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Studio Album, released in 1975

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Suzie 3:34
2. Poor Bill 3:23
3. Will You Be Mine in the Morning? 2:48
4. Ma Song 2:07
5. Penny's Whistle Boogie 3:42
6. She Said, She Said 2:30
7. Sad Sing 2:24
8. Nursery Ryme 2:42
9. Song for A.P. 4:09
10. Superman 3:32
11. Alison Says 2:23
12. Day of the Percherons 3:24

Line-up / Musicians

-Peter Brook /Harmonica
-Chris Butler/ Drums, Pans, Pots
-Ned Callan/ Bass, Guitar (Bass)
-Peter Cook/ Harmonica
-Lol Coxhill /Sax (Soprano), Saxophone
-David Duhig/ Guitar
-Jon Field/ Drums, Percussion, Producer, Vocals, Wind
-Hughie Flint/ Drums
-Fred Frith/ Bass
-Neil Innes/ Guitar, Keyboards, Organ, Slide Guitar
-Ted MacDowell/ Guitar, Slide Guitar
-Tom Newman/ Bells, Cymbals, Drums (Bass), Flageolet, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Bass), Handclapping, Keyboards, Mandolin, Organ, Producer, Tabla, Tambourine, Vocals
-John Obyton/ Vocals
-Mike Oldfield/ Guitars
-Suzy Shute/ Choir Boy, Vocals
-Mike Storey/ Keyboards, Piano
-Mick Taylor/ Guitar, Vocals
-John Varnom/ Guitar

Releases information

Virgin LP 1975 V2022

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TOM NEWMAN Fine Old Tom ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(0%)
Good, but non-essential (67%)
Collectors/fans only (33%)
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3 stars Overall, this album is really fun to listen to. You can practically experience many varieties of styles from one song to the next: from soul, blues, rock n' roll to folk, boogie, country... Interestingly enough is the fact that many good and reknown musicians such as Fred Firth, Chris Butler, Mic ... (read more)

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