Sheep Farming in Barnet is the debut studio album by the English new wave band Toyah, fronted by Toyah Willcox. It was released in 1979 as a 6-track extended EP, dubbed an'Alternate Play' record by Safari Records, was expanded into full-album status the following year; the album was reissued on CD, cassette and white vinyl by Great Expectations in 1990, again on CD by Safari themselves in 2002, digitally remastered and coupled with the band's second album, The Blue Meaning. The album was produced by Steve James and future band member Keith Hale and was released as an AP on 3 August 1979, with the album version following in February 1980; the album was compiled by the band's German record label, EMI Electrola, but the importation of the disc was so widespread, Safari decided to cash in and follow suit. The tracks added included several songs which did not make the original track listing and the début single "Victims of the Riddle", plus its B-side "Victims of the Riddle"; the album's title refers to sheep being seen in a field in Finchley just off Regent's Park Road.
According to John Craig of Safari, the cover featured Toyah at the RAF Fylingdales radar station near Whitby in Yorkshire, "a shoot achieved with considerable difficulty as, quite predictably, guards chased Toyah and the crew from the high-security site". Several tracks from the album became firm live favourites, featured on two live albums. Toyah Willcox still performs the tracks "Danced" and "Neon Womb" in her live sets. All songs by Toyah Willcox, Joel Bogen and Peter Bush, except where indicated Side one"Neon Womb" - 4:24 "Indecision" - 2:44 "Waiting" - 3:17Side two"Our Movie" - 3:04 "Danced" - 4:42 * "Last Goodbye" - 3:00* The EP version of this track has an edited intro. Side one"Neon Womb" - 4:24 "Indecision" - 2:44 "Waiting" - 3:17 "Computer" - 3:06 "Victims of the Riddle" - 3:38 "Elusive Stranger" - 4:55Side two"Our Movie" - 3:04 "Danced" - 5:13 "Last Goodbye" - 3:00 "Victims of the Riddle" - 3:52 "Race Through Space" - 3:17 "Bird in Flight" - 3:56 "Tribal Look" - 3:25 Toyah Willcox – vocals Joel Bogen – guitar Peter Bush – keyboards Keith Hale – keyboards on "Victims of the Riddle" and "Victims of the Riddle" Mark Henry – bass Steve Bray – drumsProductionSteve James, Keith Hale - producers, engineers
Hugoton Municipal Airport is a county-owned public-use airport located two nautical miles southwest of the central business district of Hugoton, a city in Stevens County, United States. Although most U. S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, this airport is assigned HQG by the FAA but has no designation from the IATA. In 1952, a Braniff Airways Douglas DC-4 with an uncontrollable engine fire made a successful emergency landing at Hugoton Municipal Airport. Minor injuries were reported among three crew members; the DC-4 was destroyed by fire after the successful landing. Captain Stanford was praised for his quick actions and judgement. Https://web.archive.org/web/20111008095045/http://ntl1.specialcollection.net/scripts/ws.dll?websearch&site=dot_aircraftacc Hugoton Municipal Airport covers an area of 214 acres at an elevation of 3,134 feet above mean sea level. It has two runways: 2/20 is 5,000 by 75 feet with a concrete surface. For the 12-month period ending August 22, 2007, the airport had 10,000 general aviation aircraft operations, an average of 27 per day.
At that time there were 18 aircraft based at this airport: 83% single-engine, 11% multi-engine, 6% ultralight. Aerial photo as of 26 March 2002 from USGS The National Map FAA Terminal Procedures for HQG, effective February 27, 2020 Resources for this airport: FAA airport information for HQG AirNav airport information for HQG FlightAware airport information and live flight tracker SkyVector aeronautical chart for HQG