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Monday To Friday, Harold Dubble Yeu (7", Single).
The Web were a British jazz/blues band, with a style simultaneously related to America’s West Coast groove and UK’s proto-prog movement. Hailing from the British psychedelic scene, their style is often described as atmospheric, moody, melancholy, and dark. They were originally fronted by African-American singer John L. Watson, with whom they released two studio efforts, Fully Interlocking (1968) and Theraposa Blondi (1970) . A final, self-titled album followed in 1971. With the band losing steam due to financial struggles and lack of recognition, Lawson accepted an invitation to join Greenslade. Monday to Friday", "Harold Dubbleyew" Deram DM 253 - 1969.
Samurai (and their previous incarnation as The Web and Web) were a short-lived prog/psych band active as a whole between 1967 - 1971. Years later a jazz/funk group out of Louisville, Kentucky would christen themselves as The Web, active from 1996 - 2011. Fully Interlocking (1968, Deram; As The Web). Monday to Friday", "Harold Dubbleyew" - Deram DM 253 - 1969. Give A Little More", "More Rain" - Decca - DL 25 493 - 1971.
Among the first recordings in this series was the November 1967 album release Days of Future Passed by the Moody Blues. The Web. "Monday To Friday"/"Harold Dubbleyew". The band increasingly delved into a progressive rock sound with which Watson's vocal style was incompatible, so they set Watson up with a solo career and replaced him.
Monday to Friday", "Harold Dubbleyew" Deram DM 253 - 1969. Fully Interlocking - Deram SML 1025 - 1968. The rhythm section consisted of Dave Markee and Simon Phillips, who had played on the album, but they were replaced by Tony Reeves and Jon Hiseman for the 1977 dates. In 2000, Greenslade and Reeves, after considering a full-blown reunion of the original line-up, teamed up with John Young, recorded a new Greenslade studio album: Large Afternoon.
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Written-By – Eaton*, Beveridge*, Wright*
Written-By – Eaton*, Harris*
|DM 20 013||The Web||Monday To Friday / Harold Dubble Yeu (7", Single)||Deram||DM 20 013||Netherlands||1969|
|DM 48||The Web||Monday To Friday (7", Single)||Deram||DM 48||Belgium||1969|
|DM 253, DM. 253||The Web||Monday To Friday (7", Single)||Deram, Deram||DM 253, DM. 253||Germany||Unknown|
|DM 253||The Web||Monday To Friday / Harold Dubbleyew (7", Single, Promo)||Deram||DM 253||UK||1969|
|DM 253, DM. 253||The Web||Monday To Friday (7", Single, Mono)||Deram, Deram||DM 253, DM. 253||Netherlands||1969|