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Happy The Man - Crafty Hands Album

Happy The Man - Crafty Hands Album
Happy The Man
Crafty Hands
Prog Rock
FGBG 4314.AR
FLAC size:
1032 mb
MP3 size:
1269 mb
WMA size:
1387 mb


1Steaming Pipes
Written-By – Whitaker
2Wind Up Doll Day Wind
Written-By – Wyatt, Watkins, Whitaker
3Ibby It Is
Written-By – Wyatt
4Service With A Smile
Written-By – Hawkes, Riddle
5I Forgot To Push It
Written-By – Watkins
6The Moon, I Sing (Nossuri)
Written-By – Watkins
7Open Book
Written-By – Wyatt
8Morning Sun
Written-By – Watkins


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AB 4191Happy The Man Crafty Hands ‎(LP, Album)AristaAB 4191US1978
BVCM-37616Happy The Man Crafty Hands ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Pap)Arista, BMGBVCM-37616Japan2005
AB 4191Happy The Man Crafty Hands ‎(LP, Album, RP)AristaAB 4191USUnknown
AB 4191Happy The Man Crafty Hands ‎(LP, Album)AristaAB 4191Canada1978
ERC-32006Happy The Man Crafty Hands ‎(CD, Album, RE)AristaERC-32006Japan1988


  • Arranged ByHappy The Man
  • ArtworkMario Grimaldi
  • BassRick Kennell
  • Drums, PercussionRon Riddle
  • Engineer, ProducerKen Scott
  • Guitar, VocalsStanley Whitaker
  • Liner NotesAymeric Leroy
  • Piano, Harpsichord, Saxophone, Flute, VoiceFrank Wyatt
  • Piano, Harpsichord, Synthesizer [Moog], ClavinetKit Watkins
  • Producer, EngineerKen Scott
  • Remastered ByKit Watkins


Produced and Engineered for KoMoS Productions at Chateau Recorders, North Hollywood
All titles published by Legomyego Music, Inc. ASCAP, except "Service With A Smile" published by Thunderkat Music/Oversnare Publishing, ASCAP.

Special thanks to . . . Our road crew (Steven Meeks, Kenny Bailey, Wayne Garber, Eric Smith, Jody Walker), Coco Roussel, Ace Pace, and J. T.

Ron Riddle appears courtesy of Thunderkat Music


  • Barcode: 3426300043146
  • Rights Society: SACEM
  • Matrix / Runout: KDG FR 4314AR
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L373
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5707


Artist: Happy The Man Album: Crafty Hands 1978 Genre: Eclectic Progressive Rock Label: Arista Country: US 1. Service With A Smile 0:00 2. Happy The Man - Crafty Hands 1978. To favorites 8 Download album. Listen album. Progressive Rock Space Rock Experimental Rock. Happy The Man. Crafty Hands is an album by the progressive rock band Happy the Man, released in 1978. Only one track, Wind Up Doll Day Wind, contains vocals. Service with a Smile Ron Riddle, Greg Hawkes 2:44. Morning Sun Kit Watkins 4:05. Ibby It Is Frank Wyatt 7:50. Steaming Pipes Stanley Whitaker 5:30. Wind Up Doll Day Wind Watkins, Whitaker, Wyatt 7:06. Open Book Wyatt 4:53. I Forgot to Push It Watkins 3:08. The Moon, I Sing Nossuri Watkins 6:16. Happy The Man : Crafty Hands,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Listen free to Happy the Man Crafty Hands Service With a Smile, Morning Sun and more. 8 tracks 41:21. HAPPY THE MAN biography One of the finest American prog bands. Completely out of the American standards, HAPPY THE MAN combined lush melodies, great complex interplay and a slightly jazzy touch with occasional vocals. Crafty Hands is a music studio album recording by HAPPY THE MAN Eclectic ProgProgressive Rock released in 1978 on cd, lp, vinyl andor cassette. CD Arista - ERC-32006 1988, Japan CD One Way Records - OW 34547 1999, US Remastered by Kit Watkins CD Musea - FGBG 2000, France CD Esoteric Recordings - ECLEC 2355 2012, UK Remastered. Completa la tua Collezione su Happy The Man. Crafty Hands CD, Album, RE, Unofficial. Arista 2. ERC-32006. Happy the Man - Ibby It Is 7:53. Happy The Man - Wind Up Day Doll Wind 1978 7:09. Open Book Happy the Man, Crafty Hands 4:55. I forgot to push it 3:08. Happy the Man - The Moon, I Sing Nossuri 6:18. Crafty Hands is a jazz related rock music album recording by HAPPY THE MAN released in 1978 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. Crafty Hands completely changed the way I felt about Happy the Man. I had bought their first album maybe 15 years earlier than this, and found it a little too in-your-faceover the top in terms of musicianship. Crafty Hands doesn't hit you over the head with the band's smarts, and the more restrained sound really won me over and quickly became one of my favorite CDs. Crafty Hands, their second offering, was released back in the late seventies when Yes and Genesis were still producing the quality music that were obviously one source of inspiration for this largely ignored group of virtuosos