Stack Waddy – Bugger Off! Label: Dandelion Records – 2310 231. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Country: UK. Released: 1972. CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM). Air Mail Archive, Dandelion Records. Rr 4082 - wp. Stack Waddy.
Bugger Off! is the second album by Stack Waddy, released in 1972 on Dandelion Records. The album liner notes by Dandelion Records's owner and executive producer, John Peel, indicate each song was recorded in a single live take with the band refusing to make any kind of overdubbing or technical treatment on the resulting sound. He narrates that on one occasion he asked them to run through a song a second time and the band members yelled "Bugger Off!, Peel'", which gave rise to the album's title.
Band Name Stack Waddy. Album Name Bugger Off ! Type Album. Лейблы Cherry Red Records Repertoire Music Dandelion Records. Музыкальный стильHeavy Rock. Владельцы этого альбома0.
Stack Waddy - from Manchester, England - formed in 1965 as a primal R&B and blues-rock band, taking their name from a Mad magazine character who lead vocalist John Knail (formerly of the Knails) vaguely resembled. Prior to this name change, the band had been known as New Religion, and were led by lead guitarist Mick Stott. Bugger Off - which was withdrawn from sale in many record shops because of its title - was also comprised mostly of covers, including Frank Zappa's "Willie the Pimp," the Kinks' "You Really Got Me," and Willie Dixon's "Hoochie Coochie Ma. The original lineup finally imploded not too long after its release. In 1973, bassist Stuart Bamham re-formed the band with a new lineup - Mike Sweeney replacing Knail on lead vocals - that lasted until 1976, but the band failed to issue a third album.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "Stack Waddy/Bugger Off!" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Stack Waddy were an English blues rock band from Timperley, Cheshire, who were active in the late 1960s and early 1970s and again in 2007. Signed to John Peel's Dandelion label, the original line-up of John Knail, Mick Stott, Stuart Banham and Steve Revel (replaced by John Groom on second album) r. ore . Year: 1972.
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Listen to music from Stack Waddy like Mystic Eyes, Willie the Pimp & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Stack Waddy. Signing with John Peel's Dandelion label, they released the single "Roadrunner" in 1970, followed by their self-titled debut album in 1971.