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    Modern Jazz Quartet, More From The Last Concert, 1981, Atlantic US, SD 8806

    Valium-surrogate. Listen to "Tears from the children" A2.
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    Strawbs, Grave New World, 1972, AM England, AMLH 68078

    Haptic progrock jewel. Blue Weaver replaced Rick Wakeman. Sadly not the best pressing.
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    Alvin Lee, Let It Rock, 1978, Chrysalis Germany, 6307 644

    Drowned in a swamp of punk-overkill and lack of understanding.
    Listen to wonderful track A4 "Images shifting".
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    Maybe you'd better have listened to Lee's 1974 In Flight album, especially to Freedom For the Stallion with that wonderful sax solo by Mel Collins?

    Best regards!

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    Steve Marriott, Marriott, 1976, AM England, AMLH 64572

    Where is the soulful voice we used hear from Small Faces and Humble Pie.
    Except the voice, the whole LP is "erste Sahne".
    Listen to track 3 "Help me through the day" on British side.
    Listen to track 5 "Early evening light" on American side.
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    Better listen

    [QUOTE=Kay Pirinha;438455]Maybe you'd better have listened to Lee's 1974 In Flight album, especially to Freedom For the Stallion with that wonderful sax solo by Mel Collins?

    Yesss, this is definitively a great track: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bev3r41j3s
    Erste Sahne! I'm looking for this live double album....
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    Papa John Creach, Filthy!, 1972, RCA USA, FTR-1009

    The grooviest sounds coming from a violin? Listen to "Far out" B2.
    Filthy? Grunt!
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    Blyth Power, The Barman And Other Stories, 1988, Midnight Music France, CHIME 036 S

    Lush fanciful folk-punkrock. You must love it.
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    Fifty Foot Combo, Ghent-BXL, 2004, Drunkabilly EU, 480 496

    1A surf punkrock. Drunkabilly. Recorded in MONSTERPHONIC sound. This wine goes down well.
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    KABUKI Theater STAR WARS: A Japanese dance-drama from a Galaxy Far Far Away.Kabuki is a traditional style of Japanese theatre. It is a theatrical style with a very rich history. Originating from the 1600s it’s incorporated the social topics of that time and even after many renditions, sanctions from leaders and changes it is still as popular as ever. One of the most popular or characteristic features of kabuki theatre is definitely the masks that are used. The word kabuki means “out of the ordinary” and without the use of these exaggerated masks and makeup theatre wouldn’t be the same.

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    Montana Band, Pop Music, ca. 1975?, Musidisc France, CV 1194

    A cheap "vocal" production. Anybody knows who are the musicians in this fantastic Santana tribute band?
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    These Guys?

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    A cheap "vocal" production. Anybody knows who are the musicians in this fantastic Santana tribute band?
    These Guys?

    Bummer.

    Members of Montana Band Killed in Plane Crash

    LEN IWANSKIJuly 5, 1987



    LAKESIDE, Mont. (AP) _ A twin-engine plane that crashed and burned near a popular resort at Flathead Lake in western Montana killed all 10 people on board, including the members of a popular bluegrass band, authorities said.
    All five members of The Montana Band died when the Beechcraft plane went down Saturday night, along with the group’s road manager, sound manager, the plane’s pilot and a female friend of his and the 12-year-old son of a band member, said the Flathead County sheriff’s office.
    Some witnesses said they saw an airplane ″buzzing″ the lake shortly before the crash. Federal Aviation Administration investigator Don Paul said, ″We believe it was the same one (plane), but we haven’t confirmed that yet.″
    ″They buzzed one of the boats on the lake. It looked like they knew somebody in the boat. They came over low and waggled their wings,″ said one witness, Virgil Deppmeier of Los Altos, Calif.
    Corky Derby, a spokeswoman for the Flathead County sheriff’s office, confirmed that incidents of airplane ″buzzing″ were reported Saturday afternoon and later in the evening.
    The band, based in Reno, Nev., had become popular among country music fans since winning the country division of the Willie Nelson Music Invitational last year in Austin, Texas.
    The group never had a national hit, but recorded four albums and made numerous appearances on television. They had played the Reno-Tahoe casino showroom circuit for more than a decade, as well as colleges, nightclubs, state fairs and rodeos across the country.
    Art Long, publicity director for John Ascuaga’s Nugget in Sparks, Nev., where the group played 22 times since 1980, said the group was one of the most popular acts ever to play the casino.
    ″They were only a step away from the main showrooms and from the big-time with groups like Alabama and the Oak Ridge Boys,″ Long said. ″We’re very saddened because the guys had exceptional talent and personalities. ″
    A spokeswoman said the band had played a private engagement at Lakeside and taken off from the Kalispell City Airport en route to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, to play Saturday night in nearby Post Falls.
    The plane went down 12-15 miles south of the airport just after 8 p.m., said Corky Derby, information officer for the sheriff’s office.
    It hit the top of pine trees 20 yards away from U.S. 93, tearing off a portion of the tail section and then cut a burning swath through trees before plowing into an apple orchard. Musical instruments were scattered around the wreckage.
    ″I could see the plane coming up over the house,″ said Dellivan Thornton, who saw the crash from about a half-mile away. ″She was coming real low and made a curve and then she just went down and hit between two trees.″
    Two investigators from the Federal Aviation Administration office in Helena were on the scene Sunday morning, and Derby said officials from the National Transportation Safety Board office in Denver were expected later in the day.
    Gene Holliday, who lives nearby, said he saw the plane come in off Flathead Lake and go into a roll.
    ″I saw the angle and knew it was going in,″ Holliday said. He said the engines sounded as if they stalled.
    Derby said witnesses who saw the plane crash had varying accounts of what occurred moments before impact and the ensuing fire. ″Everybody saw something different,″ she said.
    ″There were so many eyewitnesses. ... The lake was full of people″ boating on the Fourth of July, she said.
    The victims were identified as pilot Joe Taylor of Athol, Idaho, his friend Jean Bernadine Lemery of Coeur d’Alene; 12-year-old Dallas Tipton, son of band member Clifford Tipton of Reno, Nev., who also was killed; sound manager Dale Anderson, Fort Benton; and band manager Tom Sawan of Missoula. The other band members were identified as Kurt Bergeron, Spokane, Wash.; Allan Larson, Tulsa, Okla.; Grady Whitfield, Salt Lake City; and Terry Robinson, Whitefish.
    The bodies were burned beyond recognition and ages were unavailable, Derby said. It was estimated that most of the victims were in their late 20s or early 30s.
    Other entertainers killed in plane crashes included singer Rick Nelson, who had been featured with his family on the long-running TV series ″The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet.″ Nelson, 45, and members of his Stone Canyon Band were killed in December 1985 when their DC-3 crash-landed near DeKalb, Texas.
    Buddy Holly, Richie Valens and J.P. ″The Big Bopper″ Richardson were killed in 1959 when their plane crashed near Mason City, Iowa, en route to a show in Fargo, N.D.
    Country star Patsy Cline was killed in 1963 in a crash near Camden, Tenn., and country singer Jim Reeves died the following year in a crash near Nashville, Tenn.
    Rhythm and blues artist Otis Redding died in Wisconsin with members of his band in 1967. Rock star Jim Croce died in a 1973 crash near Natchitoches, La., and Ronnie Van Zant and some members of his Lynyrd Skynyrd band died in 1977 in a crash in McComb, Miss.



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    Country?

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    These Guys?

    Bummer.

    Members of Montana Band Killed in Plane Crash


    LEN IWANSKIJuly 5, 1987



    LAKESIDE, Mont. (AP) _ A twin-engine plane that crashed and burned near a popular resort at Flathead Lake in western Montana killed all 10 people on board, including the members of a popular bluegrass band, authorities said.
    All five members of The Montana Band died when the Beechcraft plane went down Saturday night, along with the group’s road manager, sound manager, the plane’s pilot and a female friend of his and the 12-year-old son of a band member, said the Flathead County sheriff’s office.
    Some witnesses said they saw an airplane ″buzzing″ the lake shortly before the crash. Federal Aviation Administration investigator Don Paul said, ″We believe it was the same one (plane), but we haven’t confirmed that yet.″
    ″They buzzed one of the boats on the lake. It looked like they knew somebody in the boat. They came over low and waggled their wings,″ said one witness, Virgil Deppmeier of Los Altos, Calif.
    Corky Derby, a spokeswoman for the Flathead County sheriff’s office, confirmed that incidents of airplane ″buzzing″ were reported Saturday afternoon and later in the evening.
    The band, based in Reno, Nev., had become popular among country music fans since winning the country division of the Willie Nelson Music Invitational last year in Austin, Texas.
    The group never had a national hit, but recorded four albums and made numerous appearances on television. They had played the Reno-Tahoe casino showroom circuit for more than a decade, as well as colleges, nightclubs, state fairs and rodeos across the country.
    Art Long, publicity director for John Ascuaga’s Nugget in Sparks, Nev., where the group played 22 times since 1980, said the group was one of the most popular acts ever to play the casino.
    ″They were only a step away from the main showrooms and from the big-time with groups like Alabama and the Oak Ridge Boys,″ Long said. ″We’re very saddened because the guys had exceptional talent and personalities. ″
    A spokeswoman said the band had played a private engagement at Lakeside and taken off from the Kalispell City Airport en route to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, to play Saturday night in nearby Post Falls.
    The plane went down 12-15 miles south of the airport just after 8 p.m., said Corky Derby, information officer for the sheriff’s office.
    It hit the top of pine trees 20 yards away from U.S. 93, tearing off a portion of the tail section and then cut a burning swath through trees before plowing into an apple orchard. Musical instruments were scattered around the wreckage.
    ″I could see the plane coming up over the house,″ said Dellivan Thornton, who saw the crash from about a half-mile away. ″She was coming real low and made a curve and then she just went down and hit between two trees.″
    Two investigators from the Federal Aviation Administration office in Helena were on the scene Sunday morning, and Derby said officials from the National Transportation Safety Board office in Denver were expected later in the day.
    Gene Holliday, who lives nearby, said he saw the plane come in off Flathead Lake and go into a roll.
    ″I saw the angle and knew it was going in,″ Holliday said. He said the engines sounded as if they stalled.
    Derby said witnesses who saw the plane crash had varying accounts of what occurred moments before impact and the ensuing fire. ″Everybody saw something different,″ she said.
    ″There were so many eyewitnesses. ... The lake was full of people″ boating on the Fourth of July, she said.
    The victims were identified as pilot Joe Taylor of Athol, Idaho, his friend Jean Bernadine Lemery of Coeur d’Alene; 12-year-old Dallas Tipton, son of band member Clifford Tipton of Reno, Nev., who also was killed; sound manager Dale Anderson, Fort Benton; and band manager Tom Sawan of Missoula. The other band members were identified as Kurt Bergeron, Spokane, Wash.; Allan Larson, Tulsa, Okla.; Grady Whitfield, Salt Lake City; and Terry Robinson, Whitefish.
    The bodies were burned beyond recognition and ages were unavailable, Derby said. It was estimated that most of the victims were in their late 20s or early 30s.
    Other entertainers killed in plane crashes included singer Rick Nelson, who had been featured with his family on the long-running TV series ″The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet.″ Nelson, 45, and members of his Stone Canyon Band were killed in December 1985 when their DC-3 crash-landed near DeKalb, Texas.
    Buddy Holly, Richie Valens and J.P. ″The Big Bopper″ Richardson were killed in 1959 when their plane crashed near Mason City, Iowa, en route to a show in Fargo, N.D.
    Country star Patsy Cline was killed in 1963 in a crash near Camden, Tenn., and country singer Jim Reeves died the following year in a crash near Nashville, Tenn.
    Rhythm and blues artist Otis Redding died in Wisconsin with members of his band in 1967. Rock star Jim Croce died in a 1973 crash near Natchitoches, La., and Ronnie Van Zant and some members of his Lynyrd Skynyrd band died in 1977 in a crash in McComb, Miss.



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    The album and band in question is not country or country rock! It's hot Santana-style...
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    Flamenco Rock

    Here's an album of a lesser known, short-lived band, who called their music Flamenco Rock. It's Carmen's 1973 debut, produced by Davie Bowie and T. Rex producer Tony Visconti.

    After their disbanding in 1975, drummer Paul Fenton should become the drummer for T. Rex, and bass guitarist John Glascock joined Jethro Tull.

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    A fine, presumably underrated piece of progressive rock!

    I acquired my copy via Discogs. It's a British first pressing by EMI/Regal Zonophone and arrived this day.

    Best regards!

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