Skip to
YouTube video

Loading player…

Large artwork

In Praise of Learning is an album by British avant-rock groups Henry Cow and Slapp Happy, recorded at Virgin Records' Manor studios in February and March 1975. It was the second of two collaborative albums by the two groups and was released in May 1975.

The album cover art work was by artist Ray Smith and was the last of the three "paint socks" to feature on Henry Cow's albums.

In 1991 East Side Digital issued a remixed version (by… read more



Leave a comment. Log in to or sign up.

  • I bought this in 75 when it first came out - I never tire of it.
  • Very amazing, Dagmar is at her best on here.
  • dagmar NEVER gets tedious
  • maybe just maybe this one tops it for me
  • Love the Cow, but Leg end is still the one for me, just
  • Dagmar sounds like a female Peter Hammill
  • I like this album a lot but Dagmar's voice can get really tedious sounding.
  • obviously their best
  • "Their weakest studio effort, still amazing, though." no way. along with Western Culture this is my favourite HC release.
  • is that so

API Calls