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    Main » 2014 » August » 7 » the Freedom ~ 1968 ~ Nerosubianco
    the Freedom ~ 1968 ~ Nerosubianco
    the Freedom ~ 1968 ~ Nerosubiancogenre: psych
    country: uk
    audio: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:04'25" size: 302 mb

    Tapestry of Delights :
    A heavy rock group who had a good live act but whose albums were rather mundane. The best track on Through The Years (the US edition) was Freestone, the opener. The title cut, Get Yourself Together and London City were competent but unexceptional heavy rock tracks, whilst Thanks was mellow and more mainstream. The final track, Toe Grabber, was based on boring guitar riffs. By the time of their final effort for Vertigo in 1972 they'd veered towards country-rock!
    Bobby Harrison had previously banged the skins for Procol Harum and went on to perform vocal duties with Snafu. Ray Royer had played guitar in Procol Harum. They formed Freedom when they were given a generous out of court financial settlement to leave Procol Harum because they were considered to be incompatible with the rest of the band's sound.
    Prior to their first UK album they put out an album called At Last, which was only released in Germany (Metronome MLP 15371) 1970 and in France on (Byg 529325) 1970. This is reputed to contain some good slices of psychedelia. During the Winter of 1967/8 Freedom (Harrison, Royer, Mike Lease (keyb'ds) and Steve Shirley (bs, vcls) were invited to contribute to the Soundtrack of the film 'Nerosubianco' ('The Attraction'), which was masterminded by noted Italian producer Dino De Laurentiis. The resulting album has now been issued in the UK by Tenth Planet and sounding similar to Procol Harum or instrumentally to early Traffic is worth a listen.

    01. To Be Free 3:20
    02. The Better Side 4:35
    03. Attraction-Black On White-With You 7:55
    04. The Butt Of Deception 2:54
    05. The Truth Is Plain To See 3:54
    06. Childhood Refections 3:07
    07. Seeing Is Believing 3:15
    08. You Won'T Miss 3:31
    09. Born Again 4:21
    10. Decidedly Man 4:19
    11. Relation 3:23
    12. We Say No 3:12
    13. The Game Is Over 4:48
    14. The Better Side (Working Mix-Single Vocal) 4:41
    15. The Butt Of Deception (Working Mix) 2:54
    16. Born Again (Dry Version) 4:15

    BOBBY HARRISON vcls, drms A
    Mike Lease (keyb'ds)
    Steve Shirley (bs, vcls) 

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