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Periferic Records - Stereo Kft.      H-1114 Budapest, Bartók Béla út 59.   tel.: +36-1-385-63-43   
StereoPeriferic@mail.datanet.hu
Hatfield and the North
Great Britain
 
 
Rotters Club progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Recorded for Virgin Records in 1974, The Rotters Club was the second album by the band comprising former Caravan member Richard Sinclair, keyboard player Dave Stewart, guitarist Phil Miller and drummer Pip Pyle. Regarded as one of the finest albums in the Canterbury genre, the album also featured guest appearances by such luminaries as Jimmy Hastings and Mont Campbell. This Esoteric Recordings reissue adds material included on the 1980 compilation Afters and on the Over the Rainbow live album from 1975. The re-mastered reissue also includes a booklet featuring restored artwork and notes by Sid Smith.

- Phil Miller / guitars
- Pip Pyle / drums, percussion
- Richard Sinclair / bass, vocals, guitar (7)
- Dave Stewart / organ, electric piano tone generator
- Mont Campbell / French horn
- Lindsay Cooper / oboe, bassoon
- Barbara Gaskin / backing vocals
- Jimmy Hastings / flute, soprano & tenor saxophones
- Tim Hodgkinson / clarinet
- Amanda Parsons / backing vocals
- Ann Rosenthal / backing vocals

1.Share It
2.Lounging There Trying
3.(Big) John Wayne Socks Psychology On The Jaw
4.Chaos At The Greasy Spoon
5.The Yes
6.No Interlude
7.Fitter Stoke Has A Bath
8.Didn't Matter Anyway
9.Underdub
10.Mumps
11.Your Majesty Is Like A Cream Donut (Quiet)
12.Lumps
13.Prenut
14.Your Majesty Is Like A Cream Donut (Loud)
bonus tracks
1.(Big) John Wayne Socks Psychology On The Jaw
2.Chaos At The Greasy Spoon
3.Halfway Between Heaven And Earth (live)
4.Oh, Len's Nature! (live)
5.Lything And Gracing (Live)
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ECLEC 2140 CD 1975   17.00
 
 
Hatfield and the North (expanded edition) progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! New remastered & expanded cd release for the Classic debut album by canterbury scene's Finest with bonus tracks; one of which is Completely new to cd! Booklet with photos & liner notes. Recorded for Virgin Records in 1974, Hatfield and the North was the eponymous debut album by the band comprising former Caravan member Richard Sinclair, keyboard player Dave Stewart, guitarist Phil Miller and drummer Pip Pyle. Regarded as one of the finest albums in the Canterbury genre, the album also featured guest appearances by Geoff Leigh of Henry Cow and Robert Wyatt who sang guest vocals on the track Calyx. This Esoteric Recordings reissue adds both sides of the band's 1974 and Your Majesty is Like a Cream Donut / Oh What a Lonely Lifetime featured on the Virgin sampler album V and previously unreleased on CD as bonus tracks, together with a booklet featuring restored artwork and notes by Sid Smith.

- Phil Miller / guitars
- Pip Pyle / drums
- Richard Sinclair / bass, vocals
- Dave Stewart / organ, piano
- Jeremy Baines / pixiephone
- Barbara Gaskin / backing vocals
- Geoff Leigh / saxophones, flute
- Amanda Parsons / backing vocals
- Ann Rosenthal / backing vocals
- Robert Wyatt / vocals (4)

1.The Stubbs Effect
2.Big Jobs (Poo Poo Extract)
3.Going Up To People And Tinkling
4.Calyx
5.Son Of 'There's No Place Like Homerton
6.Aigrette
7.Rifferama
8.Fol De Rol
9.Shaving Is Boring
10.Licks For The Ladies
11.Bossa Nochance
12.Big Jobs No.2 (By Poo And The Wee Wees)
13.Lobster In Cleavage Probe
14.Gigantic Land Crabs In Earth Takeover Bid
15.The Other Stubbs Effect
bonus tracks
1.Let's Eat Real Soon
2.Fitter Stoke Has A Bath
3.Your Majesty Is Like A Cream Donut
4.Oh What A Lonely Lifetime
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ECLEC 2139 CD 1973   17.00