quinta-feira, 9 de julho de 2009

REPOST: McChurch Soundroom - Delusion (1971 German Heavy Prog)


BANDA ALEMÃ COM MUSICOS DE PRIMEIRA LINHA!! UM GRANDE ALBUM E UMA RARIDADE QUE RECOMENDO A TODO OS HOMENS DE BOM GOSTO!! A COMPARAÇÃO COM BANDA GRAVY TRAIN PODE SER FEITA, PRINCIPALMENTE PELO USO DE FLAUTAS E PELA VARIAÇÃO DE ESTILOS!! VENENO FUSION!!

Starting deceptively in folk-rock realms, "Delusion" moves around a lot, never sitting comfortably within any genre, and is largely instrumental, bridging psychedelic, hard-rock and fusion, being variably comparable to Gomorrha, Thirsty Moon and other such bands. The closest album to compare is Gravy Train's superb debut, which similarly featured flute in a variety of rock and fusion styles.

Another of those obscure bands about which there is little information. 'Delusion' (1972) is one of the rarest albums on the legendary Pilz label, and, therefore, hunted by collectors all over the globe. It has the typical German heavy progressive underground sound, based on loud guitars, trembling organ and flute. The sleeve generously credited the following people: "the Hamburg police appears during the session by kindly arrangement of enthusiastic neighbours"! The album contained five tracks in all. 'Dream of a Drummer' is slightly marred by a long drum solo, otherwise there is much to enjoy here. 'What Are You Doin'' contained an anti-drug message:
'What Are You Doin'', 'Time is Flying', and 'Delusion' are the highlights of this recommended album, produced by Konrad Plank.
As with so many contemporaries, McChurch Soundroom recorded just one album and then disappeared into obscurity (after the folding of Pilz in 1973

Sandy McChurch [Sandro Chiesa] (vocals, flute)
Heiner Althaus (guitar)
Alain Veltin (organ)
Kurt Hafen (bass)
Norbert "Nobbi" Jud (drums)

01. Delusion
02. Dream Of A Drummer
03. Time Is Flying
04. What Are You Doin
05. Trouble Part 1
06. Trouble Part 2

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