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The Intellectuals - Health & Happiness & Assorted Live Recordings 1985-90 Album

The Intellectuals - Health & Happiness & Assorted Live Recordings 1985-90 Album
Performer: The Intellectuals
Title: Health & Happiness & Assorted Live Recordings 1985-90
Country: Denmark
Genre: Rock
Style:Rock & Roll
Released: 08 Aug 2017
Catalog Number: FOLR 0817
Label: Fresh Oil/Loose Rock Records
MP3 album: 1673 mb
FLAC album: 1316 mb
TrackList
1 Health & Happiness
2 Get Off My Back4:07
3 Tender Care/Tender Touch4:09
4Turn Me Loose2:46
5 Assorted Live Recordings 1985-90
6Rags & Tatters2:23
7Drop Me a Line3:18
8Another Way To Retire3:22
9 No Crying Shame3:34
10Who's Had Enough3:16
11Taxi Driver4:49
12I May Be Wrong3:43
13 Weary Blues2:23
14 Strictly Confidential2:41
15Going Back To Bed With Betty4:24
16Blue & Tender3:09
17 You Won't Get Hurt3:36
18 Another Way To Retire5:18
19Strictly Confidential2:47
20Cry Alot3:11
21 Bound To Know3:28
22 Cry Alot3:56
23Still She's Standing2:33
24 Let Me Be Your Man2:24
Credits
  • Bass, Backing VocalsB.J. Laurie
  • Drums, Backing VocalsKlaus Thrane (tracks: 17-20), René Wulff (tracks: 13, 14, 16, 21)
  • Drums, Backing Vocals, PercussionFrank Thøgersen (tracks: 1-12, 15, 22)
  • HarmonicaJørgen Lang (tracks: 1, 2, 6-7)
  • Lead Guitar, Backing VocalsMichael Lee Rasmussen (tracks: 17-20)
  • Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals, PercussionLars Hybel (tracks: 1-16, 21-22)
  • Remastered ByJon Brændsgaard Toft
  • Vocals, GuitarNils Maaetoft a.k.a. M.T. Purse
Notes
2017 marks the 30th anniversary of the release of the Intellectuals’ second and final album, Health & Happiness, the follow-up to their 1986 debut, Half A-Live.

During the quartet’s five-year heyday, gigs usually ended with the engineer handing the band a cassette recording straight from the soundboard. Recently, band members rediscovered a cardboard box of these uncatalogued and previously unheard tapes with no indication of dates or venues.

Compiled from small club gigs, festival shows and radio sessions, each track epitomizes the energy, urgency and Devil-may-care attitude that defined the Intellectuals. This is straight ahead rock’n’roll from a time when streaming was something blood did in our veins and pedal boards looked stupid on stage.

To celebrate this auspicious anniversary, an even dozen rip-roaring, raw, unedited, live performances have been culled from this long-lost stash for your listening pleasure.

Al Jones, P3, Danmarks Radio, 1978 - 87