Slapp Happy
Sort Of
Week-End Records
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1Just A Conversation
2Paradise Express
3I Got Evil
4Little Girls World
6Mono Plane
7Blue Flower
8I'm All Alone
9Who's Gonna Help Me Now
10Small Hands Of Stone
11Sort Of
12Heading For Kyoto

In 1972, left-wing intellectual film critic Uwe Nettelbeck suggested to Anthony Moore that he might write some straight songs (relatively speaking), which in turn prompted Moore to invite his old schoolfriend Peter Blegvad over to Hamburg to form the band Slapp Happy. Dagmar Krause, a young singer from Hamburg and Moore‘s girlfriend, joined them both on their trip to Wümme to record what was to become this album, Sort of, using Faust as their rhythm section. In honour of this album ́s 50th anniversary the album will get a nicely remastered reissue with the newly founded Week–End Records –the fetsival‘s inhouse label who managed to get the band together for a final reunion shows in November of 2016 and Spring of 2017.