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RE-MASTERED CD RELEASE FOR THE CLASSIC DEBUT ALBUM BY CANTERBURY SCENE’S FINEST with THREE BONUS TRACKS
BOOKLET WITH PHOTOS & LINER NOTES
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.
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 / NO INTERLUDE
6. FITTER STOKE HAS A BATH
7. DIDN’T MATTER ANYWAY
a) YOUR MAJESTY IS LIKE A CREAM DONUT (QUIET)
d) YOUR MAJESTY IS LIKE A CREAM DONUT (LOUD)
10. HALFWAY BETWEEN HEAVEN AND EARTH (LIVE)
11. OH, LEN’S NATURE! (LIVE)
12. LYTHING AND GRACING (LIVE)
Share it (03:03) - Hatfield And The North
Lounging there trying (03:15) - Hatfield And The North
(Big) John Wayne socks Psychology on the jaw (00:43) - Hatfield And The North
Chaos at the greasy spoon (00:30) - Hatfield And The North
The yes / No interlude (07:01) - Hatfield And The North
Fitter stoke has a bath (07:33) - Hatfield And The North
Didn't matter anyway (03:30) - Hatfield And The North
Underdub (03:54) - Hatfield And The North
Lumps/Prenut/Your majesty is like a cream donut (Loud)/Your majesty is like a cream donut (Quiet) - Hatfield And The North
Halfway between heaven and earth (Full Version) (06:19) - Hatfield And The North
Oh, len's nature! (02:00) - Hatfield And The North
Lything and gracing (03:58) - Hatfield And The North