STACKRIDGE The Man In the Bowler Hat

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1974′s career highlight is a small but perfectly formed body of work. Producer George Martin lifts principal leads (and Beatles fans) Andy Davis and James Warren’s capacity for a droll way with words and pastoral melody to new levels, tightening presentation without losing the immediacy and sparkle that trademarked their recorded output and, more importantly, popular live act . ****

Peter Muir www.getreadytorock.com (January 2007)


…What really works a treat on this, probably Stackridge’s finest hour (from 19873) is George Martin’s production…It entitles Stackridge to take their place as significant contributors to the rich diversity of the rock scene of the early 70s…

Rock n Reel (May 2007)


Stackridge’s tuneful charm at its most endearing

Kevin Bryan, Hartlepool Mail (April 2007)


‘the songs’ maintain a coherent level of arrangements. The nearly homogenous treatment helps in gluing the songs together and results in a better album flow’ 8.75/10

Avi Shaked, www.maelstrom.nu (May 2007)


‘a thoroughly good-natured project. What really works a treat on this, probably Stackridge’s finest hour (from 1973) is George Martin’s production’

Rychard Carrington, Rock&Reel (April 2007)


…a more concentrated listening reveals clever and amusing lyrics with more musical complexity than at first thought…

Classic Rock Society (February 2007)


This time progressive tendencies give room to playful songs…here the music goes everywhere – meandering from calypso to country…

Let It Rock (April 2007)


…an uplifting collection of songs, from the beautiful Road To Venezuela to the quirky Galloping Gaucho…

Maverick (October 2007)

 

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