Category: Rock

Lindisfarne - Back And Fourth (Vinyl, LP)


  1. This was the band's comeback album after a fairly dire patch in the mid-'70s. The fact is, Back and Fourth (originally issued by Polygram) isn't really that good a record, lacking the imagination and spirit of experimentation that highlighted their early albums for Charisma. But at its best, it was smoothly commercial, standing next to those earlier albums roughly where the Bee Gees' .
  2. Lindisfarne - Back and Fourth - fricaritturehinbestpufeedromara.coinfo Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Sign CDs & Vinyl Go Search Hello Select your address Gift ideas for Dad 5/5(9).
  3. LINDISFARNE Back And Fourth ( US track vinyl LP, featuring Run For Home and Warm Feeling, produced by Gus Dudgeon, picture sleeve with deletion notch and illustrated lyric inner. The sleeve shows light wear, whilst the vinyl has the oddlight sign of play and is in excellent condition SD).
  4. Lindisfarne – Back And Fourth Label: ATCO Records – SD Format: Vinyl, LP, PRC Richmond Pressing Country: US Released: Genre: Rock Style: Folk Rock. Stanje ploce: VRLO DOBRO Stanje omota: VRLO DOBRO Inner originalni, papirni, sa tekstovima, sa svih strana probijen po cm.
  5. LINDISFARNE Back And Fourth ( UK track vinyl LP produced by Gus Dudgeon and including Run For Home and Warm Feeling. The embossed glossy gatefold picture sleeve has a centrefold spead of some incredibly attractive Sheep and lyrics while the vinyl appears barely played condition).
  6. Production. The album was produced by Gus Dudgeon and recorded between February and April It was the first album to feature the reformed original Lindisfarne lineup after they had broken up in , hence the pun in the title that the band was "back" on their fourth album. The album cover is the band's first to show Lindisfarne, the island off the coast of Northumberland .
  7. Buy Lindisfarne Back And Fourth LP. Mercury , Glossy Gatefold, Original Issue Available now from Vinylnet the Online Music Market.
  8. After a run of three great albums, Lindisfarne split, with Alan Hull keeping the name and going on to form Lindisfarne MKII, and most of the rest forming Jack the Lad. Both bands enjoyed success, and made some good albums, but in re-merged and the original Lindisfarne line-up went back into the recording studio, with this gem as their 5/5(9).

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