Atomic Rooster ‎– Atomic Rooster

Label:
B & C Records ‎– CAS 1010
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Large B&C logo, Orlake pressing
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A1 Friday The Thirteenth
Piano – Vincent CraneWritten-By – Crane*
A2 And So To Bed
Piano – Vincent CraneWritten-By – Crane*
A3 Broken Wings
Written-By – Mayall*
A4 Before Tomorrow
Congas – Carl PalmerFlute – Nick GrahamWritten-By – Crane*
B1 Banstead
Written-By – Palmer*, Graham*, Crane*
B2 S.L.Y.
Guitar – Nick GrahamWritten-By – Crane*
B3 Winter
Flute – Nick GrahamGlockenspiel – Carl PalmerPiano – Vincent CraneWritten-By – Crane*
B4 Decline & Fall
Congas – Carl PalmerWritten-By – Palmer*, Graham*, Crane*

Entreprises, etc.

Crédits

Notes

This is the first pressing, and has become known as "the original keyboard only mix".
It does not contain the addition of John Du Cann's guitars, which were added for a
subsequent virtually identical looking release.

Also it exist a variant with large B&C logo on label and matrix CAS + 1010 + A2 and CAS + 1010 + B2. It sounds as a "no guitar" mix to me (though I don't have the other to compare.)

Labels have large B&C logos with textured surface.
Tracks A1, A2, A4, B2, B3 published by: Essex Music Ltd.
Track A3 published by: Getaway Music
Tracks B1, B4 published by: RSO Publishing/Essex International

Code-Barres et Autres Identifiants

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): CAS + 1010 + A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): CAS + 1010 + B

Autres Versions (5 de 33) Tout Afficher

Cat N° Artiste Titre (Format) Label Cat N° Country Année
6369.001 Atomic Rooster Atomic Rooster(LP) Fontana 6369.001 France 1970 Vendre cette version
STL 6369 001 Atomic Rooster Atomic Rooster(LP, Album, Alt) Fontana STL 6369 001 South Africa 1970 Vendre cette version
JPCD9710620 Atomic Rooster Atomic Rooster(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial) ООО "ДОРА" JPCD9710620 Russia 1997 Vendre cette version
6369 001 Atomic Rooster Atomic Rooster(LP, Album) Fontana 6369 001 Belgium 1970 Vendre cette version
MOVLP1756 Atomic Rooster Atomic Rooster(LP, Album, RE, RM, 180) Music On Vinyl, BMG, Sanctuary Records MOVLP1756 Europe 2016 Vendre cette version

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StrangelySatisfying

StrangelySatisfying

19 mai 2017
Was it a 'mix-stake' to keep the guitars off? ;) What was the reasoning? It would seem a mistake as why would they put guitars on when merging with big label? Like his Keyboards are ok but they aren't revolutionary or anything. I even notice with some live performances that the guitar is low in the mix as well and keys are just right in your face. Sure I get he's the leader but that's a bit extreme for my taste, especially since he's no Richard Holmes.
gypsytrypz

gypsytrypz

16 janvier 2017
I have two copies of this with the large B & C label, and textured or rough label. I can tell you that
they are identical except that one of the vinyls is thicker than the other...so this puts a new twist
on the identification of which one is a first and which is a second run of pressings....
gypsytrypz

gypsytrypz

16 janvier 2017
I have two copies of this with the large B & C label, and textured or rough label. I can tell you that
they are identical except that one of the vinyls is thicker than the other...so this puts a new twist
on the identification of which one is a first and which is a second run of pressings....
xfniko

xfniko

3 décembre 2016
I have a version where A3 and A4 are interchanged with B3 and B4.
progfan97402

progfan97402

26 mai 2011
edité over 4 years ago
Buying this is certain to cause confusion. Most copies of these are the remixed version with additional guitar and vocals from John Du Cann, but that's not the original. Yes, it's still B&C label and same catalog number, and the back cover is exactly the same on both versions, but the true original has a larger B&C logo on the label and the label is textured (that's funny, I swore this version had some of the songs switched around, I believe I did see a version on eBay with some of the songs swiped, like their cover of John Mayall's "Broken Wings" being on side two rather than side one). Even the remixed version will mention Vincent Crane, Nick Graham, and Carl Palmer, but no mention of newly added-on guitar and vocals from John Du Cann. You'll also know whether you have the original or not, is if Nick Graham is doing almost all the vocals, without any vocals from Du Cann (I suspect it was Vicent Crane doing the vocals to "Winter"), and there is almost no guitar. The remixed version was intended for U.S. release, but no U.S. record company showed interest in it (apparently not even Elektra). The remixed version instead was the one imported to the States (to the few record stores in the States at the time who were stocking imports in 1970, as I doubt too many American record stores were stocking imports much earlier than 1969). Actually I can understand why the album was remixed. The remixed version has more power and energy, additional guitar really helped big time, and just about anyone who heard both versions can agree, the remixed one is superior. For newbies, you're most likely have heard only the remixed, as that's most likely the version used for the various CD reissues.