Widescreen [The Collector's Edition]

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All Music Guide - Richie Unterberger
Holmes' debut betrayed the heavy influence of Brian Wilson and to a lesser degree Nilsson, but his self-professed cinematic brand of songwriting was far closer to adult contemporary and MOR Tin Pan Alley than either of those greats dared to tread. Barbra Streisand helped launch Holmes' career by covering two of the songs, "Widescreen" and "Letters in the Mail." [The 2001 reissue adds 11 bonus tracks: "Studio Musician" and "Brass Knuckles," from his eponymous album; three versions of "No Small Affair"; the TV theme songs "Remember WENN" and "Hi Honey, I'm Home"; a demo of "There You Are"; "By Myself" from Solitary Confinement; "Theme From Accomplice"; and "The Bitter ...
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All Music Guide - Richie Unterberger
Holmes' debut betrayed the heavy influence of Brian Wilson and to a lesser degree Nilsson, but his self-professed cinematic brand of songwriting was far closer to adult contemporary and MOR Tin Pan Alley than either of those greats dared to tread. Barbra Streisand helped launch Holmes' career by covering two of the songs, "Widescreen" and "Letters in the Mail." [The 2001 reissue adds 11 bonus tracks: "Studio Musician" and "Brass Knuckles," from his eponymous album; three versions of "No Small Affair"; the TV theme songs "Remember WENN" and "Hi Honey, I'm Home"; a demo of "There You Are"; "By Myself" from Solitary Confinement; "Theme From Accomplice"; and "The Bitter End."]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/7/2001
  • Label: Varese Sarabande
  • UPC: 030206211627
  • Catalog Number: 062116

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Rupert Holmes Primary Artist, Organ, Synthesizer, Clarinet, Piano, Chimes, Conductor, Hammond Organ, Electric Piano, Alto Saxophone, Vocals, cast
Phil Bodner Reeds
Jay Berliner Acoustic Guitar
Elliott Randall Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
Will Jordan cast
David Nadien Violin
Seymour Barab Cello
Maurice Bialkin Cello
Ruth Buffington Violin
Harry Cykman Cello
Sal DeTroia Acoustic Guitar
John Frosk Trumpet
Martin Fulterman Drums, Oboe
Russell George Bass
Paul Gershman Violin
Manny Green Violin
Harry Lookofsky Violin
George Koutzen Cello
Jeffrey Lesser Background Vocals
Jesse Levy Cello
Joseph Malignaggi Violin
Charles McCracken Violin
John Lloyd Miller Bass
Al Rogers Drums
Sally Rosoff Cello
Alan Rubin Trumpet
Stuart Scharf Acoustic Guitar
James Sedlar Trumpet
Irving Spice Violin
Anahid Ajemian Violin
Michael Comins Violin
Israel Chorberg Violin
Joe Shepley Trumpet
Jimmie Young Drums
Peter Gordon French Horn
Wilbur Bascomb Jr. Bass
Alan Schulman Cello
David Earl Taylor Trombone
Elliot Rosoff Violin
Wilbur Bascomb Electric Bass
David Taylor Trombone
John Miller Electric Bass, Upright Bass
Technical Credits
Rupert Holmes Arranger, Liner Notes, Orchestration
Joe Gastwirt Remastering
Frank Laico Engineer
Ed Lee Cover Design
Jeffrey Lesser Producer, Engineer
Doug Pomeroy Engineer
Don Puluse Engineer
Rusty Payne Engineer
Ramón Bretón Remastering
Tim Geelin Engineer
Frank D. Laico Engineer
Stanley Tonkel Engineer
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