"Eight Frames a Second" is the debut album by British folk musician Ralph McTell. Released in the UK in 1968, it is notable for being the first record produced by Gus Dudgeon, and the first arranged by Tony Visconti.
The title refers to the term for slow motion when film is slowed down from twenty-four frames a second
The whole album was recorded on four track and mixed to MONO! Later a version with a green cover was mixed to a basic stereo for USA and Canada.
The UK 2007 CD release includes four bonus tracks:
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