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Hatfield And The North - The Dream Of Birmingham (CD)

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  1. Mother's Club, Birmingham, England ; Submit Corrections Album Moods. Cerebral Eccentric Fiery Trippy Atmospheric Complex Hypnotic Irreverent Literate Quirky Witty. Album Themes. Imagination Late Night Maverick. Soft Machine Third. Add to Custom List. Add to My Collection. Hatfield and the North .
  2. Dec 13,  · The author of the booklet also likens one track to the British group Hatfield and the North. The track is only 30 seconds long, so I don't know the point of that reference. My guess is that the author just wanted to mention Hatfield and the North. Hatfield and the North is a progressive rock band coming out of the Cantebury scene/5(22).
  3. Canterbury Scene is a progressive rock music sub-genre. Top Canterbury Scene artists: Caravan, Gong, The Soft Machine, Robert Wyatt, Hatfield And The North, Steve Hillage, National Health, Egg, Supersister, Khan, Kevin Ayers, Picchio Dal Pozzo, Matching Mole, Cos, Gilgamesh, and more. Definition of the genre, Top Canterbury Scene (Progressive Rock) albums, Download (Stream) Free Canterbury.
  4. Hatfield & The North. One of the best elements of Canterbury was a sense of fun and an attempt to blend Jazz, Rock and humour into a giddy mix of spliffy joy, and the Hatfield lads had this in bucket-loads. This, their first album, was a bitter rougher round the edges than the sublime "Rotters Club" (should I dock it one star??/5(50).
  5. Hatfield and the North discography and songs: Music profile for Hatfield and the North, formed Genres: Canterbury Scene, Jazz-Rock, Progressive Rock. Albums include The Rotters' Club, Hatfield and the North, and Hatwise Choice.
  6. The music on this debut by Hatfield and the North is arranged in a large suite comprised of 15 parts, which includes lengthy instrumental sections interspersed with a vocalese by Robert Wyatt, excellent singing by the Northettes, and of course proper vocals by Richard Sinclair/5(61).
  7. Product Information Recorded for Virgin Records in , Hatfield and the North was the eponymous debut album by the band comprising former Caravan member Richard Sinclair, keyboard player Dave Stewart, guitarist Phil Miller and drummer Pip Pyle.5/5(1).
  8. Mar 22,  · I love Hatfield & The North, National Health, and Egg, but never could get into Henry Cow. My favorite album from any of these ‘Canterbury’ bands is Hatfield & The North’s self-titled album. I always thought this was Richard Sinclair’s shining moment.

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