The Luvvers - The House On The Hill album flac
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|A||The House On The Hill
Written-By – Manfred Mann , Mike Hugg
Written-By – Bell*, Wendez*, Wright*
- Producer – Mark London
|R 5459||The Luvvers||The House On The Hill / Most Unlovely (7", Single)||Parlophone||R 5459||UK||1966|
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The House on the Hill is the third album by the British art rock band Audience, released in 1971. At about the same time, a single, "Indian Summer", reached number 74 on the Billboard Hot 100;. The North American version of the album on Elektra Records added "Indian Summer" as the opening track, along with "It Brings A Tear" which had already appeared on the UK album Friend's Friend's Friend. The Elektra LP dropped the song "Eye To Eye".
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The House is shut and still, There is nothing more to say. Through broken walls and gray. The winds blow bleak and shrill: They are all gone away. Nor is there one to-day. There is ruin and decay. In the House on the Hill: They are all gone away, There is nothing more to say.
The Luvvers was a Scottish rock group. They are best known as the backing group to Lulu on her debut chart single, "Shout" (1964). They subsequently had a low-key career of their own before disbanding in March 1966. After the group recorded their first album Something To Shout About, Mullin was replaced by Henry Wright from the Blues Council, and they continued to tour the UK, Ireland and mainland Europe. Two package tours followed, one with the Honeycombs and Gene Vincent, and another one with Gene Pitney with the Rockin' Berries. They were compèred by the then unknown duo of Syd Little and Eddie Large. They recorded a single, "The House On the Hill"/"Most Unlovely", for the Parlophone label in 1966.
The House on the Hill is Audience's strongest effort, made up of simple, elegantly arranged songs, focusing around Howard Werth's "electric classical" guitar and Keith Gemmel's tenor sax and clarinet. Jackdaw" has Werth showing off his vocal range by hollering out the chorus in full force. Raviole" is an instrumental piece painted with lovely acoustic guitar and is one of the real gems on the album
The Luvvers were a Scottish rock group.
This is the album one should start with and work backwards. I can't be sure of this but on the back cover, it looks as though, it is Hugh Hopper of Soft Machine being dragged out of the house. Jump on this and its predecessor. Well worth the hunt (From Progarchives. Studio Album, released in 1971. Songs, Tracks Listing. 1. Jackdaw (7:28) 2. You're Not Smiling (5:12) 3. I Had a Dream (4:17) 4. Raviole (3:38) 5. Nancy (4:14) 6. Eye to Eye (2:30) 7. I Put a Spell.