Price: £12.49
Format: cd
Artist: John Wetton / Richard Palmer-James
CatNo: PP001CD deleted

 

A reissue of two John Wetton and Richard Palmer-James rarities.
 
Monkey Business collects demos, fragments and re-recordings of material written by the duo between 1972-1997, including pieces that would later find themselves reinvented by the mid-1970s version of King Crimson. Bill Bruford appears on the 1976 track Confessions.
 
Jack-Knife's I Wish You Would from 1979 is the only album released by the Wetton/Palmer-James led band and features an atypical blend of Rock songs and Blues covers.

 

CD 1 - Monkey Business (1972-1997):
 
1. Flourish (0:12)
2. Too much monkey business (2:29)
3. Confessions (2:13)
4. Easy money (1:01)
5. The nightwatch (live) (4:08)
6. Woman (1:30)
7. False start (0:18)
8. Untitles (0:42)
9. Rich man lie (5:32)
10. Cologne 1977 (4:38)
11. The laughing lake 1 (2:19)
12. The good ship enterprise (4:08)
13. Book of saturday (demo) (1:46)
14. Book of saturday (live) (2:56)
15. The glory of winning (4:26)
16. Starless 1 (0:33)
17. The laughing lake 2 (0:38)
18. The laughing lake 3 (0:14)
19. The laughing lake 1997 (1:19)
20. Magazines (2:58)
21. Starless 2 (0:33)
22. Cologne 1997 (4:19)
23. Doctor daimond 1997 (4:45)
24. Starless 1997 (5:31)
 
CD 2 - Jack-Knife - I Wish You Would (1979):
 
1. I Wish You Would (4:48)
2. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl (2:46)
3. You Can't Judge a Book (3:28)
4. Confessions (4:53)
5. Eyesight to the Blind (3:39)
6. Walk on Heaven's Ground (5:52)
7. Dimples (2:53)
8. Mustang Momma (3:14)
9. Adoration (6:16)