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    Main » 2010 » August » 10 » Kennėlmus ~ 1971 ~ Folkstone Prism
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    Kennėlmus ~ 1971 ~ Folkstone Prism
    Kennėlmus ~ 1971 ~ Folkstone Prism
    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 37'25"  size: 261 mb
    misc.: 1999
     
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    From Phoenix, Arizona, Ken Walker and Bob Narloch played as a duo originally in the sixties. Kennélmus was formed in 1970 and their two albums were recorded between 1970-72 in recording engineers' Chuck Hauke's studio using two Ampex 351-2 two track recorders. Even the Rockadelic reissue of the first album is becoming hard to find. This is the better of the two. The main attraction being the rarity rather than the music. Side one of the album is instrumental and while some of the tracks are in a primitive hard rock style not unlike Hootch, others are very dense and beautiful. The vocal tracks are very quirky and strangely recorded - it's clear that Kennélmus spent a great deal of time knob-twiddling in their studio! While the results are obviously mixed, the album is recommended.

    A number of additional musicians assist on the second album, which includes a couple of adequate Dylan covers, I'll Be Your Baby Tonight and On The Road Again, four Bob Narloch originals and three penned by Chuck Hauke among others. Of these, Pickers On A Guitar has a strong country feel. The most psychedelic is Chuck Hauke's Black Sunshine with some groovy guitar work and for me this is the stand-out track. Rather disappointing overall. The six 45 tracks are non-album cuts or different versions.

    01. I Don't Know 2:27
    02. Patti's Dream 4:31
    03. Dancing Doris 3:34
    04. Goodbye Pamela Ann 3:40
    05. Monologue 0:53
    06. Black Sunshine 2:51
    07. Think For Yourself 2:49
    08. The Bug, The Goat, & The Hearse 0:42
    09. Shapes of Sleep 2:44
    10. Cloud Of Lead 0:38
    11. Mother Of My Children 2:44
    12. 1001 Twice 1:06
    13. Sylvan Shores 2:51
    14. Bulletin!!! 0:31
    15. The Raven 5:24
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    • TOM GILMORE bs
    • BOB NARLOCH vcls, gtr, hrmnca, tamb
    • MIKE SHIPP drms
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    1 Dan   (15.08.2010 09:51)
    avatarThis is very interesting stuff! Experimental, quirky, but quite listenable, at times humorous-- perhaps way ahead of its time. Impressive in terms of audio result given the limited equipment.

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