Rupert Holmes ‎– Widescreen (1974)

Widescreen is the debut album by American composer/musician/vocalist Rupert Holmes, released in 1974 on Epic.

Tracklist:
A1. “Widescreen” (3:56)
A2. “Terminal” (4:15)
A3. “Second Saxophone” (4:27)
A4. “Phantom of the Opera” (3:00)
A5. “Talk” (3:12)
A6. “Bagdad” (4:26)
B1. “Our National Pastime” (2:55)
B2. “Letters That Cross in the Mail” (3:10)
B3. “Soap Opera” (4:15)
B4. “Psycho Drama” (9:46)

Credits:
Rupert Holmes — piano, electric piano, synthesizer, Hammond organ, clarinet, chimes, vocals, writer, arranger, orchestration, conductor, alto saxophone, soloist
Jeffrey Lesser — producer, director, arranger, engineer, voices
Vincent Bell — electric guitar, acoustic guitar
Elliott Randall — electric guitar, acoustic guitar
Jay Berliner — acoustic guitar
Sal DiTroia — acoustic guitar
Stu Scharf — acoustic guitar
Wilbur Bascomb — electric bass
Russell George — electric bass
John Miller — electric bass, upright bass
Martin Fulterman — drums, oboe
Al Rogers — drums
Jimmy Young — drums
John Frosk — trumpet
Alan Rubin — trumpet
Jimmy Sedlar — trumpet
Joe Shepley — trumpet
Lewis Michael Soloff — trumpet
Mickey Gravine — trombone
Mico Minardo — trombone
Andre Wayne — trombone
David Taylor — bass trombone
Peter Gordon — French horn
Bill Hamilton — French horn
Bob Carlisle — French horn
Lew Delgatto — reeds
Phil Bodner — reeds
Jerry Dodgion — reeds
William Slapin — reeds
Romeo Penque — reeds
David Nadien — violin
Paul Gershman — violin
Manny Green — violin
Harry Lookofsky — violin
Joseph Malignaggi — violin
Charles McCracken — violin
Elliot Rosoff — violin
Anahid Ajemian — violin
Ruth Buffington — violin
Israel Chorberg — violin
Michael Comins — violin
Sidney Kauffmann — violin
John Palanchian — violin
Irving Spice — violin
Jesse Levy — cello
Maurice Bialkin — cello
Sally Rosoff — cello
Toby Saks — cello
Seymour Barab — cello
Harry Cykman — cello
George Koutzen — cello
Alan Shulman — cello

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