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In a Glass House is an album by Britishmarker progressive rock band Gentle Giant, released in 1973. One of Gentle Giant's most popular albums, it was available in North America only as a rare import until 2005 when a digitally remastered CD was released. This was because their US label at the time rejected the album as uncommercial. It is the first Gentle Giant album after the departure of Phil Shulman.

The album is allegedly based around the concept that "people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones".

Track listing

Side One

  1. "The Runaway" – 7:16
  2. "An Inmate's Lullaby" – 4:40
  3. "Way of Life" – 8:04

Side Two

  1. "Experience" – 7:50
  2. "A Reunion" – 2:12
  3. "In a Glass House" – 8:09


Bonus Tracks On Remastered CD

  1. "The Runaway/Experience (Live 23 September 1976 at the Philipshallemarker in Dusseldorf, West Germany)" – 10:01
  2. "In a Glass House (Live 5 April 1974, at the Munsterlandhalle, Munster, West Germany.)" – 9:49


  • 35th anniversary disc only contains the "The Runaway/Experience" bonus track


Personnel

  • Gary Green - 6 & 12 string guitars, mandolin, percussion, alto recorder
  • Kerry Minnear - keyboards, tuned percussion, recorder, vocals
  • Derek Shulman - lead vocals, alto sax, soprano sax, recorder
  • Ray Shulman - bass guitar, violin, trumpet, acoustic guitar, percussion, backing vocals
  • John Weathers - drums, percussion


Footnotes

  1. In A Glass House (1973) - Gentle Giant Web Site



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