Fruupp – Seven Secrets (1974)

Artist Credit
Peter Farelly Bass, Cover Art, Guitar, Guitar (Bass), Vocals
Martin Foye Drums, Percussion
Fruupp Arranger, Primary Artist
Stephen Houston Composer, Keyboards, Oboe, Vocals
Uncle Dave Lewis Piano, Producer
Ruby Mazur Design, Photography
Vince McCusker Guitar, Vocals
Michael Rennie Leader
Becky Stewart Artwork
Tony Taverner Engineer
Ben Wiseman Remastering

Seven Secrets is the second studio album by North Irish progressive rock band Fruupp, released on 19 April 1974 in the United Kingdom on the Dawn Records label, a subsidiary of Pye Records for underground and progressive rock music. Like the band’s debut album, it was recorded at Escape Studios in Egerton, Kent, but was this time produced by David Lewis, the frontman of another North Irish rock band Andwella.

Before Fruupp entered the recording studio, they had written six songs, but felt that the album’s name “Seven Secrets” would be much appropriate than “Six Secrets”, so Vincent McCusker composed an acoustic guitar and spoken song “The Seventh Secret” to ensure the album had seven tracks to match its new title.

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