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In March 1975.

In March 1975, “Virgin” label released “The Rotters’ Club”, the second Hatfield and the North album. It was recorded January-February 1975, at “Saturn Studios” in Worthing, and was produced by Phil Miller, Dave Stewart, Richard Sinclair, Pip Pyle, Jimmy Hastings, Lindsay Cooper, Tim Hodgkinson and Mont Campbell.

Personnel:

  • Phil Miller: guitar
  • Dave Stewart: Fender Rhodes electric piano, Hammond organ, Minimoog, piano, tone generator
  • Richard Sinclair: bass guitar, lead vocals, guitar
  • Pip Pyle: drums
  • Jimmy Hastings: saxophone, flute
  • Barbara Gaskin, Amanda Parsons, Ann Rosenthal: backing vocals
  • Lindsay Cooper: bassoon
  • Tim Hodgkinson: clarinet
  • Mont Campbell: French horn

Track listing:

  1. Share It – Richard Sinclair, Pip Pyle
  2. Lounging There Trying – Phil Miller
  3. (Big) John Wayne Socks Psychology on the Jaw – Dave Stewart
  4. Chaos at the Greasy Spoon – Richard Sinclair, Pip Pyle
  5. The Yes No Interlude – Pip Pyle
  6. Fitter Stoke Has a Bath – Pip Pyle
  7. Didn’t Matter Anyway – Richard Sinclair
  8. Underdub – Phil Miller
  9. Mumps – Dave Stewart
  • Your Majesty Is Like a Cream Donut (Quiet)
  • Lumps
  • Prenut
  • Your Majesty Is Like a Cream Donut (Loud)

 

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In February 1975.

desperate-straights

In February 1975, “Virgin” label released “Desperate Straights”, album by Slapp Happy and Henry Cow. It was recorded in November 1974, at “The Manor” in Oxfordshire, England, and was produced by Slapp Happy, Henry Cow and Simon Heyworth.

Personnel:

  • Dagmar Krause– voice, Wurlitzer
  • Peter Blegvad– guitar, voice
  • Anthony Moore– piano
  • Tim Hodgkinson– clarinet, piano
  • Fred Frith– guitar, violin
  • John Greaves– bass guitar, piano
  • Chris Cutler– drums, etc.
  • Geoff Leigh– flute
  • Pierre Moerlen– percussion
  • Mont Campbell– French horn
  • Mongezi Feza– trumpet
  • Nick Evans– trombone
  • Lindsay Cooper– bassoon, oboe
  • Peter Blegvad– cover art

Track listing:

  1. Some Questions About Hats – Anthony Moore, Peter Blegvad
  2. The Owl – Anthony Moore
  3. A Worm is at Work – Anthony Moore, Peter Blegvad
  4. Bad Alchemy – John Greaves, Peter Blegvad
  5. Europa – Anthony Moore, Peter Blegvad
  6. Desparate Straights – Anthony Moore
  7. Riding Tigers – Peter Blegvad
  8. Apes in Capes – Anthony Moore
  9. Strayed – Peter Blegvad
  10. Giants – Anthony Moore, Peter Blegvad
  11. Excerpt from The Messiah – Handel, arr. by Peter Blegvad
  12. In the Sickbay – Dagmar Krause, Peter Blegvad
  13. Caucasian Lullaby – Chris Cutler, Anthony Moore

In February 1971.

the-polite-force

In February 1971, “Deram” label released “The Polite Force”, the second Egg album. It was recorded in May 1970, at “Morgan Studios” and was produced by Neil Slaven.

Personnel:

  • Dave Stewart- organ, piano, tone generator, orchestron
  • Mont Campbell- bass, vocals
  • Clive Brooks– drums
  • Henry Lowther– trumpet
  • Mike Davis – trumpet
  • Bob Downes- tenor saxophone
  • Tony Roberts – tenor saxophone

Track listing:

  1. A Visit to Newport Hospital
  2. Contrasong
  3. Boilk
  4. Long Piece No. 3 – Part 1
  5. Long Piece No. 3 – Part 2
  6. Long Piece No. 3 – Part 3
  7. Long Piece No. 3 – Part 4

On March 13, 1970.

Egg

On March 13, 1970, “Deram” label released the debut, self-titled Egg album. It was recorded in October 1969, at “Landsdowne Studios” and “Trident Studios” in London, and was produced by Dave Stewart, Mont Campbell and Clive Brooks.

Personnel:

  • Dave Stewart- organ, piano, tone generator, mellotron
  • Mont Campbell- bass, vocals
  • Clive Brooks- drums

Track listing:

  1. Bulb – Peter Gallen
  2. While Growing My Hair – Clive Brooks,Mont Campbell, Dave Stewart
  3. I Will Be Absorbed – Clive Brooks, Mont Campbell, Dave Stewart
  4. Fugue in D Minor – Johann Sebastian Bach
  5. They Laughed When I Sat Down at the Piano… Clive Brooks, Mont Campbell, Dave Stewart
  6. The Song of McGillicudie the Pusillanimous (Or Don’t Worry James, Your Socks Are Hanging in the Coal Cellar with Thomas) – Clive Brooks, Mont Campbell, Dave Stewart
  7. Boilk – Clive Brooks, Mont Campbell, Dave Stewart
  8. Symphony No. 2 – Clive Brooks, Mont Campbell, Dave Stewart
    • Movement 1
    • Movement 2
    • Blane
    • Movement 4