Stack Waddy - Bugger Off! - (1972 great uk heavy rock with outstanding vocals - Wave) MP3/Flac

Stack Waddy's second and final studio album Bugger Off. Originally released in 1972 John Peel favorites Stack Waddy were a raucous Rock 'N' Roll quartet from Manchester who were signed to the late DJ's Dandelion Records in the early '70s. This release also includes the 'lost' BBC Peel Session of 1972 as bonus tracks.
"John doesn't claim to sing, his voice acting more as an instrument than a method of conveying words... Mick produces the most incredible noises out of his old battered machine... Stuart's bass chews its way through a number, while his hair flies as he leaps about like a soul in everlasting torment... Steve provides a form of percussion of an alpine rockfall intensity..."

01 Rosalyn      
02 Willie the Pimp      
03 I'm Your Hoochie-Coochie Man      
04 It's All Over Now      
05 Several Yards      
06 You Really Got Me      
07 I'm a Lover Not a Fighter      
08 Meat Pies 'Ave Come But Band's Not 'Ere Yet      
09 It Ain't Easy      
10 Long Tall Shorty (Mainly)      
11 Repossession Boogie      
12 The Girl from Ipanema      
13 Mama Keep Your Big Mouth Shut   

John Knail - Vocals, Harmonica
Steve Revell - Drums
Mick Stott - Guitar
Stuart Banham - Bass