Saturday, July 21, 2007

Andwella

"World's End" 1970





















Andwella (also known as Andwella's Dream and The Method) were an obscure UK/Irish band in London in 1969. Specialising in progressive rock, they were fronted by Dave Lewis from Northern Ireland, who went on to write Happy To Be An Island In The Sun that was recorded by and became an international hit for Demis Roussos.

They released three LPs: Love & Poetry (Reflection 1969), World's End (CBS 1970) and People's People (CBS 1971). Their track "World's End" was played frequently in the early 70's on the then-underground FM station out of Georgetown, WMAL. The original vinyl LP 'Love & Poetry' has for some time been a valuable collector's item.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for prompt upload.
Lucy

21 July, 2007 00:58  
Blogger andre said...

Hello
I am not a big Fan from Andwellas Dream but this on is very good.Many Thanks
Andre

21 July, 2007 01:18  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I thought I was going to have a heart attack when I saw this one. I've been searching for a copy for years and years (I found a used vinyl copy several years ago, but the sound is quite bad). The title cut from this is one of my all-time favorites and the prospect of hearing it the way I remember it has me SOOOOOOO excited. I can't thank you enough!

28 July, 2007 21:40  
Blogger Omar said...

hi,
I like this album very much because I have listened to one of its tracks "Back On The Road" and it is still haunting me. But try as I might I have failed to locate the download link. Please help!
Papillon

15 July, 2010 03:46  

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