Suite London is an album by English jazz/rock/soul trio The Peddlers, recorded with the London Philharmonic Orchestra and released in 1972 on Philips.
A1. “This Strange Affair” (4:11)
A2. “Raining in London” (1:40)
A3. “Sequence of Thought” (3:02)
A4. “Did She” (2:16)
A5. “In Juxtaposition” (1:13)
A6. “Under London Lights” (2:58)
A7. “River Lives” (2:44)
B1. “I Have Seen” (5:03)
B2. “Impressions – Movements 1, 2 and 3” (2:47)
B3. “A Year and a Day” (2:14)
B4. “This Strange Affair – Reprise” (2:47)
B5. “This Is It” (2:09)
B6. “A Year And A Day – Metamorphosis” (4:56)
CD reissue bonus tracks:
14. “Manah” (3:11)
15. “Have You Ever Been to Georgia” (3:00)
16. “Back Alley Jane” (4:25)
17. “Nothing Sacred” (3:45)
18. “Sing Me an Old Song” (2:49)
19. “It’s So Easy” (5:22)
Keyboards, Vocals – Roy Phillips
Electric Bass – Tab Martin
Drums – Trevor Morais
Bass – Bryan Scott , David James, George Nevison, Kenneth Goode, Stephen Crabtree, William Webster
Bassoon – Deidre Dundas-Grant, Michael Boyle, Valentine Kennedy
Cello – Alexander Cameron, Christopher Irby, David Strange, John Nisbet, Michael Garbutt, Peter Vel, Ronald Calder, Thomas Francis
Clarinet – Bernard Walton , Peter Maunder, Stephen Trier
Electric Guitar – Tony Walmsley
Flute – Colin Chambers, Douglas Whittaker, Robin Chapman
Horns – Iain Keddie, Jeffrey Bryant, Joseph Currie, Keith Whitmore, Ronald Harris
Leader – Rodney Friend
Oboe – Maurice Checker, Roger Winfield
Orchestrated By – Peter Robinson
Percussion – John Punter, Keith Millar, Peter Chrippes
Timpani – Russell Jordan
Trombone – Colin Busby, Derek James , Peter Harvey
Trumpet – Gordon Webb, Michael Clothier, Sidney Ellison
Tuba – Paul Lawrence
Viola – Allan McDougall , Andrew Thomas, David Godsell, David Newland, John Chambers (4), Judith Swan, Martin Koster, Wrayburn Glasspool
Violin [First] – Albert Hepton, Celia Mitchell, Christine Read, Dennis Simons, George Apel, Gerald Jarvis, John Greensmith, John Kuchmy, Kenneth King , Marie Wilson, Michael McMenemy, Rodney Friend, Sheila Beckensall, Vera Kantrovich, William Leary
Violin [Second] – Brian Porter , Christopher Adey, David Marcou, David McLaren, Eleanor St. George, Geoffrey Price, Harry Wild, John Mayo, John Willison, Kenneth Weston, Maire Dillon, Nina Whitehurst, Remo Lauricella, Robert Growcott, Ronald Vaughan , Wolfgang Kellerman
Composed By – Roy Phillips
Conductor – Martyn Ford
Engineer – Bill Price, Chris Michie , Mike Clayton
Coordinator – Cyril Smith
Design [Sleeve] – Bloomsbury Group
Producer – Peter Robinson
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