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Lindisfarne: Dingly Dell — A track by track review

Jerry Gilbert, Sounds, 29 July 1972

"WE'RE NOT WORRIED ABOUT A TITLE — the album doesn't need a title because the music says it all," Alan Hull declared as Lindisfarne put the finishing touches to their new album in Island Studios last week. Hully was in high spirits, and unable to restrain his delight at the outcome of the recording sessions. American producer Bob Johnston also acknowledged the new super-professional Lindisfarne who had gone into the studios and emerged three days later with all the tracks in the can — most of them recorded first take. 

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