Stackridge - Mr. Mick album flac
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||Hold Me Tight|
|2||Breakfast With Werner Von Braun|
|3||Steam Radio Song|
|5||Save A Red Face|
|6||The Slater's Waltz
Vocals – Joanna Karlin
|7||Conist On Water|
|8||Hey Good Looking|
|9||Fish In A Glass|
- Manufactured By – Nippon Phonogram Co., Ltd.
- Distributed By – Nippon Phonogram Co., Ltd.
- Art Direction – David Costa
- Bass – Crun Walter
- Drums – Pete Van Hooke*
- Engineer – Denny Bridges
- Flute, Keyboards, Vocals, Voice [Narration] – Mutter Slater
- Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals – Andy Davis
- Keyboards – Dave Lawson
- Photography By [Back] – Andrew de Lory
- Photography By [Front] – John Swannell
- Producer – Andy Davis
- Producer [Basic Track] – Pete Gage (tracks: 3, 4)
- Saxophone, Clarinet – Keith Gemmell
NotesObi-strip states 'First time ever worldwide release on CD' in Japanese. 世界初CD化。
Released with lyric/bio. insert and obi-strip.
Originally released in 1976 as Rocket ROLL 3.
Recorded at Ramport Studios and mixed at A.I.R. Studios.
Dave Lawson appears by courtesy of Warner Bros. Records (UK) Ltd.
Manufactured and distributed by Nippon Phonogram Co., Ltd.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text On Obi): 4 988011 340482
- Rights Society: JASRAC
|ROLL 3, 0C 062 ◦ 97512||Stackridge||Mr. Mick (LP)||The Rocket Record Company, The Rocket Record Company||ROLL 3, 0C 062 ◦ 97512||UK||1976|
|STALL102CD||Stackridge||Mr. Mick (CD, Album, RE)||Stallion Records||STALL102CD||UK||2000|
|ROLL 3||Stackridge||Mr. Mick (LP, Promo, Whi)||The Rocket Record Company||ROLL 3||UK||Unknown|
|AIRAC-1453||Stackridge||Mr. Mick (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap)||Air Mail Archive||AIRAC-1453||Japan||2008|
|DAP103CD||Stackridge||The Original Mr Mick (CD, Album)||Dap Records||DAP103CD||UK||2000|
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Mick is the fifth studio album released by the British rock group Stackridge in 1976. It originally was released in the UK by The Rocket Record Company, and its catalogue number was ROLL 3. This was the first album by Stackridge to go unreleased in the United States. The album was produced by Andy Cresswell-Davis (known simply as Andy Davis on this recording) and engineered by Denny Bridges. It was recorded at Ramport Studios in South London and mixed at AIR Studios.
The Rocket Record Company, The Rocket Record Company. ROLL 3, 0C 062 ◦ 97512. Mr. Mick (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap). The Original Mr Mick (CD, Album).
Still riven by internal disputes that would even scupper the band's second coming 20 years later, Stackridge were at least boosted in 1976 by the return to the ranks of flutist and vocalist Mutter Slater and bassist Crun Walter - though the talents of James Warren were still sorely missed. In fact it was Slater who dominated Mr. Mick, which took Stackridge away from the Zappa-ish tendencies of Extravaganza and back toward their Beatlesque roots.
This album has an average beat per minute of 112 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 63/147 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Mr. Mick. Album starts at 106BPM, ends at 110BPM (+4), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Stackridge. A Victory for Common Sense.
Stackridge - Save a Red Face 03:23. Stackridge - The Steam Radio Song 03:34. Stackridge - Mr. Mick's New Home 03:24. Mick's Walk 03:52. Stackridge - Can Inspiration Save the Nation? 02:13. Stackridge - Save a Red Face 03:28.
Non-Stackridge written songs and cover versions became more prevalent. With more touring and an appearance at Wembley Stadium concert with Elton John and The Beach Boys, 1975 saw the recording of the band's fifth outing in the studio, the concept album Mr. It was based on stories/poems by Steve Augard and was eventually recorded at Ramport Studios, Putney with the revised line-up of Davis, Slater, Walter, Gemmell plus the addition of ex-Greenslade Dave Lawson on keyboards and Peter Van Hooke on drums. This album featured "Something about the Beatles". Then in 2001 Pick Of The Crop and The Original Mr. Mick were released on Stackridge's own DAP Records. There were infrequent live guest appearances by Mike 'Mutter' Slater.
Is Mr. Mick the best album by Stackridge? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Mick by Stackridge (1976) Overall rank: 67,736th. Accolades: Top albums of 1976 (679th). Top albums of the 1970s (6,748th). Best albums of all time (67,736th).
The Slater's Waltz, 04:09. Breakfast With Werner Von Braun, 04:05. Save a Red Face, 03:24. Fish In a Glass, 07:18.
Stackridge are a British folk, pop and progressive rock group who were at the height of their success during the early 1970s.