Jul 11, 2012

Gnidrolog - Lady Lake (1972, 1995)

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GNIDROLOG are one of the more overlooked bands that took part in the progressive rock explosion in Britain around 1971-73. Intricate band, with an ecletic music that is very hard to categorize. Their music is a blend of blusy prog, with horn instruments, and intense vocals on top of it. They might appeal to GENTLE GIANT, JETHRO TULL and VDGG fans. Still, pick up "In Spite of Harry's Toenail" or better yet, their opus "Lady Lake", and prepare to be bowled over. After a long (27 years!), GNIDROLOG re-banded and made a new studio album, "Gnosis", in 2000.

1. I Could Never Be A Soldier
2. Ship
3. A dog With No Collar
4. Lady Lake
5. Same Dreams
6. Social Embarrassment

Stewart Goldring - lead guitar
Colin Goldring - rhythm guitar, vocals, recorder, tenor horn
Nigel Pegrum - percussion, flute, oboe
John Earle - soprano, tenor, baritone saxes, flute, lead vocal on track 6
Peter Cowling - bass guitar, cellos
Charlotte Fendrich - piano on track 5