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    Main » 2010 » July » 29 » Crabby Appleton ~ 1970 ~ Crabby Appleton
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    Crabby Appleton ~ 1970 ~ Crabby Appleton
    Crabby Appleton 1970 front
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    Formed by Michael Fennelly after the end of Millenium and Sagittarius, Crabby Appleton was one of the early seventies Californian rock groups signed by Elektra, along with Rhinoceros or the Wackers. Their first album was produced by Don Gallucci (from Don and The Goodtimes and Touch) and enjoyed reasonable success, allowing them to release a second album on which they used some female background vocals. Their music was characterized by Fennelly's vocals (sometimes inspired by Robert Plant) and his good lead guitar work. Their songs combine hard rock and melodic pop/rock.

    Fennelly later moved to England and released two solo albums: Lane Changer with Rod Argent (Epic KE 32703, 1974) and Strangers Bed (Mercury SRM 1-1043, 1975). Felix Falcon became a session musician.

    (Stephane Rebeschini)

    01. Go Back 3:07
    02. The Other Side 3:12
    03. Catherine 2:38
    04. Peace By Peace 5:29
    05. To All My Friends 3:08
    06. Try 3:45
    07. Can't Live My Life 2:58
    08. Some Madness 2:58
    09. Hunger For Love 7:07
    10. How Long Will It Take 3:17

    Michael Fennelly (guitar, vocals)
    Casey Foutz (keyboards)
    Hank Harvey (bass)
    Felix "Flaco" Falcon (conga, timbale, percussion)
    Phil Jones (drums)

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    2 Nhan   (24.11.2013 14:46)
    It's an interesting subejct here you challenge the Crabby Appleton, and you honor the OhMYGawd woman (you did make me smile-okay laugh out loud). I would have done the same, but recently I read a post by Dan Mulhern about this kind of judgement issue and it gave me good food for thought, he writes: I believe I need these frustrations. To put this differently, these problems are here to give me a chance to learn and to be shaped into a different kind of leader-person. In other words, my irritations and protestations about all the things that aren't going the way I want reflect a huge childish (or childlike if you prefer) wish that everything be as I would have it be. But isn't that a kind of crazy self-aggrandizement? A bit like if a bee expressed irritation at every flower that failed to meet the standard of the verb best nectar producing flower he'd encountered in his whole bee career. In the view I am allowing to sink in deeply: the traffic jam, adolescent rebellion, crazy boss, challenging spouse, competitive co-worker are gifts disguised.As leader, teacher, or dad, each setback or frustration gives me a chance to lead the one person I can best lead: me. And in each such instance, there's a chance that I can see clearly not through the wishful lens where I hope to see just what I want to see; but to see who is really there, what is really there, and how I might meet the other(s) where they are. Let me know your thoughts: Is this simple? Crazy? Obvious, or potentially very useful? As you strive both with others and with yourself toLead with your best self, Dan (Mulhern)

    1 Anacho   (07.03.2011 00:02)
    avatarThx for sharing this! biggrin

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