Hatfield and the North

Hatfield and the North were an English jazz-rock band that released the 1974/75 Virgin albums Hatfield and the North and The Rotter’s Club. They were formed by ex-members of Caravan, Delivery, and Matching Mole. Keyboardist Dave Stewart (Arzachel, Egg, Khan) completed the band. Their backing vocalists, The Northettes, included singer Barbara Gaskin (Spirogyra). Three-fourths of Hatfield […]

Delivery

Delivery — alternately billed as Carol Grimes & Delivery — was an English jazz-rock/soul band that released the album Fools Meeting on B & C Records in 1970. The band served as an early vehicle for future members of Soft Machine, Hatfield & the North, and National Health. Members: Phil Miller (guitar), Steve Miller (piano), […]

Hatfield and the North ‎– The Rotters’ Club (1975)

The Rotters’ Club is the second of two albums by Canterburian jazz-rock ensemble Hatfield and the North, released in 1975 on Virgin. Tracklist: A1. “Share It” (3:02) A2. “Lounging There Trying” (3:10) A3. “(Big) John Wayne Socks Psychology on the Jaw” (0:46) A4. “Chaos at the Greasy Spoon” (0:30) A5. “The Yes No Interlude” (7:02) […]

Hatfield and the North ‎– Hatfield and the North (1974)

Hatfield and the North is the first of two albums by the namesake Canterburian jazz-rock ensemble, released in 1974 on Virgin. Tracklist: A1. “The Stubbs Effect” (0:22) A2. “Big Jobs (Poo Poo Extract)” (0:36) A3. “Going Up to People and Tinkling” (2:25) A4. “Calyx” (2:45) A5. “Son of ‘There’s No Place Like Homerton’” (10:10) A6. […]

Caravan ‎– In the Land of Grey and Pink (1971)

In the Land of Grey and Pink is the third album by English symphonic/jazz-pop band Caravan, released in 1971 on Deram/London. Tracklist: A1. “Golf Girl” (5:00) A2. “Winter Wine” (7:35) A3. “Love to Love You (And Tonight Pigs Will Fly)” (3:03) A4. “In the Land of Grey and Pink” (4:59) B. “Nine Feet Underground” (22:40) […]

Camel

Camel are an English symphonic/jazz-rock band, active since the early 1970s. During their initial run, they issued an album apiece on MCA and Deram, followed by eight studio albums and a live double-disc on Decca between 1975 and 1984. Style-wise, Camel’s music veers between subdued vocal tracks and lengthy instrumentals. Their most popular and influential […]

Caravan

Caravan are an English rock band from Canterbury that released ten studio albums between 1968 and 1982. They debuted with Caravan, a jam-oriented psych release on the American jazz label Verve. On Decca/Deram, Caravan released five studio albums, including In the Land of Grey and Pink and For Girls Who Grow Plump in the Night. […]