Complete your Edwards Hand collection. Stranded (Acetate, LP, Album). Stranded (LP, Album).
EDWARDS HAND - Stranded (1970). Rockliquias youtuber. Formación John Wetton: bajo Clem Cattini: batería James Litherland: guitarra Roger Hand: voz, guitarra Rod Edwards: voz, teclados.
Edwards Hand (formerly known as Picadilly Line) was a musical group formed by Welshman Rod Edwards (keyboards and vocals) and Englishman Roger Hand (acoustic guitar and vocals). After a 1968 album released under their former name, in 1969 Edwards Hand released an eponymous album produced by George Martin who, taking a break from working on The Beatles' White Album, described their music as "exceptional"
The group's highly collectible eponymous debut was produced by George Martin, who worked with very few pop acts outside of the Beatles. Stranded (1970) and Rainshine (1973) were also produced by Martin. Tracks: - 1. US Flag - 4:51 2. Sheriff Myras Lincola - 6:01 3. Revolution's Death Man! - 4:04 4. Encounter - 2:39 5. Hello America - 2:37 6. Stranded - 7:07 7. Winter - 1:40 8. Death of a Man - 12:11 i. Die When You Must Die ii
1. (00:04:48) Edwards Hand - US Flag. 2. (00:05:57) Edwards Hand - Sheriff Myras Lincoln. 3. (00:04:01) Edwards Hand - Revolution's Death Man. 4. (00:02:40) Edwards Hand - Encounter. 5. (00:02:32) Edwards Hand - Hello America.
The album is comprised of evocative and intelligent Progressive Pop songs immaculately produced featuring Edward's and Hand's distinctive harmonies to the fore. The second half of the album is effectively a concept of alienation and isolation, covered in the seven minute title track and the twelve minute epic 'Death of a Ma. which includes an incredible "orchestra dueling-with-moogs" mid section followed by a beautifully majestic and Beatles like coda. Edwards Hand, Stranded. Used drive : TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-224DB Adapter: 1 ID: 0. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No.
Edwards Hand 1970 Stranded. Edwards Hand were the first group that George Martin arranged and produced after The Beatles. This is the band's second album and was originally released in 1970. It features some stunning string arrangements by George Martin from the first sessions to be mixed at his then new Air Studios. The cover art is a controversial caricature of a US Sheriff by "Revolver" Beatles artist, friend Klaus Voorman. This artwork was banned by the US label and was subsequently replaced with different artwork on the original US pressing of the album. It is re-instated on this release
Sheriff Myras Lincoln, 06:00. Revolution's Death Man, 04:05. Hello America, 02:34.
|2||Sheriff Myras Lincoln||5:56|
|3||Revolution's Death Man!||4:01|
|8||Death Of A Man: Die When You Must Die / The Strife Is O'er The Battle Done / He Is Gone / This May Sound Strange / The Sentence Is Life||12:12|
|SF 8154||Edwards Hand||Stranded (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||SF 8154||UK||1970|
|P8S-1651||Edwards Hand||Stranded (8-Trk)||RCA, RCA Victor||P8S-1651||US||1970|
|LSP 4452||Edwards Hand||Stranded (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||LSP 4452||Germany||1970|
|POCE 1219||Edwards Hand||Stranded (CD, Album, RE, RM, Pap)||Strange Days Records||POCE 1219||Japan||2007|
|SF 8154||Edwards Hand||Stranded (Acetate, LP, Album)||RCA Victor||SF 8154||US||1970|