ONE - One (1969 uk hard psychedelic/progressive with jazz touches - 1997 reissue - Flac)


Pra quem não aprecia jazz-rock, eu estou passeando muito nessa área, não acham?! (he, he..). Esse álbum é muito bom! Desfrutem!


A little-known album whose participants were better known for session work. Brent Forbes, who was in Locust in the mid-seventies, also worked for Bob Pegg and The Surprise Sisters; Norman Leppard played with Aynsley Dunbar and Alan Marshall, who was in Zebra in the mid-seventies, played for Pete Bardens. Conrad Isadore was most prolific of all – cropping up on several other artists albums.














Comentários

  1. LINK:

    EAC > Flac+.cue+log+full scans (600 dpi)

    http://depositfiles.org/files/wuq41zr6w

    or
    http://netkups.com/?d=2d51511e1ac98

    ResponderExcluir
  2. A little known album and extremely rare, ah not made ​​any republication of this disc. With its rock music with folk and psychedelic touches were recorded by the Fontana label and would record only five songs on their eponymous debut album. Its members most of all known for his session work, as Brent Forbes was in Locust in the mid 70's who also worked for Bob Peggy The surprise sisters. Norman Leppard played with Aynsley Dunbar and Alan Marshall, who was in Zebra mid 70's playing for Pete Bardens. Conrad Isadore was the most prolific of all, growing several albums of various artists.

    The album would begin by the theme 'Do not Listen To Me' a very hard rock with very peculiar rhythm, their bodies and their voices that give the perfect touch to this, 'Cautiously' a very calm but enriching in their melodies, such as the flute and voice, 'Stop Pulling and Pushing Me' with a riff very moved and very rock and roll style, 'Near to Bone' a song with country style and finally 'Run, Shaker Life' much like the moved above but more so good rhythms and seductive voice and an improvisation on the part of the drummer and flautist.

    Kevin Fogarty - Guitar
    Brent Forbes - Low
    Conrad Isadore - drums
    Norman Leppard - Flute
    Alan Marshall - Guitar, Voice, Harmonica
    Bobby Sass - Guitar, Voices

    @Nel:Thanks a lot!

    ResponderExcluir
  3. fantastic,fabulous, a millions thanks for let me knowin this amazing music !!!.

    ResponderExcluir
  4. Thanks very much! FLAC is much appreciated!

    ResponderExcluir

Postar um comentário