Saturday, 7 July 2018

Larry Wallis (Shagrat,Pink Fairies,Motorhead,Blodwyn Pig,UFO) "Police Car - On Parole" single 7" 1977 + "Leather Forever - Seeing Double" single 7" 1986 UK Hard Rock,Power Pop,Pub Rock


Larry Wallis (Shagrat,Pink Fairies,Motorhead,Blodwyn Pig,UFO) "Police Car - On Parole" single 7" 1977 +  "Leather Forever - Seeing Double" single 7" 1986  UK Hard Rock,Power Pop,Pub Rock
Larry Wallis  “Police Car” 1977  single 7"  UK Hard Rock on google+
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full two singles on youtube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xkd6DCq-Org


Larry Wallis  “Police Car” 1977  single 7" another version on vk

https://vk.com/wall312142499_11096


Shagrat

Steve Peregrin Took and Mick Farren formed Shagrat with Wallis and his ex-Entire Sioux Nation bandmate Taylor in February 1970. (Previously, Took and Farren had been with Twink and girlfriend Sally “Silver Darling” Melzer had been in a prototype Pink Fairies lineup. Twink and Melzer left the band and in late January 1970, Twink formed Pink Fairies Mark 2 with Farren’s former bandmates from The Deviants who had just returned to Britain after having previously sacked Farren in Canada in late 1969, leaving Farren bandless and then found themselves stranded in North America for several months.) Very soon though, Farren left after having a falling-out with Took. 

Shagrat thus became Took’s band outright. Took, Wallis and Taylor were joined by drummer Phil Lenoir, formerly of Black Cat Bones. This lineup recorded three tracks at Strawberry Studios in Stockport played one gig at the Phun City Festival in July 1970 before Taylor and Lenoir left. Took and Wallis carried on with drummer Dave Bidwell and in early 1971 the trio recorded four acoustic Took songs. All seven tracks were released in the early 1990s on limited edition vinyl and were later compiled together on the CD Lone Star in 2001 by Japanese label Captain Trip Records,[4] later re-released in 2016 on Cleopatra Records with bonus tracks from the 1972 sessions .


Blodwyn Pig, Took and UFO

Wallis then joined Blodwyn Pig, which changed its name to Lancaster’s Bombers (later shortened to Lancaster) with Jack Lancaster. They were a short-lived band although they toured supporting Yes in 1971. 

In February 1972, Wallis joined UFO, but left in October 1972, after a tour by Europe. Wallis did not record with the band, although a bootlegged live recording of a UFO performance featuring Wallis is known to exist, as does a black and white kinescope print of a live set on French TV show Rock En Stock.

Sometime during 1972 Wallis recorded sessions with Steve Peregrin Took at Took’s basement flat in Mayfair. These very casual sessions contain appearances by Twink, Mick Wayne, Duncan Sanderson, and almost certainly Syd Barrett.[citation needed] Material from these sessions was released in 1995 as The Missing Link To Tyrannosaurus Rex, a posthumous Took solo album on Cleopatra Records

The Pink Fairies

In November 1972, Wallis joined the Pink Fairies, substituting for Mick Wayne. The band released an album Kings of Oblivion which contained mostly Wallis-penned tracks.[6] The band played with an extended line-up for a special gig in July 1975. Several years later, in 1982, their only live performance was released as Live at the Roundhouse 1975. In 1991, it was reissued under the name At the Roundhouse/Previously Unreleased, comprising the original live album, plus additional songs by Larry Wallis from 1984, and an EP by Twink from 1977.

Motörhead

While still a member of the Pink Fairies, in May 1975 Wallis joined a new band called Motörhead with Lemmy and Lucas Fox. In September 1975 Fox left the band and Motörhead recruited a new drummer, Phil “Philthy Animal” Taylor. Wallis recorded an album with the band, On Parole. It remained unreleased until 1979 when Motörhead had established some reputation for themselves. In February 1976 Wallis was joined by “Fast” Eddie Clarke on guitar. Later in the same month Wallis left Motörhead.Wallis remained with Pink Fairies, which continued as a trio, until July 1976 when they gained additional guitarist, Martin Stone. In September 1976 the band released a single, “Between The Lines”/“Spoiling For A Fight” on Stiff Records. Four months later in January 1977 the band split up. In the same month Wallis guested at a one-off gig with members of Thin Lizzy and Rat Scabies of The Damned.

Steve Took

During 1975 and 1976 Wallis did further recording work with Took although none of these sessions have been released to date. Wallis was present, by chance, at Pathway Studios on 29 November 1977 when Steve Took’s Horns recorded material which would eventually be released in 2004.

Stiff Records - performer and producer

Wallis then became an in-house producer at Stiff Records. He released a solo single, “Police Car”/“On Parole” produced by Nick Lowe, and backed by two members of Eddie And The Hot Rods; bassist Paul Gray, and drummer Steve Nicol. As well as appearing on a compilation album A Bunch of Stiff Records, Wallis was part of an ad hoc line-up called The Takeaways which included: Dave Edmunds, Nick Lowe and Sean Tyla. Wallis took part in the Live Stiffs Tour in 1977 and appears as ‘Larry Wallis’ Psychedelic Rowdies’ on the album, Live Stiffs Live, that was released later that year. 

Wallis also produced albums for a number of Stiff Records artists including The Adverts and Mick Farren’s EP Screwed Up (November 1977) and album Vampires Stole My Lunch Money (August 1978). His song, “As Long As The Price is Right”, first appeared on Dr. Feelgood’s 1977 album, Be Seeing You; and a live version of the track was later issued as a single in April 1979.

Farren,MC5, collaborations and his own bands

In September 1978, Wallis became a member of another Farren project Mick Farren & The Good Guys; featuring Mick Farren (vocals), Andy Colquhoun (guitar), Willy Stallybrass (harmonica), Gary Tibbs (bass) and Alan (Hawkwind) Powell (drums). 

In March 1979 Wallis joined ex-MC5 band member Wayne Kramer, Andy Colquhoun and George Butler for a series of live gigs. 

In February 1982 Wallis formed Larry Wallis & The Death Commandos of Love with Johnny Reverb on guitar, Big George Webley on bass and Jim Toomey on drums. This line up was short lived and Wallis soon began playing a regular series of gigs, mostly at Dingwalls, with a line up completed by Duncan Sanderson, Andy Colquhoun and George Butler, This line up began life as 'The Police Cars’, playing a Christmas gig as The Police Sleighs before using a large number of aliases such as The Pearl Divers Of Death, The Starry Smoothounds, The Knob Artists, The Death Commandoes of Love, The Donut Dunkers Of Death (as support to The Deviants - actually the same band with Mick Farren of vocals) before settling on the more permanent Love Pirates of Doom. This line up lasted up until the 1987 Pink Fairies reunion, though in '86 Sanderson was replaced by another bassist called Tony. 

In 1984 Wallis was once again working with Mick Farren who resurrected The Deviants name to record a live album Human Garbage featuring Mick Farren on vocals, Wayne Kramer and Wallis on guitar, Duncan Sanderson on bass and vocals, and George Butler on drums….wiki…~





Larry Wallis ‎ “Police Car - On Parole"1977 simgle 7” 1977

Tracklist 
Police Car 3:18 
On Parole 3:09 


Larry Wallis ‎   “Leather Forever - Seeing Double” single 7" 1986 

Tracklist 
A1 Leather Forever
B1 Seeing Double




Discography 

Albums with the Pink Fairies, The Deviants and Mick Farren
Pink Fairies – Kings of Oblivion – June 1973
Pink Fairies – Flashback – July 1975 (compilation)
Mick Farren and the Deviants – Screwed Up – November 1977 (EP produced by Wallis)
Mick Farren – Vampires Stole My Lunch Money – August 1978 (produced by Wallis)
Pink Fairies – Live at the Roundhouse 1975 – June 1982
Pink Fairies – Previously Unreleased – 1982
The Deviants – Human Garbage – 1984
Pink Fairies – Kill 'Em and Eat 'Em – 1987
Pink Fairies – At the Roundhouse/Previously Unreleased – 1991
The Deviants – Fragments of Broken Probes – 1998 with Jack Lancaster, Andy Colquhoun
The Deviants – The Deviants Have Left the Planet – 1999, with Jack Lancaster

Albums with the 'Live Stiffs’ package
Stiffs Live – 1978 - Larry Wallis’ Psychedelic Rowdies - “Police Car”, and with Nick Lowe - “I Knew the Bride” and “Let’s Eat" 

As a member of Motörhead
On Parole – 1979
A French Single
"Leather Forever” – 1980's 

Albums with On The Beach
Escape From Oil City – 1991 album shared with Canvey Island All Stars with Lee Brilleaux and Phil Mitchell
12 inch EP as Larry Wallis and the Redbyrds
Truth, Justice and a Wholesome Packed Lunch – Shagrat Records, distributed by Pyg Track, 1991 

Albums with The Stranglers and Friends
Live in Concert – 1995 

Solo Albums
Death in the Guitarfternoon - 2001 

Various Artists
A Bunch of Stiff Records - 1977 - one track by The Takeaways - “Food”
What’s In the Pub in 1996 - 1995 - one track by Wallis, “Touch and Go" 

Albums produced by Larry Wallis
Wreckless Eric – A Louder Silence – 1977
Wreckless Eric – Wreckless Eric – 1978 (Wallis also plays guitar) 


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