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Rotter's Club (1975)
Hatfield and the North

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User Rating: 5 / 5 [ Add Your Rating ]


Name:  Peter Hayes <peter@elecedge.com>
Rating:  5 / 5
Comments:  This is the perfect example of Prog meets Fusion. Dave Stewart's (who later played with the Bruford band) playing is incredible. Underdub alone, is worth the price of the album. Great playing and composition all around.


Name:  Thomas Nydén
Rating:  5 / 5
Comments:  This is a wonderful record - late original canterbury prog with a more laidback, smooth and jazzy style. If you like this, try the first Hatfield as well (same name)and also National Health.


Name:  Brian Kamp
Rating:  5 / 5
Comments:  I feel this album is the best example of the Rhodes in any genre of music, not just only in the Canterbury Scene. Beautiful, Beautiful melodies from by the Genious who is Dave Stewart.


Name:  Mick Capewell
Rating:  5 / 5


Name:  Steven Hale
Rating:  5 / 5
Comments:  Tasteful virtuosity.


Name:  mb
Rating:  5 / 5


Name:  Jean-Henry Berevoescu <berevoescu@bluebottle.com>
Rating:  5 / 5


Name:  Dan August
Rating:  5 / 5
Comments:  I am stupid ! It's just the best !


Name:  stefano pepoloni
Rating:  5 / 5


Name:  Tom May
Rating:  5 / 5
Comments:  Very creative, with a true sense of tonality and expression in the Rhodes playing.


Name:  Joerg Reinicke
Rating:  5 / 5
Comments:  This album shines all throughout.


Name:  hugh manatee
Rating:  5 / 5
Comments:  a classic from back in the day when real musical substance matterred more than surface flash or milking the latest trend.


Name:  Jesus Tapia
Rating:  5 / 5
Comments:  Superbly COMPOSED and beautifully PLAYED. The other important thing is that ALL OTHER INSTRUMENTS SHINE AS WELL AS THE RHODES. I also agree with all other comments above!


Name:  Juergen Martens
Rating:  5 / 5
Comments:  Agreeing with all of the above. Besides that, I love that specific British brand of humor that shows in the song titles (which seems to be HEAVILY influenced by the art of Monty Python's Flying Circus) and the singing with that wonderful snobby sounding accent - you don't hear that much anymore these days when everybody adapts to the globally compatible American English. Quoite noice!