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Stackridge - Lost And Found: The Reunion Years 1999-2015 (Uk)
Lost And Found: The Reunion Years 1999-2015 (Uk)
Artist: Stackridge
Format: CD

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Label: ESOTERIC
Rel. Date: 09/27/2024
UPC: 5013929488441

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DISC: 1

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 1
10. Wildebeeste 1
11. Grooving Along on the Highway on a Monday Morning Once 1
12. Someday They'll Find Out 1
13. Drinking ; Driving 1
14. It Must Be Time for Bed 1
15. The Final Bow 1
16. Big Baby 1
17. Charles Louis Dance 1
18. Wonderful Day 1
19. Bread ; Water 2
20. Dirty Little Nightingale 2
21. First Name of Love 2
22. Beating a Path 2
23. Boots and Shoes 2
24. The Old Country 2
25. (Waiting for You and) England to Return 2
26. Red Squirrel 2
27. North St. Grande 2
28. Long Dark River 2
29. Lost and Found 3
30. Cheese and Ham 3
31. The Day the World Stopped Turning 3
32. Seek and You Will Find 3
33. Beside the Sea 3
34. Dummies 3
35. Purple Spaceships Over Yatton (2006 Version) 3
36. Over the Horizon 3
37. The Road to Venezuela 3
38. The Last Plimsoll 3
39. Red Squirrel 4
40. Syracuse the Elephant 4
41. Fundamentally Yours 4
42. Highbury Incident 4
43. Teatime 4
44. God Speed the Plough 4
45. Long Dark River 4
46. Purple Spaceships Over Yatton 4
47. All I Do Is Dream of You 4
48. Fish in a Glass 4
49. Something About the Beatles 5
50. No Ones More Important Than the Earthworm 5
51. Lost and Found 5
52. Boots and Shoes 5
53. The Final Bow 5
54. Lummy Days 5
55. Slark 5
56. Dora the Female Explorer 5
57. Do the Stanley Aviator Brass

More Info:

A Newly Remastered Clamshell Box Set Featuring The Later Reunion Albums By Stackridge. Features The Albums 'Something For The Weekend', 'A Victory For Common Sense' & 'The Final Bow, Bristol 2015'. Illustrated Booklet With Essay. Formed in Bristol in 1969, STACKRIDGE were one of the most unique British bands of the era. Possessing a gift for melody, musicianship and a fine sense of humour, their concerts were legendary. The band appeared at the very first Glastonbury festival and soon after signed to MCA Records. A succession of wonderful albums in the 1970s earned the band a loyal following but following line-up changes and the release of the album 'Mr. Mick' they disbanded. It was therefore a pleasant surprise when in 1999 the album 'Something for the Weekend' was released. Sporadic reunions followed and a mini-album release via the Stackridge website, 'Lemon', also appeared, but in 2008 Stackridge returned with a masterpiece, the excellent album 'A Victory for Common Sense' (which featured original members James Warren, Andy Davis, Mutter Slater and Jim "Crun" Walter). Produced by Chris Hughes, the album received excellent critical reviews. Stackridge continued to tour, but by 2015 both Mutter Slater and Crun Walter had departed. On 19th December 2015 Stackridge made their farewell performance at a concert in Bristol (for which they were joined by guest Mutter Slater), which was recorded and later released as the double album 'The Final Bow'. This collection gathers together the albums 'Something for the Weekend', the 'Lemon' mini- album, 'A Victory for Common Sense' and 'The Final Bow: Bristol 2015'. It also features additional bonus tracks such as the 2006 re-recording of 'Purple Spaceships Over Yatton', 'Seek and You Will Find' and both songs from the rare 'Dummies' CD single.