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    Main » 2011 » January » 23



    Pesky Gee! ~ 1969 ~ Exclamation Mark
    genre: heavy prog, fusion
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 40'35" size: 235 mb
    misc.: japan
     
    ProgArchives:
    Leicester septet Pesky Gee! has an interesting history significant to prog that reaches back to 1966 when they started as a 'soul' band playing the club circuit. By 1969 when they released their one and only album 'Exclamation Mark' on Pye Records (intended to simply be '!' but for a record company mix-up), they had become what could be described as progressive rhythm 'n blues with a heavy sound in Jess "Zoot" Taylor's prominent Hammond organ and the scratchy guitar of Jim Gannon (replaced by Chris Dredge in the spring of '69). Also on board was Clive Jones with his sax and flute. Imitating Joplin and her Holding Co. and featuring the moody crooning of Kay Garret, the band was a quite competent ensemble that jammed as well as they covered others' material but with a distinct prog and jazz-rock inclination. The group broke-up in September 1969 and by 1970, had transformed into Black Widow with fewer members and a completely re-hauled format, and debuted 'Sacrifice' that year.
    'Exclamation Mark' is an average but earnest recording by a band that seemed a bit torn about what it really wanted to be and features quite a few covers. Jon Mills of the All Music Guide notes; "Not a solid affair but representative of the change in the British music scene of the late '60s". 
    Only suggested for fans of the very earliest heavy progressive incarnations that were coming over from the burgeoning psych and blues scenes [and for Black Widow enthusiasts] though a very decent little band nonetheless. ~ Atavachron (David)
     
    Views: 1830 | Date: 23.01.2011 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (5)


    Pendragon ~ 1994 ~ Fallen Dreams and Angels
    genre: neo prog
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 25'11" size: 194 mb
    misc.: ep
     
     
    01. "The Third World in the U.K." 7:17
    02. "Dune" 4:42
    03. "Sister Bluebird" 7:49
    04. "Fallen Dreams and Angels" 5:24
     
    Fudge Smith / drums
    Clive Nolan / keyboards
    Peter Gee / bass guitar
    Nick Barrett / vocals / guitars
     
    Views: 1417 | Date: 23.01.2011 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (2)


    Dr. John - 1974 - Desitively Bonnaroo
    genre: soul, blues
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers)
    time: 37'11" size: 214 mb

    "Quitters Never Win" - 3:17
    "Stealin'" - 3:32
    "What Come Around (Goes Around)" - 3:13
    "Me Minus You Equals Loneliness" - 3:06
    "Mos' Scocious" - 2:47
    "(Everybody Wanna Get Rich) Rite Away" - 2:43
    "Let's Make a Better World" (Earl King, Ben E. King) - 2:58
    "R U 4 Real" - 4:16
    "Sing Along Song" - 2:44
    "Can't Git Enuff" - 3:00
    "Go Tell the People" (Allen Toussaint) - 3:06
    "Desitively Bonnaroo" - 2:31

    All tracks composed by Mac Rebennack; except where indicated

    Dr John - guitar, piano, sound effects, vocals
    Allen Toussaint - keyboards, percussion, arrangements, background vocals
    Leo Nocentelli - guitar
    Art Neville - keyboards, organ
    George Porter Jr. - bass
    Joseph "Ziggy" Modeliste - drums
    Gary Brown - alto, soprano & tenor saxophone
    Mark Colby - clarinet, tenor saxophone,
    Whit Sidener - baritone & alto saxophone
    Peter Graves - trombone
    Kenneth Faulk - trumpet, flugelhorn
    Robbie Montgomery - background vocals
    Jessica Smith - background vocals

    Views: 1772 | Date: 23.01.2011 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    Dr. John, The Night Tripper - 1971 - The Sun, Moon & Herbs
    genre: blues
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers)
    time: 39'18" size: 216 mb

    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

    Views: 1919 | Date: 23.01.2011 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (4)


    Mauro Pelosi ~ 1973 ~ Al Mercato Degli Uomini Piccoli
    genre: prog
    country: italy
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 37'43" size: 162 mb
     
    ItalianProg:
    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.
     
    Views: 1764 | Date: 23.01.2011 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


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