Side one "Black John the Conqueror" (6:20) "Where Ya at Mule" (4:56) "Craney Crow" (6:40) Side two "Familiar Reality-Opening" (Rebennack, Jesse Hill) (5:25) "Pots on Fiyo (File Gumbo) / Who I Got to Fall on (If the Pot Get Heavy)" (5:48) "Zu Zu Mamou" (7:57) "Familiar Reality-Reprise" (1:53)
All tracks are credited to Mac Rebennack except where noted.
Dr. John - vocals, piano, organ, guitar, vibes & percussion Eric Clapton - guitar Ronnie Barron - keyboards Graham Bond - alto saxophone Tommy Ferrone - rhythm guitar Steve York - bass Jesse Boyce - bass Carl Radle - bass Walter Davis Jr. - piano Jim Gordon - percussion, conga John Boudreaux - drums Vic Brox - pocket trumpet & organ Ray Draper - tuba, percussion & background vocals Wayne Jackson - trumpet, horn Chris Mercer - saxophone Jerry Jumonville - saxophone James Mitchell - baritone saxophone Ed Logan - tenor saxophone Andrew Love - tenor saxophone Bobby Keys - tenor saxophone Jim Price - trumpet Jack Hale - trombone Kenneth Terroade - flute Calvin "Fuzzy" Samuels - percussion Freeman Brown - percussion Fred Staehle - trap drums Mick Jagger, Shirley Goodman, Tammi Lynn, P. P. Arnold, Bobby Whitlock - background vocals
Singer-songwriter from Rome, Mauro Pelosi released four albums among which the first two are particularly desired by prog collectors for unknown reasons, as they contain gloomy songs, often with dismal lyrics. Despite the presence of Gianni Leone and Gianchi Stinga from Il Balletto di Bronzo among the others his albums are mostly based on acoustic guitar and with some orchestral arrangements here and there. Pelosi has started a new phase in his musical career at the end of the 90's, with the release of some new works on CD.
01. "Al Mercato Degli Uomini Piccoli" 4:20
02. "Un Mattino" 4:55
03. "Ehi! Signore" 5:14
04. "Non Tornano Piu" 4:32
05. "Con Te" 3:48
06. "Ti Portero' Via" 5:42
07. "No, Io Scherzo" 4:16
08. "Mi Piacerebbe Diventar Vecchio Inieme A Te" 4:55
From Minneapolis in Minnesota came The Paisleys. The most interesting tracks on their album are Rockin, notable for its use of echoes and sound effects, and the haunting Wind, which is included on Endless Journey, Phase 2. Side two of the album consists entirely of the ambitious, though not entirely convincing Musical Journey.
There's also an Italian CD entitled Beyond The Cosmic Mind (Cosmic Mind Records 001) that is said to contain outtakes from the original album. However, the material is recorded some ten - twelve years later as is easily discovered when listening to the drumbeats (by a machine) and the track Dear John, about the murder of John Lennon. Still it's a pleasant collection of songs.
(Vernon Joynson/Clark Faville)
01. "Cosmic Mind at Play" 2:07
02. "Rockin'" 2:03
03. "Now" 3:12
04. "Smokey Windows" 1:39
05. "Diddley" 4:36
06. "Wind" 5:19
07. "Musical Journey" 18:42
08. "Something's Missing" 2:59
09. "Medley: Comin' On, City of Light, Home Again" 7:26
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