Arranged and produced by Vangelis Papathanassiou
1974 Who / Sad
Face WWA Records WWS009
It is unknown where the songs "Who" and "Sad Face" are recorded. As a
speculation, it is possible that these songs are 'leftovers' from recordings for the
"Earth" album made in 1973. If so, the songs are
recorded in Europa Sonor studio in Paris.
For the lyrics of "Who", go to
and Odyssey lyrics: Who
The song "Who" was covered twice by different artists in 1977, and both times
Vangelis was (most likely) involved. First Demis Roussos covered the song as
"I dig you",
which was released on his album "Magic" and produced and arranged by Vangelis. Later that
year Italian progressive rock-group Chrisma covered the song as "U",
which was released as the group's second single ever. Vangelis' contribution to this cover
has however never been confirmed, as he is not credited in any way. All we know for sure
is that Vangelis was involved in the release of Chrisma's very first single
"Amore / Sweet
Baby Sue" in 1976, where he is credited under his confirmed pseudonym Richard Broadbaker.
Whether Vangelis is involved in the Chrisma albums "Chinese
Restaurant" (1977) and/or "Hibernation" (1979), both
recorded in Nemo and produced by Vangelis' brother Niko, is still disputed...