» Mick Farren ~ 1970 ~ Mona (the Carnivorous Circus)
Mick Farren ~ 1970 ~ Mona (the Carnivorous Circus)
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time: 41'55" misc.: jap
Mick Farren was a raucous charasmatic vocalist who founded The Deviants in 1967. These were his spasmodic solo efforts, but he also went on to become quite a successful writer and a central part of London's Ladbroke Grove underground scene.
Mona was comprised largely of heavy metal reinterpretations of R&B standards with quite a few spoken passages and has not aged at all well. The CD reissue, Partial Recall, not only gives Mona yet another airing (it was originally reissued by Psycho in 1984) it also includes a couple of tracks from Deviants 3 and three songs from Farren's later Vampire Stole My Lunch Money album.
"Mona (A Fragment)" (Ellas McDaniel) – 3:15
"Carnivorous Circus, Part 1" (Farren) – 15:19
"The Whole Thing Starts"
"But Charlie, It's Still Moving"
"Observe The Ravens"
"Society of the Horsemen"
"Summertime Blues" (Eddie Cochran, Jerry Capehart) – 2:41
"Carnivorous Circus, Part 2" (Farren) – 13:01
"Don't Talk to Me Mary"
"You Can't Move Me"
"In My Window Box"
"An Epitaph Can Point the Way"
"Mona (The Whole Trip)" (Ellas McDaniel) – 7:25
Mick Farren – Vocals and effects
Steve Hammond – Guitar and vocals
Pete Robinson – Organ and piano
Johnny Gustavson – Bass
Paul Buckmaster – Cello
Twink – Drums, vocals and percussion
Shagrat the Vagrant (Steve Peregrin Took) – Vocals and percussion
Raul – Conga
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