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    Main » 2010 » May » 2 » Roy Harper - 1973 - Lifemask
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    Roy Harper - 1973 - Lifemask
    genre: psych folk
    country: uk
    quality : loss (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 44'02"
    size: 263 mb

    Wiki:
    Lifemask was written by Harper during a period where a congenital blood disorder threatened his health. With thoughts of life and death upon his mind, side two of the album features a lengthy track entitled "The Lord's Prayer" which Harper described as "...my last will and testament". The album cover itself is a representation of Harpers 'death mask'.
    Some of the songs comprised the soundtrack for the movie Made which was on general release at the time. It co-starred with Carol White. The John Mackenzie directed film, Made, was the story of the relationship between a young single mother and an insecure rock star, 'Mike Preston' played by Harper. The film featured excerpts from "The Lord's Prayer", a live excerpt from "Highway Blues", a live session of "Little Lady" and "Bank Of The Dead" (a.k.a. "The Social Casualty" and "Valerie's Song") sung with alternate lyrics.
    " There was a bath scene in which everyone got to see my bum. Unfortunately the film is no longer available, but I'm sure that there are some long memories out there able to recall other bum excursions.”
     
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    Side One:
    "Highway Blues" – 6:34
    "All Ireland" – 2:52
    "Little Lady" – 4:19
    "Bank Of The Dead" – 3:13
    "South Africa" – 4:06

    Side Two:
    "The Lord's Prayer" – 22:55
    a) "Poem"
    b) "Modal Song Parts I to IV"
    c) "Front Song"
    d) "Middle Song"
    e) "End Song" (Front Song Reprise)

    Roy Harper – guitar, synthesizer, bass, harmonica, bells, and vocals
    Jimmy Page – guitar on "Bank Of The Dead" and "The Lord's Prayer"
    Laurie Allen – drums on "Highway Blues"
    Steve Broughton – bongos on "The Lord's Prayer"
    Tony Carr – bongos on "The Lord's Prayer" and drums on "Bank Of The Dead"
    Brian Davison – drums on "The Lord's Prayer"
    Brian Hodges – bass on "Bank Of The Dead" and "The Lord's Prayer"
    Ray Warleigh – flute on "The Lord's Prayer"

     
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