BBC Sessions - Marmalade Reviews
Description:Audio CD: 7 Jun 2004 / Label: Castle
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by - written on 05/06/13 (Very useful, 56 readings)
MARMALADE Marmalade were formed in 1966 in Scotland. They were one of several successful groups who tried to find chart success with their own more adventurous, slightly psychedelic-flavoured songs, but had to bow to record company pressure and record other peoples' material, using session musicians, in order to find hits. Increasingly frustrated with the situation, in 1969 they changed record labels under a new deal that guaranteed them ultimate musical control over future releases. With regular personnel changes from 1971 onwards and diminishing sales, they disbanded a couple of years later, regrouped with a new line-up in 1976. Despite only one hit single ... Read the complete review
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