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    Main » 2015 » January » 7 » the Quincy Conserve ~ 2001 ~ The Very Best Of
    the Quincy Conserve ~ 2001 ~ The Very Best Of
    the Quincy Conserve ~ 2001 ~ The Very Best Ofgenre: rock, brass, pop
    state: new zealand
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers, 406 mb)
    time: 1:03 '45"
    misc.: '68-'73 recordings

    Dreams Fantasies & Nightmares:
    The Qincy Conserve was Wellington's first supergroup. All of the original line-up, except for Dennis Mason, had played in other bands. They formed in 1967 and were the resident band at the Downtown Club for a number of years. A capable live band, they also shone in the studio and had a plethora of recordings. Ride The Rain, a brassy rock song with an appealing rhythmic beat..
    The Line-up details given above is incomplete. Raice McLeod, who played with the band between April '68 to November '69 left to play with Ricky May in Australia. He was replaced by Bruno Lawrence but both Richard Burgess and Tom Swainson also had spells at the drumkit. Former Top Shelf member Kevin Furey played lead guitar for a while and Geoff Culverwell from The Wedge was also later in the band.
    Raice McLeod recalls:- "In both '68 and '69, The Quincy were the backup band for any/all singers on the Loxene Gold Disc Award tours. Allison Durbin was the star we backed on both, plus assorted other singers. Larry's Rebels were also on the '69 trip."
    When they finally broke up in 1975 a new band The 1860 Band emerged out of their ashes. Malcolm, a severe diabetic, later put together a pub-rock outfit called Captain Custard, but his diabetes finally got the better of him and he died from complications arising out of his condition on 5th November 1988.

    01. Ride the rain 2:53
    02. Roundhouse 3:16
    03. Aire of good feeling 4:17
    04. I've been loving you baby 2:53
    05. Hallelujah 2:26
    06. All right in the city 2:39
    07. Soul thing 3:15
    08. I feel good 2:48
    09. Lulu Belle 3:07
    10. Keep on pushing 3:11
    11. Lovin' look 2:36
    12. Everybody has their way 3:59
    13. Somebody, Somewhere, Help me 2:44
    14. Going back to the garden 4:15
    15. I'm so proud 2:18
    16. Here's to the next time 2:40
    17. My Michellechan 3:47
    18. Keep on playing that Rock and Roll 3:49
    19. Slut 4:18
    20. Volcano 2:36

    Malcolm Hayman (Lead Guitar / Vocals)
    Dave Orams (Bass Guitar)
    Rufus Rehu (Keyboards)
    Johnny McCormick (Saxophone)
    Dennis Mason (Saxophone)
    Brian Beauchamp (Drums)

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