When in Rome (Penguin Cafe Orchestra album)  

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When in Rome... is a 1988 live album by the Penguin Cafe Orchestra, and was recorded at The Royal Festival Hall, London, on 9 July 1987. It was produced by Simon Jeffes and published by E.G. Records. The cover painting is by Emily Young.

Original LP release

Side 1

  1. "Air a Danser" (5.17)
  2. "Yodel 1" (4.46)
  3. "From the Colonies" (3.30)
  4. "Southern Jukebox Music" (4.53)
  5. "Numbers 1 to 4" (7.44)

Side 2

  1. "Beanfields" (4.28)
  2. "Paul's Dance" (2.19)
  3. "Oscar Tango" (3.20)
  4. "Music for a Found Harmonium" (3:18)
  5. "Isle of View (Music for Helicopter Pilots)" (4.39)
  6. "Prelude and Yodel" (3.56)
  7. "Giles Farnaby's Dream" (4.13)

CD release bonus tracks

  • Cutting Branches for a Temporary Shelter (2.27) - (between Yodel 1 & From the Colonies)
  • Telephone and Rubber Band (4.05) - (between Numbers 1 to 4 & Air)
  • Air (4.00) - (between Telephone and Rubber Band & Beanfields)
  • Dirt (5.27) - (between Prelude and Yodel & Giles Farnaby's Dream)

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