STACK WADDY - Bugger Off - Cherry red, 1972, 5 bonus


Stack Waddy's second and final studio album 'Bugger Off'. Originally released in 1972 John Peel favourites Stack Waddy were a raucous rock'n'roll 4-piece from Manchester who were signed to the late DJ's Dandelion Records in the early 70's. This release also includes the 'lost' BBC Peel Session of 1972!

Bugger Off / Rosalyn / Willie The Pimp / Hoochie Coochie Man / It's All Over Now / Several Yards (Foxtrot) / You Really Got Me / I'm A Lover Not A Fighter / Meat Pies Ave Come But Band's Not Here Yet / It Ain't Easy / Long Tall Shorty (Mainly) / Repossession Boogie / Girl From Ipanema Bonus Tracks: Bbc Session - Peel (18/2/72) John Peel (intro) / Mama Keep Your Big Mouth Shut / Repossession Boogie / Lawdy Miss Clawdy...Meets Sooty 'N Sweep! / Jack & Jill Meet Blind Pugh On The Spot?? / John Peel (Outro) Dandelion Records Sampler: There Is Some Fun Going Forward / Mama Keep Your Big Mouth Shut