Release Date: 06/02/09
Second Stackridge album from 1972 continues their rock journey
The difficult second album syndrome did not apply to STACKRIDGE having chosen to produce their debut album of songs their audience had not heard before back in 1971. So when the time came to record 'Friendliness' in 1972 they still had a few favorites in their locker. A month after 'Friendliness' was released, when in December 1972 they toured Britain with fellow Bristol band The Pigsty Hill Light Orchestra, the Sounds music paper described their shows as 'three hours of fun, lust and lunacy'. This album is remastered by JAMES WARREN and ANDY DAVIS with bonus tracks. Musicians include: ANDY DAVIS, JAMES WARREN, MUTTER SLATER, JIM 'CRUN' WALTER, MIKE EVANS and BILLY SPARKLE.
|Label: ANGEL AIR|
|Run Time: 58 mins|
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