Meet the Rutles
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Released

22 November, 1963

Recorded

7 October - 8 November 1963

Genre

Rock and Roll

Length

33:07

Label

Paurlophone

Preceded By

Please Rut Me (1963)

Succeeded By

A Hard Day's Rut (1964)

Meet the Rutles

Meet The Rutles (also known as With The Rutles[1]) is the second album by the English rock band the Rutles. It was released on 22 November 1963, on Parlourphone, and was recorded four months after the band's debut Please Rut Me. The album features eight original compositions (seven by Nasty–McQuickly and "Don't Brother Me", Stig O'Hara's first recorded solo composition and his first released on a Rutles album) and six covers (mostly of Motown, rock and roll, and R&B hits). The cover photograph was taken by a fashion photographer, and it has been mimicked by several music groups over the years.

The Recording[edit | edit source]

The recording process of this album, is unknown. it was recorded sometime between 7th October of 1963 - 8th November of the same year. All we know is that the album took at least more then twenty minutes to record.

Track listing[edit | edit source]

Side One[edit | edit source]

  1. This is Too Long
  2. All That Is Brand New
  3. Hold My Hand
  4. Don't Brother Me
  5. Rutle Child
  6. Under My Skin
  7. Please Mister Leggy

Side Two[edit | edit source]

  1. Blue Suede Schubert
  2. Hold Me Thigh
  3. Food Really Made a Hit on Me
  4. I Wanna Be Your Lamp
  5. Krampus In Her Heart
  6. Not A Second Rhyme
  7. Lonely (That's What You Are)

Footnotes[edit | edit source]

  1. The official Rutles website and and 1978 record call this release "Meet the Rutles," while the film All You Need is Cash uses With for one brief collage.
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