All tracks are studio demo's with Eno except last three tracks, live at CBGB's 1975
Two demo recording sessions from Television in 1974 & 1975. The bands highly acclaimed debut album 'Marquee Moon' was released in 1977 (Elektra Records) and was very successful in Europe however failed to enter the Billboard 200 in the USA.
Both sessions are included on 'Double Exposure' plus three live tracks from CBGB's in 1975.
The Television 1974 demos were recorded at Good Vibrations Studios in NYC with Richard Hell on bass, and produced by Brian Eno and Richard Williams of Island Records.
The August 1975 demos were recorded with Fred Smith on bass and were part of the session for Terry Ork of Ork Records which produced Television's first single "Little Johnny Jewel" (Ork, 1975, included on expanded re-issue of Marquee Moon).
It is fascinating listening to the early versions of these songs that eventually appeared on 'Marquee Moon'. Each session and versions are distinctly different the second having a 'harder edge' to them and closer to the final released editions.
A1 ...Prove It
A3 (The Arms Of) Venus De Milo
A4 (I Look At You And Get A) Double Exposure
B1 Marquee Moon
B2 Fire Engine
B3 (I Belong To The) Blank Generation
B4 (I Look At You And Get A) Double Exposure
TELEVISION LP Double Exposure
Format: Vinyl, LP