Grease Band - The Grease Band album flac
Title: The Grease Band
Style: Blues Rock
MP3 album: 1605 mb
FLAC album: 1938 mb
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Music to Eat is the only album ever produced by avant garde rock band Hampton Grease Band. It was released in 1971. The album is a double album, which is apocryphally said to have been the second-lowest selling album in Columbia's history, second only to a yoga instructional record.
The Grease Band was a British rock band that originally formed as Joe Cocker's backing group. They appeared with Cocker during the 1960s, including his performance at the Woodstock Festival in August 1969. After Cocker formed the Mad Dogs & Englishmen album band line-up, the group released two albums without him in the 1970s. Their keyboard player was Chris Stainton, who went on to tour extensively with Eric Clapton.
Beginning with Arthur Crudup's "My Baby Left Me," like that other band of famous backup players, the Section, how can this be anything but very musical? Guitarist/vocalist Henry McCullough's "Mistake No Doubt" has eerie backing vocals and is suitably well done, as is his "Let It Be Gone," and though this is far from commercial, it is important to have this document of the guys who made magic behind Joe Cocker in 1969 and Marianne Faithfull in the mid-'70s
The Grease Band was a rock band that started out as Joe Cocker's backing band. They recorded two albums in the 1970s. They are probably most widely known for their performance of The Beatles song, "With a Little Help from My Friends", with Joe Cocker at the Woodstock Festival in 1969. The keyboard player was Chris Stainton, who went on to tour extensively with Eric Clapton.
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For the time The Grease Band was released, though, the four players barely looking up from the album cover appear like backing musicians, and that lack of identity is what separates this very good music from music that is considered great. Five Henry McCullough originals, one by Alan Spenner, and three Grease Band collaborations do make it, as stated, a good Wings spin-off project for collectors of Beatles-related music.
|1||My Baby Left Me|
|2||Mistake No Doubt|
|3||Let It Be Gone|
|4||Willie And The Pig|
|5||Laughed At The Judge|
|6||All I Wanna Do|
|7||To The Lord|
|9||Down Home Momma|
- Published By – DCC Compact Classics Inc.
- Published By – Shelter Entertainment Group
- Distributed By – BMG Arista / Ariola Limited
- Made By – Disctronics B
- Copyright (c) – DCC Compact Classics Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Shelter Entertainment Group
- Bass, Vocals – Alan Spenner
- Drums, Percussion – Bruce Rowland
- Guitar – Neil Hubbard
- Guitar, Vocals – Henry McCullough
- Keyboards – Phil 'Harmonious' Plonk
- Photography By – Peter Smith
- Producer – Chris Stainton, Nigel Thomas, The Grease Band
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Bob Potter
- Typography – Premiere Concepts
NotesRecorded at Island Studios, London in 1971
Inner tray states (P)(C) 1990 DCC Compact Classics Inc / Shelter Entertainment Group
CD states (P) 1991 DCC Compact Classics Inc
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 9399421685226
- Matrix / Runout: MADE BY DISCTRONICS B #01 ** POSCD6852 **
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|SW-8904||The Grease Band||The Grease Band (LP, Album, Gat)||Shelter Records||SW-8904||Canada||1971|
|SRZ-8013||The Grease Band||The Grease Band (CD, Album)||Shelter Records, DCC Compact Classics||SRZ-8013||US||1990|
|S-5187||Grease Band*||Grease Band (LP, Album)||Harvest||S-5187||Argentina||1971|
|SHVL790||Grease Band*||Grease Band (LP)||Harvest||SHVL790||New Zealand||1971|