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Sunday, June 14, 2009

String Driven Thing : Keep Yer ' And On It 1975


One of the finest bands signed to the Charisma label during its early-'70s heyday , Scotland's String Driven Thing originally formed as a trio in 1969 , led by the husband-and-wife team of Chris and Pauline Adams , plus percussionist John Mannion . Locally popular at the tail end of the 1960s , the band faded from view shortly after releasing a self-titled debut album in 1970 . They continued playing , however , with the lineup expanding to include bassist Colin Wilson .


INFORMATIONS

Side One

1. Starving In The Tropics
2. Call Out For Mercy
3. Chains
4. Things We Said Today

Side Two

1. But I Do
2. Old Friends
3. Way Of A Woman
4. Part Of It
5. Stand Back In Amazement

Line-up / Musicians

Grahame Smith : violin, viola
Kim Beacon : vocals
James Exell : bass, high vocals
Colin Fairly : drums, percussion, low vocals
Alun Roberts : guitar, banjo, bass vocals

with
Peter Wood : piano
Cuddly Juddley : Harmonica

Size 90 MB
Format : Vinyl LP
Label : 20th Century - Charisma Records
Made in Los Angeles , USA
Year 1975
Bitrate : 320

NOT AVAILABLE ON CD

Take it HERE

Or  HERE

8 comments:

  1. Great blog!! Awesome SDT share!! Thank you!

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  2. Just one word: GREAT!!!
    your blog as well as the music you present.

    and thank you for String Driven Thing,too.

    may your day be sunny: Bill.Bo

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  3. Thanks for this and your blog. By any chance do you have String Driven Thing - Please Mind Your Head (1974)? Thanks! Mike

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  4. To Mike:I don't have String D Thing (Please mind...),but I have thier album(The Machine That Cried)

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  5. Hola desde España.
    Muchisimas gracias por este disco. Aqui teneís (Mike And Kostas un regalo:

    Hello from Spain.
    Thanks so much for this album
    Here you have (Mike and Kostas) a gift:

    https://rapidshare.com/files/2180579397/STRING_DRIVEN_THING_-_Please_Mind_Your_Head_-_1974.rar

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  6. To the anonymous from Spain : Thank you very much for the Link.

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  7. It was a pleasure, fron Spain
    Regards
    Ed

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