Waters released in 1970. Find album reviews, track lists, credits, awards and more at AllMusic.

  2. The Body. An ANGLO-E.M.I. Presentation. Produced by Tony Garnett. Directed by Roy Battersby. A Kestrel Film. Released by M.G.M.-E.M.I. Distributors. Producer credit - Roger Waters is credited as: Roger Waters (of Pink Floyd) He is credited on rear booklet as: Roger Waters (of the Pink Floyd) Made In U.K.

  3. ClassicalJewels, Diognes_The_Fox, afrankski, Veratrum.nigrum, manus-von-alles velove musikat casadyfan RussellJG3161. Report Suspicious Activity. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1976 Vinyl release of "Music From The Body" on Discogs.

  4. 27 de dic. de 2006 · "Music from The Body" is basically a soundtrack for a film version of Anthony Smith's book "The Body", written in 1968. Actually the whole soundtrack was re-recorded for a vinyl release because Ron wanted to make it sound better than it originaly did. This is probably more of a Ron Geesin album than Roger Waters solo attempt.

  5. Music From the Body, an Album by Ron Geesin & Roger Waters. Released 28 November 1970 on Harvest (catalog no. SHSP 4008; Vinyl LP). Genres: Film Soundtrack, Singer-Songwriter, Art Rock, Experimental Rock. Rated #915 in the best albums of 1970. Featured peformers: Roger Waters (bass guitar, vocals, guitar, voices, producer), Ron Geesin (guitar, cello, Hammond organ, harmonium, piano, banjo ...

  6. 21 de ene. de 2007 · This is the soundtrack album to go with the 1970 film The Body, by Ron Geesin (orchestrator of Atom Heart Mother) with the help of Roger Water of Pink Floyd. Amongst the numerous bodily function noise loops with music, there are 4 excellent Waters tracks: Seashell & Stone, Breathe, Chain Of Life and Give Birth To A Smile.

  7. 1か月前に編集されました. 参照 Music From The Body ( CD, Album, Reissue, Stereo) 0 77779 25482 8. A completely superfluous album from Ron Geesin & Roger Waters with the exception of the final track 'Give Birth to a Smile' featuring an uncredited entire band performance from Pink Floyd. It's also an absolute corker of a tune.