Mellow down Pussycat
Sense of Harmony
By the by
Ain't nobody here but us chickens
Side one: Aggro Culture, Threshing in the Machine, What's Your Beef, Pasture Prime, Harvest for the World (cover)
Side Two: Boozin' at the Bull Bar, Pig Sick, Furrowed Brow, Not Furlong, Hey Wayne Hey Rick (instrumental featuring duelling banjos style work-out between Rick Reid on mandolin and Wayne Cramer on fiddle).
"May 5th 1963, Barron Knights play Tickleford Hall for the first time, instantly galvanise us into ACTION!"In fact, it took a little while for the galvanising to occur; a combination of mushrooms, cider, musical differences, O levels (or, in the case of the drummer Bryan "Sticks" Rix, CSEs), lack of musical ability, lack of musical instruments conspired to keep Dancing in the Tractor at the ideas stage for the next 12 months. This turned out to be fortuitous. By the time they started gigging seriously mushrooms, cider, musical differences, an O level education (and, in the case of a drummer, CSEs) and lack of musical ability together with borrowed instruments made the 'Tractors (as they were known to their growing fanbase) darlings of the burgeoning Psychedelic Scene.
Side One: 1. Can't Get It Out Of My Head, 2. Leaf Hound and the Lonely Crowd, 3. Kaleidoscope of Monkeys, 4. Magick Kat's got the Cream, 5. Milk and Honey, Shrooms and Cider, 5. The Modern Art of Being Yourself
Side Two: Purple Haze/Blue Green Daze (Freeform Freekout)A footnote to history: Former Tractors bass player Doris Storm is currently Mayor of Tickleford