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    Main » 2010 » September » 14 » Medicine Head ~ 1971 ~ Dark Side Of the Moon
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    Medicine Head ~ 1971 ~ Dark Side Of the Moon
    Medicine Head ~ 1971 ~ Dark Side Of the Moon
    genre: heavy
    country: uk
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    time: 34'08"  size: 216 or 83 mb
     
    Tapestry of Delights:
    This was one of many bands brought to prominence by DJ John Peel, after they sent him a tape, he signed them to his Dandelion label. They started out as a duo gigging in the Midlands. Their early albums conjured up a very sparse understated atmosphere and contained several love songs. A highlight of their debut album was His Guiding Hand, which was also issued as a 45. They enjoyed Chart success with Pictures In The Sky but then the eccentric Hope-Evans quit and they reformed as a trio (line-up B) with ex-Yardbird Keith Relf on bass. Before 1972 was over, Hope-Evans turned up again and they reverted back to a duo augmented by session musicians for One And One Is One. The title cut and Rising Sun brought them further Chart success and they expanded to a quintet for their next album, Thru' A Five. Thereafter they hit hard times, although former Spencer Davis and Taste bassist Charlie McCracken was involved in a later line-up. Two Man Band, however, was recorded by the original duo of Fiddler and Hope-Evans.
    After their demise, Fiddler teamed up with former Mott The Hoople members in The British Lions and also worked and recorded as a solo artist. In the eighties he joined the ex-Yardbirds project The Box Of Frogs. Hope-Evans helped out Pete Townshend on his 1985 White City Soundtrack and played in a number of part-time groups.
    Their bass player on Thru' A Five, George Ford later played with Cockney Rebel.
     
    01. "Back To the Wall" 3:21
    02. "In Your Eyes" 3:41
    03. "Sittin' In the Sun" 3:09
    04. "On This Road" 7:15
    05. "You And Me" 5:21
    06. "Kum On" 3:39
    07. "Only To Do What Is True" 2:38
    08. "You Can Make It Here" 5:03
     
    • JOHN FIDDLER gtr, vcls
    • KEITH RELF bs
    • JOHN DAVIES drms
     
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    3 Qsandy   (13.01.2012 18:50)
    listen to this almost every day. uploaded a torrent on demonoid.com

    2 olegelagin   (15.09.2010 15:18)
    avatarTo no one comparable to the sound

    1 MedHeadFan   (15.09.2010 15:16)
    fantastic record. they've disappeared out of general consciousness without any reason

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