Nov 19, 2013

Re-upload by request: Heads, Hands & Feet - Old Soldiers Never Die (1973)

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Biography by Steven McDonald:
Following the dissolution of Poet and the One Man Band, Albert Lee (guitar), Pete Gavin (drums), Tony Colton (vocals) and Ray Smith (guitar) got together with Chas Hodges (bass, violin, vocals) and Mike O'Neill (keyboards) to form the country-influenced Heads, Hands and Feet and recorded a double album that had a great deal in common with the work of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and the Grateful Dead at that time. Their self-titled debut album, populated with guests from the folk and singer-songwriter scenes, was released as a double record in the U.S., but only as a single album in Europe. The record was very well regarded, with Lee's guitar work garnering attention.  Read more
1. Jack Of All Trades
2. Meal Ticket
3. I Won't Let You Down
4. Soft Word Sunday Morning
5. One Woman
6. Just Another Ambush
7. Stripes
8. Taking My Music To The Man
9. Another Useless Day

Albert Lee - vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, mandolin, keyboards, background vocals
Ray Smith - vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar
Charles "Chas" Hodges - vocals, guitar, electric guitar, violin, fiddle, bass guitar, background vocals
Pete Gavin - vocals, drums, percussion
Tony Colton - vocals



meanunclek said...

Thanks very much for re-uploading this.

Timmy said...

Great! Thanx...........

Anonymous said...

Hi hanalex, please could reupload this post again.

hanalex said...


Link updated, but the next time read here please