EP RARÍSSIMO!! RAREST EP!!
BANDA FUNDADA COMO ABSTRACK SOUND E COM ESSA GRAFIA GRAVOU DOIS SINGLES EM 1966, CUJAS MUSICAS ESTÃO NESSA POSTAGEM COMO BÔNUS TRACK EXCLUSIVO DO VENENOS DO ROCK!! JÁ O SEUS DOIS PRÓXIMOS SINGLES GRAVADOS EM 1967, QUE É O EP DESSA POSTAGEM, ELES JÁ ASSINAVAM COMO ABSTRACT SOUND!! APESAR DE NO RÓTULO CONSTAR A ORIGEM DOS CARAS COMO BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, A BANDA ERA MESMO DE SPRINGFIELD, NEW JERSEY!! VENENO RARÍSSIMO E RECOMENDADO!!
The Abstrack Sound / Abstract Sound
Submitted by Chas Kit on October 23, 2007 - 10:04pm. Abstrack Sound | Abstract Sound | US | New Jersey | CBM | Gray Sounds | Sound of Sou Something of a mystery, my understanding is that although their second 45 has a Brooklyn, NY address on the label, the band was actually from Springfield, NJ. The misspelled Your Gona Break My Heart has some cool slide effects on the intro, a fine guitar break and lots of echo. It was released with the band listed as the Abstrack Sound, on the CBM label in 1966, with a moody Judge Him If You Can on the flip. On their second record, the stomping I'm Trying, they're called the Abstract Sound. This one was released twice in 1967, on the Gray Sounds and Sound of Soul labels, and was produced by E. M. Gray. Bill Monetti and C. Catena wrote their songs, along with Denis Dreher on the second 45. However, the Gray Sounds release lists Dreher as co-writing I'm Trying while the Sound of Soul release gives him co-credit on Blacked Out Mind. BMI lists him on both songs along with Monetti, and drops Catena altogether! Obviously someone screwed up the credits somewhere along the way. To make things still more confusing, the labels are reversed on my copy!
01 - The Abstract Sound - I'm Trying
02 - The Abstract Sound - Blacked Out Min
The Abstrack Sound - Your Gona Break My Heart (Bonus)
The Abstrack Sound - Judge Him If You Can (Bonus)