Verden Allen With Overend Watts & Dale Griffin - About Tomorrow album flac
Title: About Tomorrow
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By 1968, Griffin and organist Verden Allen had joined the band. Although the group toured and recorded in Italy as the Doc Thomas Group, their gigs in the UK were played under the names of the Shakedown Sound and later, as Silence. Silence recorded demos at Rockfield Studios in Monmouth, Wales, which were shopped to EMI, Polydor, Immediate and Apple with no success. Wildlife (1971) fared even worse (despite gaining the highest UK album chart position of the band's pre-Glam years), and flirted with an overtly country-hippie stance and accordingly (usually) acoustic instrumentation. On 10 October 1970, Mott the Hoople and Bridget St John were showcased on BBC Two's Disco 2. Even though the group was building a decent following, Brain Capers (1971) failed to sell well.
Overend Watts, also known as Pete Overend Watts (born 13 May 1947, Yardley, Birmingham, England – died 22 January 2017) was an English bass guitar player and founding member of rock band Mott The Hoople. He also produced records, the most high profile being for Hanoi Rocks, Dumb Blondes, and the single She Made Everything Groovy for the British indie band The Ogdens. Verden Allen With Overend Watts & Dale Griffin - About Tomorrow (7"). Spinit Records (4). VA2-RM.
Verden Allen - Soft Ground. The album "UNLIMITED" was Jimmy's follow up album to the classic movie soundtrack THE HARDER THEY COME. It's a Done Deal, wasn't easy (nothing ever is) and hey folks, I have more Hall of Fame Artists Deals in the works,.
By Dale Griffin aka Cruddy Drekko. Dale Griffin aka Cruddy Drekko.
Pictured left to right are Verden Allen, Buffin, Mick Ralphs, Overend Watts and Ian Hunter. His death comes almost exactly a year after that of drummer Dale Griffin. Born in Yardley, Birmingham, Watts attended Ross Grammar School where he met Griffin. They played in local bands such as The Anchors, Wild Dogs Hellhounds and The Silence. The two friends went on to form The Doc Thomas Group with Mick Ralphs and Stan Tippins from The Buddies. 1969 - The group form in Herefordshire and release debut album. 1971 - The behaviour of the band's fans at a concert in July was so enthusiastic, thousands of pounds of damage was caused to the Royal Albert Hall - contributing to the venue's ban on rock and pop concerts in 1972. 1972 - Poor record sales meant they were on the verge of breaking up, before fan David Bowie stepped in and persuaded them to stay together.
Peter Overend Watts, original bassist for Mott the Hoople, died in January 2017 after a bout with throat cancer. Watts struggled for years to find success with Mott the Hoople. Their self-titled album, released in November 1969, stalled at No. 66 in the . and only reached No. 185 in the . The band's next two studio projects finished just inside the . Top 50. By 1971, when Brain Capers failed to chart, Mott the Hoople contemplated breaking up. That's when David Bowie offered them "All the Young Dudes. Peter Overend Watts then joined singer Nigel Benjamin and former Mott members Stephen Morgan Fisher and Dale Griffin in British Lions; they issued a 1977 self-titled debut as well as 1982's Trouble with Women. Watts subsequently worked as a producer with Hanoi Rocks (1983's Back to Mystery City), before taking part in Mott-related reunions in 2009 and 2013.
Mad Shadows was the second album by Mott the Hoople. It was recorded in 1970 and released in the UK on Island Records in September 1970 (catalogue number ILPS 9119) and in the US by Atlantic Records (cat. no. SD 8272). It was subsequently re-released by Angel Air in 2003 (SJPCD158). As with their debut album, it was produced by Guy Stevens Contents. Verden Allen - organ, backing vocals. Pete "Overend" Watts - bass, backing vocals. Dale "Buffin" Griffin - drums, backing vocals. with: Guy Stevens - "psychic" piano, "spiritual" percussion.
What are your thoughts on Overend Watts (bass) and Verden Allen (keyboards)? JE: Overend Watts is such a great guy. He’s always been great to me. Back in 1984 he gave me about 12 cassette tapes with all this unreleased stuff on it (a lot of which came out on the 1999 boxed set, a lot that didn’t) with handwritten notes, which was super cool of him. He gave me a money box from his junk shop that obviously I still have, and when I saw him in 2009 at the reunion shows we picked up from where we left off a few years earlier.
ian hunter/overend watts/mick ralphs/verden allen/dale griffin). You know all the tales we tell You know the band so well Still i feel, somehow, we let you down We went off somewhere on the way And now i see we have to pay The rock'n'roll circus is in town
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- Published By – Copyright Control
- Producer – V. Allen*
- Written-By – Allen*
NotesFormally (Mott The Hoople)
The sleeve is just a single sheet of paper
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