quarta-feira, 18 de novembro de 2009

Tramline - Moves Of Vegetable Centuries (1969 UK Blues)

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The 2nd and final set by the hot young blues band signed to Chris Blackwell’s Island Records, originally released back in 1969. This album wasproduced by the late Guy Stevens and he suggested the unusual name, for which guitarist Micky Moody confesses he has no explanation [Stevens had also suggested such names as Procol Harum and Mott The Hoople, and so 'Moves Of Vegetable Centuries' was just another flight of Stevens’ fancy!]. The band was getting into its stride with the addition of sax player Ron Aspery and bass guitar virtuoso Colin Hodgkinson from progressive group Back Door. They add a boost to such performances as the Tramline version of Traffic's 'Pearly Queen' and the old Yardbirds/Billy Boy Arnold favourite 'I Wish You Would'. Here is R&B 60s-style with high energy and strong musicianship. Micky Moody describes the evolution and ultimate fate of the band in his interview for the CD liner notes.

John McCoy (vocais, harmônica)
Mick Moody (guitarra)
Terry Sidgwick (baixo, vocais)
Terry Ondular (bateria)

1- Pearly Queen
2- Sweet Satisfaction
3- You Better Run
4- Grunt
5- Sweet Mary
6- I Wish You Would
7- Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
8- Harriet's Underground Railway

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