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PIG RIDER

  • 01. Concert On The Coast
    02. Shine On
    03. Waltz Of The Homicidal Cabbage
    04. Lonely Loss Adjuster Blues
    05. Which Way To The Exit?
    06. Wombat
    07. South Coast Express
    08. Pus In Our Time
    09. World's Greatest Lover
    10. Blue Hair And Carrots
    11. Ode To An Aardvark
    12. Have You Seen Your Neighbour In The Bath?
    13. Paeolithic Transport Blues
    14. Be Glad For The Song Has An Ending
    15. Pittsburgh Woman Blues
    16. Interdrive Overstella
    17. Big Joe''
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    PIG RIDER

    Bloody Turkey Sandwiches

    [engl] Bloody Turkey Sandwiches'''' is another ultra- rarity by British psychedelic folk band Pig Rider: only six copies were originally privately pressed by custom label Deroy in 1974. The music here is much in the same vein as their famous ''''Heterophonies'''' album but even more crazed. Some of the tracks bring to mind the more experimental side of Olivia Tremor Control / Black Swan Network or even They Might Be giants ?but only 20 years before those bands existed! Electric acid folk with stoned homemade atmosphere, lo- fi sound, bizarre & funny lyrics, effects, backward bits, surreal humour, psychedelic skiffle and old- timey music hall parodies, brilliant folk- rock- pop and titles like ''''Interdrive Overstella'''', ''''Be Glad For The Song Has An Ending'''', ''''Pus In Our Time'''' and ''''Have you seen your neighbour in the bath''''. Recommended if you like: Incredible String Band, Bonzo Dog Band, Syd Barrett, R. Stevie Moore?
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    EAN 4040824085353
     
  • 01. Beyond The Pail
    02. The Insect Song
    03. Dracula
    04. Old John Braddleham
    05. Ayleen May
    06. A Tribute To Glenn Miller
    07. Sheepstealer
    08. Head Bashing Song
    09. Being Menaced By A Dinosaur
    10. Busted Bedspring Country Honk
    11. Something Very Nasty
    12. Kropotkin's Lament
    13. The Solicitor's Lay
    14. Abbot Wulfrig's Rotunda
    15. Dirt City 'Live'
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    PIG RIDER

    Heterophonies

    [engl] Although nearly 60 people have played in Pig Rider or its various offshoots over the years, there have only been two ever- present members, Colin Kitchener and John Mayes, who founded the band at Sevenoaks School in Kent, England in the late 60s. They met when they were 12, and not long after began haunting the music rooms at the school to hammer out current three- chord pop songs on pianos. After a number of other names (including D Jabferg Flossyakkit and Bob Scratch and his Country and South Eastern Spring Blues Band) they settled on 'The Pig Rider Robinson Heterophony' to perform under. After an attempt to build a seven- foot robot bassist called Peregrine Robinson to front the band failed the name was finally abbreviated to its current form. Pig Rider's music has been described as ''joke folk / mock rock'' and although they claim that their minds were only altered by lot of beer drinking, there's a real psychedelic element to it. Also, they should be regarded as pioneers of the DIY movement which would came a few years later. They recorded at home with rudimentary equipment, they used handmade modified instruments (''orgasmatron'', ''banjelele'', ''torture machine'', ''aquaphone'', ''swanee bicycle pump''?) and they self- released a series of acetate only albums housed in primitive, handmade sleeves. ''Heterophonies'' was originally pressed by the custom label Deroy as a private edition of five acetates in 1975. The music is an amazing mix of psychedelic electric folk, acid folk and twisted pop with funny / bizarre lyrics, tape experimentation, effects and homemade / stoned atmosphere.
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    LP
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    EAN 4040824085360
     
  • 01. Beyond The Pail
    02. The Insect Song
    03. Dracula
    04. Old John Braddleham
    05. Ayleen May
    06. A Tribute To Glenn Miller
    07. Sheepstealer
    08. Head Bashing Song
    09. Being Menaced By A Dinosaur
    10. Busted Bedspring Country Honk
    11. Something Very Nasty
    12. Kropotkin's Lament
    13. The Solicitor's Lay
    14. Abbot Wulfrig's Rotunda
    15. Dirt City 'Live'
    16. Concert On The Coast
    17. Shine On
    18. Waltz Of The Homicidal Cabbage
    19. Lonely Loss Adjuster Blues
    20. Which Way To The Exit?
    21. Wombat
    22. South Coast Express
    23. Pus In Our Time
    24. World's Greatest Lover
    25. Blue Hair And Carrots
    26. Ode To An Aardvark
    27. Have You Seen Your Neighbour In The Bath?
    28. Paeolithic Transport Blues
    29. Be Glad For The Song Has An Ending
    30. Pittsburgh Woman Blues
    31. Interdrive Overstella
    32. Big Joe
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    PIG RIDER

    Heterophonies with bloody turkey sandwiches

    [engl] Although nearly 60 people have played in Pig Rider or its various offshoots over the years, there have only been two ever- present members, Colin Kitchener and John Mayes, who founded the band at Sevenoaks School in Kent, England in the late 60s. They met when they were 12, and not long after began haunting the music rooms at the school to hammer out current three- chord pop songs on pianos. After a number of other names (including D Jabferg Flossyakkit and Bob Scratch and his Country and South Eastern Spring Blues Band) they settled on 'The Pig Rider Robinson Heterophony' to perform under. After an attempt to build a seven- foot robot bassist called Peregrine Robinson to front the band failed the name was finally abbreviated to its current form. Pig Rider's music has been described as ''joke folk / mock rock'' and although they claim that their minds were only altered by lot of beer drinking, there's a real psychedelic element to it. Also, they should be regarded as pioneers of the DIY movement which would came a few years later. They recorded at home with rudimentary equipment, they used handmade modified instruments (''orgasmatron'', ''banjelele'', ''torture machine'', ''aquaphone'', ''swanee bicycle pump''?) and they self- released a series of acetate only albums housed in primitive, handmade sleeves. ''Heterophonies'' was originally pressed by the custom label Deroy as a private edition of five acetates in 1975. The music is an amazing mix of psychedelic electric folk, acid folk and twisted pop with funny / bizarre lyrics, tape experimentation, effects and homemade / stoned atmosphere.
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    EAN 4040824085377
     
  • 1. The Incredible Stan (1982)
    2. Ralph The Poisoned Ferret(1983)
    3. Edwin Threlfall, Man Of Many Parts (1981)
    4. Can't Stand People (1981)
    5. Mabel's Undercover Lover (1983)
    6. Life On Brighton Pier (1981)
    7. Mabel Incurs A Four Point Penalty (1982)
    8. The Slough Tobacconist's Blues (1981)
    9. I Want To Make A Million (1986)
    10. Glory, Glory Halitosis (1983)
    11. Give Your Lunch To A Lemming (1981)
    12. Elephants Over Dingo Rock (It Must Be Love) (1982)
    13. I Wanna Play With You (1981)
    14. Just Can't Dance (1983)
    15. Thanks For The Home Run, Elijah (1982)
    16. Alight With Prowling Hamburgers (1981)
    17. McStoat (1981)
    18. Not A Love Song (1983)
    19. Pervert (1985)
    20. Luton Beds (1982)
    21. The Parting (1980)
    22. The Fish Fetishist (1981)
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    PIG RIDER

    The Robinson Scratch Theory

    [engl] Bedroom / lo- fi psychedelia by these unsung heroes from the 80s DIY cassette culture scene. From outsider synth- pop to Barrett- esque lysergic folk, from lo- fi garage- punk to basement prog: acid- fuzz guitars, cheap keyboards, primitive electronics, homemade vibe and bizarre, funny lyrics. Pig Rider were formed in Kent, UK, in the late 60s by John Mayes and Colin Kitchener. With the help from some friends they recorded and self- released a series of acetate only psych- folk albums in the mid- 70s (''Heterophonies'', ''Bloody Turkey Sandwiches''?) which are prime examples of early DIY psychedelic music, highly sought- after since a review of ''Heterophonies'' appeared on the Galactic Ramble book. In 2013, collector Alexandre Mansuy (from the influential ''Somewhere There Is Music'' blog), having only listened to their ''Heterophonies'' album, found John and Colin and was astonished when they told him their story: ''Heterophonies'' was only one of their many, many great recordings, 22 in all, including 45s, acetates and tapes. Those included complete, and to date unperformed, opera for schools, a song- cycle about Luton, a town they knew nothing about; songs designed to be played backwards, songs which are slightly offensive and others which are too offensive to play at all, anywhere, ever.
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    EAN 4040824085254
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    DoLP
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    EAN 4040824085247