In May 1970.

In May 1970, “Harvest” label released the debut, self-titled Quatermass album. It was recorded in 1970, at “Abbey Road Studios” in London, and was produced by Anders Henriksson.

Personnel:

  • John Gustafson— bass, vocals
  • Peter Robinson— keyboards
  • Mick Underwood— drums, percussion
  • Violins
    • Tony Gilbert (Leader)
    • John Kirkland
    • David Katz
    • Billy Millar
    • Charlie Vorsanger
    • Les Maddox
    • Gerald Enns
    • Harold Parfitt
    • Paul Scherman
    • Homi Kanga
    • Jack Rothstein
    • Henry Datyner
    • Bill Armon
    • Michael Jones
    • Laurie Clay
    • Derek Jacobs
  • Violas
    • Steve Shingle
    • Chris Wellington
    • Henry Myerscough
    • Ian White
    • Bernard Davis
    • John Graham
  • Cellos
    • Paul Buckmaster (Leader)
    • Boris Rickelman
    • Francis Gabarr
    • Peter Wilson
    • Freddy ALexander
    • Chris Green
  • Double bass
    • Frank Clarke
    • Joe Mudele
    • Arthur Watts
  • Engineers — Jeff Jarratt, Andy Stevens.
  • Cover design, photographs –Storm Thorgerson/Hipgnosis

Track listing:

  1. Entropy – Peter Robinson
  2. Black Sheep of the Family – Steve Hammond
  3. Post War, Saturday Echo – Peter Robinson, John Gustafson, Graham Ross
  4. Good Lord Knows – John Gustafson
  5. Up on the Ground – John Gustafson
  6. Gemini – Steve Hammond
  7. Make up Your Mind – Steve Hammond
  8. Laughin Tackle – Peter Robinson
  9. Entropy (reprise) – Peter Robinson

 

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