Anno Domini - On This New Day (1971 uk brilliant progressive/psychedelic folk-rock, CD rip, bonus track) Flac


Olá a todos, embora esse álbum já tenha sido postado aqui pelo nosso amigo Gigic2255, o post feito por ele foi de um rip de "vinil", e aqui eu trago para vocês o relançamento em CD desse fantástico álbum incluindo um bônus track. Desfrutem essa maravilha!


This mildly folk/psych-flavoured album is incredibly hard to find in its original form: therefore, this vinyl reissue is a must for fans of melodic acoustic rock. Features a great version of Roger McGuinn's "So You Want To Be A Rock 'n' Roll Star" with some brilliant fuzz guitar work. Release of a 1971 album from the band formed by Tiger Taylor (ex Eire Apparent).










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  2. Hi Nel!
    Oh yes! I remember this post, made ​​by my (our-friend) Gigic2255, thus good will be.. confronting the sound of this LP,with the CD Repertoire Records.
    Many thanks Nel for the opportunity!

    A Folk-Psych masterpiece featuring Tiger Taylor (ex Eire Apparent), with a superb version of The Byrds' 'So You Want To Be A Rock Star'. The record combines melodic folk tunes with other guitar-drenched rockers, great voices and delicious original songs.

    Formed by former Teddy & The Tigers guitarist, David 'Tiger' Taylor, when he left the Eire Apparent in late 1969. Group members were the Dave Mercer (vocals guitar), Kerry Scott (vocals and Congas) and Tiger on lead guitar, bass and vocals. The group was managed by Eddie Kennedy who ran the Maritime Club in Belfast.

    Tiger Taylor takes up the story: "We moved to London in 1970 and started playing the clubs and pubs and we also did a tour of Germany with Rory Gallagher which was very successful for us as we got a recording contract with Polydor, Germany. We recorded one album called 'On This New Day' with Ritchie McCracken on bass and John Wilson on drums from Taste, although i played bass on some of the tracks. It was released in Germany in 1970, I left in 1971 due to the album not being recorded to the standard I felt it should have been and this led to a disagreement with Eddie Kennedy. "When I left they got two new guys into the group. Eddie Kennedy did a deal with Deram records and put the album out in Britain with them on the cover which was highly unprofessional. There are two albums out there now, one with me on the cover and the other with the two new guys."

    Originally Released on a red/white label Deram – SML R-1085
    and the label Polydor (2310 096) Germany 1971(different cover)

    A pleasant and satisfying acoustic folk rock, melodic and very beautiful harmonies, vocals and guitars that are responsible for stress. A great set of songs from Anno Domini, formed in 1971 by Eire Apparent exguitarrista David 'Tiger' Taylor. Eire Apparent specializes in heavy rock touring America with the Jimi Hendrix Experience in 1967.

    Anno Domini offers a completely opposite musical contrast, influenced by American folk rock rhythm present a theme version of the Byrds' So You Want To Be A Star Rock'nroll ". Suggests how the Byrds sound could have reached had they been British. Registration melodic folk songs combined with other drenched rock guitars, big vocals delicious original songs. Among the ten tracks on the album is a cover "Daddy Rowlin '" Dion that stands alongside the original "Bad Lands Of Ardguth", "The Good Life I Have Known" and a single version added as bonus "Hitcock Railway". "On This New Day" It was a job, much sought after by collectors. If you like The Byrds and you're a fan of British psychedelia, this is for you.

    See:Anno Domini
    http://www.irishrock.org/irodb/bands/annodomini.html

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  3. Muchas Gracias.
    Pimpon

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  4. fantastic album. thankx a lot.

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