John Du Cann - The World's Not Big Enough

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John Du Cann

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Don't Be A Dummy - You Didn't Know Any Better - Fashion Fantasy - When I Was Old - Only One Night - Where's The Show! - She's My Woman - Throw Him In Jail - Evil You (Part One) - Don't Talk -
Your Application Failed - If I'm Makin' - Street Strutter - Evil You (Part Two) - Hesitation

Exodus (Johnny And His Epic Guitars) - Moody Child - Truck Stop - Well Let's Go - Paradise -
I Want To Be Alone - Ode To Mai West - Wise Man - Ooh Be Doo - Thanx For Nothing - Who Cares? -
The Door

John Du Cann joined Atomic Rooster in 1970 after fronting The Attack, a now-legendary freakbeat band, and Andromeda, a heavy rock group. He was with Rooster for the hit singles "Tomorrow Night" and "Devil's Answer".  Du Cann subsequently joined Bullet  (with Rooster drummer Paul Hammond) and signed to Purple Records (they subsequently changed their name to Hard Stuff). He later played in Thin Lizzy (as a replacement for Gary Moore) until, in 1977, he recorded his first "solo" album.

For various reasons, this LP was shelved and it is only now getting its first official release. At this time, John was part of the same management stable as Status Quo and he enlisted the help of Francis Rossi, who produced and played on the album.  Also featured are keyboard player Andy Bown (ex-The Herd) and Angel Air stalwart John McCoy on bass (Gillan, Mammoth).

This CD release of "The World Is Not Big Enough" features an impressive collection of demos, singles and outtakes and the usual comprehensive liner notes. It is a unique companion to that other Angel Air release: "Atomic Rooster The First Ten Explosive Years" and Andromeda.

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