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This was the last tune to be written & recorded for the CD inspired by a holiday on the Croatian island of Obonjan. Click the arrow to play.
Cuttin' Bracken is an atmospheric tune featuring flute before it segues into the rocking' tour de force that is the Islay Rant. Celtic rock at its finest. Full album available on Bandcamp.
In November 2019 The Cock & Bull Band play a sell-out ceilidh in the Sky Room at the newly opened Milton Keynes Art Gallery as a “local gig” to celebrate their 40 year anniversary. A compilation CD entitled A Cock & Bull Story Vol 2 was released to mark the occasion. Available on Bandcamp.
The tracks are Below The Belt, Chamalierre, Peaslake Mafia & Speed The Plough. Press the arrow to play.
Click on the SoundCloud link to hear three tunes from this classic Cock & Bull album.
The montage starts with "The Island" followed by "Caliban", Spirit Hounds & Dogs and "Where The Bee Sucks". Press the arrow to play.
An An-Dro is a French dance where they all link little fingers and dance off in a snake-like formation. The rhythm & groove of this tune is somewhat similar. Listen ti the full album on Bandcamp..
Click on the SoundCloud link to hear an edit from a tune on the CD Cock & Bull Re-imagined.
An excerpt from Jean-Pierre Rasle's tune The Reaper featuring a soprano sax solo from the album Pumped Up & Loaded by The Cock & Bull Band.
Edits from Cuttin' Backen/Islay Rant PLUS a LIVE version of Wigwatching Parts 1 & 2. The full album is available on Bandcamp.
Click the SoundCloud link to listen to the track "On My Way" from a studio recording session by SCRATCH from 1977.
Click the SoundCloud link to hear Streets, one of two tracks recorded by Martial Law at Pace Studio MK as the prize for winning The Battle of The Bands..
The lyrics of the song "Your Place or mine" are intended to be ironic. It takes it's title from the song "Dancing' Fool" by Frank Zappa.
Soul Sister Brown Sugar, recorded live, probably in The Plough Stony Stratford..