180 gram 12 vinyl plus bonus 7 single, featuring extensive sleevenotes. Active for roughly four years at the end of the Sixties, Angel Pavement released just two singles in their lifetime - 'Baby You've Gotta Stay' b/w 'Green Mello Hill' in October 1969, followed by 'Tell Me What I've Got To Do' b/w 'When Will I See June Again' in January 1970. Despite numerous high-quality recordings being made at Morgan Studios in Willesden, north-west London, the group failed to obtain a release for their intended album, Socialising With Angel Pavement. Here we reconstruct that LP - initially slated to appear in August 1970 - for the first time.
|Side 1 : The Man In The Shop On The Corner|
|Side 2 : Hey Grandma|
Vinyl release of Angel Pavement - Socialising With Angel Pavement. Released through MORGAN BLUE TOWN and available on LP.
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Cat No: BT5019
Packaging: LP Regular
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