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STACKRIDGE
with James Warren & Andy Davis



5 June 1971 7" Dora the Female Explora
    Dora the Female Explora 3.45 [Stackridge] / Everyman 4.24 [Davis/Warren] (MCA MKS 5065)
6 Aug 1971 LP (+ CD) STACKRIDGE
  1. Grande Piano 3.21 [Davis/Warren]
  2. Percy the Penguin 3.40 [Davis/Warren]
  3. The Three Legged Table 6.47 [Warren]
  4. Dora the Female Explora 3.45 [Stackridge]
  5. Essence of Porphyry 8.04 [Warren]
  6. Marigold Conjunction 4.58 [Warren]
  7. 32 West Mall 2.25 [Davis/Warren]
  8. Marzo Plod 3.05 [Warren]
  9. Slark 14.07 [Walter/Davis] (UK LP: MCA MDKS 8002; CD 1997: Edsel EDCD 518)

    Bonus tracks on 2006 CD:

  10. Slark (re-recorded 1972 single version) 4.43
  11. Let There Be Lids 3.17 (CD 2006: Angel Air SJPCD230)
Recorded at De Lane Lea Studios, London, March/April 1971. James Warren: lead singer (2,3,4,6,8), bass guitar, acoustic bass guitar, acoustic guitar. Andrew Creswell-Davis: lead singer (1,6,7,9), lead guitar, piano, harmonium, acoustic guitar. Michael 'Mutter' Slater: all flutes. Michael Evans: all violins. Billy Bent: drums and triangle.

5 May 1972 7" Slark

    Slark (re-recording) 4.43 / Purple Spaceships over Yatton 6.40 [Walter/Davis] (MCA MK 5091)
27 Oct 1972 7" Anyone for Tennis
    Anyone for Tennis 2.30 [Warren] / Amazingly Agnes 3.27 [Warren] (MCA MK 5103)
Nov 1972 LP (+ CD) FRIENDLINESS
  1. Lummy Days 3.20 [Davis]
  2. Friendliness (part 1) 2.27 [Warren]
  3. Anyone for Tennis 2.30 [Warren]
  4. There Is No Refuge 3.21 [Warren]
  5. Syracuse the Elephant 8.44 [Warren/Davis]
  6. Amazingly Agnes 3.27 [Warren]
  7. Father Frankenstein Is Behind Your Pillow 3.34 [Warren]
  8. Keep on Clucking 4.02 [Walter/Davis]
  9. Story of My Heart 2.04 [Slater]
  10. Friendliness (part 2) 1.54 [Warren]
  11. Teatime 5.49 [Walter/Davis] (UK LP: MCA MKPS 2025)
Recorded at Sound Techniques in August 1972 (except 7, recorded at De Lane Lea Studios, London). James Warren: lead singer, guitar, bass guitar on 8. Andy Davis: lead singer, keyboards and guitar. Mike Evans: violin and cello. Jim Walter: bass guitar, lead guitar on 8. Billy Sparkle: percussion. Michael 'Mutter' Slater: flute, piano on 9.


27 Feb 1973 non-LP 7" Do the Stanley

    Do the Stanley 2.54 [Wabadaw Sleeve] / C'est la vie 3.17 [Warren/Davis] (MCA MU 1182)


Sep 1973 7" The Galloping Gaucho

    The Galloping Gaucho 2.47 [Slater] / Fundamentally Yours 2.36 [Davis] (MCA MU 1224)
Feb 1974 LP (+CD) THE MAN IN THE BOWLER HAT
  1. Fundamentally Yours 2.36 [Andy Davis]
  2. Pinafore Days 2.37 [Mutter Slater]
  3. The Last Plimsoll 4.31 [Andy Davis]
  4. To the Sun and Moon 2.54 [Mutter Slater]
  5. The Road to Venezuela 4.52 [Andy Davis]
  6. The Galloping Gaucho 2.47 [Mutter Slater]
  7. Humiliation 3.32 [James Warren]
  8. Dangerous Bacon 2.43 [James Warren]
  9. The Indifferent Hedgehog 3.16 [Andy Davis]
  10. God Speed the Plough 5.29 [Wabadaw Sleeve] (UK LP: MCA MCG 3501; CD 5 Feb 2007: Angel Air SJPCD232)

    1996 CD BONUS TRACKS:

  11. Do the Stanley 2.54 [Wabadaw Sleeve]
  12. C'est la vie 3.17 [Warren/Davies]
  13. Let There Be Lids 3.17 [trad, arr: Evans] (CD: Edel, EDCD 488)
Recorded July-Sep 1973 at Air Studios, London. James Warren: guitars, vocals. Andy Davis: guitars, keyboards, percussion, vocals. Mutter Slater: flute, keyboards, percusion, vocals. Mike Evans: violin, vocals. Billy Sparkle: drums. Crun Walter: bass guitar. Track 13 was only available on the 1976 collection LP Do the Stanley.

Feb 1974 7" Dangerous Bacon

    Dangerous Bacon 2.43 [Warren] / The Last Plimsoll 4.31 [Davis] (MCA 124)


July 1992 live CD STACKRIDGE: BBC RADIO 1 LIVE IN CONCERT [live 1972-1975]

  1. God Speed the Plough 5.43 [Stackridge]
  2. Lummy Days 3.17 [Davis/Warren]
  3. Teatime 5.34 [Davis/Warren]
  4. Anyone for Tennis 3.12 [Warren]
  5. Amazing Agnes 3.35 [Warren]
  6. She Taught Me How to Yodel 2.43 [Roberts/Emerson/Sciver]
  7. 32 West Mall 1.56 [Davis/Warren]
  8. Syracuse the Elephant 7.49 [Walter/Davis]
  9. The Volunteer 4.47 [Davis/Smegmakovitch]
  10. Who's That up There with Bill Stokes 5.00 [Bowkett/Davis]
  11. No One's More Important Than the Earthworm 5.29 [Haskell]
  12. The Galloping Gaucho 3.05 [Slater/Smegmakovitch]
  13. Dora the Female Explora 4.17 [Stackridge] (Windsong, WINCD 019)
Recorded 21 July 1972 (2,3,5,6,7), 15 February 1973 (4 and 8) and 7 January 1975 (1, 9-13) at the Paris Theatre in London. Tracks 2-8: The 'original' lineup of Andy, James, Mutter, Mike, Billy & Crun. Track 1, 9-13: Andy, Mutter, Rod Bowkett, Keith Gemmell, Paul Karas, & Roy Morgan.

27 Oct 1997 coll-CD STACKRIDGE: THE RADIO 1 SESSIONS [1971 & 1973]

  1. 1. Three Legged Table 2.20
  2. Slark 14.47
  3. The Lyder Loo 3.16
  4. God Speed the Plough 5.43
  5. Road to Venezuela 4.19
  6. The Galloping Gaucho 3.23 (Strange Fruit, SFRSCD 40)
Recorded during two sessions: 21 Sep 1971 and 7 Feb 1973.

(16 Oct 2012) reissue coll-CD STACKRIDGE: RADIO SESSIONS 1971-1973 [1971 & 1973]

  1. 1. Three Legged Table 2.20
  2. Slark 14.47
  3. The Lyder Loo 3.16
  4. God Speed the Plough 5.43
  5. Road to Venezuela 4.19
  6. The Galloping Gaucho 3.23 (Angel Air SJPCD 403)
Recorded during two sessions: 21 Sep 1971 and 7 Feb 1973.
http://www.angelair.co.uk/sjpcd403.htm

Oct 1998 private live/rarities CD-R STACKRIDGE: UNEARTHED

  1. Lummy Days 3.12 [Capitiol Night out at the Global Village; radio broadcast early 1974]
  2. Rave to the Grave: Be Mine Tonight 3.29 (Slater/Howe)
    [a 'Mutter' Slater solo project; from 'There's Life in the Old Boy Yet' EP 1984]
  3. Pocket Billiards 4.11 [Radio One in concert broadcast 1975]
  4. Dancing on Air 2.43 ['Mutter' Slater solo single, A-side]
  5. The Volunteer 4.45 [Radio One, ibid]
  6. Every Living Hole/The Guest 5.23 [Global Village, ibid]
  7. February in Shropshire 4.56 [John Peel Show 1975]
  8. Brief chat with James Warren 0.33 [Global Village, ibid]
  9. Spin 'round the Room 2.36 [Global Village, ibid; Warren on vocals]
  10. MacGregor/Zorgan's Daughter 4.28 [John Peel, ibid]
  11. Solitude 3.47 ['Mutter' Slater solo single, B-side]
  12. Purple Spaceships over Yatton 8.42 [Global Village, ibid]
  13. Rave to the Grave: Country Boys 2.49 ['Mutter' Slater solo EP track]
  14. The Laughing Policeman 2.18 [Global Village, ibid]
  15. Who's That up There with Bill Stokes? 4.50 [Radio One, ibid]
  16. Andy Davis: Baby Good For You 5.10 [solo single; studio version]
  17. No One's More Important (Than the Earthworm) 5.18 [Radio One, ibid]
  18. God Speed the Plough (closing) 1.33 [Sheffield University soundcheck '74]
Only available from Elessar Tetramariner: 'I've produced a limited-issue cd of Stackridge rarities. None of these versions of the songs (and in some case, none of the tracks) have appeared (to my knowledge) on cd or lp. There are 2 tracks from a Mutter Slater 80s band called Rave To The Grave (from an ep), an Andy Davis single, 2 sides of a Mutter Slater single, but the rest is all live Stackridge, from radio broadcasts, soundchecks, John Peel sessions, Capitol One radio shows. I can't set a price on the cd's worth, so I am asking for a donation against my work & expenses. If you want a copy let me know at: Elessar Tetramariner, 910 Pauline Blvd., Ann Arbor, MI. 48103 U.S.A. I accept most kinds of donations. Checks, money orders, cash. No credit cards, though. If you need to send me foreign currency or payment coupons, I'll give them a try at my bank! Andy Davis has been told of the project and has no objection, and has requested a copy of the cd (which was dispatched yesterday) [13 Oct 1998]. You can send me mail at: elessar@tetramariner.com
The cd comes with a 3 page insert, and a track listing with times & location on the back.'


Nov? 1998 promo CD-R More

  1. It's a Fascinating World (James Warren)
  2. Ruth, Did You Read My Mind? (John Miller/James Warren)
  3. Something about The Beatles (James Warren/Sarah Menage)
  4. Sliding down the Razor Blade of Love (Roger Cook/Andy West)
A promo CD-R containing "nearly but not quite final mixes" of four tracks from their forthcoming CD SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND. It could be obtained for £5 plus £1 postage, etc. from: Roger Rowe, 32 St. James Road, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, AL5 4PB, UK. ALL the profits from the sale of "More" went into the Stackridge coffers, to assist the band over the autumn and winter, and into 2000.

17 May 1999 CD SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND

  1. It’s a Fascinating World
  2. Ruth, Did You Read My Mind?
  3. Something about the Beatles
  4. Help under Doors
  5. The Vegan’s Hatred of Fish
  6. Sliding down the Razorblade of Love
  7. The Youth of Today
  8. Have Faith in Love
  9. Five-Poster Bedlam
  10. Wildebeeste
  11. Grooving along on the Highway on a Monday Morning Once
  12. Someday They’ll Find Out
  13. Drinking & Driving
  14. It Must Be Time For Bed (Dap Records, DAP101CD)

    Extra tracks 2007 reissue CD:

  15. Sliding down the Razorblade of Love (Alternate version)
  16. Ropes of Pearls (Unfinished demo)
  17. Sad Romantic (Unfinished demo)
  18. No Love in Her Heart (CD 7 May 2007: Angel Air SJPCD235)
James Warren, Crun and Mike Evans (members of the original Stackridge) release a reunion CD. http://www.angelair.force9.co.uk/sjpcd235.htm

18 Nov 2000 live CD PICK OF THE CROP

  1. Dora, the Female Explorer
  2. Lummy Days
  3. Grooving along the Highway on a Monday Morning, Once
  4. The Last Plimsoll
  5. 32, West Mall
  6. The Road To Venezuela
  7. Fish in a Glass
  8. Something about the Beatles
  9. Old Brown Shoe
  10. February in Shropshire
  11. Ruth, Did You Read My Mind
  12. Help Under Doors (Dap Records, DAP104CD)
Recorded live at Cropredy 2000.

Dec 2002 mini-CD LEMON 2002

  1. Big Baby (Genovese/Gidman)
  2. The First Name of Love (Warren)
  3. A Wonderful Day (Walter)
  4. Charles Louis Dance (Davis)
  5. The Final Bow (Davis)
  6. Beating a Path to Your Door (Slater)
Was only available via mail-order.

6 June 2005 coll-CD SEX AND FLAGS

  1. It’s a Fascinating World 3.54 [from 'SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND']
  2. The Final Bow 3.09 (Davis/Menage) [from 'LEMON']
  3. Someday They’ll Find Out 1.59 [from 'SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND']
  4. Big Baby 4.14 (Genovese/Gidman) [from 'LEMON']
  5. Charles Louis Dance 2.28 (Davis) [from 'LEMON']
  6. Wonderful Day 3.22 (Walter) [from 'LEMON']
  7. Bread and Water 3.33 (Davis) [new track]
  8. Sliding down the Razorblade of Love 3.06 [from 'SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND']
  9. Dirty Nightingale 4.53 (Davis/Ferguson) [new track]
  10. Something about the Beatles 3.43 [from 'SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND']
  11. Wildebeeste 3.21 [from 'SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND']
  12. Grooving along the Highway on a Monday Morning Once 2.15 [from 'SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND']
  13. First Name of Love 2.31 (Warren) [from 'LEMON']
  14. Beating a Path 5.11 (Slater) [from 'LEMON']
  15. It Must Be Time For Bed 4.15 [from 'SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND'] (Angel Air SJPCD 205)
http://www.angelair.co.uk/

2 Oct 2006 coll-CD PURPLE SPACESHIPS OVER YATTON - BEST OF STACKRIDGE

  1. Lummy Days [1972]
  2. Syracuse the Elephant [1972]
  3. Dangerous Bacon [1974]
  4. The Galloping Gaucho [1974]
  5. Anyone for Tennis? [1972]
  6. Friendliness [1972]
  7. The Road to Venezuela [1974]
  8. Coniston Water [1976]
  9. Fundamentally Yours [1973/1974]
  10. The Last Plimsoll [1974]
  11. Do the Stanley [1973]
  12. Dora the Female Explorer [1971]
  13. Humiliation [1974]
  14. Fish in a Glass [1976]
  15. Purple Spaceships over Yatton (revisited) [new remix?] (Angel Air SJPCD 228)
http://www.angelair.force9.co.uk/sjpcd228.htm

7 July 2007 UK live DVD THE FORBIDDEN CITY

Filmed live in April 2007 in Bath, England. http://www.angelair.co.uk/njpdvd630.htm

14 Jan 2008 UK live 2-CD THE FORBIDDEN CITY

  1. Fundamentally Yours
  2. Bacon
  3. Grooving Along
  4. The Volunteer
  5. Syracuse the Elephant
  6. Anyone for Tennis?
  7. Wonderful Day
  8. Ruth Did U
  9. Friendliness
  10. Dancing on Air
  11. Fish in a Glass
  1. Lummy Days
  2. If I Had You
  3. Teatime
  4. Happy in the Lord
  5. Help under Doors
  6. Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime
  7. The Road to Venezuela
  8. Can Inspiration
  9. Goucho
  10. Plimsoll
  11. Something about the Beatles
  12. Slark
  13. Do the Stanley
  14. Dora the Female Explorer (2-CD 14 Jan 2008: SJPCD 251)
Recorded live in April 2007 in Bath, England. http://www.angelair.co.uk/sjpcd251.htm

1 Sep 2008 UK coll-CD+DVD ANYONE FOR TENNIS? - SOUND & VISION

    Disc 1 - Audio CD
  1. Lummy Days
  2. Syracuse the Elephant
  3. Dangerous Bacon
  4. The Galloping Gaucho
  5. Anyone for Tennis?
  6. Friendliness
  7. The Road To Venezuela
  8. Coniston Waters
  9. Fundamentally Yours
  10. The Last Plimsoll
  11. Do the Stanley
  12. Dora the Female Explorer
  13. Humiliation
  14. Fish in a Glass
  15. Purple Spaceships over Yatton
    Disc 2 - DVD
  1. Fundamentally Yours
  2. Dangerous Bacon
  3. Grooving Along the Highway on a Monday Morning Once
  4. The Volunteer
  5. Syracuse the Elephant
  6. Anyone for Tennis?
  7. Wonderful Day
  8. Ruth Did You Read My Mind?
  9. Friendliness
  10. Dancing on Air
  11. Fish in a Glass
  12. Lummy Days
  13. If I Had You
  14. Teatime
  15. Happy in the Lord
  16. Help under Doors
  17. Everybody’s Got To Learn Sometime
  18. The Road to Venezuela
  19. Can Inspiration Save the Nation?
  20. The Galloping Gaucho
  21. The Last Plimsoll (CD+DVD: Angel Air SJPCD271)
All tracks are taken from earlier Angel Air releases. Disc 2 (DVD) is a sold out concert filmed in 2007 at Rondo Theatre, Bath, England. http://www.angelair.co.uk/sjpcd271.htm

13 July 2009 UK CD A VICTORY FOR COMMON SENSE

  1. Boots and Shoes 4.06 (Davis/Warren)
  2. The Old Country 3.17 (Davis/Slater/Walter/Warren)
  3. (Waiting for You and) England to Return 4.03 (Warren/Slater/Davis/Tommey)
  4. Red Squirrel 5.44 (Davis)
  5. North St. Grande 3.49 (Slater/Davis)
  6. Long Dark River 7.18 (Walter)
  7. Lost and Found 4.41 (Davis/Warren/Tommey)
  8. Cheese and Ham 5.56 (Davis/Warren/Tommey/Slater)
  9. The Day the World Stopped Turning 11.04 (Warren/Davis/Tommey) (Helium Records, HeCD005)
Andy Davis: guitars, keyboards, vocals. James Warren: guitars, bass guitar, vocals. 'Mutter' Slater: flute, acoustic guitar, vocals. Jim 'Crun' Walter: bass guitar, acoustic guitar. Additional musicians: Glenn Tommey: keyboards, trombone, backing vocals. Rachel Hall: violin. Sarah Mitchell: violin, backing vocals. Eddie John: drums. Andy 'Codge' Marsden: drums. Davide Rossi: string arrangements.

http://www.heliumrecords.co.uk/releases/a-victory-for-common-sense.php
http://www.avictoryforcommonsense.co.uk

18 Aug 2011 CD-single Beside the Sea

  1. Beside the Sea
  2. Dummies
"Produced exclusively for sale to fans at our gigs we now have copies available from our shop. With a very funny picture sleeve designed by the legendary "Fatty Fudge" this 2 track CD single will not be available in any other format & will not be on sale at Record Stores or via any other Web Site. An exclusive offer to fans you can purchase a copy from our Tee Shirt shop - just click on the TeaPot link on the front page. This really is a "Limited Edition" - once they are gone no more copies will ever be pressed. A collectors item !"

http://www.stackridge.net/news_story.asp?id=181

23 April 2012 coll-CD PRESERVED: BEST OF - VOLUME TWO

  1. Teatime [1972]
  2. Slark (single version) [1972]
  3. God Speed the Plough [1974]
  4. 32 West Mall [1971]
  5. It's a Fascinating World [1999]
  6. Can Inspiration Save the Nation? [1976]
  7. Who's That Up There with Bill Stokes? [1975]
  8. C'est La Vie [1973]
  9. Big Baby [2002/2005]
  10. Something about the Beatles [1999]
  11. Charles Louis Dance [2002/2005]
  12. Hey Good Looking [1976]
  13. Final Bow [2002/2005] (Angel Air SJPCD396)
http://www.angelair.co.uk/sjpcd396.htm

14 July 2017 live 2-CD THE FINAL BOW, BRISTOL 2015 [Live 19 Dec 2015]

  1. Over the Horizon
  2. The Road to Venezuela
  3. The Last Plimsoll
  4. Red Squirrel
  5. Syracuse the Elephant
  6. Fundamentally Yours
  7. Highbury Incident
  8. Teatime
  9. God Speed the Plough
  10. Long Dark River
  11. Purple Spaceships over Yatton (with Mutter Slater)
  1. All I Do Is Dream of You
  2. Fish in a Glass
  3. Something about the Beatles
  4. No One's More Important Than the Earthworm
  5. Lost and Found
  6. Boots and Shoes
  7. The Final Bow
  8. Lummy Days
  9. Slark (with Mutter Slater)
  10. Dora the Female Explorer
  11. Do the Stanley
  12. Aviator Brass (Plus Audience)
“The Final Bow, Bristol 2015” was recorded at a packed venue at The Fiddlers Club, Bristol on 19th December 2015 as the group then called it a day and the band were joined onstage for two of the final numbers by former long-time member Mutter Slater."


Copyright (c) 1996 Jonas Wårstad.

Last update 2017-06-09.


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