» Uncle Dog ~ 1972 ~ Old Hat
Uncle Dog ~ 1972 ~ Old Hat
quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers)
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Tapestry of Delights:
A short-lived rock group including Carol Grimes, who fronted Delivery in 1970 and also made solo recordings. John Pearson played drums on four of the tracks and John 'Rabbit' Bundrick, who was later with The Who, played piano on a couple of tracks. Most of the songs were penned by Dave Skinner, although there are a few covers, including Dylan's I'll Be Your Baby Tonight and Sam C. Phillips/Hermann Parker's Mystery Train. Carol Grimes' vocals are the most appealing thing about this album.
Guest musicians on the LP were Paul Kossoff, guitar on "We Got Time".
John Porter became a producer and produced The Smiths and John Lee Hooker's comeback album in 1989. Mitchell played with Clancy and The Sandmen. Skinner also played in Clancy and 801 while Legendary Ace Drummer Terry Stannard formed the hit band Kokomo later.
John Porter is a producer nowadays and produced The Smiths and John Lee Hooker's comeback album in 1989.
01. River Road 3:07
02. Movie Time 2:36
03. Old Hat 3:44
04. Boogie With Me 2:50
05. We've Got Time 5:35
06. Smoke 4:46
07. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight 3:44
08. Mystery Train 4:32
09. Lose Me 4:59
Carol Grimes - vocals
Terry Stannard - Drums / Percussion
Phillip Crooks - guitar
Sam Mitchell - guitar
John Porter - guitar, bass
David Skinner - keyboards, vocals (ex-Twice as Much)
John Pearson - drums
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