Split (1971) is the second of three revolutionary albums recorded by The Groundhogs, a power trio made up of guitarist and vocalist Tony McPhee, Pete Cruickshank on bass and Ken Pustelnik on drums. Initially considered a blues band within the London British Blues scene, their style evolved into a much heavier and more psychedelic blues-rock in the early 70s.
The album was remastered and expanded for the RSD2020, including a second disc of out-takes from the original sessions that spawned this true blues-rock classic. This special edition on double red vinyl is limited to 3000 copies worldwide.
A1 Split-Part One
A2 Split-Part Two
A3 Split-Part Three
A4 Split-Part Four
B1 Cherry Red
B2 A Year In The Life
C1 Split-Part One (Instrumental)
C2 Split-Part Two (Take Three)
C3 Split-Part Three (Unlisted take with overdubbed guitar)
D1 Cherry Red (Take six)
D2 A Year In The Life (Instrumental)
D3 split – Part Three (No intro)
D4 Split – Part Four (Instrumental)