sexta-feira, 8 de agosto de 2008

Primevil - Smokin' Bats at Campton's (1974 Rare US Hardrock Bluesy)


ÓTIMA BANDA E ÓTIMO ALBUM QUE É CONSIDERADO UM BELO EXEMPLO DO HARD ROCK SETENTISTA!! HARD COM PITADAS BLUES E PSICODÉLICAS AO MELHOR ESTILO LED ZEPPELIN E BLACK SABBATH NOS BONS TEMPOS!! EXCELENTE VENENO COM UMA SONORIDADE QUE CORRESPONDA A UMA DIRETA NA VEIA!! ALTAMENTE RECOMENDADO!!

Originally a private and limited vinyl release in 1974, Smokin' Bats At Compton's stands as a fine example of '70s hard rock. The overall sound is bluesy hard rock, very much in the style of Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath, although in recent years they have also appealed to psychedelic collectors. Highlights include the opening track 'Leavin', 'Progress' and the now legendary 'Hey Lover'. 8 total tracks. Radioactive. 2006.

This is an example of seventies hard rock at its best with some superb twin lead guitar work from Larry Lucas and Jay Wilfong. Some dealers describe this as psychedelic. The band came from Indiana and the album was issued privately and had a limited vinyl reissue.

Dave Campton : Lead Vocals, Harp, Percussion, Electric Chair
Mel Cupp : Drums
Larry Lucas : Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Mark Sipe : Bass Guitar
Jay Wilfong : Electric Guitar, Screams
Moe Whittemore : Synthesizer

01.Leavin' (3:51)
02.Progress (3:25)
03.Fantasies (6:00)
04.Pretty Woman (3:11)
05.Tell Me If You Can (5:20)
06.Hey, Lover (2:36)
07.High Steppin' Stomper (4:27)
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