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|Head Hands & Feet|
Genres: Pop, Rock
Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this 1971 album from the British band led by Albert Lee including two bonus tracks. Tracks was the second album from Heads Hands and Feet which also featured Chas Hodges (of Cha... more »
Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this 1971 album from the British band led by Albert Lee including two bonus tracks. Tracks was the second album from Heads Hands and Feet which also featured Chas Hodges (of Chas & Dave fame) on bass, guitar, banjo and fiddle. Other musicians included Pete Gavin (drums), Tony Colton (vocals) and Ray Smith (guitar, bass). This reissue includes their signature song, the single 'Warming Up The Band' as one of the two bonus tracks. Cherry Red. 2009.
A wonderful LP, full of talented musical work!
Bud Anderson (firstname.lastname@example.org) | Greenville, South Carolina | 11/03/1998
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Probably the best HH&F release. Opening track "Let's Get This Show On The Road" ROCKS! Albert Lee can play that Telecaster. In addition to the rockers, the ballads are very nice and beautifully sung by Tony Colton. Other songs worth mentioning: "Hot Property", "Dancer", & "Jack Daniels Old No. 7". Heads, Hands & Feet represents some of the finest in mid 70's British rock. Too bad this band didn't do more!"
An impressive follow-up to their first Capitol release!
email@example.com | Anchorage, Alaska | 10/15/1998
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Perhaps more polished than their self-titled first Capitol release, slightly less inspirational, but still first rate. Let's Get This Show On the Road is a great kick-off tune. Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 Tennessee Sour Mash Whiskey - a country tune for the ages. The CD contains an extra cut not on the original album. Head Hands and Feet contain much of Albert Lee's finest work and must not be missed if you are a Telecaster fiend or a Lee fan."
A Band That Really Cooked!
Philip M Evans | Milton Keynes, Bucks United Kingdom | 10/07/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I only ever saw Head Hands and Feet Live once at a pub in North London back in 1970; Chas Hodges and Albert Lee stood out then as they do today and both contributed to this terrific Album. From a really upbeat start with "lets get this show on the Road" to the whisky swilling hiccups in "Jack Daniels old No. 7 to the wistful acoustic "Rhyme and Time". Great variety, superb musicianship and I MUST get this on CD!!"