Primer álbum del grupo hard–progresivo neozelandés, editado en 1971.
Reedición a todo lujo con portada en bolsa de plástico como el original, funda interior impresa e insert.
Edición Limitada de 500 copias!
Hailing from Wellington, the windy city and capital of New Zealand, Farmyard's initial line up consisted of Rick White on bass and vocals, Tom Swainson on drums, Milton Parker on lead guitar, Andy Stevens on sax and Paul Curtis on rhythm guitar and lead vocals. Rick White who formed the band, and Milton Parker were originally in fledgling beat combo The Relics. After being kicked out of the Relics, Rick went on to form Tom Thumb. Tom Thumb moved from R&B, to pop, to progressive rock, and their 1970 Ludgate Hill EP is considered one of the first prog recordings in the country.
After a successful single, Polydor issued Farmyard’s first LP in 1971 which came housed in a silk screened plastic bag, and is an amazing prog-rock killer, with superb musicianship, great tunes and a splendid production by Peter Dawkins.
This is a 500 copies only reissue, housed in its original ‘gimmick’ artwork in a silk screened plastic bag, printed inner sleeve and insert.
A1 Those Days Are Gone 4:25
A2 Through My Window 7:48
A3 Which Way Confusion (Part 1) 3:50
A4 Which Way Confusion (Part 2) 3:39
B1 Learning 'Bout Living 3:10
B2 Da Woirks 2:50
B3 I Sit Alone 9:37
FARMYARD LP Farmyard (Silk Screened Plastic Bag)
Label: Wah Wah Records – LPS225
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue