Steve Gibbons - vocals
Dave Carroll - guitar, lap steel, violin, b.vocals
Trevor Burton - bass, guitar, b.vocals
Bob Wilson - guitar, keyboards, b.vocals
Bob Lamb - drums, percussion
am not sure of the excact year of this release, but I suppose it is 1980.
A2,A7 - 1978
B1,B2,B4 - 1978
A4,A5 - 1977
B3,B5,B6 - 1977
A3,A6 - 1976
Sometimes he looks like Wyatt Earp, sometimes like
Lew Archer. He's got an accent that sounds like it grew up in Memphis,
Tennessee. As a writer he's the missink link between Chuch
Berry, Bob Dylan, Mickey
Spillane. As a singer he's second to none. He might just be the
best thing the English rock scene has to offer right now.
Most of the songs on this special compilation have
been culled from the group's four Polydor albums. "Natural
and "Jimmy Cool"
first appeared on "Any Road Up"
(2383 381). "Till The Fire Burns Out",
Chuck Berry's "Tulane"
and the narrative "Mr. Jones" all
come from "Rollin' On" (2383
433). From the live album "Caught In The
Act" (2478 112) we get "He Gave
His Life To Rock 'n' Roll" and a great version of Gene Vincent's
"Git It". "Down
In The Bunker" (2383 502) is the group's most successful
album yet and four tracks here were taken from it - "Eddy
Vortex", "No Spitting On The Bus",
"Grace" and the title
track. "Little Suzie" was
recorded at the sessions for "Down In The
Bunker" but wasn't used for the actual record. Instead
it appeared as the flipside of the "Eddy Vortex"
single. "Get Up And Dance" is the
(An extract from the cover)