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    Main » 2010 » April » 24 » Kingdom Come ~ 1972 ~ Kingdom Come
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    Kingdom Come ~ 1972 ~ Kingdom Come
    Kingdom Come ~ 1972 ~ Kingdom Come
    genre: psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 1:01'11" size: 400 mb
    misc.: 2003
     
    From ProgressiveRock : The second self-titled album from Arthur Brown and company followed in similarly bizarre tradition as the debut, but offered a more concise journey than its predecessor. The band had paired down to guitarist Andy Dalby, organist Mike "Goodge" Harris and drummer Slim Steer, all being retained from the first album. Bassist Phil Shutt however was new. The album kicks off with the slow building atmosphere of "Water" before arriving at one of Brown’s most enduring compositions, the soulful "Love Is the Spirit". From there "City Medley" offers some good progressive jamming from the band, ending in a wild frenzy of synthesizer and weirdness. The second side begins with the Vincent Crane-penned "Teacher". The altogether earthy "Experiment" (complete with farting) was a mini-epic in itself, racing through several themes over the course of its eight-minute length. "Whirlpool" is self-explanatory, though it does feature some plaintive guitar lines from Dalby. The album ended with another crooner from Brown, the uplifting and soulful "Hymn". Kingdom Come’s hybrid was definitely unique among British progressives, though the understated musicianship was more than likely lost in the implausible weirdness! From all accounts, there are little words to describe the Kingdom Come live experience. However, chart success would again prove elusive.
     

    1. The teacher (1:53)
    2. A scientific experiment featuring "Lower colonic irrigation" (7:24)
    3. The whirlpool (4:16)
    4. The hymn (4:15)
    5. Water (8:08)
    6. Love is (the spirit that will never die) (4:17)
    7. City melody (6:09)
    8. Trafic light song (2:37)

    Bonus tracks on cd releases:
    9. Trafic light song (2:40)
    10. The hymn (5:57)
    11. The experiment (8:44)

    Kingdom Come ~ 1972 ~ Kingdom Come inside


    - Arthur Brown / lead vocals
    - Phil Shutt / bass
    - Andy Dalby / guitar
    - Michael Harris / keyboards
    - Martin Steer / drums

    Kingdom Come ~ 1972 ~ Kingdom Come inner
     
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    1 danilo   (27.04.2010 04:00)
    Thanks for this one too.Wellcome this post in looslees.

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