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The Ullulators - Share A Clam With... Album

  • Performer: The Ullulators
  • Title: Share A Clam With...
  • Size MP3 ver: 1264 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 1415 mb
  • Country: UK
  • Date of release: 1985
  • Style: Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock
  • Label: Better Days Tapes
  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
  • Genre: Rock / Reggae
The Ullulators - Share A Clam With... Album


1Stomach Speaker
2The Ruzbitud Shuffle
4The Ostragoth
5The Full Itself Remains
6Tango Mango
7Elephants Have Gills
8More Tea Vicar?
10All You Need Is Hash
11Mixy Noise
12Hanuman Dub
13Gunk Rock
14Fatty Dub
15Blue Aethyr
16Eternal Now


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneThe Ullulators Share A Clam With The Ullulators ‎(Cass, Album)Not On Label (The Ullulators Self-released)noneUK1985
noneThe Ullulators Share A Clam With The Ullulators ‎(16xFile, FLAC, Album, RE, RM)Not On Label (The Ullulators Self-released)noneUK2017


The tapes were originally copied and distributed by a number of friends, associates, and the band, and sold at gigs, and later by mail order. In this re-release we present all of the main tracks, restored,repaired and remastered to the best of our ability. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 6 GBP or more. Gunk Rock Remastered 04:25. Simon Wilson Beautiful album, I bought the first chapter and just had to get part two Its a grower and It gets better and better the more I listen. I also gifted to a friend. Different basslines, different musical parts, and a lot of experimenting with classic style reverb, delays, eq's, filtering and re-amped sonics. This series has helped us reaffirm our love for Dub, and generated a huge amount of enthusiasm between us to continue creating in this genre. We have further Dub releases in store for you all, including some real surprises for long term die hard Ullulator fans. May 2017. Dark Nights in Paradise. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Psychedelic Rock. The Ullulators. The Ullulators - Gunk Rock. The Ullulators - Zuzklucky. The Ullulators - Tango Mango. The Ullulators - The Ruzbitud Shuffle. The Ullulators - Mixy Noise. The Ullulators - The Full Itself Remains. The Ullulators - Fatty Dub. 16 tracks . Формируйте собственную коллекцию. Keep safe, fear free, and spread the love folks : The Ullulators. Release group by The Ullulators. Release group information. Artist: The Ullulators. Type: Album. Added To Proggnosis Database on: 3272005 12:00:00 AM Entry Last Updated on: 272016 7:13:00 PM by: DBSilver. Track List. Side A. Gunk Rock. Have A Clam With The Ullulators. Dec 10. Shot Wound. The Full Itself Remains. Have a Clam With. The Edge

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A different version replaces: B7 Eternal Now and B8 More Tea Vicar? with the longer B7 Eternal Wheel. A crammed full c90 cassette BTW
The Ullulators was another one of those Ozric Tentacles spinoffs. Original guitarist Gavin Griffiths was in this group, and he realized that there wasn't enough room in the Ozrics having to compete with Ed Wynne. Share a Clam was, just like the Ozric releases at the same time, released as a privately issued cassette. Apparently Joie Hinton, and Tig (Nick van Gelder) had been involved in this group, and Generator John (not to be confused with John Egan) had guested on Ozric releases. So unsurprisingly the music at times bears a resemblance to what the Ozrics were doing around the same time. "Gunk Rock" reminds me a lot of "The Sacred Turf" from the Ozrics' There is Nothing. But the band also tended to go into dub and reggae much further than the Ozrics, and with such a lengthy cassette as this, it could be hit and miss. Some pieces are trippy, some are a bit tedious, but the best stuff is when they stick close to that Ozric sound. It's little surprise the production is home made, and the sound quality isn't that great, but I wasn't expecting crystal clear professional polish either. I own the original cassette where the artwork was in black and white (not yellow) and the cassette was solid black with "Share a Clam" typewritten and stuck on the cassette itself. I have started to show an interest in these mid 1980s British festival bands, aside from the Ozrics (which I've been familiar with for years), and this was one of them.

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