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POEMSOUNDS - HAV 100  1972 George Harrap & Co ltd LP lyn 3132 UK pressing 

Music by John Lewis  Organ Piano

Nick Harrison Violin Recorders   ( who I believe was the String arranger on the Rolling Stones  Goat Heads Soup 

Stuart Pollack Guitar

Peter Rooke  Percussion 

An LP designed to aid the teaching of Poetry in Middle Schools from the early 70s -  thoroughly odd in places - With strange  freaky folk  passages and  dark undercurrents  . Even in the early 70s I’m guessing this could have made for a fairly disturbing  English lesson .  

Possibly used in detention for particularly troublesome pupils .

Similar perhaps to  The Barrow Poets curious LPs on ARGO  or the Drama Workshop /BBC radiophonic Workshop The seasons LP -  There is a touch of the Wicker Man soundtrack  or Children of the stone / Owl Service  Childrens 70s TV shows .There is a soundclip on the rather fine  toys and techniques Blog site. 


Needless to say this is  ridiculously rare !

SLEEVE EXCELLENT  VINYL is VERY GOOD There is a light mark across bands 3 and 4 side one

which does sound as a light click here and there 

Side One

1a Winter weather

  b The flight of the year

2a Rain

 b Ronda

 c Lark

3a Eskimo song

 b Childrens song

 c  Snow

 d I wonder why

4 The hero

5a A removal from Terry Street

 b They say there are strange pools

 c Tinker’s wife

6a Poem about the sun slinking off

 b Reckless

7 Town Beautiful

8a The forge

  b House for sale

Side 2

1a  Walls

  b I may be silent but ...

  c  The Maranouchi Building

2    Bold Jack Donahoe

3 a Red Piano

  b Warning

4 Fourteen ways of touching the peter

5 a Post office clerk

 b Bucket

 c Railings

6 The Meadow Mouse

7a Hooligans

  b The blue dog

8 Mr Bailey’s farm

9 a Game’s end

 b Fear of the dark

 c very very quietly

 d End of a holiday

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