The Rotters' Club is the second album by the English Canterbury scene rock band Hatfield and the North, released in March 1975. Lounging There Trying" (Miller) – 3:15. (Big) John Wayne Socks Psychology on the Jaw" (Stewart) – 0:43. Chaos at the Greasy Spoon" (Sinclair, Pyle) – 0:30. The Yes No Interlude" (Pyle) – 7:01. Fitter Stoke Has a Bath" (Pyle) – 7:33.
Producer – Hatfield And The North. Producer, Engineer – Dave Ruffell. Written-By – D. Stewart (tracks: A3, B2a to B2d), P. Miller (tracks: A2, B1), P. Pyle (tracks: A1, A4 to A6), R. Sinclair (tracks: A1, A4, A7). Notes. Recorded and mixed on Saturn, Worthing Recording Studio, January and February, 1975. Barbara Gaskin, Amanda Parsons and Ann Rosenthal appear as the Very Wonderful Northettes. Twin labels without the red dragon.
Progressive Rock Hatfield and the North. Lista de los grupos Progressive Rock Hatfield and the North The Rotters' Club. añadir las palabras del álbum. Band Name Hatfield and the North. Album Name The Rotters' Club. Data de aparición Marzo 1975. Labels Virgin Records.
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The Rotters Club is a fine achievement. It isn't for those who like a little repetition in their music, nor is it for faint-hearted people who like their music to be full of straightforward chord progressions. It is complicated, intricate, and in parts seems a little random. But repeated listening will reward the persistent and unlock the hidden secrets that lie within this wonderful album. All in all, this is an excellent Hatfield & the North album and is highly recommended along with the 1973 debut.
Hatfield & The North, Hatfield And The North. Style: pop. Album year: 2008. Hatfield & The North - Lounging There Trying 03:15. Hatfield & The North, Hatfield And The North - Fitter Stoke Has A Bath 07:33. Hatfield & The North - Lything And Gracing 03:58. Hatfield & The North, Hatfield And The North - The Yes No Interlude 07:01. Hatfield & The North - Didn't Matter Anyway 03:33. Hatfield & The North - Halfway Between Heaven And Earth 06:07. Hatfield & The North - Mumps: Your Majesty Is Like A Cream Doughnut (Quiet), Lumps, Prenut, Your Majesty Is Like A Cream 20:31. Hatfield & The North - Chaos At The Greasy Spoon 00:30.
Album · 1974 · 14 Songs. John Peel Session: Hatfield & the North (12th January 1973) - EP. 2010. The Best of Focus: Hocus Pocus.
So why "The Rotters' Club" and not something by Soft Machine or National Health or even the debut by Hatfield and the North? As it happens, this album is mentioned among 65 recommended prog albums in the book "Citizens of Hope and Glory: The Story of Progressive Rock" by Stephen Lambe, and I have found the book to be very useful as a guide in my prog education.