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It All Comes Back
(Scenescof SCOFCD 1005)
It All Comes Back
 
  1. Morocco (Green)
  2. It’s Going To Take Some Time
    (Carole King/Toni Stern)
  3. Look At Me (Stannard)
  4. It All Comes Back To Me (Stannard)
  5. Home To Stay (Whiteland/Stannard)
  6. Golden Thread (Stannard)
  7. Ain’t Always Easy (Stannard)
  1. Sparkle In Your Eye (Stannard)
  2. It’s Cold Outside (Stannard)
  3. One More Drink (Stannard)
  4. Sundown Waker (John Vaughan)
  5. We Are Today (Stannard)
  6. Kew Gardens (Ralph McTell)
  7. The Good Times We Had 
    (Noel Paul Stookey)
(Lyrics)

This collection spans 1970 to 1997 and features previously unissued recordings, including three songs featuring Linda Peters, a re-working of one of the songs from the first album, the B-side of the 1971 single, and one brand new song.

The CD is also available in Japan, released by Belle Antique of Shinjuku, Tokyo (MAR 98446). The CD is the American product, but an additional booklet, with information and song lyrics in Japanese, is included.

Morocco Written by Lyndon in 1971 after the group had been booked for a week’s residency at a holiday village near Asilah, south of Tangier. They must have used some very strange herbs in the dishes on the village menu!
Lead Vocal: Linda. Guitars: John & Lyndon.
It’s Going To Take Some Time The second of three tracks recorded with Linda. This Carol King song is one which she added to our repertoire.
Lead Vocal: Linda. Guitars: John & Lyndon. Bass: Amin. Drums: Graham Stott.
Look At Me Not so much a complete picture as a mass of little bits of what was going through John’s head at the time. How long does it take to grow up?
Lead Vocal: Linda. Guitars: John & Lyndon. Bass: Amin. Drums: Graham Stott.
It All Comes Back To Me Lynne and John revisit this song from the 1971 album, this time without the help of members from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Guitars: John & Lynne. Bass: John.
Home To Stay We thought we should have a brand new Tudor Lodge song on the CD. Within two days Lynne had written this song about a person so wrapped up in a fantasy love, she completely loses touch with reality — most profound!! Within a week it was arranged and recorded.
Guitars: John & Lynne. Bass: John
Golden Thread The first of five songs written and arranged by John, engineered by Mike Clements at TPA Studio, London and performed by John, with Tudor Lodge and other friends. This is a slightly confused love/not love song.
Acoustic guitars: John & Lyndon. Electric guitar: Jo Partridge. Bass: Amin. Drums: Graham Stott. Backing vocals: Tudor Lodge + friends.
Ain’t Always Easy A bit of fun — with some excellent electric guitar work by Jo Partridge.
Acoustic guitars: John & Lyndon. Electric guitar: Jo Partridge. Bass: Amin. Drums: Graham Stott. Backing vocals: Tudor Lodge + friends.
Sparkle In Your Eye A song of escape, again with tasteful electric guitar additions from Jo. The ending was inspired by some tomfoolery during a gig at the Crypt, St. Martins in the Field, Trafalgar Square, London — wonderful acoustics!
Acoustic guitars: John & Lyndon. Electric guitar: Jo Partridge. Bass: Amin. Drums: Graham Stott. Backing vocals: Tudor Lodge + friends.
It’s Cold Outside Jo’s mandolin introduces this song of hope. Sometimes love can be rekindled...
Acoustic guitars: John & Lyndon. Electric guitar: Jo Partridge. Bass: Amin. Drums: Graham Stott. Backing vocals: Tudor Lodge + friends.
One More Drink John wrote this song when the original group (John, Lyndon & Annie) reformed in 1980 and it was captured on tape at a reunion gig in High Wycombe, England. The recording was too poor to use so John, Lynne and Lyndon recreated it for this CD. Recording was done at John Mitchell’s Outhouse Studio, Reading, England.
Guitars: John & Lyndon. Bass: John.
Sundown Waker Written by John Vaughan, an American singer/songwriter who Lyndon worked with in Berlin during 1972. This was also recorded at the 1980 reunion gig. We used that recording but had to re-record much of it. Annie’s voice and flute are from 1980, the bass is new and the guitars and voices are a blend of old and new.
Guitars: John & Lyndon. Flute: Annie
We Are Today The last song from the TPA Studio session. This time, John passes the lead vocal over to Mike Silver, a long-time friend and writer/performer of many excellent songs, one of which, “Maybe It’s Just Love,” features on Let’s Talk.
Acoustic guitars: John & Lyndon. Electric guitar: Jo Partridge. Bass: Amin. Drums: Graham Stott. Backing vocals: Tudor Lodge + friends.
Kew Gardens Annie found this old recording made at Windsor Folk Club, probably in 1971. The quality is not so good but the tape reminded us of some of the songs we had forgotten about completely. This was usually our last song of the evening and also closed the 1971 album.
Guitars: John & Lyndon.
The Good Times We Had Recorded during the 1971 album sessions, this song was excluded from the album but was used as the B-side of the single. Rumour had it that the record company execs preferred it to the A-side.
Guitars: John & Lyndon. Flute: Annie. Bass: Danny Thompson. Drums: Terry Cox.

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