Tuesday, September 7, 2021

Roy Wood - Mustard (1975)


Roy Wood - Mustard (1975)


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Side one

"Mustard" – 1:28

"Any Old Time Will Do" – 4:13

"The Rain Came Down on Everything" – 6:35

"You Sure Got It Now" – 5:11


Side two

"Why Does Such a Pretty Girl Sing Those Sad Songs" – 4:34

"The Song" – 6:35

"Look Thru' the Eyes of a Fool" – 2:55

"Interlude" – 1:23

"Get On Down Home" – 7:32


2000 bonus tracks

"Oh What a Shame"

"Bengal Jig"

"Rattlesnake Roll"

"Can't Help My Feelings"

"Strider"

"Indiana Rainbow"

"The Thing Is This (This Is the Thing)"




Roy Wood Band Members / Musicians

Roy Wood – writer, producer, performer, engineer, artwork (sleeve painting and cartoon centrefold)

Dick Plant – engineer

Mike Plea – engineer

Pete Oliff – engineer

Roger Wake – engineer

Steve Brown – engineer

Annie Haslam – vocals ("The Rain Came Down on Everything")

Phil Everly – vocals ("Get on Down Home")




Mustard is the 2nd solo album by English musician Roy Wood, released in December 1975 by Jet Records. The album was recorded at De Lane Lea Studios and Phonogram Studios, although a dispute at one of the studios delayed the release of the album. Produced and entirely performed by Wood, who also designed the album artwork, Mustard was a departure from his previous solo album Boulders (1973), with a more ambitious approach and denser, more layered production, again mixing a number of musical styles. Annie Haslam and Phil Everly contributed guest vocals to the album, while Wood's influences on the record included the Andrew Sisters, the Beach Boys and Led Zeppelin.

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