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    Main » 2011 » January » 5 » Wailing Wall ~ 1970 ~ Wailing Wall
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    Wailing Wall ~ 1970 ~ Wailing Wall
    Wailing Wall ~ 1970 ~ Wailing Wall
    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: mp3 (256k, scans)
    time: 40'37" size: 81 mb
     
    Wailing Wall's sole LP is mostly an item for the psychedelic rock collector's wish list, but it delivers an interesting enough listen for more casual fans of obscure American '70s rock. Mike Cancellari (guitar), Doug Adams (vocals), Darrel Adams (bass), and David Rutledge (drums) were not the best of musicians, but what they lacked in tightness (and they did) they almost made up in feeling and a certain level of creativity. Cancellari was obviously a quick learner of Jimi Hendrix's chops, but while other guitarists at the time were focusing on the genius' sound and riffs, Cancellari picked up his bluesy soul ("Meet My Dreams" borrows the moody feel of "Rainy Day, Dream Away"). Doug Adams misses a few easy notes, but he has a deep soul-blues voice, between the range and strength of Chicago's Robert Lamm and Terry Kath. The vocal harmonies in "Scissor-Tailed Swallow" and the addition of two trombones in "Meet My Dreams" provide extra similarities with early Chicago, although Wailing Wall's brand of rock is heavier and definitely Southern. The heartfelt delivery and hard-thumping grooves ("Mad Rapper" crosses Hendrix's "Red House" with the rootsier moments of early Captain Beefheart) compensate for some awful lyrics, especially in "Country of the Goose," which could have been a strong song at four or five minutes, but becomes embarrassing at nine. Still, this album deserved to receive a wider audience than the El Paso locals. ~ François Couture, Rovi

    01. "Scissor Tailed Swallow" 3:20
    02. "Country Of The Goose" 9:29
    03. "Flying" 4:58
    04. "Hot Summerґs Night" 2:56
    05. "Mad Rapper" 5:40
    06. "Dark House, Crazy Nights" 5:01
    07. "Iґm Running Low" 6:02
    08. "Meet My Dreams" 3:13
     
    Mike Cancellari (guitar)
    Doug Adams (vocals)
    Darrel Adams (bass guitar)
    David Rutledge (drums)
     
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