Grimms combines pop music and poetry, recorded at St. George's Hall, Liverpool, and the Central Polytechnic, London, England. Interruption at the Opera House (Part 1)" (Brian Patten), "Small Bird Theme" (Zoot Money). Three Times Corner" (Zoot Money). Sex Maniac" (John Gorman, Roger McGough). Galactic Love Poem" (Adrian Henri). Chairman Shankly" (Adrian Henri). Italian Job" (John Gorman, Michael McGear). Albatross Ramble" (Brian Patten).
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Live album by Grimms. Grimms combines pop music and poetry, recorded at St. Side One. Side Two. 2 Personnel.
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As a result, this live album (recorded on a 1972 tour of . colleges) is impossibly fractured, a peculiar mix of blues-rock boogie, surreal comedy sketches, and straightforward lyric poetry. In particular, Money's two showcases, "Three Times Corner" and "Following You," are fairly standard-issue pub rock, although the latter does feature an energetic lead acoustic guitar line and an impressively impassioned vocal.
Album infobox Name Grimms Type Live album Artist Grimms. Grimms" combines pop music and poetry, recorded at St.
CreditsMichael Giles - Drums
John Gorman - Vocals
Grimms - Primary Artist
Adrian Henri - Vocals
Neil Innes - Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Mike McGear - Vocals
Roger McGough - Vocals
John Megginson - Bass, Keyboards, Vocals
Zoot Money - Keyboards
Brian Patten - Vocals