domingo, 11 de outubro de 2009

Second Life - Second Life (1971 German Hard Rock Bluesy)


HIGH RARIITY AND WONDERFUL BAND!! ALTA RARIDADE DESTA EXCELENTE BANDA ALEMÃ QUE CERTAMENTE SE INSPIROU EM "JIMI HENDRIX" E "TEN YEARS AFTER"!! OS CARAS GRAVARAM ESTA PÉROLA E EM 1972 MUDARAM O NOME PARA "TIGER B. SMITH" E COM ESTE NOME GRAVARAM MAIS DOIS DISCOS QUE CONSIDERO INFERIOR A ESTE!! EXCELENTE VENENO E ALTAMENTE RECOMENDADO PRA QUEM GOSTA DE UMA BOA RARIDADE E PRINCIPALMENTE PARA OS ENVENENADOS QUE GOSTAM DESTE ESTILO!!

Second Life's (same line-up as Tiger B. Smith) one and only album as a "no compromise" hard rock masterpiece, especially due to it's self-titled opener, a varied opus of twenty minutes consisting of floating acoustic parts, powerful moments and expanded instrumental soli. Digipak reissue in perfect sound quality. heavy blues-progressive power trio. They recorded (in Windrose Studios, Hamburg) one interesting, self-titled album for Metronome in 1971. Best cut was the 20 minute long suite "Second Life".

It started as a folky, acoustic song, building into a heavy guitar solo section similar to Jimi Hendrix or Ten Years After followed by a long drum solo. Side two had four fine hard rock songs. Second Life's album is now very rare, fetching prices in excess of 150 DEM. After more than twenty years, the cover lamination is peeling off on every copy I have ever seen, so don't expect to find a mint cover even if you're lucky enough to trace the record! In 1972 the group changed their name to Tiger B. Smith and recorded two inferior albums for Vertigo and Bacillus.

Holger Schmidt, Vocals, Gitarre
Klaus Meinhardt, Bass
Karl-Heinz Traut, Schlagzeug

1. Second Life 20:55
2. I'm Going 5:37
3. Raiders of Night 4:58
4. Sunshine is Dying 5:27
5. Hate 5:02

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