Special Order – Not a Regularly Stocked Item – Sho
Add To Cart
Song Samples / Digital Downloads
Once upon a time, there was a band called Stackridge. They aspired, according to guitarist, bassist and singer James Warren to "a pure, solid melodicism, rhythmic complexity and a weird combination of pastoral, philosophical and positively surreal lyrics." The original 6-piece line-up that came together in Bristol in 1969 comprised Warren, Andy Davis, and Jim 'Crun' Walter. "Stackridge" was created on 16-track equipment at Kingsway Studios, London in 1971 with the help of producer Fritz Fryer; engineer was Martin Birch. Quite what he made of Stackridge's cast of characters that inhabited their songs is not known. This album was remastered by James Warren and Andy Davis.