Gammer And His Familiars ‎– Won't Look Out...

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Gammer ‎– none
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A1 Crazy Jane
Bass Guitar – Ronnie AntonDrums – Stuart SteadDrums [Snare Drum] – Mike Smith (26)Electric Piano – Steve HopkinsGuitar – Vini ReillyWritten-By – Vini Reilly
A2 You're A Screwball
Bass Guitar – Steve Williams (18)Drums – Mike Smith (26)Guitar – Jim Morrison (3)Piano, Organ – Pete BarrettWritten-By – Richard Derbyshire*
A3 San Diego
Bass Guitar – Ronnie AntonCongas – John SlaterDrums – Ricky NormanElectric Piano – Andy Paval*Guitar – Richard Derbyshire*, Vini ReillySaxophone [Saxophones] – Stewart Butler
A4 No Room In My Head
Guitar, Bells [Tubular] – Jim Morrison (3)Written-By – Jim Morrison (3)
A5 Waiting Rooms
Bass Guitar – Ronnie AntonDrums – Mike Smith (26), Stuart SteadGuitar, Organ – Vini Reilly
B1 Pull Out The Pin
Bass Guitar – Ronnie AntonDrums – Mike Smith (26)Guitar – Jim Morrison (3)Percussion – Gammer (2)Piano – Pete BarrettWritten-By – Vini Reilly
B2 Fingers
Drums – Stuart SteadGuitar – Ronnie Anton, Vini ReillyWritten-By – Vini Reilly
B3 A Very Angry Clown
Bass Guitar – Ronnie AntonCymbal – Gammer (2)Drums – Stuart SteadGuitar – Richard Darbyshire, Vini Reilly
B4 Market Place
Bass Guitar – Ronnie AntonDrums – Mike Smith (26)Electric Piano – Steve HopkinsPercussion – Gammer (2)Written-By – Vini Reilly
B5 Summer's Over
Bass Guitar – Ronnie AntonDrums – Mike Smith (26), Stuart SteadGuitar – Vini ReillyPiano, Electric Piano, Synthesizer – Pete BarrettWritten-By – Steve Troth

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Recorded at Graveyard Sounds, Prestwich - Late 1979, 1980, Early 1981
(other tracks from these sessions are on the Album 'Rocket Ticket').

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): LYN 10056-1T EJ 9699A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): LYN 10057-1T EJ 9699B

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Saunders

Saunders

October 30, 2015
edited over 2 years ago

This is a brilliant album combining impeccable poetry and sound that is funny, deep and emotional. Such a shame that Gammer has been so underrated! One of the best and most inventive artists to ever come out of Manchester. I envy those who had the luck to see him in the good old days.