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Sex and Flags Import

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STACKRIDGE can claim a small but significant piece of history as the group that opened the very first Glastonbury Festival 1971. They hadn't far to travel, hailing as did from nearby Bristol. Founder members JAMES WARREN and ANDY DAVIS put the band on hold in the late 70's and went on to find greater fame as THE KORGIS. However Stackridge reformed in the late 90's and have been active ever since. This album contains tracks drawn from the 1997 to 2003 period. 'Sex and Flags,' need we say more?
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 10, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: ANGEL AIR
  • ASIN: B00099ICKW
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #326,531 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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If the Fab Four were making music today, they might sound something like this. Stackridge has a long history of Beatle connections. George Martin produced their greatest album, "The Man in the Bowler Hat" in the 70s. One song on that album, "Dangerous Bacon," name checked "the boys in the Beatle boots." And singer Andy Davis backed John Lennon on the "Imagine" album. On this, their half-new album (which includes the best tunes from their 1999 album, "Something for the Weekend"), they revive their tribute song, "Something About the Beatles." The new songs on "Sex and Flags" are typical of this quirky, British band. "Big Baby" and "Wonderful Day" could have come off the "Abbey Road" album. "First Name of Love" sounds like an early Simon and Garfunkel ballad. It all culminates in a soft, moody, highly poetic tune by the elusive Mutter Slater ("Beating a Path"). Thrown into the mix is a string interlude and a 40's style dance hall tune, "Sliding Down the Razorblade of Love." They just don't make music like this anymore.
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Following rather behind their excellent 1998 reunion (of sorts) "Something for the Weekend" comes "Sex & Flags", a reissue (more or less) of an EP available from their website a few years back called "Lemon" - presumably from the original name of the band (Stackridge Lemon - shortened to Stackridge) in 1969. This album finds all of the original members minus drummer Billy Sparkle and violinist Mike Evans on the same album for the first time in years - Mutter Slater & Andy Davis were notably absent for SFTW. I must say, this is a really satisfying slice of almost everything Stackridgian: wonderful songs, cool production and a typically eclectic bunch of styles. Big Baby sounds like something from The White Album with hilarious lyrics, Charles Louis Dance sounds like something off Andy Davis' Clevedon Pier album, Beating A Path is an epic piece of music from Mutter Slater and Wonderful Day is a breezy number by Crun Walter. This also includes several songs from SFTW, as the EP was rather shorter - but they are all good to hear again! I play this for people who are amazed at why they never heard of this great band... I can't recommend this high enough. More than five stars, really. Do yourself a faver.
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