Andwella - World's End / People's People flac album
Title: World's End / People's People
Style: Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock
MP3 album: 1806 mb
FLAC album: 1618 mb
Other formats: VOC MOD MP4 MPC DTS FLAC AC3
Andwella added 2 new photos. 18 February 2016 ·. Fab day at Harry's Time Machine record store in Chichester today. Love and Poetry is the first studio album by British psychedelic band Andwella's Dream. It was released in 1969 on CBS Records.
The World's End album was also comprised entirely of David Lewis (5) compositions, but most of the tracks were more mainstream with string orchestrations, brass arrangements and background vocals. Lewis was a t and an acclaimed songwriter who also recorded a privately-pressed album in 1970. He also made further solo albums. After Andwella he went on to a group called 'White Line', with his brother Jimmy. Dave McDougall (2) went on to work with John "Speedy" Keen (ex-Thunderclap Newman), while Nigel Smith (4) joined Khan. World's End, People's People (CD, Comp, Dig). Keyhole Records (2). KR 420.
World's End Part I - Andwella. Just How Long - Andwella. I'm Just Happy To See You Get Her - Andwella. Michael Fitzhenry - Andwella. People's People - Andwella. Lazy Days - Andwella. Four Days In September - Andwella. Are You Ready - Andwella.
Andwella were a Northern Irish psychedelic rock band formed in 1968, originally as The Method and later renamed Andwellas Dream. The trio were fronted by Dave Lewis (ls), with Nigel Smith (bass/vocals) and Gordon Barton (drums). With the addition of Dave McDougall on guitar and vocals, the band was renamed Andwella. 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.
The Well at the World's End is a high fantasy novel by the British artist, poet, and author William Morris. It was first published in 1896 and has been reprinted a number of times since, most notably in two parts as the 20th and 21st volumes of the Ballantine Adult Fantasy series, in August and September 1970.
Andwella (previously known as The Method and Andwella's Dream) was a British psychedelic rock band formed in London, UK in 1969 by David Lewis (vocals & guitar), Nigel Smith (bass) and Gordon Barton (drums). Andwella released three albums: Love and Poetry (1969, as Andwella's Dream), World's End (1970) and People's People (1971).
|1||Hold On To Your Mind||3:50|
|4||I'm Just Happy To See You Get Her||2:55|
|5||Just How Long||3:17|
|6a||World's End (Part One + Part Two))||5:18|
|7||Back To The Road||3:23|
|8||I Got A Woman||2:55|
|9||Reason For Living||3:04|
|10||Shadow Of The Night||3:39|
|11||She Taught Me To Love||3:16|
|13||The World Of Angelique||3:34|
|15||I've Got My Own||2:44|
|16||Are You Ready||2:33|
|17||Four Days In September||3:48|
|20||Behind The Painted Screen||3:29|
|21||All For You||2:21|
NotesTrack 1 - 10: "World's End" - (P) 1970
Track 11 - 21: "People's People" - (P) 1971
When the group released "World's End" they had just changed their name from Andwella's Dream to only Andwella.
The 2 listed tracks 6a & 7 are in fact one physical track (as on original LP). So the listed track 8 ("Back To The Road") is in reality track 7 and so on. The real track 20 is listed not at all, it's "Behind The Painted Screen" (as on orininal LP). Track 21 is correct.
Jewel case with with transparent tray and 4-pages booklet.
On disc: Made in Austria
Inlay states 'Digital Remastered'
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 3 528596 005379
- Barcode (Scanned): 3528596005379
- Matrix / Runout: 574
|KR 420||Andwella*||World's End / People's People (CD, Comp, Dig)||Keyhole Records||KR 420||US||2011|
|PL 537||Andwella*||World's End / People's People (CD, Comp, Unofficial)||Progressive Line||PL 537||2002|
|DGTRCD537||Andwella*||World's End / People's People (CD, Comp, Unofficial)||Dogtoire Records||DGTRCD537||Russia||2002|