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Spin Round The Room - Stackridge - Extravaganza (CD, Album)

02.08.2019
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  1. Artist: Stackridge Title: Extravaganza Year Of Release: / Label: Air Mail Archive Genre: Prog Folk Rock Quality: Mp3 / Flac (image,.cue, log) Total Time: Total Size: / Mb (scans) Tracklist: 1. Spin Around The Room 2. Grease Paint Smiles 3. The Volunteer 4. Highbury.
  2. Extravaganza Stackridge. Released Extravaganza Tracklist. 1. Spin Round The Room Lyrics. 2. Grease Paint Smiles Lyrics. 3. The Volunteer More Stackridge albums.
  3. Extravaganza is the fourth album by the British rock group Stackridge. The album was produced by Tony Ashton at AIR Studios, London. The band experienced a significant lineup change after its previous album, with James Warren, James "Crun" Walter and Billy Sparkle all leaving. The album was originally released in the UK on Elton John's label, The Rocket Record Company. Stackridge was the .
  4. Extravaganza is a music studio album recording by STACKRIDGE (Prog Folk/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette/5(2).
  5. "Spin round the room" is however a rather ordinary melodic pop song. "One rainy July morning" is a fun Beatles parody. Interestingly, despite all but two of the tracks on "Pinafore days" also being on "The man in the bowler hat", the sleeve of the album has photos of the "Extravaganza" line up, thus ignoring, among others, James Warren's /5(4).
  6. Jun 24,  · Spin 'Round The Room / The Stackridge Project ANDREW YAGOOS YAGZY: Guitars / Vocals JAMES KAJI-PON: Bass Guitar / Vocals MUTTER KOGA: Vocals EDDIE KEN: Drums GLENN TE-SAN LINDLEY.
  7. The Man In The Bowler Hat is the third album by the British rock group gajinnmunilsacoibandis.xyzinfo album was produced by George Martin at AIR Studios, London and released in the UK by MCA gajinnmunilsacoibandis.xyzinfo was their highest charting album, peaking at number 23 in the UK Albums Chart.. A different version of the album was released by Sire Records in the US and Canada under the title Pinafore Days.
  8. Round about the same time, Stackridge reformed, though without Mellotron man Davis; their sole studio album to date, Something for the Weekend (ho ho) has what sounds like Mellotron flutes on a couple of tracks, but I strongly suspect they're samples. Whatever, it's good to see them back, even if their lineup problems seem to be as bad as ever.

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