Pins in It


Pins in It

Infobox Album |
Name = Pins In It
Type = Album
Artist = The Human Instinct


Background = lightsteelblue
Released = 1971
Recorded = Mascot Studios, Auckland, May 1971
Genre = Blues-rock
Length = 44:07
Label = Pye Records
Producer = John Kerr, Maurice Greer
Reviews = * Allmusic Rating|4|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:f9ftxqtkldfe link]
Last album = "Stoned Guitar (1970)
This album = "Pins In It"
(1971)
Next album = "Snatmin Cuthin" (1972)

"Pins In It" was the third album by New Zealand blues-rock band The Human Instinct. It was released in 1971 and was both the first album to feature bassist Neil Edwards (formerly of the Underdogs) and the last to feature Billy TK on guitar. TK's departure signalled the end of the band's hard rock era.

The album was reissued on CD in 2001 by Ascension Records with four bonus tracks of alternative versions.

Track listing

# "Pinzinet" (Neil Edwards, Khayam) – 4:02
# "Stand Up" (Edwards, Maurice Greer, Tiny Thompson) – 3:44
# "Duchess of Montrose" (Edwards) – 3:56
# "Hazy Days" (Billy Te Kahika) – 3:36
# "The Washing Song" (Edwards) – 2:50
# "The Nile Song" (Roger Waters) – 3:17
# "Play My Guitar" (Te Kahika) – 2:53
# "Highway" (Te Kahika) – 2:22
# "Rainbow World" (G. R. Edwards, Neil Edwards, Greer) – 4:27

* Bonus tracks on 2001 Ascension label CD:

:10. "Playing My Guitar" (alternative version) :11. "The Nile Song" (alternative version) :12. "Duchess of Montrose" (alternative version) :13. "Rainbow World" (alternative version)

Personnel

* Maurice Greer — lead vocals, drums, percussion
* Neil Edwards — bass
* Billy TK — guitars
* Dick Hopp — flute ("Rainbow World", "The Nile Song")
* Robert Hooper-Smith — organ ("Play My Guitar", "Highway")


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