HONEYBUS, For Where Have You Been: The Lost Tracks (HPR-038/ MAPA0014LP) Vinyl only!!
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** Rare tracks compiled on vinyl for the first time
** Liner notes by Thomas Walsh with archive photos
In March 1968, "I Can't Let Maggie Go" became the third Honeybus single and the one which would ensure their place in the history books. The single hit number 8 in the UK and became a huge hit worldwide, but by summer 1969 the band had virtually called it a day. However, at Terry Noon's insistence (the band’s manager), the group completed an album's worth of new material. The album called Story was eventually released without much promotion in February 1970, by which time Honeybus was no more. The classic Honeybus line-up of Pete Dello, Colin Hare, Ray Cane and Pete Kirchner got back together again in 1971 to record new material, and although a new album was scheduled to be released (the mythical Recital, released for the first time as part of the Honeybus Vinyl Series), only two singles finally emerged. This collection gathers together for the first time on vinyl all those lost recordings, including the rare Bell single which B side gives this LP its title.
1.- Texas Gold
2.- Hear Me Only
3.- Madam Chairman Of The Committee
4.- Jug Of Water
5.- Slow Rock
6.- Proof Enough
1.- Lovely Ladies'N'Things
4.- Like Me Like You Used To Do
5.- In My End Is My Beginning
6.- She Is The Female To My Soul
7.- For Where Have You Been