Edwards Hand - Edwards Hand (1969)

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Formerly known as Piccadilly Line, Edwards Hand are a musical group formed by Englishmen Rod Edwards (keyboard and vocals) and Roger Hand (acoustic guitar and vocals). After a 1968 album released under their former name, in 1969 Edwards Hand released an eponymous album produced by George Martin who, taking a break from working on The Beatles' White Album, described their music as "exceptional".
Recorded in stereo at the EMI studios in St John's Wood, London, the album was released in the United States on vinyl and cassette by GRT Records of Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, California. The cover art is a golden autumnal scene featuring two faces, presumably those of Rod Edwards and Roger Hand, with a tree in the background. All songs were written by Edwards and Hand except If I thought You'd Ever Change Your Mind by John Cameron.
Tracks
1. Banjo Pier
2. Friday Hill
3. Episodes, Being The First Part
4. Close My Eyes
5. House Of Cards
6.If I Thought You'd Ever Change Your Mind
7. Characters Number One
8. Orange Peel
9. Sing Along With The Singer
10. Magic Car
11. Days Of Our Life
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