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    Main » 2010 » March » 13 » Frijid Pink ~ 1972 ~ Earth Omen
    Frijid Pink ~ 1972 ~ Earth Omen

    genre: heavy

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    time: 39'09" size: 247 mb


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    From Detroit, Michigan this act were another fine example of the local hard rock and blues scene. Although they actually enjoyed three top 100 hits in the US, by far their finest moment was their highly original rock arrangement of House Of The Rising Sun (a traditional popularised by Dylan and The Animals), also notable for some superb guitar work.

    Produced by Michael Valvano, their debut album also sold well, peaking at No. 11 in the Charts. Apart from House Of The Rising Sun and Cryin' Shame (written by Valvano), all their material was written by Beaudry and Thompson. Recorded in New York and entirely composed of original tracks penned and produced by the group, the second album also met with some commercial success, climbing to No 149. Both albums combine hard rock and blues and are enjoyable if you like this style.

    The group then broke up and Rick Stevers assembled a new line-up. Recorded in Toronto, the third album, Earth Omen, was produced by Vinnie Testa and Clyde Stevers and is more heavy in style, with keyboards and some harder guitar work. Some ballads were also now included on here and are not their most interesting aspect.

    A fourth and final album was released on Fantasy in 1975, with an unknown line-up and style. ~ (Vernon Joynson / Max Waller / Stephane Rebeschini)

    "Miss Evil" - 6:24
    "Sailor" - 4:21
    "Earth Omen" - 3:32
    "Lazy Day" - 4:38
    "Train Woman" - 3:59
    "Eternal Dream" - 4:18
    "New Horizon" - 4:20
    "Rainbow Rider" - 2:57
    "Mr. Blood" - 4:39


    Jon Wearing - lead vocals

    Richard Stevers - drums

    Tom Harris - bass

    Craig Webb - guitars


    Larry Zelanka - keyboards


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