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singer, songwriter, comedian, author, poet, broadcaster and multi-instrumentalist

Old Four Eyes Is Back

1977

Philips 6308 290

SIDE ONE

1. Uncle Groper’s Song 5:16
2. Love Letters in the Snow 8:26
3. Is that the Moon? 2:54
4. The Soona Dog 3:15
5. Christmas 1951 5:45
6. P.S. God 3:41

SIDE TWO
1. Rag and Bone Rag 2:51
2. On a Sunday 4:05
3. The Rise and Fall of My Brother Jim 3:37
4. Banish Misfortune 1:38
5. Christmas 1914 4:53
6. Bill Sloyan’s Fancy/ Trip to the Cottage 2:00
7. Born Bad 4:27

 

 

• Digitally remastered and re-issued on CD 2011


Credits

  • Acoustic Bass – Mike Harding
  • Arranged By [Strings] – Vic Emerson
  • Art Direction – Sue Dubois
  • Artwork [Handwriting] – Mike (Kiss Me I Taste Of Custard) Harding
  • Autoharp – Mike Harding
  • Backing Vocals – Fiona Simpson, Penny Mountford
  • Banjo – Lenny Wesley, Mike Harding
  • Bass – John Stimpson, Pete Glennon
  • Bodhrán – Mike Harding
  • Bouzouki [Bazowki] – Mike Harding
  • Cover, Design – Sue Dubois
  • Drums – Dave Hassall, Tony Creswell
  • Electric Guitar – Mel Dean, Mike Harding
  • Engineer – Dave Kent Watson
  • Engineer [Live] – Neil Brewer (tracks: A1 to A6)
  • Fiddle – Hugh O’Donnell
  • Guitar – Mike Harding
  • Horns – Mike Pirton
  • Jew’s Harp – Mike Harding
  • Keyboards – Vic Emerson
  • Mandolin – Mike Harding
  • Melodeon – Mike Harding
  • Pedal Steel Guitar – Pete Heywood
  • Photography By – Gerard Mankovitz
  • Producer – Old Four Eyes
  • Synthesizer – Vic Emerson
  • Violin – Norman George
  • Written-By, Arranged By, Producer – Mike Harding

 

Side A was recorded live at the Alhambra, Bradford by Moonraker Mobile, and remixed at Indigo Studios.
Side B was recorded at Indigo Studios

 

Recorded at Alhambra Bradford & Indigo Studios
Remixed at Indigo Studios
Published by Francis, Day & Hunter
Recorded by Moonraker Mobile
Record Company – Phonogram Ltd.
Printed by  Clout & Baker Ltd.
Pressed by Phonodisc Ltd.