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Sunday, 6 May 2018

Majority One “ Majority One"1971 UK Psych Pop Rock


Majority One “ Majority One"1971 UK Psych Pop Rock
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Biography 
Began as The Mustangs in Hull, they renamed themselves The Majority and moved to London, where they released eight singles for Decca before renaming themselves Majority One in 1968. At the end of ‘68, they were backing Barry Ryan on his top ten hit "Eloise”. Their first single was “Charlotte Rose”, written by George Alexander from Grapefruit. Their most successful one was “Because I Love” in 1971. Their highly melodic songs evoke everything from 60s-era Bee Gees and Moody Blues, to haunting McCartney-like balladry, yet Majority One were still able to forge a distinctive sound based on these impeccable influences.




Larry Graham (Graham Wigley) - Vocals 
Rob Long - Rhythm Guitar, Vocals 
Peter Mizen - Lead Guitar, Vocals 
Walter Andrews - Bass 
Iain Sutherland - Drums, Percussion 
Chris Kelly - Drums, Percussion, Vocals
















Tracklist 
A1 Feed Back 3:30 
A2 Rainbow Rocking Chair 2:25 
A3 A Cigarette A Cup Of Tea 2:50 
A4 I Nearly Died 2:45 
A5 Looks Like Rain 2:45 
A6 Glass Image 2:40 
B1 Because I Love 2:20 
B2 Love Came Today 2:35 
B3 Depths Of My Mind 2:20 
B4 I Don’t Mind The Rain 3:10 
B5 I See Her Everywhere 2:30 
B6 Roger La Frite 5:50 
B7 Revelation 0:25 

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