Skip Bifferty

Skip Bifferty were an English pop-psych band from Newcastle that released four singles and a self-titled album on RCA Victor in 1967. Further recordings preceded a name-change to Heavy Jelly for the lengthy a-side “I Keep Singing That Same Old Song” on Island in 1969. Members: Graham Bell (vocals), Micky Gallagher (keyboards), Colin Gibson (bass), […]

Skip Bifferty – Skip Bifferty (1968)

Skip Bifferty is an album by the namesake English psych-rock/pop band, released in 1968 on RCA Victor. Tracklist: A1. “Money Man” (2:54)* A2. “Jeremy Carabine” (2:25) A3. “When She Comes to Stay” (2:01) A4. “Guru” (2:44) A5. “Come Around” (2:48) A6. “Time Track” (3:31) A7. “Gas Board Under Dog (Part 1)” (2:19) B1. “Inside the […]

The Clash ‎– London Calling (1979)

London Calling is the third album by English rock band The Clash, released in December 1979 on CBS/Epic. Tracklist: A1. “London Calling” (3:19) A2. “Brand New Cadillac” (2:09) A3. “Jimmy Jazz” (3:51) A4. “Hateful” (2:47) A5. “Rudie Can’t Fail” (3:26) B1. “Spanish Bombs” (3:18) B2. “The Right Profile” (4:00) B3. “Lost in the Supermarket” (3:47) […]

The Planets ‎– Goon Hilly Down (1979)

Goon Hilly Down is the first of two albums by Liverpudlian New Wave combo The Planets, released in 1979 on Rialto. Stateside, the album was issued eponymously on Motown. Tracklist: A1. “Iron for the Iron” (3:41) A2. “Mile High” (3:51) A3. “A Minute Ago” (0:00) A4. “Lines” (4:00) B1. “Break It to Me Gently” (3:05) […]

Arc ‎– … At This (1971)

… At This is the singular autonomous album by English art-rock foursome ARC, released in 1971 on Decca. The band would release one further album, Bell + Arc, later that year in collaboration with former Skip Bifferty colleague Graham Bell. Tracklist: A1. “Let Your Love Run Through” (4:53) A2. “It’s Gonna Rain” (4:06) A3. “Four Times […]

ARC

ARC were an English art-rock band from London, formed in 1970 by keyboardist Micky Gallagher and guitarist John Turnbull, both formerly of Skip Bifferty/Heavy Jelly. As ARC, they issued the album … at This on Decca in 1971, followed that same year by a collaborative album on Charisma with former Bifferty vocalist Graham Bell. Gallagher […]