Brand New / Sealed Vinyl! Officially Re-issued For The First Time In 49 Years & Limited To Only 500! Beautifully Housed In Gatefold Cover With Original Artwork & Liner Notes. Includes Insert With Farmyard Band Photos.
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Hailing from Wellington, the windy city and capital of New Zealand, Farmyard’s initial line up consisted of Rick White on bass and vocals, Tom Swainson on drums, Milton Parker on lead guitar, Andy Stevens on sax and Paul Curtis on rhythm guitar and lead vocals. Rick White who formed the band, and Milton Parker were originally in fledgling beat combo The Relics. After being kicked out of the Relics, Rick went on to form Tom Thumb. Tom Thumb moved from R&B, to pop, to progressive rock, and their 1970 Ludgate Hill EP is considered one of the first prog recordings in the country. Released by Polydor in early 1972, the self-produced ‘Back To Fronting’ was the second and final LP by Farmyard. They continued the prog sound of their impressive debut and added some blues / folk roots into the mix.
All In Your Head
Me, The Dog, Ma And Dear Old Dad
Nothing Happening Here
Too Much Wrong
Feeling Pretty Good
Looking For A Place