Cape Wrath (album)

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Cape Wrath
MorrisseyMullen CapeWrath.jpg
Studio album by
Released 1979
Recorded Rockfield Studios, Monmouth and Scorpio Sound, London
Genre Jazz-fusion
Label EMI Harvest Records
Producer Dennis Weinreich, John Darnley
Morrissey–Mullen chronology
Cape Wrath
Love Don't Live Here Anymore (1979 EP)
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Review scores
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Allmusic 2/5 stars [1]

Cape Wrath (1979) was the second album recorded by British jazz-fusion duo Morrissey–Mullen, although it was the first they recorded in the United Kingdom. It featured a rhythm section which included Max Middleton, Richard Bailey and Kuma Harada, who would go on to form part of Snowy White's later line-ups.

Track listing

Side One

  1. "Lovely Day" (Bill Withers)
  2. "Cape Wrath" (Jim Mullen)
  3. "Bristol Boogie" (Max Middleton)
  4. "Return to Tooting Broadway" (Dick Morrissey)

Side Two

  1. "Soul Eyes" (Mal Waldron)
  2. "Song for Carla" (Max Middleton)
  3. "Dreams So Real" (Carla Bley)
  4. "Night Song" (Jim Mullen)


  • Dick Morrissey - tenor sax
  • Jim Mullen - guitar
  • Richard Bailey - drums
  • Kuma Harada - bass
  • Max Middleton - keyboards
  • Robert Ahwai - guitar
  • Tony Carr - percussion
  • Dennis Weinreich - engineer / co-producer / percussion
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