Chicken Shack ‎– Accept Chicken Shack

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A1 Diary Of Your Life 4:20
A2 Pocket 3:22
A3 Never Ever 2:30
A4 Sad Clown 2:40
A5 Maudie 2:50
A6 Telling Your Fortune 3:05
B1 Tired Eyes 2:03
B2 Some Other Time
Vocals [Second] – Alison Young
3:00
B3 Going Round 2:40
B4 Andalucian Blues 2:10
B5 You Knew You Did You Did 2:20
B6 She Didn't Use Her Loaf 3:10
B7 Apple Tart 0:02

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Recorded at the CBS Studios in New Bond Street, London. "Maudie" and "Andalucian Blues" were recorded at Recorded Sound Studios, Bryanston Street, London.

(Cover) Printed and made by the E.J. Day Group, London and Bedford.
Manufactured and distributed by CBS [logo]
7-63861 on cover, S 7-63861 on labels

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped): S7 63861 AI
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped): S7 63861 BI

Other Versions (5 of 10) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
IMLP 4.00134 Chicken Shack Accept Chicken Shack(LP, Ltd, RE, Whi) Impact (6) IMLP 4.00134 Germany 1983 Sell This Version
WH 90322 Chicken Shack Accept Chicken Shack(CD, Album, Unofficial) Walhalla WH 90322 Europe 2004 Sell This Version
Kotay 4681 Chicken Shack Accept Chicken Shack(LP, Ltd, RE, 180) Kotay Kotay 4681 Italy 2014 Sell This Version
BH 4809 Chicken Shack Accept Chicken Shack(LP, Album, Gat) Blue Horizon BH 4809 US 1970 Sell This Version
S 7-63861 Chicken Shack Accept Chicken Shack(LP, Album) Blue Horizon S 7-63861 Italy 1970 Sell This Version

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Ghost_Train

Ghost_Train

March 2, 2016
edited 7 months ago
The fourth Chicken Shack album (the second after Perfect departure) out in 1970 is more hard blues rock than before. Stan guitar is more present than on "100 Ton" and the band sound is more contaminated. Featuring gems like the opening "Diary of your life", "Tired Eyes" with strings on it, the different "Some Other Time" and the rock pop of "You knew You Did You Did" the album has some guitar and bass strong lines all over. The last album before Stan completely changed the lineup to a trio.