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Patto (2)Patto

Label:Vertigo – 6360 016, Vertigo – 6360016
Vinyl, LP, Album
Style:Prog Rock, Hard Rock


A1The Man
A2Hold Me Back
A3Time To Die
A4Red Glow
B1San Antone
B2Government Man
B3Money Bag
B4Sittin' Back Easy

Companies, etc.



Textured card gatefold sleeve printed and made by Howards Printers (Slough) Ltd.
Track B4 wrongly credits ' Patton '

First on label, second on back cover and spine.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 6360 016 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, runout, stamped, variant 1): 6360016 1Y//2∇420 1 1 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, runout, stamped, variant 1): 6360016 2Y//3∇420 1 1 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, runout, stamped, variant 2): 6360016 1Y//2∇420 1 1 3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, runout, stamped, variant 2): 6360016 2Y//3∇420 1 1 6

Other Versions (5 of 29)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Patto (LP, Album)Vertigo, Vertigo, Vertigo6360 016, 6360016, 6360.016France1970
New Submission
Patto (LP, Album)Vertigo6360 016 DGermany1970
New Submission
Patto (LP, Album, Stereo)VertigoVEL1001Canada1970
New Submission
Patto (LP, Album)Vertigo6360 016Australia1970
New Submission
Patto (LP, Album)Vertigo, Vertigo6360 016, 6360016New Zealand1970


OkoSu's profile picture
Edited one year ago
Hard rock or prog rock (as it is labeled here at release page) that fit Vertigo label it ain't. Vocal is ridiculous - sounds as it was recorded while the vocalist was trying to release himself during opstipation (improves a bit towards the end of the album - but that improvement's only enough for not calling it ridiculous). The album sounds like an inept mixture of straight rock of the era and something that could be called pub rock or whatever (but calling it that way is only a try to give at least some explanation to the undescribable whole); even one or two (probably unintentional) rural/country rock moves are thrown in somewhere at side one. Jazz improvisation in Money Bag (as the track in general does) gives you an urgent need to make immediate calls to fellow collectors and beg them to swap this one for ANY proper psych/prog record. A couple of worthy guitar minutes - that's all (but mostly DEADLY annoying). Ugly cover art too.
marcelrecords's profile picture
Patto shows us that driving and heavy can be gorgeous weapons, if only the right men handle them. Almost every track is a winner and it is hard to understand why this wasn't instantly world-famous when it came out. Loaded with emotion, highly expressive, still no frills and tricks anywhere, quite a feat. The mean time/measure changes in Time to die, the pushing harmonies on Hold me back, the world-record pace and anarchy of San Antone, are just a few points in case. Masculine and mature, this album puts a whole bunch of much better selling bands to shame.