The song 'The Liberty Laughing Song' by Roger Ruskin Spear has a tempo of 92 beats per minute (BPM) on 'Electric Shocks +'.
Roger Ruskin Spear (born 29 June 1943 in Hammersmith, London) is a t (saxophones, clarinet, piano, guitars, percussion) who was a member of the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band. After Spear dissolved his jazz band "New Jungle Orchestra" at the end of 1964, he joined the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band. He wrote such songs as "Shirt", "Tubas in the Moonlight" and "Trouser Press". He is known for his robot creations, and the theremin leg – in "Noises for the Leg", amongst other tunes.
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Ruskin Spear, CBE, RA (30 June 1911 – 17 January 1990) was an English painter. Born in Hammersmith, Spear attended the local art school before going on to the Royal College of Art in 1930. He began his teaching career at Croydon School of Art, going on to teach at the Royal College of Art from 1948 to 1975. Initially influenced by Walter Sickert and the Camden Town Group, and the portraiture of the Euston Road School, his work often has a narrative quality, with elements of humour and gentle satire.
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Former Bonzo and avowed musical loon Spear had original Yes guitarist Peter Banks among the guests on 1972’s Electric Shocks, newly restored here with its 1973 sequel Unusual with Esoteric’s customary loving care. The first now includes the Rebel Trouser four-track EP that was his first solo offering.
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|1||All By Yourself In The Moonlight
Bass Guitar, Saxophone, Trumpet, Trombone, Electric Piano – Roger Ruskin SpearBass Saxophone – Thunderclap Newman*Drums – Arran RoeFeaturing – The Acme Brass Band, The Putney Male Voice ChoirGuitar – Jerry GardinerGuitar [Fuzz] – Graham PreskettWritten-By – Jay Wallis
|2||I'm A Fly
Bass Guitar, Saxophone [Sugary Saxes], Vocals, Kazoo, Celesta – Roger Ruskin SpearBass Saxophone, Kazoo – Thunderclap Newman*Drums – Arran RoeGuitar – Jerry GardinerPiano – Dave GlassonSpoons – Sam SpoonsViolin – Graham Preskett
Bass Guitar – George Alexander Drums – Danny MihmEffects [Doing] – Bob HallEffects [Pardon / Mattresses] – Chris Glass Guitar – Cyril Jordan, James FerrellSaxophone, Vocals, Organ, Trumpet – Roger Ruskin SpearVocals – Chris Wilson
|4||Blue Baboon (Or I Know A Rhino)
Bass Guitar – Dave ClagueDrums – Arran Roe, Chris WelchGuitar – Roy Hollingworth, Steve WallerGuitar [Lead] – Peter BanksPiano, Bass Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Organ, Bells, Glockenspiel, Electric Piano – Roger Ruskin SpearViolin – Graham Preskett
|5||The Liberty Laughing Song
Bass Guitar, Violin, Twelve-string Guitar, Piano – Graham PreskettDrums – Chris WelchPiano, Tenor Saxophone, Vocals, Performer [Jokes And Other Rubbish] – Roger Ruskin SpearSteel Guitar – B.J. Cole*
Bass Guitar – Dave ClagueDrums – Arran Roe, Chris WelchEffects [Telephone Effects] – Chris Glass Guitar – Roy Hollingworth, Steve WallerGuitar [Lead] – Peter BanksPiano, Bass Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Trombone, Vocals, Organ, Performer [Scalpel] – Roger Ruskin SpearVocals [Gasps] – Roger C. Mitchell
Bass Guitar, Guitar [12-string] – Graham PreskettDrums – Chris WelchEffects [Effects Assistant] – Chris Glass Piano, Tenor Saxophone, Vocals, Performer [V.f.o. Morse Key] – Roger Ruskin SpearSteel Guitar – B.J. Cole*
|8||Make Yourself A Happiness Pie
Bass Guitar – Dave ClagueDrums – Chris WelchEffects – Chris Glass Guitar – Steve WallerPiano, Bass Clarinet, Clarinet [B Flat] – Roger Ruskin SpearViolin – Graham PreskettVocals [Vocal Refrain] – Roger C. MitchellWritten-By – Frank Perkins, Steve Nelson
Backing Vocals, Handclaps – Thunderclap Newman*, Arran RoeBass Guitar – Dave ClagueDrums – Chris WelchGuitar – Barrie Wentzell, Roy Hollingworth, Steve WallerHandclaps – Dave GlassonTenor Saxophone, Bass Guitar, Vocals [Screaming], Backing Vocals, Handclaps, Performer [Auto-clapping Machine] – Roger Ruskin SpearViolin – Graham PreskettWritten-By – Lionel Bart
- Artwork [Artistic Interference] – Pierre Tubbs
- Backing Vocals [Vocal Harmonies] – Ken Barry , Maggie Stredder, Nick Curtis
- Engineer – Bob Hall, Chris Glass
- Featuring – The Flamin' Groovies (tracks: A3)
- Photography By – Chris Welch, Nevis Cameron, Tom Browne
- Producer, Arranged By – Roger Ruskin Spear
- Written-By – Roger Ruskin Spear
NotesCompilation of Electric Shocks Album and Rebel Trouser EP
|UAG 29381||Roger Ruskin Spear||Electric Shocks (LP, Album)||United Artists Records||UAG 29381||UK||1972|
|ECLEC 2463||Roger Ruskin Spear||Electric Shocks (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Esoteric Recordings||ECLEC 2463||UK||2014|
|UA-LA097-F||Roger Ruskin Spear||Electric Shocks (LP, Album, Gat)||United Artists Records||UA-LA097-F||US||1972|
|AIRAC-1424||Roger Ruskin Spear||Electric Shocks (CD, Album, RE, RM, Pap)||Air Mail Archive||AIRAC-1424||Japan||2007|