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Slapp Happy

Sort Of (50th Anniversary Ed.) (LP)


*Limited edition of 500 copies.* In 1972, the left-wing intellectual film critic Uwe Nettelbeck suggested to Anthony Moore that he should write some (relatively speaking) straight songs. He took up the challenge, inviting his old school friend Peter Blegvad over to Hamburg to form the band Slapp Happy. They were joined for a session in Wümme by the young singer Dagmar Krause and Faust as their rhythm section; the recording became the album Sort Of. After getting the band back together for reunion shows in late 2016 and early 2017, Week-End Fest will painstakingly remaster and reissue Sort Of on its newly founded in-house label, Week-End Records, in honour of its 50th anniversary.

Cat. number: WE4
Year: 2022