Whatever Happened to Jugula? is the thirteenth studio album by English folk, rock singer-songwriter and guitarist Roy Harper. It was first released in 1985. Jimmy Page contributes. With a working title of Rizla, Whatever Happened to Jugula? was released on the Beggars Banquet label (BBL60) and reached the UK Top 20. It is recorded in a fresh and spontaneous manner, often with only the unique sound of Ovation guitars and vocals.
Stood on the street in the face of a holocaust With thunder in your voice As in the grace of great numbers A world is made To feel your choice And I love you For choosing to live with us And making some noise. It's time that we joined our hands Across the world It's time that we joined our hands To save our world. When this winter is over Elizabeth I will come for you Bearing songs on the wings Of great happiness To sing you through To a far future fountain Of destinies A room with a view. It's time that we joined our hands Across our world It's time that we joined our hands To save our world. Elizabeth" Track Info.
Also in 1984, Page recorded with Plant as the Honeydrippers the album The Honeydrippers: Volume 1 and with John Paul Jones on the film soundtrack Scream for Help. Page subsequently collaborated with Rodgers on two albums under the name The Firm. The first album, released in 1985, was the self-titled The Firm. "Jimmy Page Talks On New Album".
A1 Elizabeth (with Jimmy Page) B1 Advertisement (Another Intentional Irrelevant Suicide) B2 I Hate The White Man (live version). Roy Harper, acoustic-, electric guitars, bass, percussion, keyboards, saxophone, vocals - Jimmy Page, acoustic-, electric guitars - Tony Franklin, bass - Nik Green, keyboards - Ronnie Brambles, guitar, drums, keyboards, vocals - Steve Broughton, drums - Preston Heyman, drums - Nick Harper, semi-acoustic guitar.
Elizabeth Harper is a singer songwriter that first came to prominence on the Angular Recording Company (ARC) compilations album that came out of New Cross, south-east London in 2003. Elizabeth (Whatever Happened to Jugula? 1985). Roy Harper & Jimmy Page. Pink Roses in Vase by Elizabeth Robbins. Fantasy Tribal Fusion, Elizabeth Zohar Ensamble. Siouxsie And The Banshees - Metal Postcard - Mittageisen (Live Elizabethan Suite 1977).
The Maureeny Wishful Album. Jimmy Page Discography. Bank Of The Dead, Little Lady. Whatever Happened to Jugula? Back to Discography.
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|Advertisement (Another Intentional Irrelevant Suicide) (Short Version)|
|BEG 131||Roy Harper & Jimmy Page||Roy Harper & Jimmy Page - Elizabeth (7", Single)||Beggars Banquet||BEG 131||UK||1985|
|BEG 131T||Roy Harper & Jimmy Page||Roy Harper & Jimmy Page - Elizabeth (12", Single)||Beggars Banquet||BEG 131T||UK||1985|