Mini-lp CD -LIMITED EDITION of 4000 copies only!
-Original vinyl artwork in square CD digisleeve
format (card wallet), plus inserted fold-out poster,
plus outer cover.
-HIGHLY COLLECTABLE....ORDER NOW!
-Unusual original artwork, featuring the plastic
cover envelope, all faithfully reproduced for CD
-6 bonus tracks.
-Booklet with lyrics plus authoritative and
extensive liner notes by author and archivist
-Expertly remastered - superb sound. Wild and unpredictable, Family was one of the most exciting and rewarding British rock bands of the Seventies. Fronted
by the inimitable Roger Chapman and with Charlie Whitney on guitar, the band from Leicester combined hard rock power
with prog rock subtlety.
Beloved of the late BBC DJ John Peel, Family shot to fame with infectious hits like 'Burlesque'. They became a familiar
attraction at rock festivals, where Chapman's stage antics often caused a sensation.
'Anyway' was their fourth album, first released in 1970 and comprising eight powerful songs, very much in the tradition
first established on their 1968 debut, 'Music In A Doll's House'. Despite frequent personnel changes - with Chapman
always at the helm - Family invariably retained their distinctive sound.
We have added six bonus tracks, including two dynamic 'live' performances. Track listing:-GOOD NEWS / BAD NEWS
-HOLDING THE COMPASS
-PART OF THE LOAD
-LIVES AND LADIES
Bonus tracks:-TODAY (single version)
-SONG FOR LOTS (Live)
-TODAY (edited version)
-STRANGE BAND (single version)
-PART OF THE LOAD (Live)
-LIVES AND LADIES (Live)