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On a Wing and a Prayer

On a Wing and a Prayer

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by Gerry Rafferty

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Polygram Uk


Album Credits

Performance Credits

Gerry Rafferty   Primary Artist,Acoustic Guitar,Vocals,Background Vocals,Hi String
Mo Foster   Bass,Bass Guitar,Fretless Bass Guitar
Jerry Donahue   Electric Guitar
Joe Egan   Background Vocals
Melanie Harrold   Background Vocals
Bryn Haworth   Guitar,Mandolin
Jim Rafferty   Background Vocals
Arran Ahmun   Percussion,Castanets,Conga,Cymbals,Drums,Tambourine,Tom-Tom,Multi Instruments,Bells,Shaker,cowbell,talking drum,finger cymbals,Go Go Bell,Hi Hat
Hugh Burns   Guitar,Electric Guitar,Rhythm Guitar
B.J. Cole   Pedal Steel Guitar
Mel Collins   Saxophone,Baritone Saxophone,Soprano Saxophone
Andrew Jackman   Cor anglais
Julian Littman   Background Vocals
Nicky Moore   Background Vocals
Lianne Carroll   Background Vocals
Pavel Rosak   Bass,Percussion,Drums,Keyboards,Brass

Technical Credits

Gerry Rafferty   Producer
Glen Gray   Liner Notes
Jim Rafferty   Artwork,Cover Design
Barry Hammond   Engineer
Andrew Jackman   Arranger,Horn Arrangements,String Arrangements
Hugh Murphy   Producer,Engineer
Gavyn Wright   String Conductor
Pavel Rosak   Programming,drum programming,Percussion Programming
Glenn Gray   Liner Notes

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On a Wing and a Prayer 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Gerry returned with this impressive 1992 offering after a 4 year break from North and South(1988), immediately that you hear the ticking intro on Time's Caught Up On You, at once you are aware of being in the presence of a master in full flow. Rafferty's ear for rich melody and poignant lyrics are undiminished and indeed this is his best album since Night Owl (1979). The subject matter focusses on his marriage breakdown and he explores all of the emotions harnessed within. He's come full circle from 'Mattie's Rag' on his 1978 masterpiece, 'City to City' and he still delivers songs as finely crafted on this album. A particular favourite is 'Don't Speak of My Heart', which Rafferty delivers with perfect emotion. This man is a rare talent and we don't see enough of him!