Andwella were a Northern Irish psychedelic rock band formed in 1968, originally as The Method and later renamed Andwellas Dream. The trio were fronted by Dave Lewis (Guitar/keyboard/vocals), with Nigel Smith (bass/vocals) and Gordon Barton (drums).
Their first album, as Andwellas Dream, Love and Poetry, was recorded in London in 1968, and featured jazz musician Bob Downes on saxophone and flute, and Wilgar Campbell on drums on the track "Felix".:44 However, the album failed to sell, and Lewis then recorded a solo album, privately pressed, on the Ax label in 1970; which included new versions of some of the Andwella's Dream songs. Then in 1970 David Lewis wrote the music for and produced poet David Baxter's "Goodbye Dave" album, for which he was backed by Andwella.
With the addition of Dave McDougall on guitar and vocals, the band was renamed Andwella. This line-up issued World's End, before Dave Struthers replaced Nigel Smith on bass and Jack McCullock joined as drummer. This lineup recorded the bands' last album, People's People, in 1971, after which the band broke up in 1972.
Lewis later went on to write "Happy to Be on an Island in the Sun", recorded in the 1970s by Demis Roussos. wiki
Andwella - World's End
1. Hold On To Your Mind-03:49
4.I'm Just Happy To See You Get Her-02:55
5.Just How Long- 03:16
6.World's End (Part One).-05:17
7.World's End (Part Two)-03:23
8. Back To The Road-02:54
9. I Got A Woman-03:04
10. Reason For Living-03:38
11. Shadow Of The Night-03:15Доступно только для пользователей
Bass, Vocals — Nigel Smith (4)
Drums, Percussion — Gordon Barton
Guitar, Flute, Piano, Lead Vocals — David Lewis (5)
Piano, Organ, Vocals — Dave McDougall (2)Andwella - People's People
1.She Taught Me To Love- 03:02
3.The World Of Angelique-03:28
4. Mississippi Water-02:43
5. I've Got My Own-02:33
6.Are You Ready-03:48
7. Four Days In September-01:25
10.Behind The Painted Screen-03:33
11.All For You-02:20Доступно только для пользователей
Bass, Vocals — Dave Struthers
Engineer — Robin Cable
Percussion — Jack McCulloch
Piano, Organ — Dave McDougall (2)
+++++++++++++++++++++Andwella - World's End (1970) + People's People (1971)
Два редких старых альбома на одном редком новом компактеДоступно только для пользователей
Andwella (also known as Andwella's Dream and The Method) were an obscure UK/Irish band in London in 1969. Specialising in progressive rock, they were fronted by Dave Lewis from Northern Ireland, who went on to write Happy To Be An Island In The Sun that was recorded by and became an international hit for Demis Roussos.
They released three LPs: Love & Poetry (Reflection 1969), World's End (CBS 1970) and People's People (CBS 1971). Their track "World's End" was played frequently in the early 70's on the then-underground FM station out of Georgetown, WMAL. The original vinyl LP 'Love & Poetry' has for some time been a valuable collector's item.