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Stackridge Discography 1971-2009: A Guide to the British Rock Group's Albums
Stackridge were a British rock group that had their greatest success in the early 1970s. They combined folk, rock, prog, psych and comedy influences in their eclectic and original music. They released 13 studio albums between 1971 and 2009, as well as several live and compilation albums. Here is a guide to their discography, with some highlights and trivia from each album.
The debut album by Stackridge was released on MCA Records in the UK and Decca Records in the US. It featured songs such as "Grande Piano", "Slark" and "Dora the Female Explorer". The album showcased the band's diverse musical styles, ranging from whimsical pop to hard rock. The album cover was designed by Hipgnosis, who also worked with Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin.
The second album by Stackridge was also released on MCA Records in both the UK and the US. It featured songs such as "Lummy Days", "Syracuse the Elephant" and "Anyone for Tennis". The album was more cohesive and polished than their debut, and included guest appearances by Rod Bowkett on keyboards and Keith Gemmell on saxophone and flute. The album cover featured a photo of the band members dressed as animals.
The Man in the Bowler Hat (1974)
The third album by Stackridge was produced by George Martin, who was famous for working with The Beatles. It was released on MCA Records in the UK and Sire Records in the US, where it was retitled Pinafore Days. It featured songs such as "Fundamentally Yours", "The Galloping Gaucho" and "God Speed the Plough". The album was considered by many critics and fans to be their masterpiece, and showcased their sophisticated arrangements and harmonies. The album cover featured a painting of a man in a bowler hat by Paul Whitehead, who also worked with Genesis.
The fourth album by Stackridge was released on The Rocket Record Company, a label founded by Elton John. It featured songs such as "Spin Round the Room", "The Volunteer" and "Happy in the Lord". The album was more experimental and diverse than their previous albums, and included elements of jazz, funk and reggae. The album cover featured a photo of the band members dressed as circus performers.
Mr. Mick (1976)
The fifth album by Stackridge was also released on The Rocket Record Company. It featured songs such as "Hold Me Tight", "Breakfast with Werner von Braun" and "The Last Plimsoll". The album was a concept album based on a story by Andy Davis about a man who inherits a musical instrument factory. The album was more pop-oriented than their previous albums, and included some disco influences. The album cover featured a photo of a man holding a guitar case with a sticker that read "Mr. Mick".
BBC Radio 1 Live In Concert (1992)
The first live album by Stackridge was released on Windsong International. It featured recordings of their performance at the Paris Theatre in London in 1975 for BBC Radio 1's In Concert series. It featured songs such as "Dangerous Bacon", "The Road to Venezuela" and "Purple Spaceships Over Yatton". The album captured the band's live energy and humour, and included some improvisations and audience interaction. The album cover featured a photo of the band members on stage.
The Radio 1 Sessions (1997)
The second live album by Stackridge was released on Strange Fruit. It featured recordings of their sessions for BBC Radio 1's John Peel Show between 1971 and 1973. It featured songs such as "Three Legged Table", "32 West Mall" and "Do the Stanley". The album showcased the band's early material and development, and ec8f644aee