Release Date: 02/10/09
The first 'Best Of' from Stackridge.
Held dear by fans for their irreverent, idiosyncratic attitude and musical eclecticism, STACKRIDGE formed in 1969 when James Warren defected from Bristol band Dawn to join Andy Davis and Crun Walter, late of west country blues outfit GRIPTIGHT THYNNE. Their debut 'Stackridge' was produced in 1971 and some 7 albums in total were released over the next 30 years from which all of these tracks were drawn except 'Purple Spaceships' which has been revisited. When Stackridge cut these songs, the prevailing musical climate encouraged freedom and creativity. This is the first time a 'Best Of' has ever been released and the songs freshness and diversity remains engaging.
|Label: ANGEL AIR|
|Run Time: 60 mins|
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