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Bardot - Witchfire (1977) Produced by Pip Williams

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Published on May 17, 2010

Released as a single back in 1977 and a track from the album "Rocking In Rhythm" is this song by Bardot called "Witchfire".

If you have ever heard and enjoyed the solo Graham Bonnet album he made back in 1977 with Pip Williams, you will love this as it is from the same era and style. BARDOT were a great trio of singer/songwriters who should have become Britain's answer to Crosby, Stills & Nash but what chance did they stand with the onslaught of punk rock. This was polished Soft Rock. Great songs and harmonies. I have ripped this from good condition vinyl and I hope you will enjoy it as much as I have over the years.

BARDOT were:- THE MAIN MEN

Ray McRiner Guitar, Vocals [wrote "Give The Lady Some Respect" and "Too Much Talking" for Sweet
Laurie Andrew Vocals
Chris Bradford Vocals [worked with Andy Scott on his solo singles]

THE MUSICIANS

Pip Williams Guitar
Frank Ricotti Drums [worked with BJH, Pet Shop Boys, Rick Wakeman, Gerry Rafferty, Chris Spedding, Leo Sayer, Sir Cliff Richard, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, Evelyn Thomas, Mike Batt, Bjork, Blood Sweat And Tears, Clannad, Curved Air, Roger Daltry, Julia Fordham, Peter Frampton, Elton John, Joe Jackson, Nick Kamen, Mark Knopfler, Meatloaf, Freddie Mercury, Van Morrison, and many many others.]
Geoff Westley Keyboards [played on "Level Headed" by Sweet
Dave Markee Bass
Bob Young Harmonica [Status Quo / Micky Moody related]
Michael Giles Drums

Ripped from good quality vinyl for your listening pleasure. The vinyl was centralized which means there was absolutely no side to side movement of the tone arm. This is usually the major flaw with vinyl as it causes a "WOWING" effect noticable to most audiophiles. It is caused by the hole not being entirely central and is more annoying than the occasional click in my opinion. Also in use on the Dual 505 Record Deck was a Platter Pad [a solid rubber, turntable mat, about 1 and a half cm thick] which no user of vinyl should be without. It enhances the sound no end!

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