Spirogyra ‎– Bells, Boots And Shambles

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The Furthest Point
Old Boot Wine
Parallel Lines Never Separate
Spiggly
An Everyday Consumption Song
The Sergeant Says
In The Western World

Versions (9)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
2310 246 Spirogyra Bells, Boots And Shambles(LP, Album) Polydor 2310 246 UK 1973 Sell This Version
brain 1024, BRAIN 1024, 1024 Spirogyra Bells, Boots And Shambles(LP, Album) Brain, Brain, Brain, Metronome brain 1024, BRAIN 1024, 1024 Germany 1973 Sell This Version
RR 4137-WZ Spirogyra Bells, Boots And Shambles(CD, Album, RE) Repertoire Records RR 4137-WZ Germany 1991 Sell This Version
SRML 5007 Spirogyra Bells, Boots And Shambles(LP, Album, RE) Si-Wan Records SRML 5007 South Korea 1994 Sell This Version
RR 4137-WZ Spirogyra Bells, Boots And Shambles(CD, Album, RE) Repertoire Records RR 4137-WZ Europe 1999 Sell This Version
WAS-1040 Spirogyra Bells, Boots And Shambles(CD, Album, RE, Pap) Strange Days Records, Polydor WAS-1040 Japan 2005 Sell This Version
TPT 230 Spirogyra Bells, Boots And Shambles(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Unofficial) Tapestry Records TPT 230 Liechtenstein 2007 Sell This Version
ECLEC 2412 Spirogyra Bells, Boots And Shambles(CD, Album, RE, RM) Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2412 UK & Europe 2013 Sell This Version
SRMC 5007 Spirogyra Bells, Boots And Shambles(CD, Album, RE) Si-Wan Records SRMC 5007 South Korea Unknown Sell This Version

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marcelrecords

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November 30, 2007
referencing Bells, Boots And Shambles, LP, Album, brain 1024, BRAIN 1024, 1024
The utter clarity of Gaskin's voice, the erratic songwriting and many interesting and imaginative arrangements, these all seem to peak on this their third and last album. The sadness and despair, already strongly present on their previous efforts, come to a head and now sound chillingly urgent. The contributions of Henry Lowther's trumpet also work wonders, greatly so in ''The Furthest Point'', a minor classic all by itself. Boasting not one single under-average track, this record belongs to the very top of Britain's seventies folk-rock.