Supertramp release ‘Even in the Quietest Moments’ featuring ‘Give a Little Bit’ (1977)

Supertramp’s ‘Even in the Quietest Moments’ is their fifth album recorded in Colorado and released in April 1977 by A&M.

Track Listing : 1.Give A Little Bit (Rick Davies, Roger Hodgson) – 04:08 . 2.Lover Boy (Rick Davies, Roger Hodgson) – 06:49 . 3.Even In The Quietest Moments (Rick Davies, Roger Hodgson) – 06:26 . 4.Downstream (Rick Davies, Roger Hodgson) – 04:00 . 5.Babaji (Rick Davies, Roger Hodgson) – 04:51 . 6.From Now On (Rick Davies, Roger Hodgson) – 06:21 . 7.Fool’S Overture (Rick Davies, Roger Hodgson) – 10:52

Musicians : Supertramp – Band . Rick Davies – Acoustic Piano On (1 – 2 – 4 – 6 – 7), Organ On (3 – 5 – 6), Fender Rhodes Electric Piano (Track 6), Synthesizers On (3 – 7), Clavinet On (1), Vocals, Lead On (2 – 4 – 6) . Roger Hodgson – Acoustic 12 String Guitar On (1 – 3), Electric Guitar On (1 – 2 – 5 – 6), Acoustic Piano On (5 – 7), Synthesizers On (7), Harmonium On (7), Vocals, Lead On (1 – 3 – 5 – 7) . John Helliwell – Saxophones On (1 – 5 – 6 – 7), Vocals, Clarinet On (3), Synthesizers On (7), Melodica On (6) . Dougie Thomson – Bass Guitar On (1 – 2 – 3 – 5 – 6 – 7) . Bob Siebenberg – Percussion On (1 – 2 – 3 – 5 – 6 – 7), Drums On (1 – 2 – 3 – 5 – 6 – 7) . Gary Mielke – Oberheim Programming

Production : Produced By Supertramp . Peter Henderson – Engineer . Russel Pope – Engineer . Tom Anderson – Assistant Engineer . Tom Likes – Assistant Engineer . Steve Smith – Assistant Engineer . Geoff Emerick – Mixing . Frank Deluna – Mastering

Arrangements : Michel Colombier, Supertramp

Package : Mike Doud – Art Direction . Kenneth Mcgowan – Photography . Bob Seidemann – Photography

Recorded November 1976 – January 1977 At Caribou Ranch, Nederland, Co; Record Plant Studios, Los Angeles.

Released On April 10, 1977 By A&M.

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Classic Rock Review
Davies tour de force, not just on this album but probably for his entire career is, “From Now On”. It is a bittersweet, almost melancholy song about the mundane routines of life but it never feels abrasive or excruciating. […]

SOMETHING ELSE!
There was more to Supertramp’s Even in the Quietest Moments than ‘Give a Little Bit’“I’ve always believed in love,” Hodgson tells us. “I’ve always longed for love. It was written at the end of the 1960s, when there was a lot of hope. The whole movement was very powerful, back then. The Beatles had written ‘All You Need is Love,’ and that might have influenced me, too.” […]

Sputnikmusic
The best part in probably the whole album is Roger singing Dreamer in the background, a little homage to his song on Crime of the Century. It sets imaginations ablaze and creates mystery and intrigue among listeners, this one included. […]

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