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1Cast No Shadow4:17
2My Only Son4:06
3Over The Reef5:35
4Send Me The Bill For Your Friendship3:36
5The Martlet4:14
6Last Time Around4:41
7Ragged Rain Life2:57
8My Old Friends4:07
9 Additional Recordings
11Guitar Piece2:10
13Country Song3:40
14Babe Rainbow4:18
15In A Mist7:10


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SRKA 6754, 1E 064 ∘ 94068Duncan Browne Duncan Browne ‎(LP, Album)RAK, RAKSRKA 6754, 1E 064 ∘ 94068UK1973
EOP-80841Duncan Browne Duncan Browne ‎(LP, Album)OdeonEOP-80841Japan1973
VSCD-570Duncan Browne Duncan Browne ‎(CD, Album, RE)Vivid SoundVSCD-570Japan1998
SRKA 6754, 1E 064 ∘ 94068Duncan Browne Duncan Browne ‎(LP, Album, TP, W/Lbl)RAK, RAKSRKA 6754, 1E 064 ∘ 94068UK1973
WPCR 15712Duncan Browne Duncan Browne ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)ParlophoneWPCR 15712Japan2014


  • Arranged ByDuncan Browne, Mickey Most
  • BassJim Rodford (tracks: 1, 6)
  • Coordinator [Project Co-Ordination for EMI]Nigel Reeve
  • Coordinator [Project Co-Ordination]Tim Chacksfield
  • DesignPhil Smee
  • DrumsRobert Henrit (tracks: 1, 6)
  • Electric GuitarDuncan Browne
  • Flamenco GuitarDuncan Browne
  • KeyboardsJohn "Rabbit" Bundrick, John Cameron
  • Liner NotesSean Lyons
  • Mixed ByPeter Mew (tracks: 13, 14)
  • OrganJohn "Rabbit" Bundrick (tracks: 10)
  • Photography By [Original Sleeve Photography]Max Edwards
  • PianoDuncan Browne (tracks: 7), John "Rabbit" Bundrick (tracks: 2), John Cameron (tracks: 5)
  • ProducerMickey Most
  • SynthesizerJohn "Rabbit" Bundrick (tracks: 10)
  • VocalsDuncan Browne, Keith Hodge , Suzi Quatro, Tony Carr
  • Written-ByDuncan Browne


Additional recordings, not on original LP from 1973:
Track 11: b-side to 'Journey' (RAK 135)
Track 12: single a-aside (RAK 162)
Tracks 13-14: previously unreleased


  • Barcode: 7 24353 56232 8
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L047
  • Matrix / Runout (Printed): EMI UDEN 5356232 @ 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped): 1-1-2-NL
  • Rights Society: bel BIEM
  • Label Code: LC 0542


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Pressed By – EMI Uden
  • Glass Mastered At – EMI Uden
  • Designed At – Waldo's Design & Dream Emporium


Duncan Browne - Duncan Browne MP3 FLAC
Performer: Duncan Browne
Genre: Rock / Pop
Title: Duncan Browne
Country: Europe
Released: 2002
MP3 album: 1672 mb
FLAC album: 2833 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 035
Source: CD, Album, Enhanced, Reissue
№ Cat: 7243 5 35623 2 8
Label: EMI

In what way is this disc "Enhanced"? I find no trace that it is with my copy.
RE: mundayschild review below: This album did receive a very decent re-issue which in fact includes 'In A Mist’ and ‘Mignon’, which you refer to, but neither of which were on the original album.
This is one of the LPs from my collection I really regret selling. Otherworldly, spectral, haunting, bleak, disturbing, dark and many other superlatives. This isn’t an easy listen due to the pain in the vocals. It is however stunningly beautiful in it's intensity and emotion. Vastly different to his first Syd Barrett influenced pop psyche immediate album. Largely sparse instrumentation and vocals. But, the songs have hallucinogenic arrangements and twists/turns. Standouts for me are ‘Cast No Shadow’ ‘My Old Friends’ ‘My Only Son’ ‘Ragged Rain Life’ ‘The Martlet’ ‘In A Mist’ and the beautiful, slightly disorientating ‘Mignon’His playing is unusual and unique, nylon string guitar which gives the songs a warm, comfy sound. I digress, this is a brilliant record by a genius singer songwriter. One that deserves more recognition and a decent reissue effort.
I came to know Duncan Browne quite recently but in the past few months I've bought everything he's done. This is I think his master work. It requires repeated listening.How to describe this... maybe the wet dream of The White Album through the voice of a genius who lost?Stylistically, it's... let's start the naming box... [folk/prog/pop/rock]. Naming box ends.It's incredibly well-written, performed and produced, it's a work of genius that was maybe too good in all its details for a very stupid time in British music.The song "Journey" is one of the best British pop songs ever written, right up there with Ray Davies' best.The album as a whole is probably one of the best British albums ever made.The Journey anthology manages to miss out all of what I think are this album's greatest moments in order to make him seem more conventional. It's a deep disservice to him I think.I hear joy.
I agree, this album is The One. Totally exquisite. Will post a link to the full review I've written on here at some point.