Friendliness

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Friendliness
Friendlinesscover.jpg
Studio album by Stackridge
Released November 1972 (UK)
Recorded August 1972
Genre Progressive rock, folk rock
Length 41:30
Label MCA Records
Demon Records (CD re-issue)
Angel Air (CD re-issue)
Producer Stackridge, Victor Gamm
Stackridge chronology
Stackridge
(1971)
Friendliness
(1972)
The Man in the Bowler Hat
(1974)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Friendliness is the second album by the British rock group Stackridge. The album was produced by Stackridge and Victor Gamm at Sound Techniques, London. This was the only Stackridge album to be released on the MCA Records label both in the UK and the USA.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Lummy Days" (Davis) 3:22
  2. "Friendliness (Part 1)" (Warren) 2:29
  3. "Anyone for Tennis" (Warren) 2:32
  4. "There is No Refuge" (Warren) 3:24
  5. "Syracuse The Elephant" (Walter, Davis) 8:46
  6. "Amazingly Agnes" (Warren) 3:30
  7. "Father Frankenstein is Behind Your Pillow" (Warren) 3:35
  8. "Keep On Clucking" (Walter, Davis) 4:03
  9. "Story of My Heart" (Slater) 2:03
  10. "Friendliness (Part 2)" (Warren) 1:55
  11. "Teatime" (Walter, Davis) 5:51

Bonus Tracks from the 2006 re-issue on Angel Air.

  1. "Everyman" (Davis, Warren) 4:27 (b-side)
  2. "Purple Spaceships Over Yatton" (Walter, Davis) 6:39 (b-side)
  3. "C'est La Vie" (Warren, Davis) 3:21 (b-side)
  4. "Do The Stanley" (Wabadaw, Sleeve) 2:54 (single)

Personnel[edit]

  • Andy Cresswell-Davis - guitar, vocals, keyboards
  • James Warren - guitar, vocals
  • Michael 'Mutter' Slater- flute, vocals, piano
  • Michael Evans - violin, vocals
  • Jim "Crun" Walter - bass
  • Billy "Sparkle" Bent - drums

References[edit]