Red Dirt - Red Dirt Red Vinyl 2LP

Red Dirt - Red Dirt Red Vinyl 2LP

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Expected release 23/02/24 

LP 2 Red Vinyl


Death Letter


Song For Pauline /

Ten Seconds To Go

In the Morning

Maybe I'm Right

Summer Madness Laced In Newbald Gold

Death Of A Dream

Gimme A Shot

Brain Worker

I've Been Down So Long

Time To Move

Easy To Come By

Hard Times

For Q

Frustration Boogie

Dreams And Nightmare Of A Plastic Ringworm

From End To End

Yesterday And Today

The Circle Song

I'd Rather Go back 15 Years 

Tolly Cobald

Red Dirt were a blues band formed in East Yorkshire around 1968 comprised of Dave Richardson (vocals), Steve Howden (guitar), Kenny Giles (bass) and Steve Jackson (drums) who built up an impressive live reputation in clubs and venues in the North of England

They were subsequently signed to Morgan Blue Town. When released in 1970, on the Fontana label, their self-titled debut album sunk without trace and legend - or rumour - has it sold something like 100 copies. 'Red Dirt' is now a lost classic.

There is an element of the Doors Morrison Hotel period and a whiff of Captain Beefheart and The Magic Band in the rocking driving blues of tracks like "Death Letter" and "Problems". "Song For Pauline" on the other hand harks back to the Delta of Robert Johnston. There has been much speculation in recent years as to whether legendary record sleeve designer Barney Bubbles was responsible for the eye-catching sleeve image of a red indian with 4 bullet holes in his forehead dripping blood. The rear sleeve credits the design to Teenburger, Bubbles Notting Hill based company. As a number of people worked for Teenburger it is impossible to confrm if Bubbles had a hand in the sleeve design.