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Andwella - World's End download mp3 album
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Album:
World's End
Style:
Prog Rock
Released:
1970
Country:
UK
FLAC vers. size:
1954 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1878 mb
WMA vers. size:
1786 mb
Other formats
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Rating:
4.3 ★
Votes:
159

World's End Part I. 2:54. B2. World's End Part II. 2:15. World's End ‎(LP, Album, Promo, Gat).

Andwella ‎– World's End. Label: Geffen Records ‎– UICY-93049.

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World's End (Part Two) -03:23 08. Back To The Road - 02:54 09. I Got A Woman - 03:04 10.

The album did not achieve wide recognition but is featured in the Record Collector's Book: 100 Greatest Psychedelic Records. After changing the name again to simply Andwella the band released two more albums; World's End (1970) and People's People (1971). Lewis wrote all the songs on the Andwella albums with the exception of the "World's End Theme Part 1", which was written and arranged by Bobby Scott of "He Ain't Heavy He's My Brother" and "Taste of Honey" fame

GORDON BARTON(drums). DAVE LEWIS (guitar, piano, organ, vocals). NIGEL SMITH (bass, vocals). DAVE McDOUGALL (keybords). Andwellas Dream released one album, Love and Poetry, on CBS in the UK in the late 1960s that is highly regarded by some psychedelic collectors. It is an eclectic but unmemorable affair that touches upon a number of approaches-heavy progressive rock-tinged psychedelia with keyboards, fruity pop-psych with strings and fairytale-type lyrics, folk- and blues-informed material bridging psych and prog-common to British rock of the period. The group changed their name.

This line-up issued World's End, before Dave Struthers replaced Nigel Smith on bass and Jack McCullock joined as drummer. This lineup recorded the bands' last album, People's People, in 1971, after which the band broke up in 1972. Lewis later went on to write "Happy to Be on an Island in the Sun", recorded in the 1970s by Demis Roussos. Love and Poetry (LP, CBS 1969). Every Little Minute, Michael Fitzhenry (45, Reflection 1970). as Andwella: World's End (LP, Reflection Records 1970). Hold On To Your Mind, Shadow of the Night (45, Reflection 1970). Are You Ready, People's People (45, Reflection 1970).

Andwella Andwella слушать онлайн. Прослушать Скачать 04:59. Cocaine (1969 UK Psychedelic Rock). Прослушать Скачать 02:41. Man Without A Name (1969 UK Psychedelic Rock). 07. World's End Part 2. Прослушать Скачать 03:32. Прослушать Скачать 04:16. запись зделали мы в загсе.

Tracklist

Hold On To Your Mind
Lady Love
Michael Fitzhenry
I'm Just Happy To See You Get Her
Just How Long
World's End Part I
World's End Part II
Back On The Road
I Got A Woman
Reason For Living
Shadow Of The Night

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
REF. L6 Andwella* World's End ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Reflection REF. L6 UK 1970
BLPS 19013 Andwella* World's End ‎(LP, Album) Bellaphon BLPS 19013 Germany 1970
MT 44 003, MT-44003 Andwella* World's End ‎(LP, Album) Les Disques Motors, Les Disques Motors MT 44 003, MT-44003 France 1970
DS-50095 Andwella* World's End ‎(LP, Album, Gat) ABC/Dunhill Records DS-50095 US 1970
HP-80184 Andwella* World's End ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Stateside HP-80184 Japan 1970
PE 877 004-H Andwella* World's End ‎(LP, Album, Gat) pink elephant PE 877 004-H Netherlands 1970
HP-80184 Andwella* World's End ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Stateside HP-80184 Japan 1970
DS 50095 Andwella* World's End ‎(LP, Album, Gat) RCA DS 50095 Canada 1970
DS-50095 Andwella* World's End ‎(LP, Album, Promo, Gat) ABC/Dunhill Records DS-50095 US 1970
HP-80184 Andwella* World's End ‎(LP, Album, Promo, Gat) Stateside HP-80184 Japan 1970
REF. L6 Andwella* World's End ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Reflection REF. L6 Italy 1971
UICY-93049 Andwella* World's End ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Pap) Geffen Records UICY-93049 Japan 2006
MI-0026 Andwella's Dream World's End ‎(CD, Album, RE, Car) Media Arte MI-0026 South Korea 2011
VSCD-6005 Andwella* World's End ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Pap) Vivid Sound VSCD-6005 Japan 2011
UICY-78032 Andwella* World's End ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RM, SHM) Geffen Records UICY-78032 Japan 2017
RTL 4056 Andwella* World's End ‎(LP, Album, RE) R & T RTL 4056 South Africa Unknown
BI 15206 Andwella* World's End ‎(LP, Album, RE) Bellaphon BI 15206 Germany Unknown


  • Olwado
At the Beginning of the End“Everybody says there’s better days ahead, there’ll be better words to say about tomorrow but going back in time I can see that man hasn’t changed too many names and games to blame for his sorrow”. World’s End is a stupendous album – magnificent arrangements and rich instrumentation just make it inimitable. And all the diverse songs are performed at the top of musicianship and despite its diversity musically the entire collection is utterly consistent. “Back on a road, everybody knows I’m a beggar I don’t have any clothes let me rest awhile help me love again. Lady with the laughing eyes, you’re like me half way from here to paradise, help a blind man in the wrong disguise who worships you”.
  • Zulurr
I bought this record back in the early 70s from 'Sam The Record Man', a well known Canadian retailer. Their location on Yonge Street in Toronto was my favourite place to explore during this period. They had the most amazing import section, which really opened my ears to a lot of great bands from abroad.Upon first glance, the LP looked interesting, and this is what initially lured me in. That said, I had no idea what to expect music wise. Upon first listen, I thought it was just OK. After a few more spin's, it became my favourite LP for quite sometime. The albums style seems to change continuously throughout, which is why I think I've always enjoyed it so much.Side 1 opens with a wonderful track called "Hold on to Your Mind", that just screams late 60's/early 70's British rock. The percussion within the first 30 seconds or so reminds me of the intro to The Stones "Sympathy For The Devil", but that's where the comparison ends, as the song begins to take on a mind of its own. The track "Michael FitzHenry" is probably my favourite on this album, beginning with dreamy flutes, jazzy lead guitar, bass and drums, eventually exploding into heavy rock mayhem. The lead singer/guitarist/flautist/pianist, David Lewis' vocals tend to remind me of the late Mike Patto at times.Side 2 begins in a much mellower vein, with "Worlds End pt 1" and its wonderfully orchestrated intro, reminiscent of Barclay James Harvest.The track "I Got a Woman" is yet another stellar part of this LP, with David Lewis obvious homage to Peter Green's "Black Magic Woman". The similarities between these two songs are uncanny. Though through all of these band comparatives I've made within this review, Andwella still manage to engage the listener without coming off sounding overly derivative.
  • saafari
Yes the album is really good, but I don't think we can classify it as Psychedelic Rock.