Reference: DISC 1942 CD
When Howard brought Audience to a close in late 1972 he got to work on his first solo album King Brilliant (also now reissued on Luminous Records) and it was around the time of this album that Howard was approached by The Doors and asked to fill the space left by Jim Morrison. Howard spent some time rehearsing with them, but after some agonising and deliberation, Ray Manzarek decided against The Doors reforming. However Howard was later to reunite with Ray in Hollywood, where they worked together extensively on Howards songs, some of which would later be re-worked to form the basis of the album Six Of One, which was originally released on Howards own METABop! label, in conjuction with Jake Riviera, Elvis Costellos manager and business partner.
01. Cocktail Shake
02. Got To Unwind
03. The Embezzler
04. A Human Note
05. Ugly Water
06. Midnight Flyer
07. Fading Star
08. Dear Joan
10. The Aleph
12. Mechanical Dream*
All songs written by H. A. Werth and published by The Charisma Music Publishing Co. except track 12 MCPS.
Original album & *bonus track recorded 1975
Produced by Gus Dudgeon. Engineer Phil Dunne.
Tape Ops Bunny, Steve, Phil.
CD remastered by Tim Turan at Turan Audio, Oxford.
CD design Simon Robinson @ Darker Than Blue.
This compilation (P) and (C) 1999 Luminous Records.
The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Howard Werth.
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