A Story Ended is a 1972 album by English double-saxophonist Dick Heckstall-Smith, recorded with fellow Colosseum alumni and released on Bronze.
A1. “Future Song” (4:07)
A2. “Crabs” (5:12)
A3. “Moses in the Bullrushourses” (3:40)
A4. “What the Morning Was After” (5:31)
B1. “The Pirate’s Dream” (11:12)
B2. “Same Old Thing” (6:32)
Dick Heckstall-Smith — tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, composer
Paul Williams — vocals
Caleb Quaye — electric guitar, acoustic guitar
Mark Clarke — bass guitar, vocals
Rob Tait — drums
Dave Greenslade — piano
Gordon Beck — piano
Graham Bond — piano, organ, moog synthesizer, vocals
Jon Hiseman — drums, congas, bongos, maracas, producer, composer
Chris Spedding — electric guitar
Chris Farlowe — vocals
Tom Newman — engineer, mixing engineer
Peter Gallen — mixing engineer
Geoff Young — mixing engineer
Mike Vickers — Moog
Christine Roche — design, photography
Clem Clempson — composer
Pete Brown — composer
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