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    Main » 2015 » March » 22 » Thunderclap Newman ~ 1970 ~ Hollywood Dream
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    Thunderclap Newman ~ 1970 ~ Hollywood Dream
    Thunderclap Newman ~ 1970 ~ Hollywood Dreamgenre: psych pop
    state: uk
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    time: 68:41 size: 454 mb

    Tapestry of Delights:
    The Who's Pete Townshend put together this group as a studio outfit in the late sixties. Guitarist Jimmy McCulloch was just a sixteen at the time, 'Speedy' Keen was an untried songwriter from the Ealing/Perivale area of London who'd previously been in pre-July act The Tomcats in 1965, as drummer and Andy 'Thunderclap' Newman was a plump ex-Post Officer engineer. The last thing they represented was a slick rock group, but their debut 45, Something In The Air, written by Keen, remains an all-time classic, a wonderfully atmospheric song which superbly captured the changing mood of the late sixties and simply boiled over with optimism. When it rapidly climbed to No 1, Avery and McCulloch's younger brother Jack were rapidly added to the line-up for touring purposes, but after one minor hit with Accidents, further commercial success eluded them and they broke up in mid-1970. Their Hollywood Dream album has become a minor collector's item, but is largely disappointing in comparison to the magic of Something In The Air. It has some good moments:- Hollywood #1 has some good honky tonk piano playing; The Reason is certainly one of 'Speedy' Keen's stronger compositions and features a good vocal performance by him and more good piano from Andy Newman; Jimmy McCulloch's instrumental title track is a pleasant little ditty and Wild Country is worth a listen.
    Jimmy McCulloch went on to join Stone The Crows and Wings, whilst Newman and Keen both made solo albums but with little success.

    "Something in the Air" – 3:54
    "Hollywood #1" - 3:20
    "The Reason" - 4:05
    "Open the Door, Homer" (Bob Dylan) - 3:00
    "Look Around" - 2:59
    "Accidents" - 9:40
    "Wild Country" - 4:14
    "When I Think" - 3:06
    "The Old Cornmill" - 3:58
    "I Don't Know" - 3:44
    "Hollywood Dream" (Instrumental) (Jack McCulloch, Jimmy McCulloch) - 3:06
    "Hollywood #2" - 2:54

    bonus tracks:
    "Something in the Air" (Single Version) - 3:54
    "Wilhemina" (Andy Newman) - 2:56
    "Accidents" (Single Version) - 3:46
    "I See It All" (Jack McCulloch, Jimmy McCulloch) - 2:46
    "The Reason" (Single Version) - 3:47
    "Stormy Petrel" (Newman) - 2:57


    John "Speedy" Keen – lead vocals, drums, percussion, acoustic guitar, conga, glockenspiel, gong, maracas
    Andy Newman - piano, organ, soprano saxophone, bass saxophone, oboe, tin whistle, glockenspiel, cor anglais, Bengali flutes, Japanese battle cymbal, hand bell, Indian finger cymbals, sleigh bells, Chinese temple block, vocals
    Jimmy McCulloch - acoustic guitar, electric guitar, maracas, wood block, backing vocals
    Additional musicians:
    Chris Morphet - harmonica (tracks 4 & 5)
    Pete Townshend (originally credited as Bijou Drains) - bass
    Ian Green - string arrangement ("Something in the Air")

     
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