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Bandstand is the sixth studio album by the British progressive rock band Family. Released in 1972, it was the second and last album to chart in the United States. The original album cover was die-cut in the shape of a Bush TV22 television set, with a black-and-white image of the band onscreen. Bandstand marked a notable change of direction for the band. Family's sound had become more mainstream and somewhat more conventional.
Family’s follow up album Anyway, released in late 1970, had its first half consist of new material recorded live at Fairfield Hall in Croydon, England, with the second half a set of new songs recorded in the studio, and reached on the UK chart. In March 1971 the compilation album, Old Songs New Songs, was released, but in June Weider left Family to join Stud. In 1972, another album, Bandstand was released, which leaned more towards hard rock than art rock, featuring the singles Burlesque in late 1972, and My Friend the Sun, which was released in early 1973.
Bandstand is a music studio album recording by FAMILY (Eclectic Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1972 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Family - Bandstand - Lp Vinyl Record United Artists Records. Bandstand Reissued · Remastered Castle - Old Numbers 2000.
Kicking off with the wickedly salacious "Burlesque," Bandstand was the best of the late Family recordings. For a band that for the most part eschewed riffs and hooks, both are in plentiful supply here. More important, by the time of Bandstand's release, Family had reconciled the war between their art-rock and hard rock tendencies; that is to say, there is more of the latter and less of the former.
Album · 1971 · 13 Songs. Issued under license from Chappo Music to Snapper Music. See All. Strange Band: The Best of Family. Music In a Doll's House.
Album Name Bandstand. Released date September 1972. Labels Reprise Records. Music StyleProgressive Rock. Members owning this album2.
It has enough variety and eccentricities to satisfy the devotees, but also a number of songs a Family fan could play for friends without frightening them away. Lovely ballads like "My Friend The Sun" and "Dark Eyes. A crackling rocker like "Burlesque. There probably isn't a Family fan anywhere that doesn't have Bandstand. It should be a must for any fans of '70's "progressive" music.