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    Main » 2010 » April » 30 » Patto - 1971 - Hold Your Fire
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    Patto - 1971 - Hold Your Fire
    Patto - 1971 - Hold Your Firegenre: boogie
    country: uk
    quality : lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 58'46" size: 374 mb
    issue: 2004 (originally on great Vertigo label)

    Tapestry of Delights:

    Mike Patto (real name Michael Patrick McGarth) first came to light as the vocalist in a Norwich R&B outfit called Mike Patto and The Breakaways. After several line-up changes The Breakaways became The Bluebottles, but soon after Patto headed for London to join The National Youth Jazz Orchestra. At the same time he had a spell with The Bo Street Runners and the Chicago Line Blues Band in 1966 before forming Timebox, which eventually evolved into Patto. These three albums were heavier in style than what he'd done to date but failed to capture a wider interest. Nonetheless, Patto (1970), was a good jazz-rock fusion featuring some fine vibraphone and guitar playing from Ollie Halsall. Hold Your Fire, which is now hard to find, was reputedly better, although their album for Island was rather disappointing. When the project disintegrated in 1973, Patto embarked on a brief solo career and also had spells in Spooky Tooth and Boxer (the latter venture re-uniting him with Ollie Halsall). His final solo 45, Sitting In The Park was a ballad done by Billy Stewart and Georgie Fame. Sadly, he died on 3 March 1979 of throat cancer

     

    01. Hold Your Fire 8:06
    02. You, You Point Your Finger 4:35
    03. How's Your Father 4:46
    04. See You At The Dance Tonight 4:57
    05. Give It All Away 4:11
    06. Air Raid Shelter 7:07
    07. Tell Me Where You've Been 3:50
    08. Magic Door 4:24
    09. Beat The Drum 5:09
    10. Bad News 4:38
    11. Air Raid Shelter

    Clive Griffiths (Bass, Vocals)
    Ollie Halsall (Organ, Piano, Vocals, Vibraphone)
    John Halsey (Percussion, Drums)
    Mike Patto (Vocals)

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