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Following the overwhelmingly positive response to their independently released e. Adding this new percussive drive and flexibility to their other live instrumentation and digital manipulation has continued to make RND's live appearances from London's Alexandra Palace to Tokyo's Womb such a success.
It has also ensured their tracks are regularly played by chill out luminaries such as Nova Ultimae Records and Gaudi Interchill Records. Roger Linley ,aka the Viscount, joined the crew during the european gigs and soon became a very important contribution of what is today's RND sound.
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By lost. This leads to some of the most intense stuff on the record, as themes fly by at breakneck pace, while Cutler never stops pounding his kit and still never actually playing beats. Still no rest for weary ears, though I must say that I've always been impressed at Henry Cow's purity of vision. Whatever you want to say of prog, even on the experimental end, bands that remain true to their original spirit are rare enough that I respect these musicians based merely on principal.
Of course, all of the individuals involved here would go on to very interesting careers in any number of odd settings, and I would be remiss if I didn't point out that even twenty years later they are more interesting than the majority of current experimental rock groups. So they're not as "entertaining" or as easy to poke fun at as Yes, or as cool to name drop as Can or Faust, but Henry Cow were as original an act as ever played "rock," and will probably continue to challenge listeners for as long as their work remains available.
Henry Cow was one of the best-known and most widely traveled English bands of the progressive era though only a cult-favorite in the U. The group functioned more or less as a collective, with a true group identity that changed from album to album as members came and went. This turnover was one factor in the consistent vitality of Henry Cow; another was the dedicated core of the band, a serious, politicized trio whose interest in improvisation served to leaven the complexity they supplied as primary writers.
Tim Hodgkinson played keyboards and reeds; Chris Cutler later of Pere Ubu played drums, Fred Frith provided a variety of instruments, specializing in strings the guitar in particular ; all of them sang. The three appear on all of the Henry Cow albums recorded between and Together, their sound was so mercurial and daring that they had few imitators, even though they inspired many on both sides of the Atlantic with a blend of spontaneity, intricate structures, philosophy, and humor that has endured and transcended the "progressive" tag.
Since the demise of Henry Cow, its members have continued in creative directions, mostly working in Europe with rock-based or improvising ensembles. Over the years they have reunited in various units, with resultant recordings being distributed worldwide through the Recommended Records network spearheaded by active improviser Chris Cutler.
Labels: Seventies Progressive Rock. Tony Joe White. Some of the great seventies albums were classified as "country rock", and included artists like the Eagles, Allman Brothers, and Poco.
However the bands mentioned also incorporated strong rock elements into their music. Pure "country" music is much more difficult to define, and contains elements of early American bluegrass, gospel, folk, and can be traced back to countries like Ireland, and Scotland. Check Wikipedia for a more comprehensive insight into the derivations of these musical genres.
The point here is that Tony Joe White's "Home Made Ice Cream" album contains all these "country" genres, and his somgs are womderful examples of the early seventies non-commercial "country" soumd. The album is influemced by Tony Joe White's Louisiana blues, soul, gospel, and cajun roots, and contains eleven well written songs, all well played by good musicians who obviously love their music. This album demonstrates the authentic side of Southern homespun "country" music and is really enjoyable.
Good laid back "swamp rock" music by a great artist. The great John Fogerty is another artist who has given "country" music a new meaning. White uses a Mother Earth - Noom Café - Electronica (CD of musicians - guitarist Reggie Young, organist David Briggs, bassist Norbert Putnam and drummer Kenny Malone — that bring out the soulful strut and stomping blues of these songs.
The song rocks dreamily, a porch-swing blues White could most likely write in his sleep. Nicknamed "the Swamp Fox" in France according to a European documentary ,he is regarded as an original exponent of the sub-genre swamp rock. His songs have been recorded by at least 60 major artists. Tony Joe White was born one of seven children and raised on a cotton farm near the small town of Oak Grove, Louisiana.
When Tony Joe was 16, Charles, the oldest of the White children, brought home a Lightnin' Hopkins album and started teaching blues guitar to his younger brother. As Album) child Album) listened not only to local bluesmen and country singers but also to the distinctive cajun music of Louisiana, a hybrid of traditional musical styles introduced by French-Canadian settlers at the turn of the nineteenth century.
White began performing at school dances, and after graduating, started playing in night clubs in Louisiana and Texas. The three youngsters Tony Joe White, 20, Robert McGuffey, 19 and Jim Griffith, 22 played a night club in Kingsville,Tx for an uninterrupted engagement of eight months six nights a week in In White signed to Monument Records which operated from a recording studio in the Nashville suburb of Hendersonville, Tennessee, and produced a variety of sounds, including Rock and Roll, Country and Western, and Rhythm and Blues.
Billy Swan was his producer. Over the next three years White released four singles with no commercial success stateside although "Soul Francisco" was a hit in France. It climbed into the Top Ten by early August eventually reaching No.
It was the biggest hit Tony Joe White ever had. Three more singles quickly followed, all minor hits, and White toured with Steppenwolf, Sly and the Family Stone, Creedence Clearwater Revival and other big rock acts of the s, playing in France, Germany, Belgium, Sweden and England. Tony Joe White played and sang four and composed seven songs for the musical.
Between and White released three more albums, each on a different label. Trying to combine his own swamp-rock sound with the at the time popular disco music, the results were disappointing and White gave up his career as a singer on concentrated on writing songs. Playing a variety of instruments on the album, he also wrote four songs, including the title song and the hit single Steamy Windows. As Album) result of this he became managed by Roger Davis, who was Tina Turner's Manager at the time, and he obtained a new contract with Polydor.
The resulting album; 's "Closer to the Truth" was a commercial success and put White back in the spotlight. The version is now a staple of Elkie's repertoire. Coincidentally Brooks had recorded an old number of White's, "Aspen, Colorado" with her first rock band, 'Dada' in Labels: Seventies Folk Rock.
Labels: 's Soul. Paul Kossoff. Jones, Al Jackson, Jr. In a short period of time, Kossoff and his cohorts punched out some classic rock. A brief solo career followed for the inspired axeman, but his untimely death in from a drug-related heart attack put an end to the potential that his peers and fans were looking forward to seeing fully realized.
All one can do is celebrate and enjoy what this stylistically unique and utterly precocious musician left behind, and this track disc, which culls Kossoff's best work from both his days with Free and as a solo performer, is an excellent way to do just that. A player who made his name with unusual phrasings, brazen fills, and an intuitive use of sustained notes -- and rarely going for fretboard-smoking speed -- Kossoff had a prototypical signature sound.
The best cuts are definitely the eight Free tracks, which include the raunchy "The Hunter," the good-time rock-blues of "Ride on a Pony," the dramatic "Fire and Water" and "Mr. Big," and the band's all-time classic, "All Right Now. The material from Kossoff's solo disc, Back Street Crawler, and the band of the same name which he subsequently assembled, is not to be sniffed at either.
Throw in the fact that this album also features the singing of the inimitable Paul Rodgers who later formed Bad Companythe stunning bass work of boy wonder Andy Fraser, and a swag of other fine musicians, and this one's vintage, baby, vintage. Kossoff was born in London, England, on September 14,and early on studied classical guitar before giving up on the instrument by his teenaged years.
But upon discovering the British blues-rock movement of the '60s, Kossoff's interest in guitar perked up once again, especially after catching a John Mayall's Bluesbreakers live show with Eric Clapton. Kossoff soon purchased an electric guitar a vintage Gibson Les Paul, which eventually become his trademark guitar and began playing in local bands. Through one such band, Black Cat Bones, Kossoff became good friends with their drummer, Simon Kirke, who would serve a prominent part in Kossoff's musical future.
Free issued a pair of albums in the late Album) that went largely unnoticed -- 's Tons of Sobs and 's self-titled release -- as Kossoff grew slightly disillusioned by the group's lack of commercial progress and tried out for guitar openings in such groups as the Rolling Stones and Jethro Tull. But, this would prove to be Free's commercial apex as after one more release, 's underappreciated Highway, the group brokeup.
In the wake of their split, Free's record label issued the concert set Free Live, while its members indulged in other projects. To the delight of fans, Free's split was short-lived as the quartet reunited inoffering a strong "comeback" album, Free at Last.
But behind the scenes, things were in disarray: Kossoff, by this time, had developed a dangerous drug dependency, which led to Fraser's exit from the band. With Yamauchi taking Fraser's place in the lineup and Bundrick on board for good measurethe new lineup of Free attempted to record a sixth studio album, but due to his problems, Kossoff's input was minimal with Rodgers and another guitarist subbing in for Kossoff.
When Free supported the resulting album, 's Heartbreaker, with a tour, Kossoff was replaced with Wendell Richardson and upon the tour's completion, Free split up once more, but this time for good as both Rodgers and Kirke would go on to form Bad Company. The same year as Free's swan song, Kossoff was able to pull himself together long enough to record a solo album, Back Street Crawler, which surprisingly featured contributions from his former Free bandmates as well as Yes drummer Alan White.
Happy with the results, Kossoff decided to form a full-time solo outfit, named after the title of his solo debut. But Kossoff's health kept worsening; while in a London drug rehab inKossoff narrowly escaped death when his heart stopped beating and he had to be revived.
Undeterred, Kossoff continued on his destructive path and on March 19,Kossoff died from a drug-induced heart attack while on a plane flight from Los Angeles to New York at the age of In the wake of his tragic death, a track career retrospective of Kossoff's, titled Koss after his nicknamewas issued in Big, and 's Croydon June 15th, The late '90s saw a renewed interest in Kossoff and another career retrospective was issued, 's track Blue Blue Soul, as well as five-disc Free box set Songs of Yesterday, and a Free biography entitled Heavy Load -- The Story of Free.
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