Label: Glass Fish Records - 88561-8083-1,Relativity - 88561-8083-1 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Indie Rock
Nightride To Trinidad - Robyn Hitchcock - Groovy Decoy (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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Vinyl NM. Cover NM. Four years after its release, Robyn Hitchcock pulled Groovy Decay from circulation, replacing it with Groovy Decoy, an alternate version of the record assembled mainly from demos he recorded with Soft Boys bassist Matthew Seligman; the album included some versions that are identical to the Decay material, as well as a.

ROBYN HITCHCOCK Groovy Decoy ( UK track LP, a re-worked version of Groovy Decay, featuring demo versions of many of the album's songs & resequenced, picture sleeve variant with merchandise insert. The sleeve is excellent & the vinyl looks barely played CHIME).

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  1.  ·  · On this date in , Robyn Hitchcock released his second solo album since the break-up of The Soft Boys. It was entitled Groovy contained the singles, "America" and "Night Ride To Trinidad".He didn't like some of the tracks so he re-released the album in through a different record company and changed some of the tracks.

  2.  · A "Disco mix" of the song, produced by Dan Discovert, was released on the 12" single of Nightride to Trinidad; and this version was included on Groovy Decoy. Lance LaSalle, .

  3. Groovy Decay / Groovy Decoy / Gravy Deco. An album with a reputation for being below par. Initially issued as Groovy Decay, produced by Steve Hillage. Hitchcock was unsatisfied and quickly recorded new versions of several of the songs with Matthew Seligman producing. Three years later these were issued in an overhauled edition of the album, now.

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