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Performer: Michael Chapman
Title: The Best Of Michael Chapman (1969-1971)
Country: UK
Released: 1988
Style: Folk
Category: World, Folk, Country
Rating: 4.9 ✦


1 Naked Ladies And Electric Ragtime
2 Rainmaker
3 You Say
4 In The Valley
5 Kodak Ghosts
6 Postcards Of Scarborough
7 It Didn't Work Out
8 Last Lady Song
9 Wrecked Again
10 The First Leaf Of Autumn
11 Soulful Lady
12 Polar Bear Fandango
13 All In All
14 Fennario
15 Shuffle Boat River Farewell
16 Small Stones


℗ 1988 See For Miles Records Ltd.
© 1988 See For Miles Records Ltd.

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SEE 230 Michael Chapman The Best Of Michael Chapman (1969-1971) ‎(LP, Comp) See For Miles Records Ltd. SEE 230 UK 1988

The best of Michael Chapman's years on the Harvest label is a glorious thing. Apart from the best-known songs, like "Kodak Ghosts" and "Postcards of Scarborough," there are a couple of tracks from the ultra-rare Window album, plenty of tasty Mick Ronson guitar work (he left Chapman to join Bowie), and some wonderful bass work from Rick Kemp. The star, though, is the "old blues guy from Yorkshire" himself, who wasn't so old when he recorded these tracks, although he displays a voice much older and weary than his years.

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50 by Michael Chapman, released 20 January 2017 1. Spanish Incident (Ramón and Durango) 2. Sometimes You Just Drive 3. The Mallard 4. Memphis in Winter 5. The Prospector 6. Falling from Grace 7. Money Trouble 8. That Time of Night 9. Rosh Pina 1. A return to the gloriously ragged kineticism of Rainmaker (1969), Fully Qualified Survivor (1970), Wrecked Again (1971), and Savage Amusement (1976), Michael’s first American record -an elusive goal for decades-embodies his undeniable late career masterpiece. The album includes both radical reinterpretations of obscure material from Michael’s catalog as well as three new compositions: Sometimes You Just Drive, Money Trouble, and Rosh Pina. Michael Chapman sets a very high bar lyrically-he is the best. Something to aspire to. – Kayla Cohen, Itasca.

Michael Chapman (born 24 January 1941, Hunslet, Leeds, Yorkshire, England) is an English singer-songwriter and guitarist. Chapman originally began playing guitar with jazz bands, mainly in his home town of Leeds in The West Riding of Yorkshire. He became well known in the folk clubs of the late 1960s, as well as on the 'progressive' music scene, and has recorded over 40 albums to date.

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Extraordinarily, over a nearly 50-year recording career featuring guitar work infused with all manner of American jazz, blues and ragtime influences, Michael Chapman had never before recorded an American album – a situation rectified here with a combo of younger devotees attracted by his burgeoning reputation as a surviving master guitarist to rival John Fahey.

This album is the second in Chapman s series of his more improvised musical releases Condition: Ne. Plus, CD Album UK 1988 (SEE CD 230) Vg+/Vg+ Folk. The cover and contents suffer from folding, scuffing of edges, spine splits, discolouration etc. Catalogue No: SEE CD 230. Case/Inserts: Vg+, minor marks on jewel case, slight creasing on insert near.

Michael Chapman may just have done that with this spellbinding album. Promising early embers of mainstream success - much-feted early albums such as Rainmaker (1969) and Fully Qualified Survivor (1970), almost becoming Elton John's guitar hero in residence during his hit making pomp - gradually cooled into a life deep in the musical margins. Approximately half of the cuts on 50 are reworkings of tunes that made their debut on albums released on miniscule labels for even smaller amounts of fanfare during the 90's. Chapman's intricate yet muscular acoustic guitar, honed into a truly potent weapon during countless solo gigs, is parked at the center of the aural picture, the imposing and immovable lodestar the rest of the musicians navigate their contributions around.