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    Main » 2014 » August » 18 » Geronimo Black ~ 1972 ~ Geronimo Black
    Geronimo Black ~ 1972 ~ Geronimo Black
    Geronimo Black ~ 1972 ~ Geronimo Blackgenre: heavy psych, blues
    country: us
    audio: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans, size: 224 mb)
    time: 41'36"

    Fuzz Acid $ Flowers:
    Jimmy Carl Black and Bunk Gardner were previously in the Mothers of Invention, Tjay Contrelli was in Love circa Da Capo and Denny Walley was a member of Big Mouth.
    Their first album was produced by Keith Olsen (the former Music Machine Millenium member) and should particularly interest the Zappa and Captain Beefheart fans. Musically it mixes blues (Low Ridin' Man), instrumental tracks (Siesta, Quaker's Earthquake) and rock tracks (Other Man, L.A. County Jail 59, Let Us Live); its high point being An American National Anthem written by JC Black about the Indian killings ("Indian Land is stolen, 52 million dead, each one's head is scalped by a trick taught by white man hunters coming over the land"). The lyrics and musicianship are both really strong. Buzz Gardner, Murray Roman and a small string section also played on this underrated album.
    Geronimo Black reformed in 1980 to record Welcome Back on the small Helios label, with new versions of Low Ridin' Man, Other Man and An American National Anthem plus four new songs and covers of Hoochie Coochie Man and Lovesick Blues with the help of other ex-Mothers of Invention: Ray Collins, Don Preston and Buzz Gardner. ~ (Stephane Rebeschini)

    01. Low Ridin' Man 4:15
    02. Siesta 4:16
    03. Other Man 3:03
    04. L.A. County Jail '59 C/S 4:16
    05. Let Us Live 4:31
    06. Bullwhip 4:18
    07. Quaker's Earthquake 2:51
    08. Gone 3:13
    09. An American National Anthem 6:56
    10. '59 Chevy 3:36

    JIMMY CARL BLACK    drms, vcls    A
    ANDY CAHAN    keyb'ds, drms, vcls    A
    TJAY CONTRELLI    sax, flute, vcls    A
    BUNK GARDNER    piano, sax, flute    A
    TOM LEAVEY    bs, hrmnca    A
    DENNY WALLEY    gtr, vcls

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