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Peephole In My Brain: The British Progressive Pop Sounds Of 1971

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Peephole In My Brain: The British Progressive Pop Sounds Of 1971

Format: unmixed 3xCD
Cat: CRSEG 076T
Released: 18 Aug 20
Genre: Rock
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Tracklist
Side 1
1. Dana Gillespie - "Andy Warhol"
2. Kevin Ayers - "Stranger In Blue Suede Shoes"
3. The Hollies - "Hey Willy"
4. Corn & Seed Merchants - "Mr Middletons Lament"
5. Stray - "Dearest Eloise"
6. Help Yourself - "Deborah"
7. Stackridge - "Dora The Female Explorer"
8. Barclay James Harvest - "Ursula (The Swansea Song)"
9. Samurai - "More Rain"
10. Cressida - "Goodbye Post Office Tower Goodbye"
11. The Move - "Tonight"
12. Fickle Pickle - "Down Smokey Lane"
13. Shape Of The Rain - "Woman"
14. Unicorn - "Going Back Home"
15. The Factory - "Castle On The Hill"
16. Magna Carta - "Time For The Leaving"
17. Legend - "I Feel Like Sleeping"
18. Michael Chapman - "Indian Queens"
19. Edgar Broughton Band - "Hotel Room"
20. Peter Cowap - "Safari"
21. Cliff Wade - "Jennifer"
22. Deep Feeling - "Old Peoples Home"
23. Wishful Thinking - "Hiroshima"
Side 2
1. Sakkarin - "Sugar Sugar"
2. Curved Air - "Backstreet Luv"
3. Procol Harum - "Memorial Drive"
4. Rockin Horse - "Oh Carol I'm So Sad"
5. Gerry Rafferty - "To Each & Everyone"
6. Colin Blunstone - "Caroline Goodbye"
7. Nimbo - "Maisie Jones"
8. Second Hand - "Hangin On An Eyelid"
9. Zior - "I Was Fooling"
10. Fusion Farm - "Mrs Speed"
11. Open Road - "Waterwheel"
12. Ray Fenwick - "Anniversary"
13. Pluto - "Mister Westwood"
14. Bear Foot - "Frightened"
15. Bronx Cheer - "Weather Or Not"
16. Rick Price - "Talking To The Flowers"
17. Beau - "Ferris Street"
18. Brett Marvin & The Thunderbolts - "Southbound Lane"
19. Don Crown & His Busking Budgies - "The Flying Machines"
20. The Doggs - "Billys Gotta Run"
21. Bill Nelson - "Loves A Way"
22. Fields - "While The Sun Still Shines"
23. Nirvana - "The Saddest Day Of My Life"
24. Emerson Lake & Palmer - "Are You Ready Eddy?"
Side 3
1. Status Quo - "Mean Girl" (Early mix)
2. Atomic Rooster - "Devils Answer" (single version)
3. Sweeny Bean - "Rocknroll Wedding"
4. Medicine Head - "(And The) Pictures In The Sky"
5. The Kinks - "God's Childre"
6. Airbus - "This Time Tomorrow"
7. Octopus - "Summer"
8. Curtiss Maldoon - "Sepheryn"
9. Blonde On Blonde - "I Dont Care"
10. Pete Atkin - "Sunlight Gate"
11. Montage - "Dangling In The Cool"
12. John Kongos - "Tokoloshe Man" (single version)
13. Siren - "Strange Locomotion"
14. The Red Sox - "Mister Ten Per Cent"
15. Knocker Jungle - "Where I Belong"
16. Wil Malone - "It Dont Come Easy"
17. Kingdom Come - "Eternal Messenge" (single version)
18. Edwards Hand - "Encounter"
19. Lifeblud - "So Be It"
20. Dear Mr Time - "Grandfather"
21. Bullet - "Hobo"
22. Jackie Mcauley - "Turning Green" (album version)
23. Terry Dactyl & The Dinosaurs - "Sea Side Shuffle"
24. Phase 3 - "Bill Bailey"
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Review

1971 is regarded as one of the more unusual years in British pop music, with previously underground rock bands puncturing the mainstream bubble via a mixed-up sound now referred to as "progressive pop". This expansive three-disc set tells the story of this curious moment in time, offering up a mixture of notable chart hits (see cuts by the Kinks, Curved Air and Atomic Rooster, for starters), high-quality but lesser-known album tracks (Procol Harum, ELP, Cressida, Help Yourself, Legend), and material previously confined to classic (but sometimes overlooked) "45s" (Kevin Ayers, Medicine Head, The Move). With 71 tracks stretched across three discs it's an epic collection, but one packed full of unusual and inspired songs.

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