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Alan Hull
Phantoms (1979)

Alan Hull — Phantoms (1979)

                           Alan Hull — Phantoms (1979)
♦   U.K. folk–based singer–songwriter, likely best known as a founder member of folk rockers Lindisfarne.
Born: February 20, 1945 in Benwell, Newcastle–upon–Tyne, Tyne and Ware, England
Died: November 17, 1995
Genre: Folk Rock / Progressive Rock
Album release: 1979
Record Label: Market Square Records
Duration:     75:09
01. I Wish You Well
02. Anywhere Is Everywhere
03. Make Me Want To Stay
04. Dancing (On The Judgement Day)
05. A Walk In The Sea
06. Corporation Rock
07. Madmen And Loonies
08. Somewhere Out There
09. Love Is The Alibi
10. Love Is The Answer
Bonus Tracks From Radiator’s “Isn’t It Strange” 1977 LP
11. Isn’t It Strange
12. Spittin’ In The Wind
13. Lay Back And Dream
14. Something Got The Better Of You
Previously Unreleased 1975 Demos
15. Somehwere Out There (demo)
16. Raw Bacon (demo)
17. A Walk In The Sea (demo)
18. Evening (demo)
19. Dancing (On The Judgement Day) (demo)
♦   Bass, Percussion — Colin Gibson
♦   Drums — Ray Laidlaw, Terry Popple
♦   Drums, Percussion — Keith Fisher
♦   Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Backing Vocals — Bob Barton
♦   Guitar — Pete Kirtley
♦   Horns — Buddy Beadle*, Steve Gregory
♦   Keyboards, Acoustic Guitar — Kenny Craddock
♦   Vocals — Joanna Newman, Lesley Duncan, Liza Strike, Rab Noakes
♦   Vocals, Recorder, Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Keyboards — Alan Hull
♣   Bob Barton Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Vocals (Background)
♣   Bud Beadle Horn
♣   Ken Craddock Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Keyboards, Percussion, Vocals
♣   Lesley Duncan Vocals
♣   Keith Fisher Drums, Percussion
♣   Colin Gibson Bass, Percussion
♣   Steve Gregory Horn
♣   Steve Gregory Vocals
♣   Han Chew Tham Band Photo
♣   Jim Henderson Concept, Liner Notes, Research
♣   Alan Hull Bass, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Keyboards, Percussion, Producer, Recorder, Vocals
♣   Peter Kelsey Engineer, Producer
♣   Pete Kirtley Guitar
♣   Ray Laidlaw Drums
♣   Mick Lowe Artwork
♣   Martin Mitchell Mastering
♣   Peter Muir Coordination, Supervisor
♣   Joanna Newman Vocals
♣   Rab Noakes Vocals
♣   Alan O’Duffy Engineer, Producer
♣   Terry Popple Drums
♣   Radiator Producer
♣   Norman Stafford Photography
♣   Liza Strike Horn, Vocals
♣   Mickey Sweeney Engineer
♣   Steve Trower Cover Painting
AllMusic Review by Dave Thompson;  Score: ****½
♦   Alan Hull’s third solo album, and his last before Lindisfarne reconvened in 1979, follows firmly in the footsteps of its two predecessors, while advancing their musical outlook towards entire new pastures. Indeed, a crack band and lush production could lure you into mistaking the opening “I Wish You Well” for any number of contemporary MOR troubadours, although the self–deprecating “Anywhere Is Everywhere” quickly brings your ears back to basics, a rock & rolling singalong that finds Hull sounding as sharp and sassy as he ever did in the past… and ever would in the future. Brilliant stuff.
♣   Pipedream (1973) UK No. 29
♣   Squire (1975)
♣   Phantoms (1979)
♣   On The Other Side (1983)
♣   Another Little Adventure (1988)
♣   Back to Basics (1994)
♣   Statues & Liberties (1996)
♣   When War Is Over (1998)
♣   We Can Swing Together — Anthology (2005)
♣   Phantoms (CD release with bonus Tracks) (21 May 2007)
♣   Live at Clifton Poly 1975 (2009)

Alan Hull
Phantoms (1979)


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