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FLAC Paladin - Charge!

Esoteric Recordings
Hard Rock, Prog Rock
MP3 archive size:
2205 mb
FLAC archive size:
2039 mb


1Sweet Sweet Music
2Sweet Sweet Music (Alternate Version)
3Well We Might (Alternate Version)
5Give Me Your Hand
6 Bonus Tracks:
7Anyway (Alternate Version)
8Bad Times (Instrumental)
10Give My Love To You
11Good Lord
12Get One Together
13Fill Up Your Heart (Instrumental)
14Well We Might
15Watching The World Pass By


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ILPS 9190Paladin Charge! ‎(LP, Album)BronzeILPS 9190UK1972
6357 204Paladin Charge! ‎(LP, Album)Bronze6357 204New Zealand1972
86 097-1Paladin Charge! ‎(LP, Album)Island Records86 097-1Spain1972
6396 016, ILPS 9190Paladin Charge! ‎(LP, Album)Bronze, Island Records6396 016, ILPS 9190France1972
RHRLP008Paladin Charge! ‎(LP, Album, RE)Rabbit Hall RecordsRHRLP008Ireland2016


  • Bass, VocalsPeter Beckett
  • Coordinator [Release Coordination]Vicky Powell
  • Design [CD Package Design]Becky Stewart
  • Design [Sleeve Drawing], Photography ByRoger Dean
  • Drums, PercussionKeith Webb
  • EngineerGeoff Emerick
  • Lead Guitar, Slide Guitar, VocalsDerek Foley
  • Organ, Violin, Grand PianoPeter Solley
  • ProducerPhilamore Lincoln
  • Remastered ByCraig Thompson
  • Research, Coordinator [Reissue], Liner NotesMark Powell
  • Vocals, Electric Piano, HarmonicaLou Stonebridge


Recorded at Apple Studios, London, December 1971 - January 1972.
24-bit remastering from the master tapes at The Audio Archiving Company.

℗ 1972 Sanctuary Music under license to Cherry Red Records Group


  • Barcode: 5 013929 710627
  • Matrix / Runout: CA ECLEC2006 @
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L039


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sanctuary Music
  • Licensed To – Cherry Red Records Group
  • Copyright (c) – Cherry Red Records Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Apple Studios
  • Remastered At – The Audio Archiving Company



One of the best albums on Bronze records. This album remastered in 2007. Cover design by Roger Dean. Line-Up, Musiciants: Derek Foley - 1972 14 Songs. Try it in album Paladin - Charge 1972. Paladin - Give Me Your Hand. Paladin - Well We Might. Paladin - Get One Together. Paladin - Any Way. Paladin - Good Lord. Paladin - Moonbeams. Paladin - Watching The World Pass By. Pepper album, was the producer of Paladin's Charge in 1972. Despite the poor performance of Paladin, the band was allowed to record a second album, Charge produced by Philamore Lincoln, engineered by Geoff Emerick at Apple Studios and released in 1972. The album is notable for the cover art by Roger Dean which unfortunately did not help sales. In 1972, Stonebridge and Foley left, and the band recruited guitarvocalist Joe Jammer to replace them. The group finally disbanded near the end of 1972. Band Name Paladin. Album Name Charge Type Album. Released date 1972. Labels Bronze Records. Members owning this album1. Reissued in 2006 and 2007 with bonus tracks by Esoteric. Charge is a music studio album recording by PALADIN Crossover ProgProgressive Rock released in 1972 on cd, lp, vinyl andor cassette. Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music17. Listen free to Paladin Charge Give Me Your Hand, Well We Might and more. 7 tracks 42:02. And this they set about doing with their sophomore set, 1972's Charge. Far heavier than their previous set, the quintet seemed determined to beat listeners into submission. That's evident from the get go, as they bash their way through the opening track Give Me Your Hand, a rhythm-heavy number fueled by fiery guitar solos, strident vocals, and a hard rocking sound. The only reminder of their previous musical predilections is the Latin percussion that bubbles up halfway through the piece. Charge is a music album by Paladin released in 1972. Charge is ranked 96,130th in the overall chart, 8,966th in the 1970s, and 890th in the year 1972. Paladin - Give Me Your Hand Ultra Rare 12 Picture Disc Single LP Charge CD Condition: Used. Time left: 5h 57m 37s Ships to: Worldwide. Charge was Paladin's second and final album. Formed the previous year by Keith Webb and Pete Solley both ex-members of Terry Reid's band, Paladin encompassed all that was experimental in early 70's rock. Fusing the worlds of Jazz, Rock and ethnic Cuban music, Paladin's second album was both more progressive and hard edged in nature to their debut