Tudor LodgeTudor Lodge

Label:Vertigo – 6360 043
Vinyl, LP, Album
Style:Folk Rock


A1It All Comes Back To Me
Arranged ByLyons*
A2Would You Believe?
Arranged ByLyons*
Arranged ByLyons*
A4Two Steps Back
Written-By, Arranged BySteuart*
A5Help Me Find Myself
A6Nobody's Listening
Arranged ByLyons*
B1Willow Tree
Arranged ByLyons*
Written-BySteuart*, Stannard*, Green*
Arranged ByLyons*
B3I See A Man
B4The Lady's Changing Home
Written-ByStannard*, Green*
Written-By, Arranged ByGreen*
B6Kew Gardens

Companies, etc.



Released in an elaborate fold-out cover. It opens into six panels, from which the top panels left and right are die-cut. The surface is structured.

Some copy has promo sticker.

There is a widely distributed counterfeit on the market that can be identified by a) the matrix numbers 6360043 A 11 S1 (A-side) and 6360043 B 1 S1 (B-side), b) the missing 'Vertigo' below the swirl on the front cover and c) the missing structure of the gimmix cover. Sometimes this one comes with a photocopied inner sleeve. More information see

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 6360 043 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 1): 6360043 1Y//1 ▽ 420 1 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 1): 6360043 2Y//1 ▽ 420 1 1 3 04
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped, variant 2): 6360043 1Y//1 ▽ 420 1 1 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped, variant 2): 6360043 2Y//1 ▽ 420 1 1 2 04

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Tudor Lodge (LP, Album, Promo, Reissue)Vertigo6360 043UK1971
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Tudor Lodge (LP, Album)Vertigo6360 043New Zealand1971
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Tudor Lodge (LP, Album, Reissue)Zap!Zap 4UK1988
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Tudor Lodge (LP, Album, Repress)Repertoire RecordsRR 2064-LXGermany1990
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Tudor Lodge (CD, Album, Reissue)Repertoire RecordsRR 4064-CXGermany1990


  • leonthepro's avatar
    Edited one month ago
    I would just like to say that I agree with black-shuck here in that the music is good overall but qualify that by saying those tracks written by Stannard are all great ones while the rest mostly mediocre. Dont agree with the first 2 commenters.
    • black-shuck's avatar
      rarely has a complex masterpiece like this attracted so many negative reviews, the lp is a beautiful, intelligent, brilliantly arranged, understated, and ultimately gentle work. the compositions are gorgeous, with exquisite musicianship including the likes of danny thompson, flutes, percussion, an intelligent use of space and mood. its rare to find an lp that has this particular air of gentle refinement and its that that seems to cause the negative and puzzled reactions from collectors who should listen solely to hanoi rocks, only an ignoramus would think that every prog lp must have histrionic hammond and a peter hammill wailing about gas exploding in space. typically these reviewers single out "willow tree" as the best, just because it has a bit of phasing! ye gods, do you think every lp should sound like leaf hound or judas priest? do you think that music that doesnt affect a psychotic mood cannot be prog? if you cant find merits in understated craftsmanship such as this lp stick to hair-metal. and this lp is just as complex as gracious or gnidrolog but thankfully in a different way, its the difference in bands that makes for exciting and interesting listening, and there are hundreds more bands playing in classic prog style than those that bravely use refinement, understament and an arcadian beauty in their music. the lp is as musically ravishing as the cover. in other words, fucking A1 lodge-meisters. those who like this lp, love it. those that dont are very limited in their ability to listen, interpret and understand.
      • vinyltragic's avatar
        I found a lovely pristine copy of this in a local antique shop a couple of years ago, but have agree with Imaxandco that whilst the packaging is wonderful - and very much of its time - that the music is underwhelming; rather like a wetter Moody Blues - if such a thing is possible! I'm pretty chuffed that it's a collectible thing and worth rather a lot more than the $5 I paid, but will probably keep it because of the artwork and nifty fold-out sleeve. No logic here of course, but hey - I AM a vinyl tragic!
        • Imaxandco's avatar
          Edited 6 years ago
          Very overrated album in my opinion, with the exception of the track "Willow Tree" which remains one of the most beautiful folk track ever recorded. Rest of the album is not very exciting.



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