Ashton Gardner & Dyke: What A Bloody Long Day It'S Been

Ashton Gardner & Dyke: What A Bloody Long Day It&
Title: What A Bloody Long Day It'S Been
Label: Gonzo

Reissue. Ashton, Gardner and Dyke were a power rock trio, most popular in the early 1970s. Founding band member, Tony Ashton first met the drummer, Roy Dyke, when playing with various Blackpool based groups. Ashton was invited to join the Liverpool beat group, The Remo Four as organist/vocalist, whilst Roy Dyke became the group's drummer, having joined them in 1963. Their best work came in 1966 when they released their album Smile!. Before their break-up in 1968, they backed George Harrison on his album Wonderwall Music. Harrison later played the guitar on their song "I'm Your Spiritual Breadman". Ashton and Dyke then joined forces in 1968 with the bass guitar playing Kim Gardner, who had previously played in minor British groups, The Birds and The Creation. The triad simply called themselves Ashton, Gardner and Dyke. This is their third and final studio album, originally recorded in 1972.

1.1 It's Gonna Be High Tonight
1.2 It's a Drag, I'm a Drag
1.3 Still Got a Long Way to Go
1.4 The Falling Song
1.5 Ballad of the Remo Four
1.6 (The Old) Rock and Roll Boogie Woogie
1.7 Got to Get Back to You
1.8 What a Bloody Long Day It's Been
1.9 I'm Going to a Place

Ashton Gardner & Dyke: What A Bloody Long Day It'S Been

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