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The Wurzels and Adge Cutler Discography

Scrumpy & Western EP
Adge Cutler & The Wurzels

Columbia SEG8525

Release Date: February 1967

Side 1

  1. Pill, Pill (Cutler)
  2. Hark At Ee Jacko (Cutler)

Side 2

  1. Twice Daily (Cutler)
  2. Drink Up Thy Cider (Cutler)

Producer: Bob Barratt
Engineer: Geoff Emerick

The only EP issued by Adge Cutler & The Wurzels - and the one that gave its name to the Scrumpy & Western genre of music.

This release was issued hurriedly to satisfy demand for more material following the success of the first single, Drink Up Thy Cider - both sides of which are included as Side 2 on the EP. All four cuts were recorded at the first Royal Oak session and included in the Adge Cutler & The Wurzels album.

We have no release date for this EP, but the copyright year of 1967 on the two new tracks would suggest that it was released in early 1967, probably after Drink Up Thy Cider had charted (February).

Scrumpy & Western EP

Front sleeve artwork

Scrumpy & Western EP

a-side of EP disc

Scrumpy & Western EP

b-side of EP disc

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