Jackson Heights ‎– Bump ‘N’ Grind (1973)

Bump ‘N’ Grind is the fourth album by English art-rock/music-hall foursome Jackson Heights, released in 1973 on Vertigo.


A1. “I Could Be Your Orchestra” (4:22)
A2. “Spaghetti Sunshine” (3:30)
A3. “Long Naked Lady” (3:40)
A4. “Public Romance” (2:40)
A5. “Bump and Grind” (3:30)
B1. “Cumberland Country” (4:30)
B2. “It’s a Shame” (4:25)
B3. “Ladies in the Chorus” (3:10)
B4. “Whatever Happened to the Conversations” (4:03)

Arranged By, Conductor – Ian Green (2)
Banjo – Billy Bell
Bass – Chris Laurence
Cello – Helen Liebmann, Lynden Cranham, Martin Robinson, Mike Hurwitz
Drums – Ian Wallace (tracks: A3, B2 to B4), Mike Giles* (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B1)
Electric Guitar – Roger McKew (tracks: B1)
Engineer – Chris Harding, Roger Wake
Executive-Producer – Johnny Toogood
Fiddle – Johnny Van Derrick (tracks: A3)
Photography By – Roger Stowell
Producer – Lee Jackson (2)
Programmed By [Moog Synthesizer] – Keith Emerson
Viola – Brian Hawkins, Brian Mack, Don McVay*, Jan Schlapp
Violin – Alan Travers, Andy Babynchuk, Cathy Wei*, Clare Farmer, David Woodcock, Eddy Roberts*, Liz Edwards*, Gavyn Wright, Godfrey Salmon, Jeff Grey (2), Louise Jopling, Paul Pearce
Violin, Soloist – Johnny Van Derrick
Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Mellotron, Percussion – John McBurnie
Vocals, Bass Guitar, Congas, Percussion, Cello [Electric] – Lee Jackson (2)
Vocals, Piano, Clarinet, Organ, Mellotron, Harpsichord, Celesta, Bells [Tubular], Electric Piano [Electric Pianette], Synthesizer [Moog] – Brian Chatton

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