Amen Corner was a successful British rock group, formed in late 1966 in Cardiff, Wales. The band was named after The Amen Corner, a weekly disc spin at the Victoria Ballroom (later to become The Scene Club) in Cardiff, Wales, where every Sunday night Dr. Rock would play the best soul music from the United States. Initially they specialised in a blues and jazz-orientated style, but were steered by their record labels into more commercial pastures. Their first singles and album appeared on Decca's subsidiary label Deram, but they left at the end of 1968 to join Immediate,where they were instantly rewarded with a No. 1, "(If Paradise Is) Half as Nice" in early 1969, followed by another Top 5 entry with the Roy Wood composition, "Hello Susie". After recording a final studio album, Farewell to the Real Magnificent Seven, with a cover version of The Beatles' "Get Back" released as their swansong, they disbanded at the end of 1969.
01 - Bend Me, Shape Me 02 - Judge Rumpel Crassila 03 - Love Me Tender 04 - Our Love (Is In The Pocket) 05 - Something You Got 06 - I Am An Angel (But I Can't Fly 07 - Expressway To Your Heart 08 - Good Time 09 - Let The Good Times Roll And Feel So Good 10 - Can't Get Used To Losing You 11 - Lost And Found 12 - Gin House Blues 13 - I Don't Wanna Discuss It And Amen