Login:
User:
Pass:
Forgot your password?
Register
Periferic Records - Stereo Kft.      H-1114 Budapest, Bartók Béla út 59.   tel.: +36-1-385-63-43   
StereoPeriferic@mail.datanet.hu
Fat Mattress
Great Britain
 
 
Fat Mattress II. (expanded edition) progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Neil Landon – vocals, production
Jimmy Leverton – bass, vocals, production
Eric Dillon – drums, production
Steve Hammond – guitar, production
Mick Weaver – keyboards, production
Additional personnel
Noel Redding – guitar on tracks 2, 4, 5, 6, 10, & 11
George Chkiantz – engineering
Roger Wilkinson – engineering on "The Storm" and "Highway"
Gered Mankowitz – photography

1.The Storm
2.Anyway You Want
3.Leafy Lanes
4.Naturally
5.Roamin'
6.Happy My Love
7.Childhood Dream
8.She
9.Highway
10.At The Ball
11.People
bonus tracks
1.Margarita
2.Cold Wall Of Stone
3.Long Red
4.Words
5.The River
6.Future Days
Comments (0 messages)
ECLEC 2135 CD 1970   17.00
 
 
Fat Mattress (expanded edition) progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Released 29/06/09. Recorded in 1969, 'Fat Mattress' was the eponymous debut album by the band formed by Jimi Hendrix Experience bass guitarist Noel Redding. Recorded in late 1968 / early 1969, the album evoked the influences of the time, touching upon styles pioneered by groups such as Traffic (whose member Chris Wood guested on the record). A superb piece of Psychedelic rock in its own right, 'Fat Mattress' failed to get the attention it deserved at the time of release (despite a tour as support act to the Hendrix Experience) but has subsequently been hailed as a classic of the era. This Esoteric reissue has eight bonus tracks comprising non-album singles, mono mixes, studio out-takes and an unreleased solo single by FAT MATTRESS' Jim Leverton.

Neil Landon – vocals, production
Noel Redding – guitar, vocals, production
Jimmy Leverton – bass, harpsichord, organ, vocals, production
Eric Dillon – drums, tuned percussion, production

Mitch Mitchell – drums, percussion on "How Can I Live"[10]
Chris Wood – flute on "All Night Drinker"
Jimi Hendrix – percussion on "How Can I Live"[10]

1.All Night Drinker
2.I Don't Mind
3.Bright New Way
4.Petrol Pump Assistant
5.Mr. Moonshine
6.Magic Forest
7.She Came In The Morning
8.Everything's Blue
9.Walking Through A Garden
10.How Can I Live?
1.Naturally
2.Iridescent Butterfly (A & B side single)
3.Magic Forest (mono single version)
4.Little Girl In White
5.Eric The Red
6.Black Sheep Of The Family (B side single)
7.Hall Of Kings
8.Which Way To Go
Comments (0 messages)
ECLEC 2134 CD 1969   17.00