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    Main » 2015 » February » 10 » Royal Servants ~ 1971 ~ We
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    Royal Servants ~ 1971 ~ We
    Royal Servants ~ 1971 ~ Wegenre: rock, psych
    state: germany
    quality: lossless (wv, cue, log, covers, 462 mb)
    time: 56'13"

    Crack in the Cosmic Egg:
    Originating from Reichenbach (near Stuttgart) as a school band called the Sounders in 1964, they became the Royal Servants in late-1965 with a repertoire of The Beatles, Rolling Stones, The Kinks, and such-like. Over the years, up to recording their debut LP, numerous members came and went, until the only original member was Matthias "James" Thurow. Detlev Nottrodt had joined from The Hardships meanwhile, and virtually took-over the band, credited with penning all their 1970 material.
    A patchy affair, WE opened on a jazzy psychedelic footing, with a very English sound almost certainly inspired by the likes of Traffic, Colloseum and Blodwyn Pig. Thereafter, we have two lengthy (largely instrumental) tracks and a few short pop numbers, with the title track freaking-out close to Xhol or Nosferatu, and the big opus "Latin Underground" adding a Santana edge and the excuse for lots of winding solos. These 26 minutes of quality material make it well worth a listen, setting aside the questionable English lyrics.
    After a change of direction, and deciding to sing in German instead, four members (Detlev Nottrodt, James Thurow, Ronnie Libal and Günter Klinger) went on to become the nucleus of the legendary Eulenspygel.

    01. Work Part II 5:25
    02. We 9:19
    03. Someone To Be With Me 2:52
    04. Latin Underground 12:50
    05. Here's Where I'm Gonna Stay 2:58
    06. Private Man 3:47
    07. Doomsday Up To Date 2:03

    bonus:
    08. Burnin' Region 3:52
    09. Help Me Please 4:16
    10. Still I Belong 3:55
    11. The Blues Comin' My Way 4:57


    James Thurow (guitars)
    Detlev Nottrodt (vocals, guitars)
    Manfred Maier (vocals)
    Ronald Libal (bass)
    Reinhard Hetzinger (organ)
    Günter Klinger (drums, percussion)
    +
    Peter Mayer (piano, organ, vibes)
    unknown (saxophone, trumpet)
    Cornelius Hauptmann (flute)

     
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