Radio Moscow - The Great Escape Of Leslie Magnafuzz -WAV
Este clip é do primeiro cd, não deste cd aqui
This clip is from the first cd, and have not posted here
A post from OldBitch and Adamus67
A post from OldBitch and Adamus67
O Radio Moscow é na minha opinião uma das melhores bandas atuais
Americana, se baseia em cactus, cream e outras bandas do final dos anos 60 e começo dos 70
Ouvi-la é voltar no tempo, e vendo essa garotada tocar é um imenso prazer
Então não percam tempo e baixem essa maravilha aqui que é o terceiro cd deles
Hey your freaks
Radio Moscow is in my opinion one of the best bands today
American, based on cactus, cream and other bands of the late 60th and early 70th
I heard it is going back in time, and seeing these kids play is a pleasure
So do not waste time downloading this and wonder where is the third cd of them
01 - Little Eyes (4:45)
02 - No Time (3:46)
03 - Speedfreak (3:13)
04 - Creepin' (3:28)
05 - Turtle Back Rider (4:18)
06 - Densaflorativa (3:30)
07 - I Don't Need Nobody (4:54)
08 - Misleading Me (3:53)
09 - Summer of 1942 (2:58)
10 - Insideout (5:12)
11 - Deep Down Below (5:06)
12 - Open Your Eyes (5:23)
Radio Moscow is an American psychedelic rock band , founded in a garage in Story City, Iowa in 2003. The band consists of singer, guitarist and songwriter - Parker Griggs (he also plays the drums during the recording studio) and bassist Zach Anderson. In the live shows supporting their drummer Corey Berry.
Prior to the formation of the band, Parker Griggs recorded under the solo alias Garbage Composal. After completing an album's worth of material, Griggs enlisted bassist Serana Andersen to form Radio Moscow, and the duo relocated to Colorado. Following a Black Keys gig, Griggs got a demo into the hands of frontman Dan Auerbach, he then helped in getting Radio Moscow signed to Alive Naturalsound Records, Upon returning to Iowa, Luke McDuff was brought in as the new bassist of the group. Griggs and McDuff then recorded the band's debut album in 2006, with Auerbach handling production duties; Radio Moscow was released in February 2007. Shortly after the release of the album, McDuff was replaced by Zach Anderson.
Since 2007, Radio Moscow have toured many regions of the world, with a number of live drummers including Keith Rich, Todd Stevens and Paul Marrone. The band's second album, Brain Cycles, was released in April 2009, this time self-produced by the band. Radio Moscow later released their third album, The Great Escape of Leslie Magnafuzz, in October 2011.
Radio Moscow are often compared stylistically to blues rock bands from the 1960s and 1970s, particularly fellow power trios like Cream, The Jimi Hendrix Experience and Blue Cheer. Reviewing the band's self-titled album for music website AllMusic, Greg Prato described the group's sound as "a throwback to the classic rock of the '70s", comparing certain songs to artists such as Ram Jam, The Allman Brothers Band and The Jeff Beck Group. Following the release of Brain Cycles, Radio Moscow have also been cited as an example of the stoner rock genre.
Although the time of the reign of classic rock music forever gone by the end of the seventies, and the vast majority of contemporary musicians trying to find new solutions rather than to refer to these well-proven, that there are still artists who do not want to sound on the modern power. Surely someone like this is Parker Griggs, the lead singer, guitarist and drummer of the American band - Radio Moscow.
Chaotic from start to finish, Radio Moscow's third album Great Escape of Leslie Magnafuzz is all about playing vintage riffs as hard and fast as possible. The group takes the fundamentals of garage and blues-rock, and pushes them to the max with on-stage energy. The only thing is, they aren’t a group at all. With the exception of the bass parts handled by bassist Zack Anderson, Parker Griggs plays every instrument on the record. His hyperactive drumming and screaming, wah-wah fuzz guitar solos are beyond showy, and he’s a powerful singer to boot, with his beefy yet tuneful growl. The mood and tempo of Great Escape of Leslie Magnafuzz is relentless, which can be a plus, but because there isn't much variety in Griggs and Anderson's simple, blues-based musical vocabulary, the multi-sectioned songs sometimes run on and on, like aimless jams, until the intensity starts to become a blur. Still, the duo plays hard as hell, and emulate the early-‘70s revival to a 'T' (right down to the psychedelic production and crazy studio panning and echo tricks). Sure, “Turtle Back Rider” is derivative of the Jimi Hendrix Experience, and “I Don’t Need Nobody” is a lift from the Allman Brothers Band all the way, but you can't blame them. Radio Moscow's just following in those bands' footsteps of taking old Delta blues riffs and amping them up. In this case, way up
Radio Moscow - The Great Escape of Leslie Magnafuzz (2011)
Recorded at Prairie Sun Studios in Cotati, CA
Produced by Parker Griggs
Engineered by Jason D'Ottavio
Mastered by Tim Gennert
Parker Griggs - vocals, guitars, drums, percussion, harmonica, production, mixing, illustrations
Zach Anderson - bass
All songs written and composed by Parker Griggs; "Little Eyes" and "Summer of 1942" co-written by Zach Anderson.