Liverpool Scene

Liverpool Scene

Poetry band established in the late 1960s combining jazz, folk and free rock.


Liverpool Scene Discography Tracks


The Liverpool Scene* Amazing Adventures Of (Album) RCA Victor Canada 1968 Sell This Version
Liverpool Scene Bread On The Night (Album) RCA UK 1969 Sell This Version
SF8134 Liverpool Scene Heirloon(LP) RCA SF8134 UK 1970 Sell This Version
SF 8100 Liverpool Scene St. Adrian Co. Broadway And 3rd(LP, Album) RCA Victor SF 8100 UK 1970 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

RCA 1762 Liverpool Scene Son, Son(7", Single, Promo) RCA Victor RCA 1762 UK 1968 Sell This Version
RCA 1762 The Liverpool Scene* Son, Son(7") RCA Victor RCA 1762 UK 1968 Sell This Version
The Liverpool Scene* The Woo-Woo / Gliders, Parks RCA US 1969 Sell This Version
RCA 1816 Liverpool Scene The Woo-Woo(7", Promo) RCA RCA 1816 UK 1969 Sell This Version
RCA 1816 The Liverpool Scene* Love Is / The Woo-Woo(7") RCA Victor RCA 1816 UK 1969 Sell This Version


2310 055 Liverpool Scene The Liverpool Scene Featuring Adrian Henri & Andy Roberts(LP, Album, Comp) Polydor 2310 055 Germany 1970 Sell This Version
Liverpool Scene Recollections (Comp) Charisma, Charisma UK 1972 Sell This Version
BGOCD538 The Liverpool Scene* "Amazing Adventures Of"/Bread On The Night(2xCD, Comp) BGO Records BGOCD538 UK 2001 Sell This Version
ECLEC 22138 Liverpool Scene The Amazing Adventures Of...(2xCD, Comp) Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 22138 UK 2009 Sell This Version


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April 11, 2016
The Liverpool Scene was a poetry band, formed around 1967,
which included Adrian Henri, Andy Roberts, Mike Evans,
Mike Hart (ex Liverpool Roadrunners), Percy Jones and Brian Dodson.
Four LPs were issued with Henri's poetry heavily featured.
The first one was produced by Liverpool DJ John Peel,
who was then working on the pirate radio station Radio London.
Despite his support, the album achieved little success, as did the other three.
Public performances by the band included a (financially unsuccessful)
1969 tour when they opened for Led Zeppelin. Henri was described
in performance as "bouncing thunderously and at risk to audience
and fellow performers, the stage vibrating out of rhythm beneath him."
The Liverpool Scene disbanded in April 1970.

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