Hats Off (Roy Harper album)

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Hats Off
Hats Off Roy Harper album.jpg
Compilation album by Roy Harper
Released 2001
Recorded England
Genre Rock
Length 71:54
Label Capitol / The Right Stuff 72435-27640-2-0
Producer Roy Harper
Roy Harper chronology
Song Of The Ages
(1997)Song Of The Ages1997
Hats Off
East Of The Sun
(2001)East Of The Sun2001
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Hats Off is a 2001 compilation album by Roy Harper featuring 14 of Harper's own songs "...accompanied by some of rock's most legendary performers." (From rear album cover).


The album spans 28 years of Harper's recorded output and features a number of guest musicians, including; Jimmy Page, David Bedford, Keith Moon, Ronnie Lane, David Gilmour and Kate Bush.

The album's title refers to the tributary song "Hats Off to (Roy) Harper" by Led Zeppelin, found on their third album, Led Zeppelin III. Several of the songs have been edited from their original length in order to fit them onto one CD.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks credited to Roy Harper

  1. "Death Or Glory?" – 5:05 (from Death or Glory?)
  2. "Commune" – 4:35 (from Valentine)
  3. "Me And My Woman" (Edit) – 3:52 (from Stormcock)
  4. "Male Chauvinist Pig Blues" – 3:33 (from Valentine)
  5. "Highway Blues" – 6:32 (from Lifemask)
  6. "You" – 4:34 (from The Unknown Soldier)
  7. "Nineteen Forty-Eightish" (Edit) – 5:27 (from Whatever Happened to Jugula?)
  8. "Another Day" (Live) – 3:58 (from Flashes from the Archives of Oblivion)
  9. "Don't You Grieve" – 2:34 (from Flat Baroque and Berserk)
  10. "Ten Years Ago" – 3:21 (from Commercial Breaks)
  11. "These Fifty Years" (Edit) – 6:34 (from The Dream Society)
  12. "One Of Those Days In England (Part 1)" – 3:25 (from Bullinamingvase)
  13. "The Same Old Rock" (Edit) – 11:37 (from Stormcock)
  14. "The Game" (Edit) – 6:55 (from HQ)


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