National Health is the debut album by the namesake English jazz-rock ensemble, recorded in 1977 and released in February 1978 on Affinity/Passport.
A1. “Tenemos Roads” (14:43)
A2. “Brujo” (10:19 —
B1. “Borogoves (Excerpt From Part 2)” (4:16)
B2. “Borogoves (Part 1)” (6:37)
B3. “Elephants” (14:37)
Dave Stewart — organ, piano, electric piano, composer
Phil Miller — guitar
Neil Murray — bass
Pip Pyle — drums, cowbell, tambourine, gong, glockenspiel, finger cymbals, shaker, bells, toy xylophone
Alan Gowen — Moog, electric piano, piano, composer
Amanda Parsons — vocals
Jimmy Hastings — flute, bass clarinet, clarinet
Mike Dunne — recording engineer
Paul Northfield — recording engineer, mix engineer
Brian Gaynor — recording engineer
National Health — producer, mix engineer
Kevin Burke — sleeve design
Laurie Lewis — photography
John Mitchell — percussion, temple blocks, congas
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