Heaven & Hell, the sole album by Harsh Reality, is a legend within the world of record collecting. Mint copies have sold for £400+!!
Heaven & Hell was issued on Philips in 1969, on the back of an earlier single, ‘Tobacco Ash Sunday’. This Traffic-influenced song was written by Terry Stamp (later in Third World War and also a solo artist) and was recently covered by Paul Weller.
Heaven & Hell has never officially been reissued on CD. Now Esoteric are proud to announce that the album has finally been re-mastered from the original tapes, and expanded with four mono mixes issued across two singles.
For the first time, the sleeve-notes tell the story of this obscure proto-progressive rock band from Stevenage, Hertfordshire who emerged out of the remnants of the Freightliner Blues Band.
|1.||When I Move|
|2.||Tobacco Ash Sunday|
|3.||Mary Roberta (Part I)|
|4.||Praying For Reprieve|
|5.||How Do You Feel|
|6.||Heaven And Hell|
|9.||Mary Roberta (Part II)|
|11.||Don't Shoot Me Down|
|12.||Girl Of My Dreams|
|13.||Mary Roberta (Part III)|
|1.||Tobacco Ash Sunday (mono single)|
|2.||How Do You Feel (mono single)|
|3.||Heaven And Hell (mono single)|
|4.||Praying For Reprieve (mono single)|