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Refugee - Refugee Scaricare
Prog Rock
FC 6066
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24th Movement: Rapids
3Gate Crasher1:02
4Ritt Mickley4:52
55th Movement: The Mighty Colorado
64th Movement: The Lost Cause
72nd Movement: I Believe
Written-By – Lee Jackson
81st Movement: The Source
95th Movement: Agitato
102nd Movement: Theme For The Canyon
113rd Movement: The Journey
Written-By – Lee Jackson
126th Movement: I Believe (Part II)
Written-By – Lee Jackson
131st Movement: Prelude
147th Movement: Variation
153rd Movement: Theme
Written-By – Lee Jackson
178th Movement: Main Theme Finale


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CAS 1087, CAS. 1087Refugee Refugee ‎(LP, Album, Lar)Charisma, CharismaCAS 1087, CAS. 1087UK1974
9103 101Refugee Refugee ‎(LP)Charisma9103 101France1974
AIRAC-1561Refugee Refugee ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Pap)Air Mail ArchiveAIRAC-1561Japan2009
VJCP-2543Refugee Refugee ‎(CD, Album, RE)Virgin Japan, CharismaVJCP-2543Japan1990
IDVP002CDRefugee Refugee ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Time WaveIDVP002CDUK2006


  • Bass, Cello [Electric], Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Lead VocalsLee Jackson
  • Design [Sleeve]Fabio Nicoli Associates
  • Drums, Timpani, Gong, Bells [Tibetan Temple], Drums [African], Cabasa, Percussion [Broken Glass]Brian Davison
  • Organ, Synthesizer [Mini-Moog, AKS], Piano, Clavinet, Organ [Pipe], Mellotron, Horn [Alpine], Electronics [Slinky], Electric Piano, Vocals [Occasional]Patrick Moraz
  • Photography ByRoger Stowell
  • ProducerJohn Burns, Refugee
  • Recorded By [Polyphonic Sounds]Professor Ristori, Patrick Moraz


Produced at Island Studios, February 1974.
Polyphonic sounds recorded at ART Studios in Geneva, Switzerland.

Includes inner sleeve with lyrics/credits.

Codici a barre

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): ST-FC-743133-MO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): ST-FC-743134-MO


  • Pressed By – Monarch Record Mfg. Co.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Stratton-Smith Productions, Ltd.



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