The 2nd of May

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The 2nd of May
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Studio album by May Blitz
Released 1971
Recorded Air Studios, London
Genre Hard rock
Psychedelic rock
Blues rock
Progressive rock
Length 37:16
Label Vertigo
Producer John Anthony
May Blitz chronology
May Blitz
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2nd of May
(1971)

The 2nd of May is the second LP from British/Canadian trio May Blitz. It was released in 1971 following up their previous self-titled release. This was the first May Blitz album that wasn't self produced by the band. Instead, the band hired producer John Anthony.[1]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Hudson/Newman/Black except where noted

Side one
  1. For Mad Men Only - 4:15
  2. Snakes and Ladders - 4:40
  3. The 25th of December - 3:11
  4. In Part - 6:07
Side two
  1. 8 Mad Grim Nits - 4:30
  2. High Beech - 5:00
  3. Honey Coloured Time - 4:12
  4. Just Thinking - 6:17 (Black)

Personnel[edit]

  • Bass, vocals – R. Hudson
  • Drums, percussion – T. Newman
  • Guitar, twelve-string guitar, vocals – J. Black
  • Artwork – Tony Benyon
  • Photography – Chris Hopper
  • Producer – John Anthony
  • Engineer – Dave Harries

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