Slapp Happy - Bbc Live 1974 & Reunion Concert In London 1983 FLAC album
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Desperate Straights is an album by British avant-rock groups Slapp Happy and Henry Cow, recorded at Virgin Records' Manor studios in November 1974
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Slapp Happy, one of many artists featured in this online tribute to the late, great John Peel - a celebration of his life and career at Radio .
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Slapp Happy was a German/English avant-pop group, formed in Germany in 1972. Their lineup consisted of Anthony Moore (keyboards), Peter Blegvad (guitar) and Dagmar Krause (vocals). The band members moved to England in 1974 where they merged with Henry Cow, but the merger ended soon afterwards and Slapp Happy split up. Slapp Happy's sound was characterised by Dagmar Krause's unique vocal style. From 1982 there have been brief reunions to work on an opera, record a CD and tour Japan.
In 1974, Deep Purple were proving detractors wrong who figured that the exit of both singer Ian Gillan and bassist Roger Glover a year earlier would lead the group into an artistic tailspin. But as it turned out, newcomers David Coverdale and Glenn Hughes were worthy replacements, who contributed significantly to two more Purple classics in a single-year span, Burn and Stormbringer
First of the Big Bands – BBC Live in Concert 1974. Redirected from First of the Big Bands - BBC Live in Concert 1974). First of the Big Bands – BBC Live in Concert 1974 is a live album recorded on September 12, 1974 at the London Palladium by Tony Ashton and Jon Lord and their all-star band featuring Ian Paice, Carmine Appice, Dick Parry and Max Middleton among others. The setlist features mainly songs off the album First of the Big Bands by Ashton & Lord, released in 1974
Slapp Happy comprised Dagmar, a German vocalist who would later win great acclaim for interpretations of Brecht (and sign my copy of this abum), Peter Blegvad, American born but raised and educated in England, played guitar and wrote most of the lyrics and would later contribute the unique strip cartoon Leviathan to the Independent, and Anthony Moore, English pianist who wrote. As Slapp Happy saw Henry Cow playing live and were being deeply impressed, this album can be seen as the turning point as well as their single Europe. While it still has a few weird songs (well Dagmar's voice makes them automatically off-beat) that can remind you of their previous album, the help of Henry Cow both on production but also in playing the music.
radio stations (obscuring the original ""A-side"" song), and became a hit and launched Vincent as a rock 'n' roll star. In this memorable concert filmed at London's Royal Albert Hall in 1985, pop music legend Engelbert Humperdinck joins the London Philharmonic Orchestra to perform many of his hits. Songs include "Please Release Me," "After the Loving," "Lonely Is a Man Without Love" and "I Just Called To Say I Love Yo.
|2||A Little Something||3:29|
|4||Me & Paravatti||3:36|
|7||Some Questions About Hats||2:25|
|8||Excerpt From The Messiah||1:44|
|11||A Little Something||4:25|
|12||Small Hands Of Stone||2:35|
|14||Me & Paravatti||3:57|
|16||The Naked Shakespear (Inst. Version)||3:14|
|17||O For The Ocean||2:54|
Notes- BBC Top Gear 1974.6.25
Anthony Moore (p-, vo-, org-, harpsichord-), Peter Blegvad (ac-g-, g-, vo-), Dagmar Krause (lead-vo) + Fred Frith (g-), Lindsay Cooper (bassoon-, oboe-), Geoff Leigh (ss-, fl-, cl-), Jeff Clyne (double-b), Robert Wyatt (vo-, perc-)
 released in 'Robert Wyatt - Flotsam Jetsam'
- I.C.A. London 1983
Anthony Moore, Peter Blegvad, Dagmar Krause