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Álbum: Raudelunas 'Pataphysical Revue
País: UK
Liberado: 2003
Estilo: Experimental, Free Improvisation
Etiqueta: Alcohol
Genre: Electrónica / Jazz / Rock
Catálogo #: ALRP1CD
Tamaño del FLAC: 2659 mb.
Tamaño del MP3: 2662 mb.
Clasificación: 4.2/5
Votos: 025
Fuente de los registros: CD, Reissue

Lista de canciones

1The Captains Of Industry
Performer [Various Appliances] – The Captains Of Industry
2The Lonely Astronauts
Alto Saxophone – Johnny Williams Alto Saxophone, Guitar – Davey WilliamsBass – Theodore BowenCello – Cathy MehlerDrums – Mark LanterEnsemble – The Blue Denim Deals Without The ArmsHarp, Percussion – Anne LeBaronPerformer [Coronet] – Nolan HatcherPiano – Adrian DyeSoprano Saxophone – Fred McGannSteel Drums – Charles OgdenTenor Saxophone – Roger HagertyTrombone, Harmonica [Baritone], Percussion [Gourd] – Craig NuttTrumpet, Trombone, Horn [Baritone], Percussion [Gourd] – Mitchell CashionViola, Trumpet – LaDonna Smith
3The Raffle
Performer – Fred Lane
Performer – That Darn Lane (again)
5The Shemp Howard Story
Performer – Rev. Fred Lane
6My Kind Of Town (Chicago Is)
Alto Saxophone – Johnny Fent-ListerBass – Abdul 'Ben' CamelDrums – 'Bill' The Kid DapEnsemble – Ron 'Pate's DebonairsGuitar, Alto Saxophone, Other [Pataphone] – Cyd CheriseHarp, Percussion – Nips 'Napes' NewtonMC, Other [Comic], Other [Star], Vocals – Fred LaneOboe, Musette, Tenor Saxophone – Dick FootePiano – Omar Bagh-dad-aTrombone – Ron 'Pate, Bob 'Cheapskate' CashionTrumpet – Don 'Pretty Boy' SmithWritten-By – Cahn/Van Heusen
7Concerto For Active Frogs
Alto Saxophone – Davey WilliamsChorus [Frogs] – Craig Nutt, Janice Hathaway, Johnny Williams , LaDonna Smith, Mitchell Cashion, Nolan Hatcher, Theodore BowenOboe, Musette – Roger HagertyOther [Species] – Jack ReesePercussion, Tape – Anne LeBaronVocals [Solo] – Adrian DyeWritten-By – Anne LeBaron
Ensemble – Ron 'Pate's DebonairsWritten-By – Modugno, Parish
9The Chief Divisions Of The Peoples Of Gaul
Cymbal – Theodore BowenEnsemble – The Nubis Oxis QuarumGuitar – Mitchell CashionHarp – Anne LeBaronHorn [Baritone] – Davey WilliamsMusette – Roger HagertyPercussion – Mark LanterPercussion [Gourd], Vocals [Recitation] – Craig NuttPerformer [Coronet], Vocals [Recitation] – Nolan HatcherViola – LaDonna SmithWritten-By – J. Caesar, M. Cashion
Performer – That Darn Lane
Performer – Chuck Oggman


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
NR6155Ron 'Pate's Debonairs Raudelunas 'Pataphysical Revue ‎(LP, Ltd, Num)Say Day-Bew RecordsNR6155US1975
SDB-1Ron 'Pate's Debonairs Raudelunas 'Pataphysical Revue ‎(LP, RE)Say Day-Bew RecordsSDB-1US1977
SDB-1Ron 'Pate's Debonairs Raudelunas 'Pataphysical Revue ‎(LP, RE)Say Day-Bew RecordsSDB-1US1979


  • Design [Jacket]Craig Nutt
  • EngineerWilliam Alford
  • Executive-ProducerEd Baxter
  • Liner NotesCraig Nutt, Nolan Hatcher
  • Other [Booleys] – Bunte
  • Other [Heruka] – Hammondi
  • Photography ByDoug Newby
  • ProducerCraig Nutt


Recorded 16 March 1975, at Ferguson Theatre, University of Alabama Tuscaloosa, Alabama, in conjunction with the Second Raudelunas Exposition.

Códigos de barras

  • Barcode: 7 52725 01372 7
  • Matrix / Runout (outer ring): DISCTRONICS ALRP1CD 01
  • Matrix / Runout (inner ring): MADE IN THE UK BY UNIVERSAL M&L
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L135
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 04G3


  • Made By – Universal M & L, UK
  • Recorded At – Ferguson Theater, University Of Alabama, Tuscaloosa



The debut album by Ron 'Pate's Debonairs, featuring Reverend Fred Lane his first appearance on vinyl, is titled Raudelunas 'Pataphysical Revue 1977, a live theatrical performance. A review in The Wire magazine said, No other record has ever come as close to realising Alfred Jarry's desire 'to make the soul monstrous'-or even had the vision or invention to try. Pate note the pataphysical apostrophe and Lane were central members in the Raudelunas art collective in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Talking of tenuous LAFMS connections, Here's Ron Pates Debonairs featuring the Reverand Fred Lane from 1975. I am not aware of anyone from the LAFMS appearing on this record, but I always assumed there were as it seems to walk the same lonely highway as many of their releases from the same epoch. Weren't the Doo Dooettes also the Captains of Industry . if not, they should have been and Airway could have been the Lonely Astronauts . Alfred Jarry would have been proud of this fine album. for all saddo's out there, this is on that bloody Nurse With Wound List by the way Tracklist . Recorded 16 March 1975, at Ferguson Theatre, University of Alabama Tuscaloosa, Alabama, in conjunction with the Second Raudelunas Exposition. Comes with insert in blue gatefold cover. Raudelunas 'pataphysical Revue. Get album. étez votre collection Ron 'Pate's Debonairs. Originally recorded in 1975, there have been three vinyl pressings of the Raudelunas 'Pataphysical Revue. Album: Raudelunas 'Pataphysical Revue 1975 Label: Say Day-Bew Records US. Ron 'Pate's Debonairs - Raudelunas 'Pataphysical Revue 1977. don't hang around, enjoy good music Posted by Lisa Sinder at 11:33 PM. Ron 'Pate's Debonairs - Monologue, The Lonely Astronauts, Concerto For Active Frogs, The Shemp Howard Story, The Captains Of Industry, The Chief Divisions Of The Peoples Of Gaul, Monolgue, Introduction и другие скачать. ВКонтакте универсальное средство для общения и поиска друзей и одноклассников, которым ежедневно пользуются десятки миллионов человек. Мы хотим, чтобы друзья, однокурсники, одноклассники, соседи. Additional details. Type: Album. Status: Official

If you examine the booklet and tracklisting for this album you will see that it's really a various artists album.
All the tracks have different credits - for instance not just Ron Pate's Debonairs but also Chuck Oggman, Fred Lane, Blue Denim Deals Without the Arms, The Captains of Industry and The Nubis Oxis Quarum.
However - the original vinyl release may well be just credited to Ron Pate's Debonairs ... it's hard to tell from the front sleeve only.
If you examine the corresponding vinyl entry the individual track credits are entered in much greater detail. I haven't got the energy or the ambition to tackle this I'm afriad - just thought I'd point it out.
This Cd version should have been copied from draft and entered thusly imo.