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Hard work rarely brings its reward, wether in everyday life or music. That must have been how Stackridge felt in 1974. After gigging soildly (300 plus gigs a year for 3 years) while recording three albums, three singles at the same time shoe-horning in appearances on The Old Grey Whistle Test, the John Peel Show and Radio 1 In Concert, they found themselves, in the words of inimitable singer/flautist Mutter Slater, 'becalmed and frustrated'. All hopes were now pinned on the January 1975 release of "Extravaganza" which was being released on the newly formed Rocket Record label- a happening place to be for one of England's then brightest young bands. SOUNDS on publishing a review of the CD inearly 1975 wrote "Don't ignore something too good to be missed. Stackridge are back. And happy days are here again." Musicians: ANDY DAVIS, MUTTER SLATER, ROD BOWKETT, MIKE EVANS, PAUL KARAS and ROY MORGAN.