Rowland Myers ‎– Give Them A Hand

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MSE Music Sound Enterprises ‎– MSE 2SS/P
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Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single
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Tracklist

A Give Them A Hand 3:05
B Pandemonium

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For the Bangor Students Charities Appeal - all profits from the sales of this record will be donated to charities.

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Bradx

Bradx

February 27, 2015
edited over 2 years ago

Happy, clappy, strummed and singalong breezy folk song which was sold to raise money for the Bangor Students Charities appeal in 1975. Hyped by some to 'acid folk' status merely by virtue of it being private pressed. This is NOT a dark and mysterious voyage through metaphysical and hallucinogenic landscapes in the mould of, say, Pearls Before Swine but more the type of thing some young farmers, or perhaps a troop of cub scouts, might sing around the campfire on a weekend away in Wales. There's nothing wrong with it - but its not acid folk.
Rowland Myers was a BBC local radio presenter in the 1980s. Not sure what became of him later in life. He also made an album in the '70s.