Ron Geesin

12-13-11

Ron Geesin

LP                RAISE OF EYEBROWS, A                                    TRANSATLANTIC UK   TRA 161

1967 14 TRKS debut

CD                RAISE OF EYEBROWS, A / AS HE STANDS     SEE FOR MILES UK     SEECD 433

1967/1973 30 TRKS 2 on 1

CD                MUSIC FROM “THE BODY” (O.S.T.)                   EMI UK                            CZ 178

1970 22 TRKS (CDP 792548.2) 1st CD issue

LP                MUSIC FROM “THE BODY” (O.S.T.)                   HARVEST UK                 SHSP 4008

1970 22 TRKS custom labels; Pink Floyd

LP                MUSIC FROM “THE BODY” (O.S.T.)                   ODEON JP                     OP-80214

1970 22 TRKS insert

LP                ELECTROSOUND                                                 KPM UK                           KPM 1102

1972 19 TRKS

LP                AS HE STANDS                                                      RON GEESIN                 RON 28

1973 16 TRKS private release

LP                PATRUNS                                                               RON GEESIN                 RON 31

1975 15 TRKS private release

LP                RIGHT THROUGH                                                 RON GEESIN                 RON 323

1977 9 TRKS private release

CD                FUNNY FROWN                                                     RON GEESIN                 HEDCD 001

1991 17 TRKS #369 / 500 Ltd. Ed.

CD                HYSTERY – THE RON GEESIN STORY            CHERRY RED UK        CDBRED 110

1994 28 TRK Collection

In November, I was forwarded a Ron Geesin article / interview by Jim Donato:

http://thequietus.com/articles/07279-ron-geesin-interview

Apparently, Mr. Geesin has been working on his new project since 1986!  “Journey Of A Melody” – certainly sounds interesting; I am still recovering from his 1977 release “Right Through”!

Mr. Geesin appears on Pink Floyd “Atom Heart Mother” (1970) and he also notably produced an LP for Bridget St. John “Songs For The Gentle Man” (1971).

 

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