Harman Patil

Henry Cow discography

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Studio albums  5
Box sets  3
Live albums  2
Other albums  5
Henry Cow discography

The Henry Cow discography is a list of officially released recordings by English avant-rock group Henry Cow. During their period of activity from 1968 to 1978, they released six albums, including two with German/English avant-pop trio Slapp Happy, and one double live album. Hopes and Fears (1978), considered by some to be "the lost Henry Cow album", was originally recorded as a Henry Cow album, but when some of the band members were unhappy about the predominance of song-oriented material, it was released under the name of Art Bears.


In 2006 Recommended Records, Chris Cutler's independent record label, released a 7-CD box set, the Henry Cow Box comprising CD remasters of the original six albums. In 2009, to mark the anniversary of the formation of Henry Cow, Recommended Records released a 9-CD plus one DVD box set, The 40th Anniversary Henry Cow Box Set that contained previously unreleased recordings made between 1972 and 1978. The DVD, a 75-minute video of Henry Cow performing in Vevey, Switzerland in August 1976, is the only known video recording of the band.

Other albums

Albums with or by other artists containing previously unreleased Henry Cow tracks.


   *  – The highlighted albums are the six definitive albums Henry Cow made during their existence.


Henry Cow discography Wikipedia

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