Photography By – Redferns. Producer – Jeff Griffin (tracks: 6 to 10). Recorded By – David Davies (tracks: 4, 5). Notes. Track 1: John Peel Session recorded 1. 4. 1972 Tracks 2, 5: John Peel Session recorded 1. 1. 1972 Tracks 3, 4: John Peel Session recorded 0. 3. 1972 Tracks 6 to 10: BBC Radio 1 Live in Concert 2. 7. 1972 previously issued in 1994 as BBC Radio 1 Live In Concert.
Band Name Matching Mole. Album Name On the Radio. Data de lançamento 2007. Estilo de MúsicaProgressive Rock. Membros têm este álbum0.
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Over the year Matching Mole were together, they managed four BBC sessions, but only one had surfaced so far, with the BBC In Concert album issued in 92, containing their longer session from July. As that album had been OOP, Hux records unearthed the other three sessions and gathered them with the July session. Exactly why Hux chose not to organize the sessions chronologically is beyond me (there is even the Jan 72 session broken up in two parts), but the main thing is that we get all of them.
Matching Mole existed for just 11 months in 1972, and released two strong and fondly remembered studio albums before going their seperate ways. Over the last decade there has been a steady trickle of live archive material released, and this is the best of them to date.
Though five of the tracks from one of the sessions included on this CD (from July 27, 1972) were issued in the mid-'90s on BBC Radio 1 Live in Concert, this release also includes material from three additional 1972 sessions, adding up to a good value with 78 minutes in all. The sound quality is very good, even on the tracks described in the notes as "off-air" recordings, on an assortment of songs, most of which were also represented on their pair of studio LPs. There are also some numbers that didn't find their way onto those albums, notably "Lithing and Gracing".
Matching Mole (1972) is the eponymous debut album from the English Canterbury scene progressive rock band Matching Mole. Additional musicians. Disc 1. "O Caroline" (Sinclair, Wyatt) – 5:05. Instant Pussy" (Wyatt) – 2:59. Signed Curtain" (Wyatt) – 3:06. Part of the Dance" (Miller) – 9:16. Instant Kitten" (Wyatt) – 4:58. Dedicated to Hugh, but You Weren't Listening" (Wyatt) – 4:39.