segunda-feira, 23 de julho de 2012

The Artwoods - 100 Oxford Street (1964-1966 UK 60s Rock)



REPOSTAGEM EM HOMENAGEM PÓSTUMA A JON LORD, O LORD DOS TECLADOS QUE FALECEU NO DIA 16/07/2012!! ESTA É A PRIMEIRA BOA BANDA EM QUE ELE PARTICIPOU NOS ANOS 60!! É PRA ESSA NOVA GERAÇÃO SABER ONDE COMEÇOU O EX-TECLADISTA DA BANDA DEEP PURPLE!! 

PRIMEIRA BANDA DE "JOHN LORD" TECLADISTA DO DEEP PURPLE!! ARTWOODS ERA O LEGÍTIMO REPRESENTANTE DO QUE DENOMINAMOS "BIG BAND"!! É SÓ OBSERVAR OS COMPONENTES DELA E VERÁ QUE ISSO É VERDADEIRO!! "KEEF HARTLEY" (JOHN MAYALL & BLUESBREAKERS), "JOHN LORD" (DEEP PURPLE), "ART WOOD" (SMALL FACES E IRMÃO DE RON WOOD)  E "MALCOLM POOL" (ACCOLADE E COLOSSEUM)!!  O SOM É MUITO BOM COM MÚSICOS COMPETENTES!! É ROCK DOS ANOS 60 DA MELHOR SAFRA COM TECLADOS, SAX E UMA SONORIDADE QUE ESTAVA BEM A FRENTE DE OUTRAS BANDAS DA ÉPOCA!! VENENO SESSENTISTA ALTAMENTE RECOMENDADO!! 

REPOST IN POSTHUMOUS HONOR TO JON LORD, THE LORD OF KEYBOARDS WHO DIED ON 16/07/2012! THIS IS A GOOD FIRST BAND THAT HE PARTICIPATED IN 60 YEARS! THIS IS FOR NEW GENERATION TO KNOW WHERE TO BEGIN THE KEYBOARD EX-BAND DEEP PURPLE!

One of the main reasons behind Making Time is to cover not only the best known artists but also those who do have have the same level of awareness but that have nevertheless made an important contribution to 1960s British music. The Artwoods claim to fame was that they boasted Art Wood, brother of Ronnie, and Jon Lord, later to appear in Deep Purple. The members came from other bands. The drummer Keef Hartley had replaced Ringo Starr in Rory Storm and the Hurricanes.  
The band played on the first live edition of Ready Steady Go where they promoted their first single Sweet Mary, the opening track on this CD. However, the band never matched its live reputation gained in the pubs and clubs of London on record despite releasing an LP, an EP and a number of singles. Some sources claim that I take What I Want charted although this is not collaborated my own sources.

The band lasted until 1967 when they changed into St Valentine's Day Massacre. Keef Hartley later moved to John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, Jon Lord joined the Flowerpot Men and then Deep Purple. Derek Griffiths the guitarist moved to playing sessions. Art Wood teamed up briefly with former Small Faces to form Quiet Melon with his brother Ronnie and a singer called Rod Stewart. This evolved into the Faces. 100 Oxford Street includes A and B sides of the first four Artwoods singles as well as the fifth A side I Feel Good. Other tracks are credited to the Decca release LK 4830 which could be an EP 



YOUTUBE PAGE VENENOS DO ROCK

Art Wood (Small Faces) - vocals
Derek Griffiths - guitar
Keef Hartley (John Mayall) - drums
Malcolm Pool (Accolade and Collosseum) - bass
Jon Lord (Deep Purple) - organ

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