Plum Nelly - Deceptive Lines (1971 us fantastic heavy/psychedelic rock - 2009 reissue - FLAC)

Brilhante heavy/psicodélico álbum. Desfrutem!

It's fantastic, underground progressive heavy rock classic with definitive 'British' feel - very similar to the 2nd Taman Shud LP, Leaf Hound, early Uriah Heep and even Allman Brothers Band debut LP.

The tracks are mostly very long, guitar parts are intensive and loud, vocals are fine and additional flute parts really charming!

The sound was restored very carefully (with no tacky equalization and compression) and now is very bright and clear! Enjoy!


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  2. Meu caro Mago do Metal, acompanho há muito tempo o seu blog e gostaria de saber se tem como você atualizar o link para o post

    Ficarei muito grato e parabéns pelo blog.

  3. This five man - band began playing under the name "Creedmore State" until Nicky and Arnie Ungano of the famed defunct New York City rock club of the same name took them under their wings and signed the band to Capitol Records under the name "Plum Nelly." They either played with or opened for many famous acts such Bo Diddley, B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Jimi Hendrix, The Kinks, Savoy Brown, John Mayall, Fleetwood Mac, Rod Stewart and The Faces, Joe Cocker, Dr. John, Muddy Waters, Terry Reid and notibly at Carnegie Hall with The James Gang.

    The band recorded The album , November through December 1970 along with producer Kenneth Cooper. It was released in 1971. Band personnel on the record included John E. (Earl) Walker on lead guitar, Ric Prince lead vocalist, Peter Harris on Bass, Steve Ress rhythm guitar and vocals, and Christopher Lloyd on drums. Guests on the album included Jeremy Steig on flute and The Sweet Inspirations were featured on the background vocals of "Lonely Man's Cry." The Sweet Inspirations were led by Cissy Houston who is Whitney Houston's Mom. They also were Elvis Presley's and Aretha Franklin's backup singers during this period. Dave Bash Johnson played conga's on the song "Carry On." Album liner notes were written by Patrick Salvo.

    The group toured the US during the early '70's and relocated in Los Angeles in 1974. It was at this time that John Murphy replaced Bob Feit, who went on to become Tina Turner's bass player, and superseded original "Plum Nelly" member Peter Harris on bass guitar.

    Plum Nelly disbanded in 1976. It was during this time that Walker formed the first incarnation of "The John Earl Walker Band," circa late 70's to early 80's.

    Thx Nel :)


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