Reaffirmation - An Anthology 1971-1973 is a music boxset/compilation recording by HELP YOURSELF (Prog Related/Progressive Rock) released in 2014 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Many Ways of Meeting - From the album "STRANGE AFFAIR" 13. Alabama Lady 14. Reaffirmation 15. Passing Through - From the album "BEWARE THE SHADOW". Disc Two 1. She's My Girl 2. American Mother - From the album "BEWARE THE SHADOW" 3. Mommy Won't Be Home for Christmas 4. Johnny B. Goode - A & B Sides of Single 5. Candy Kane 6. Who Killed Paradise? 7. It Has to Be 8. Man, We're Glad to Know You 9. Blown Away - From the album "THE RETURN OF KEN WHALEY" 10.
Yet the 12-minute It Has To Be off the tellingly titled The Return Of Ken Whaley from 1973 and Reaffirmation are acid-seared adventures, space folk effects on the former and brass and strings on the latter augmenting the band’s mesmerizing interplay – initially sparse but gradually petrifying into a riff
The eponymous debut album, Help Yourself, was recorded from late 1970 to early 1971. Malcolm Morley, (cals) wrote all the songs on this album, which was recorded with another former Sam Apple Pie member Dave Charles (als), ex member of Monday Morning Glory Band, Richard Treece (nica) and former Growth member Ken Whaley (bass) In 1973, the band proposed touring with Roger Ruskin Spear, the Flying Aces and Vivian "Spiv" Morris, in a vaudeville show called "Happy Days", which was to be held in a circus tent. They started recording material for this in January, but Burton was unhappy with the proposed theatrical tour, so he left. Reaffirmation, "An anthology 1971-73" Remastered, selected tracks from the first 4 albums, Happy Days & Christmas at the Patti, plus the Christmas single - (Esoteric ECLEC 22459) 2014. All Good Clean Fun One track ("Street Songs") appears on the original 1971 double album (UDX 201/2).
Reaffirmation: An Anthology 1971-1973. CD - Esoteric Recordings. Unlike the vast majority of prog bands, Help Yourself were grounded in country-rock, blues, and folk (which includes British folk), not pop, classical, and jazz, and unlike most pub rockers, they had an expansive definition of rock & roll that stretched far beyond boogie.
Reaffirmation: An Anthology 1971-1973 2CD Help Yourself. Return to previous page. Reaffirmation: An Anthology 1971-1973 2CD Help Yourself. Esoteric Recordings are pleased to announce the release of Reaffirmation, a comprehensive anthology by the unsung heroes of British early 70s rock, HELP YOURSELF. Forty years on, HELP YOURSELF is now regarded as one of the great, unsung British bands of their era. This anthology gathers together the essential tracks from all of their albums released by United Artists, newly re-mastered from the original master tapes. It features a booklet with essay by Michael Heatley and is a tribute to their genius. Track Listing: Disc one. 1. running down deep 2. I must see jesus for myself 3. paper leaves 4. old man 5. deborah 6. street songs. Taken from the album Help yourself. 7. strange affair 8. brown lady 9. heaven row 10. The all electric fur trapper 11.
Unlike the vast majority of prog bands, Help Yourself were grounded in country-rock, blues, and folk (which includes British folk), not pop, classical, and jazz, and unlike most pub rockers, they had an expansive definition of rock & roll that stretched far beyond boogie. EAC extraction logfile from 13. August 2014, 22:37.
Reaffirmation: An Anthology 1971-1973 Genre. This elasticity is what made the band interesting, both then and now, and it’s showcased on this terrific 2014 compilation Reaffirmation: An Anthology 1971-1973, a double-disc set that has the bulk of their highlights and captures all their delightfully odd quirks. com/watch?v tf bmYSR8OQ.
|1-1||Running Down Deep|
|1-2||I Must See Jesus For Myself|
|1-10||The All Electric Fur Trapper|
|1-11||Many Ways Of Meeting|
|1-12||Deanna Call And Scotty|
|2-1||She's My Girl|
|2-3||Mommy Won't Be Home For Christmas|
|2-4||Johnny B. Goode|
|2-6||Who Killed Paradise?|
|2-7||It Has To Be|
|2-8||Man, We're Glad We Know You|
|2-11||I've Got Beautiful You|
|2-12||Eddie Waring (Live)|
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