Marigold Conjunction

Album: Stackridge (1971)

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  • This lengthy song displays the Stackridge's love of intricate wordplay and a deceptively catchy musical counterpoint. It earned them criticism as being a little TOO reminiscent of John Lennon and Paul McCartney's songwriting. Stackridge was a British band and The Beatles were a big influence. >>
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    Ade - London, England

Comments: 1

  • Dave from Cardiff, WalesJames Warren and Andy Cresswell-Davies, who went on to form The Korgis, the band known for their 1980 worldwide hit "Everybody's Got To Lear Sometime", were among the original members of Stackridge
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