WR 854675 (vinyl)
Wurzel TC WR 854675 (cassette)
first Wurzels album following their departure from EMI,
was released on the bands own Wurzel Records
label. The content is a mix of new material, songs previously
issued as singles in the early 1980s, as a couple new
versions of two favourites from the Adge Cutler days
- All Over Mendip and I Wish
I Was Back On The Farm. It is interesting to
note that the album has four separate producers credited,
which would suggest that this album gathers together
recordings from various sessions. Also, although John
Morgan has joined the band in 1981, there is no mention
of him on the credits (nor indeed of any other drummer).
(piano, organ, accordion, vocals),
Baylis (bass, bass guitar, sousaphone
and vocals) and Pete Budd (banjo,
guitar and vocals).
Lee Sheridan (tracks 1.1, 1.4, 1.5, 1.7, 2.2, 2.3),
Richard De Sylva (tracks 1.2, 1.6, 2.1, 2.5), R. Greenaway/G.
Stephens (tracks 1.3, 2.4) and Ed Welch (2.6)
- Wurzel Rap (Sheridan)
- Shovel It Here (Baylis)
- If You Got Nothin' On Tonight (Stephens, Greenaway)
- Wurzels In Stereo (Fearn)
- Manooer (Newman, Osbourne)
- All Over Mendip (Cutler)
- Forget Me Not (Van Dyke)
- I Wish I Was Back On The Farm (MacDougal)
- Wurzel In Love (Sheridan)
- Super Rooster (Sheridan)
- Little Drop Of Home Made Wine (Evans, Owen)
- Little Darlin' (Williams)
- I Hate J.R. (Welch)
Rap c/w Wurzels in Stereo was released in 1983
on the Goldliner label. Not sure if this released
was tied in the the album release or not.
singles included on the album were the 1980 single I
Hate JR, If
You Got Nothin' On Tonight and its b-side Little
Drop Of Home Made Wine released later the same
year, and Shovel It Here (the b-side to the
1982 single Coughin'
Song). All of these had been released on John Miles'
of LP cover
of the back of the LP cover
1 of the album
2 of the album