Peter Gabriel – Scratch (II.) (1978) • Virgin

The album is the second of four with the same title. Guitarist Robert Fripp served as producer, whose influence on the album is evident in the use of ‘Frippertronics’ on the track “Exposure”. The album did not sell as well as the first Peter Gabriel, but reached No. 10 on the UK charts. “Mother of Violence” was written by Peter and his first wife Jill Gabriel.

This album is often referred to as Scratch, referring to the album cover by Hipgnosis.

This album was originally intended as part of a loose trilogy with Robert Fripp’s Exposure and Daryl Hall’s Sacred Songs (all three albums were produced by Fripp).

01. On the Air
02. D.I.Y.
03. Mother of Violence
04. A Wonderful Day in a One-Way World
05. White Shadow
06. Indigo
07. Animal Magic
08. Exposure
09. Flotsam and Jetsam
10. Perspective
11. Home Sweet Home

Line-up / Musicians
Peter Gabriel / lead & backing vocals, piano (2), organ (11), synthesizer (5,7)
With:
Sidney McGinnis / electric (1,4,8-11) & acoustic (2,3) & steel guitars, mandolin (2), backing vocals (7)
Robert Fripp / electric (1,3,5,10) & acoustic (5) guitars, Frippertronics (8), producer
Bayete (Todd Cochran) / Keyboards (2,4,6,7)
Roy Bittan / keyboards (1,3,5,6,10,11)
Larry Fast / synthesizers & treatments (1,2,5,7,10)
Timmy Capello / saxophone (10,11)
George Marge / recorders (6,8,9)
Tony Levin / bass, string bass (6), Chapman stick (2,4,9), recorder arrangements (6,9), backing vocals
Jerry Marotta / drums, backing vocals
John Tims / insects noises (3)

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Peter Gabriel – Scratch (II.) (1978) • Virgin

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