Independent Legs (1992)

by Wizards of Twiddly

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about

With its eye boggling red and green sleeve, this unclassifiable and startling debut from Liverpool treasures, The Wizards Of Twiddly, received major local and national airplay on its 1992 release (including a memorable Mark Radcliffe session).

Voted Facelift' Magazine's 'The Canterbury Scene & Beyond' album of the year.

'...Wizards of Twiddly are men with extremely large pigeon holes - George Formby, Neil Innes, salacious, sharpened intellect, benign satire and accessible obscurantia...Comparisons? Start a fresh page. Is it a bird? Is it a plane? It's a democratic anarchy of everything good you ever slapped your knees to!' - Ptolemaic Terrascope


Bonus material - full CD artwork (including lyrics) and a band portrait of the band in 1991 by Bernie Harper.

credits

released June 1, 1992

Carl Bowry - guitars, traffic
Andy Delamere - Drums, backing vocals
Andy Frizell - Vocals, bass, alto sax, trombone, piano
Simon James - Vocals, flute, tenor saxophone
Keith Lancaster - Vocals,underwater trumpet
Martin Smith - Trumpet, backing vocals

Additional vocals by Jane Dickins, Gary McGuinness, Colin Hall,
Carl Brown & Melissa Gould.

Produced by Wizards of Twiddly & Carl Brown
Engineered by Carl Brown

Administration Pete Goddard

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Wizards of Twiddly Liverpool, UK

"'The best band to ever come out of Liverpool"
Steve Davis BBC 6 Music July 2011

''When someone gets around to re-scripting the map of the musical landscape of Liverpool somewhere upon that redrawing the name Wizards of Twiddly will be somewhere at the forefront.these impish rascals have proven themselves to be mercurial musical magpies.''

Mark Barton, losing today - indie music online 2011
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