from 'A Whiter Shade Of Pale' (1978). Produced by Giorgio Moroder and
that the European editions of this album (CD and LP) fade out slightly
prematurely on the final track 'In Love With Love' whereas the original
US LP does not.
Whiter Shade Of Pale
for 'A Whiter Shade Of Pale' read as follows:
theme continued with the distinctive image of the dancing robots, which
originally appeared on the cover of Munich Machine's first album (1977).
This was painted by artist Shusei Nagaoka who painted similar sci-fi images
for albums by ELO 'Out Of The Blue', Earth Wind and Fire 'Raise', Meco 'The
Wizard Of Oz', Space 'Just Blue' and Giorgio 'E=MC2' (below).
Floor: Keith Forsey, Les Hurdle, Mats Bjoerklund, Geoff Bastow, Dino
Solera, Cap Etienne, Lee Harper, Giorgio Moroder, Dan Wyman
Foreman: Giorgio Moroder
Foreman: Geoff Bastow
Steward: Juergen 'Shirk-To-Rule' Koppers
- Tea Lady:
Sid The Quint
Lucy O'Neale, Gitte Walther, Claudia Schwarz
Giorgio Moroder & Pete Bellotte