Gnidrolog - In Spite Of Harry's Toe-nail (1972)

"Just as good as their second album , the sound is even more aggrressive , still very much in the line of AUDIENCE (sadly over-looked prog group - even here ) with VDGG influences in the ambiances. Again here the longer numbers like Man Dead and Toenail provide plenty of of instrumental space for everyone to showcase their talent without being too demonstrative . Ther is not one weaker number on this absolutely masterful debut . I just wish that those very aggressive guitar chords in the opener and closer would fit better with the lyrics and singing - a very minor flaw." - Sean Trane-ProgArchives

- Colin Goldring / lead vocals, guitar, recorders, tenor sax, horn, harmonica
- Stewart Goldring / lead guitar, vocals
- Peter Cowling / bass, cello
- Nigel Pegrum / percussion, flute, oboe, piano

1. Long Live Man Dead (9:43)
2. Peter (3:26)
3. Snails (7:14)
4. Time And Space (7:30)
5. Who Spoke (2:22)
6. In Spite Of Harry's Toenail (9:23)

7. I Could Never Be a Soldier (6:36)
8. Social Embarrassment (12:18)

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