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    Main » 2014 » August » 13 » Ford Theatre ~ 1968 ~ Trilogy For The Masses
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    Ford Theatre ~ 1968 ~ Trilogy For The Masses
    Ford Theatre ~ 1968 ~ Trilogy For The Massesgenre: psych, prog
    country: uk
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    time: 37'31" size: 238 mb

    Ford Theatre was typical of the sound of Boston psychedelic rock circa 1968: dark, foreboding, somber songs, sometimes quite long, with sub-California acid rock guitar, and more weight on the organ than many bands of the period carried. Certainly the instrumental break on the 14-minute "Wake Up in the Morning" owes a lot to Doors songs like "Light My Fire." The gothic, classically influenced "Theme for the Masses" is reprised a couple of times after it opens the album, giving the record a thematic aura that really isn't borne out by the contents. It's easy to imagine audiences grooving out to the lengthy breaks on "101 Harrison Street (Who You Belong To)" on those nights when there weren't any major headliners passing through town, settling for a reasonable approximation of psychedelic rock heavyweights. "Back to Philadelphia" takes a funkier, more straight-ahead approach, though the lyrics maintain a sense of displacement and disillusionment that permeates much of the music and lyrics. "Postlude Looking Back" closes the album on a gentler, almost countrified note, though again with the sort of muted gloom characteristic of the rest of the material.  –– Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide

    01. Theme For The Masses (2:52)
    02. 101 Harrison Street (Who You Belong To) (9:22)
    03. Excerpt (from the Theme) (1:09)
    04. Back To Philadelphia* (4:11)
    05. The Race (:26)
    06. The Race (:04)
    07. From A Back Door Window (The Search) (14:02)
    08. Theme For The Masses (2:59)
    09. Postlude: Looking Back (2:09)


    HARRY PALMER songs, guitar
    JAMES ALTIERI bass, vcl
    JOHN MAZZARELLI keyboards, vcls
    ROBERT TAMAGNI drums, vcls
    ARTHUR 'BUTCH' WEBSTER lead guitar
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    WALLY MAGEE cowriter, strings A (Theme)


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