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Hatfield and the North

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Dave Stewart

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Released: 2009
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Track Listing

01. The Stubbs Effect; 02. Big Jobs (Poo Poo Extract); 03. Going Up to People and Tinkling; 04. Calyx; 05. Son of "There's No Place Like Homerton"; 06. Aigrette; 07. Rifferama; 08. Foi De Rol; 09. Shaving Is Boring; 10. Licks for the Ladies; 11. Bossa Nochance; 12. Big Jobs No. 2 (by Poo and the Wee Wee); 13. Lobster in Cleavage Probe; 14. Gigantic Land Crabs in Earth Takeover Bid; 15. The Other Stubbs Effect; 16. Let's Eat Real Soon; 17. Fitter Stoke Has a Bath; 18. Your Majesty Is Like a Cream Donut incorporating Oh What a Lonely Lifetime.

Personnel

Dave Stewart
Dave Stewart

keyboards

Additional Personnel / Information

Dave Stewart (tastiere); Phil Miller (chitarre); Richard Sinclair (basso, voce); Pip Pyle (batteria); Amanda Parsons, Barbara Gaskin e Ann Rosenthal) (voce); Geoff Leigh (sax, flauto); Jeremy Baines (pixiephone); Robert Wyatt (voce).


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