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    Main » 2010 » June » 21 » Vanilla Fudge ~ 1968 ~ The Beat Goes On
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    Vanilla Fudge ~ 1968 ~ The Beat Goes On
    Vanilla Fudge ~ 1968 ~ The Beat Goes On
    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 44'08"  size: 218 mb
     
    Tapestry of Delights:
    This New York psychedelic rock group, named after a popular American Ice Cream, formed in 1966 out of the ashes of (Mark Stein and) The Pigeons and began by specialising in doing slowed down version of other peoples' compositions. Their debut album included organ dominated versions of Lennon-McCartney's Ticket To Ride and Eleanor Rigby, Rod Argent's She's Not There and Curtis Mayfield's People Get Ready- The remake of The Supremes' hit You Keep Me Hanging On reached No 18 in the U.K. in the Summer of 1967 and was later a U.S. hit. Their treatment of these songs was characterised by organ melodramatics and extravagant productions; the album sold quite well and the group had an uniquely distinctive sound. It is said that The Beatles were impressed with the band, with George Harrison playing their version of Ticket to Ride and Eleanor Rigby for anyone that visited them. Eleanor Rigby Pts I & 2 (Atlantic 584, 139) failed as a single in the UK, as did Where Is My Mind/The Look Of Love (Atlantic 584.170), a 1968 release. Their first album reached No 6 in the U.S. Album Charts.
    Their next album, however, was over-ambitious and pretentious, failing in its attempt to provide a history of 25 years of musical development on one LP! Nonetheless it still climbed to No 17.
    Rennaissance, which was released in 1968 and reissued in 1974 by WEA, showed some improvement, largely on account of their typically melodramatic nine-minute version of Donovan's Season Of The Witch which was somewhat surprisingly a minor hit in the U.K. in 1969. However, when the band attempted to write their own material, the result was usually a dismal failure. Vanilla Fudge described their music as 'psychedelic symphonic rock'. The 'symphonic' was an exaggeration, although one can detect a slight classical influence in their music. Rennaissance reached No. 20 in the Album Charts and Near The Beginning made No. 16. Side two was live.
    As the psychedelic era drew to a close, the band moved towards a more conventional heavy rock sound, finally splitting after their fifth LP which reached No. 34 in 1970. Appice and Bogert went on to play with Cactus then Beck, Bogert and Appice and then Rod Stewart, while Stein formed an abortive band called Boomerang.

    Side one:
    "Sketch" (Appice/Bogert/Martell/Stein) - 2:55
    Phase One
    "Intro: The Beat Goes On" (Sonny Bono) - 1:57
    Eighteenth Century: Variations on a Theme by Mozart: "Divertimento No. 13 In F Major" (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) - 0:46
    Nineteenth Century: "Old Black Joe" (Stephen Foster) - 0:46
    Twentieth Century - 3:09
    a. "Don't Fence Me In" (Cole Porter) - 0:52
    b. "12th Street Rag" (Euday L. Bowman) - 0:49
    c. "In The Mood" (Garland-Razaf) - 0:45
    d. "Hound Dog" (Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller) - 0:43
    e. The Beatles - 1:45
    i. "I Want To Hold Your Hand" (John Lennon, Paul McCartney)
    ii. "I Feel Fine" (Lennon-McCartney)
    iii. "Day Tripper" (Lennon-McCartney)
    iv. "She Loves You" (Lennon-McCartney)

    Phase Two
    "The Beat Goes On" - 1:32
    Beethoven: "Fur Elise" & "Moonlight Sonata" (Ludwig von Beethoven) - 6:33
    "The Beat Goes On" - 1:05

    Side two :
    "The Beat Goes On" - 1:00
    Phase Three
    "Voices in Time": Neville Chamberlain, Winston Churchill, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, John F. Kennedy, and Other Voices - 8:09
    Phase Four
    "The Beat Goes On" - 1:50
    "Merchant/The Game Is Over" - 8:57
    a. "Merchant" (Appice/Bogert/Martell/Stein)
    b. "The Game Is Over" (Bourtayre/Bouchety): Vinnie
    c. "Merchant"
    d. "The Game Is Over": Tim
    e. "Merchant"
    f. "The Game Is Over": Carmine
    g. "Merchant"
    h. "The Game Is Over": Mark
    i. "Merchant"

    "The Beat Goes On" - 2:20

    Carmine Appice - drums, vocals
    Tim Bogert - bass, vocals
    Vince Martell - guitar, vocals
    Mark Stein - lead vocals, keyboards

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    3 olegelagin   (08.01.2011 15:43)
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    2 rempelos   (08.01.2011 15:38)
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    1 Anon   (06.10.2010 18:31)
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