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In 1967 Delia co-wrote and created ''Firebird'' with David Vorhaus and Brian Hodgson for the 1968 album ''[[An Electric Storm]]''.
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In 1967 Delia is credited as the co-writer of the track [[Firebird]] with David Vorhaus and Brian Hodgson for the 1968 album ''[[An Electric Storm]]'', though I gather that Delia actually wrote it s few years earlier and dug it out for the album.<ref>I forget where I heard that - maybe from [[James Percival]] or in [[James Percival's thesis|his thesis]].</ref>
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The second song recorded by White Noise.<ref name=jayedelman>jayedelman's [http://www.oocities.org/jayedelman/whitenoise.html ''An Electronic Storm - The White Noise''] on geocities.com</ref>
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=Credits=
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Co-writers: Delia and [[David Vorhaus]]
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Vocals: [[John Whitman]]<ref name=jayedelman/>
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Backing vocals: [[Lisa Pollack]]<ref name=jayedelman/>
  
 
=Copyright=
 
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Publisher: Island Music Ltd
 
Publisher: Island Music Ltd
 
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=Duration=
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2:43 on vinyl, 3:00 on CD.
  
 
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On CD:<BR>
 
{{Spectrogram|Firebird - Spectrogram}}
 
{{Spectrogram|Firebird - Spectrogram}}
  

Latest revision as of 23:47, 19 September 2018

In 1967 Delia is credited as the co-writer of the track Firebird with David Vorhaus and Brian Hodgson for the 1968 album An Electric Storm, though I gather that Delia actually wrote it s few years earlier and dug it out for the album.[1]

The second song recorded by White Noise.[2]

Credits

Co-writers: Delia and David Vorhaus Vocals: John Whitman[2] Backing vocals: Lisa Pollack[2]

Copyright

The Performing Rights Society's list of works by Delia Ann Derbyshire has:

Title:Firebird
Writer(s): Derbyshire, Delia Ann; Vorhaus, David Glyn
Publisher: Island Music Ltd

Duration

2:43 on vinyl, 3:00 on CD.

Spectrogram

On CD:
Firebird - Spectrogram.jpg

Availability

  1. I forget where I heard that - maybe from James Percival or in his thesis.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 jayedelman's An Electronic Storm - The White Noise on geocities.com