Monday, December 26, 2016

Andwella - World's End (1970 n. ireland, incredible mosaic of psych, folk, blues and prog rock, 2006 japan remaster)



Formerly known as The Method, they signed with CBS in London for whom they recorded three albums and several singles. Their stunning debut LP "Love & Poetry" (1969) is regarded as a psychedelic classic by many collectors around the world. Their name was shortened to Andwella in 1970 and their further long players "World's End" (1970) and "People's People" (1971) were issued under this moniker.
by Clark Faville
Tracks
1. Hold On To Your Mind - 3:50
2. Lady Love - 4:16
3. Michael Fitzhenry - 3:32
4. I'm Just Happy To See You Get Her - 2:57
5. Just How Long - 3:18
6. World's End Part I (Bobby Scott) - 3:00
7. World's End Part II - 2:25
8. Back On The Road - 3:24
9. I Got A Woman - 2:56
10.Reason For Living - 3:10
11.Shadow Of The Night - 3:39
All compositions by David Lewis except where stated.

Andwella
*David Lewis - Guitar, Piano, Organ, Vocals, Flute
*Dave McDougall - Piano, Organ, Vocals
*Nigel Smith - Bass, Vocals
*Gordon Barton - Drums, Percussion
Additional Personnel
*John Hawkins - Orchestral Arrangements

1969  Andwellas Dream - Love And Poetry (2009 Sunbeam extra tracks edition)
1971  Andwella - People's People (japan remaster issue)

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1 comment:

  1. Andwella is not Irish , but Northern Irish ( Belfast )

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