Aug 23, 2013

Re-upload by request: Fat Mattress - ST (1969)

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Tapestry of Delights:
This band burst onto the scene with considerable publicity in 1968 on account of Noel Redding being the bassist with The Jimi Hendrix Experience. Landon was a former session singer and also one of The Flowerpot Men. His extensive vocal range gave the band's music much of its flavour. They issued three singles which met with no success in the UK, although Magic Lanterns was a No. 1 hit in Holland and their druggy music featured in these singles and on album tracks like Mr. Moonshine may be of interest to readers.
Noel Redding left the band half way through the second album to go to the States to front a US/UK band called Road. He later formed the Noel Redding Band in 1975. Redding's departure meant disintegration for the band. Leverton joined Juicy Lucy and later became a member of Savoy Brown's Boogie Brother's with Eric Dillon.
1. All Night Drinker
2. I Don't Mind
3. Bright New Day
4. Petrol Pump Assistant
5. Mr. Moonshine
6. Magic Forest
7. She Came In The Morning
8. Everything Blue
9. Walking Through A Garden
10. How Can I Live
Previously unissued:
11. Little Girl In White
12. Margarita
13. Which Way To Go
14. Future Days
15. Cold Wall Of Stone

Neil Landon - vocals, production
Noel Redding - guitar, vocals, production
Jimmy Leverton - bass, harpsichord, organ, vocals, production
Eric Dillon - drums, tuned percussion, production
Mitch Mitchell - drums, percussion on "How Can I Live"
Chris Wood - flute on "All Night Drinker"
Jimi Hendrix - percussion on "How Can I Live"



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Anonymous said...

Thanks hanalex to post this awesome album, please could you post the second album "Fat Mattress II" with bonus tracks. Thanks,

hanalex said...


Thank you for the invitation...

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