Bonzo Dog Doo/Dah Band* ‎– Gorilla

Liberty ‎– LBL 83056
Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Cool Britannia
Written-By – Innes*, Trad.*, Stanshall*
A2 The Equestrian Statue
Written-By – Innes*
A3 Jollity Farm
Written-By – Les Sarony*
A4 I Left My Heart In San Francisco
Written-By – Doug Cross*
A5 Look Out, There's A Monster Coming
Written-By – Stanshall*
A6 Jazz, Delicious Hot, Disgusting Cold
Written-By – Smith*, Ash*, Innes*, Slater*, Spear*, Nowell*, Stanshall*
A7 Death Cab For Cutie
Written-By – Innes*, Stanshall*
A8 Narcissus
Written-By – Ethelbert Nevin
B1 The Intro And The Outro
Written-By – Stanshall*
B2 Mickey's Son And Daughter
Written-By – Lisbonna*, Connor*
B3 Big Shot
Written-By – Stanshall*
B4 Music For The Head Ballet
Written-By – Innes*
B5 Piggy Bank Love
Written-By – Innes*
B6 I'm Bored
Written-By – Stanshall*
B7 The Sound Of Music
Written-By – Roger And Hammerstein*

Companies, etc.



Released on a blue Liberty label. Initial copies were accompanied by a large book.
''Dada is normal, normal is nice.''
"Jollity Farm" slightly different mix from stereo – longer beginning.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A Stamped): LBL 83056 A ▽ 1 420 1 3 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B Stamped): LBL 83056 B ▽ 1 420 1 1 1

Other Versions (5 of 31) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SLS 50160 The Bonzo Dog Band* Gorilla(LP, Album, RE) Sunset Records SLS 50160 UK Unknown Sell This Version
SLS 50160 Bonzo Dog Band* Gorilla(LP, Album, RE) Sunset Records SLS 50160 UK 1970 Sell This Version
COE 21 Bonzo Dog Doo/Dah Band* Gorilla(CDr, Album, RE, Unofficial) Cum'On Everybody Records COE 21 2004 Sell This Version
SLYL-932,826 Bonzo Dog Doo/Dah Band* Gorilla(LP, Album) Liberty SLYL-932,826 Australia Unknown Sell This Version
LP-12370 Bonzo Dog Doo/Dah Band* Gorilla(LP, Album, Mono, Promo) Imperial LP-12370 US 1967 Sell This Version



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January 3, 2020
edited 9 months ago
"Piggy Bank Love" is one of the greatest songs Innes would ever write...a perfect little pop tune that would be at home on a Kinks or Beatles record. Worth it for that track alone, but the rest of the album is pretty great too!

Also, am I daft or is that Eric Idle helping do the call and response on "Jollity Farm?"