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8 thoughts on “ Split Part Four - The Groundhogs - Extremely Live (CD)

  1. Dr Doom 22nd Aug This arrived in the post this morning and It's lovely (scans to follow) It was sold as being promo only but although It doesn't actually say that on the record the catalogue number and biography content of the picture sleeve would seem to suggest that's the case.
  2. Label: Liberty - 2 1,Liberty - • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock/5(30).
  3. Apr 10,  · The Groundhogs continued as a live act, rather than releasing new albums, with Tony McPhee admitting that he struggled to find enough new material to fill a minute CD as many expected. In , manager Roy Fisher put together a short-lived original lineup, including Cruickshank and Pustelnik, to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of the band.
  4. Split Part One Groundhog Blues Eccentric Man Split Part Two LP Two Mistreated Still A Fool Boogie With Us Your Love Keeps Me Alive Live Right I Love You Miss Ogyny Free EP Cherry Red/Split Part 2 Light My Light. Rick Adams Mick Cook Pete Cruickshank Martin Kent Tony McPhee Ken Pustelnik Recorded live in: LP 1 Tracks LP 1 Tracks LP 2.
  5. Split Part 4: Split Part 2: Split Part 1: , James Road: Split (Pt. 1) [ Remastered] Split - Part One (Live; Digital Remaster) Split Part One: Split (Part 1) - Remastered Version: Split (Part 2) - Remastered Version: Split (Part 3) - Remastered Version: Split (Part 4) -
  6. The Groundhogs - Split review: Tony McPhee and co.'s finest album and one of the best psychedelic blues rock albums of the 70’s. Split is very much an album of two halves. Side one of the original LP is made up of the epic four-part title suite, while side two consists of a series of more straight forward but equally engaging songs. The.
  7. Mar 16,  · Grungy, aggressive and profoundly inventive, Groundhogs’ fourth album saw the increasingly smooth path the British blues pack was taking in the early 70s and ran in the opposite tifidlinifitenisicnenotanrie.coinfo doing so, it helped reinvent bandleader/guitarist Tony McPhee as one of the most radical and experimental musicians around. By their third album, &#x;s avant-garde Thank .

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