Wayfaring Strangers: Guitar Soli, 2m 43sec. Chat About Sailor's Dream by Scott Witte.
Wet Dream is the first solo album by Pink Floyd keyboardist Richard Wright, released in 1978. Wet Dream was self-produced and Wright wrote all the songs himself, except "Against the Odds", which was co-written with his then-wife, Juliette, who, as Juliette Gale, had been a member of one of the early bands that evolved into Pink Floyd. The album went virtually unnoticed at the time.
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We were relaxing on the balcony after a day of walking, and Jonathan played us some tunes. Among them were the song that would later be dubbed The Sailor’s Theme.
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- Cello [Etheral] – Scott Witte
- Chorus [Etheral] – Scott Witte
- Cover – Mark Andree
- Drums – Jeff Huhta
- Engineer – Tom Mudge
- Saxophone – Larry Levy
- Synthesizer – Gary Collinsworth
- Twelve-String Guitar – Scott Witte
NotesRecorded at Sound 80 Minneapolis, MN, except B1 and B2
Mastered at Sound 80, Minneapolis, MN