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Stormcock is the fifth album by English folk/rock singer-songwriter and guitarist Roy Harper. It was first released in by Harvest Records and is widely considered his best record. Contents. [hide]. 1 History. Influence; Title; Digital Remaster. 2 Track listing; 3 Personnel; 4 References; 5 External links. Stormcock may refer to: Stormcock, another name for the Mistle thrush (Turdus viscivorus); Stormcock (album), a album by Roy Harper. Disambiguation icon. Disambiguation page providing links to articles with similar titles. This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Stormcock. If an internal link led. This is a very interesting album and I'm glad I picked it up. I can hear some of the other bands and people that others have mentioned (Jethro Tull, Roger Waters). Same old rock, for me, is the best on the album. Page has a great solo at the end of the song, but there is a lot going on as he plays it. With Page, I'm used to the.
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Jun 9, For his fifth album, Roy Harper immersed himself in the possibilities of the recording studio for the first time. Comprising just four songs and primarily driven by six- and string acoustics, Stormcock was an often fierce masterwork that took aim at religious dogma, war, the judicial system, big business and. Jan 26, By the time Stormcock was released, Harper was a counterculture icon – name- checked by Led Zeppelin in the song Hats Off to Roy Harper, and Jimmy Page provided uncredited electric guitar on The Same Old Rock. The album's artistic success makes it a pinnacle of a particularly English kind of folk-rock.