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Colonel Bagshot - Oh! What a Lovely War album mp3

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Colonel Bagshot - Oh! What a Lovely War album mp3
Psychedelic/Garage
  • Performer:
    Colonel Bagshot
  • Title:
    Oh! What a Lovely War
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Psychedelic/Garage
  • Date of release:
    1971
  • Size FLAC version
    1170 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1329 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1159 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.4
  • Votes:
    246
  • Formats:
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Album: Colonel Bagshot, 2013. Colonel Bagshot - Oh! What A Lovely War 1971 (UK, Progressive, Psychedelic Rock). The only album of the band from Liverpool, alas, remaining in the shadows of obscurity. Although in England the group managed to release some of its singles, the album was never released in their homeland. Music recording was carried out in London, but the album was released in the United States and Italy, due, respectively, to the efforts of companies "Cadet Concept" and "Music Record".

Oh! What a Lovely War. Colonel Bagshot. Oh! What a Lovely War Tracklist. 1. Six Day War Lyrics.

Album by Colonel Bagshot. Six Day War. Lay It Down. Lord High Human Being. That's What I'd Like to Know.

Tracklist: 1. Six Day War, 2. Lay It Down, 3. Lord High Human Being, 4. Headhunters, 5. I’ve Seen The Light, 6. Dirty Delilah Blues, 7. Sometimes, 8. That’s What I’d Like To Know, 9. Smile, 10. Tightrope Tamer, 11. Oh! What A Lovely Wa. 3.

Colonel Bagshot - was a British rock band formed in late '60s in Liverpool, England. Originally called 'Colonel Bagshot's Incredible Bucket Band" were initially 6-piece, eventually becoming a four-piece. The band released few singles and one album "Oh What a Lovely War" in 1971 which included their best known song "Six Days War" later remixed by DJ Shadow, called Six Days. After 30 years, with Shadow sampling from Six Days War and featurings in movies take the album from it's dusty shelfs and introduced us one of the best rock albums in history. Recorded at Majestic Studios, London, England.

What A Lovely Wa. av. Peak level 10. % Extraction speed . X Range quality 10. % Test CRC 0C232714 Copy CRC 0C232714 Copy OK. No errors occurred. What A Lovely War. s entitled to such a puzzling irony, the British band’s debut LP Colonel Bagshot does not rocked the Billboard list of the very rich musically 1971. What’s more, in their own country no one even thought about release their album. Debut took place only in the United States.

Credits

Colonel Bagshot - Primary Artist
Dave Dover - Bass, Keyboards, Vocals
Brian Farrell - Guitar, Vocals
Martin Hall - Producer
Terry McCusker - Drums, Vocals
Kenny Parry - Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Roger Wilkinson - Engineer