In Spite Of Harry's Toe-Nail - Gnidrolog - SF 8261

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In Spite Of Harry’s Toe-Nail – Gnidrolog SF 8261

A1 Long Live Man Dead
A2 Peter
A3 Snails
B1 Time And Space
B2 Who Spoke
B3 In Spite Of Harry's Toenail

Gnidrolog was a British progressive rock band, with a sound that was compared to better known bands such as Van der Graaf Generator, Jethro Tull and Gentle Giant.

The band was founded in 1969 by twin brothers Colin and Stewart Goldring, who were joined by drummer Nigel Pegrum from Spice (the band that would later evolve into Uriah Heep) and Peter "Mars" Cowling on bass. They came up with the strange band name by reversing and slightly rearranging the brothers' surname.

‘In Spite of Harry's Toenail’ is their debut studio album, recorded and released in 1972 on the RCA label.

This rare LP is in excellent condition (RRPG EX) apart from two light scratches on Side A causing audible ticks in quiet passages. Similarly, Side 2 has light scratch on Track 2 causing audible ticks but is otherwise in EX condition. Has been tested.

The cover is a gatefold textured sleeve and is in VG condition with light ring wear, edge wear and a somewhat rubbed spine.
Records graded to RRPG grades (record/sleeve). We recommend the record is cleaned by a professional to maximise the sound quality.

Item details

Band/artist(s):
Gnidrolog
Catalogue number:
SF 8261
Condition:
Excellent
Genre:
Rock
Label:
RCA
Sleeve condition:
Very good

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In Spite Of Harry’s Toe-Nail – Gnidrolog SF 8261

A1 Long Live Man Dead
A2 Peter
A3 Snails
B1 Time And Space
B2 Who Spoke
B3 In Spite Of Harry's Toenail

Gnidrolog was a British progressive rock band, with a sound that was compared to better known bands such as Van der Graaf Generator, Jethro Tull and Gentle Giant.

The band was founded in 1969 by twin brothers Colin and Stewart Goldring, who were joined by drummer Nigel Pegrum from Spice (the band that would later evolve into Uriah Heep) and Peter "Mars" Cowling on bass. They came up with the strange band name by reversing and slightly rearranging the brothers' surname.

‘In Spite of Harry's Toenail’ is their debut studio album, recorded and released in 1972 on the RCA label.

This rare LP is in excellent condition (RRPG EX) apart from two light scratches on Side A causing audible ticks in quiet passages. Similarly, Side 2 has light scratch on Track 2 causing audible ticks but is otherwise in EX condition. Has been tested.

The cover is a gatefold textured sleeve and is in VG condition with light ring wear, edge wear and a somewhat rubbed spine.
Records graded to RRPG grades (record/sleeve). We recommend the record is cleaned by a professional to maximise the sound quality.

Band/artist(s):
Gnidrolog
Catalogue number:
SF 8261
Condition:
Excellent
Genre:
Rock
Label:
RCA
Sleeve condition:
Very good

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