Invisible Threads

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Invisible Threads
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Studio album by Andy Summers and John Etheridge
Released: 1993-10-19
Recorded: 1993-05-25 - 1993-06-14
Length: ALBUM LENGTH
Label(s): Rhino/WEA
Producer(s): Andy Summers
Studio(s): Blast Studios

Introduction

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Personnel

  • Andy Summers: acoustic guitars, 12 string guitars, acoustic bass
  • John Etheridge: acoustic guitars, 12 string guitars, acoustic bass
  • Recorded and mixed by Eddie King
  • Technical Production Assistant: Dennis Smith

Track listing

  1. Broken Brains
  2. Moravia
  3. Stoneless Counts
  4. Lolita
  5. Nuages
  6. The Big Gliss
  7. Counting The Days
  8. Radiant Lizards
  9. Monks Mood
  10. Archimedes
  11. Heliotrope
  12. Little Transgressions

Singles released

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Variants, special editions and re-releases

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Charts

Album

Year Chart Country Position
YYYY CHART COUNTRY POSITION REACHED

Singles

Year Song Chart Country Position
YYYY SONG CHART COUNTRY POSITION REACHED

Awards, nominations, and certifications

Awards

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Year Winner Award Category
YYYY WINNER (album, song, producer, etc.) AWARD (Grammy, People's Choice, etc.) CATEGORY

Nominations

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Year Nominee Award Category
YYYY NOMINEE (album, song, producer, etc.) AWARD (Grammy, People's Choice, etc.) CATEGORY

Certifications

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Country Certifier Classification Certification
COUNTRY CERTIFIER (RIAA, IFPI...) CLASSIFICATION (Album, singles, foreign artist...) CERTIFICATION (Gold, Platinum, Diamond...)

Quotations and trivia

Andy Summers and John Etheridge met for the first time on 1976-08-31. In Guitar "unplugged" magazine from April 1994 Andy mentions that recording this record only took about five days, plus another week for mixing it at another studio. Andy then spent another four or five days fiddling around with final details and the running order.

See also

External links and reviews

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References