Saturday, July 4, 2009

Facedancers - The Facedancers (us 1972)


Facedancers - The Facedancers (us 1972) (Paramount pas-6039)

Formed: United States

Members:
*Barry Armour (bass, guitar),
*Dale Armour (flute, guitar, keyboards, vocals),
*Scats Bloom (harmonica, percussion, vocals),
*Michael Loy (percussion, drums),
*Kelley Moko (guitar, vocals)

*Engineer: Captain Eddy Corvin;
*Executive producer: Marty Thay for M.A. Productions Inc.
-Recorded: Blue Rock Studio,Soho,NYC.
-On cover date are 1972, but on label 1973.

Track listing:
A Side
01. Little Waterfall
02. Dreamer's Lullabye
03. Nightmare
04. Jewels
B Side
05. Let the Music Set You Free
06. Children
07. Beta
~ Posted by Lisa Sinder.

Early prog crossover album from 1972 with some psyche influences. Produced by Teo Macero of Miles Davis fame. Creatively designed songs that show thoughtful experimentalism. The lead singer claims he hits the highest note ever recorded by a man on a rock record. True or not - the girly-sounding vocals work well in this context. Interesting album that rewards a few close listens.
~ by freakemporium.
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Early crossover album headed in a prog direction but before the ground rules for that genre had been established. Some uninteresting solos, but mostly creatively designed songs that show thoughtful experimentalism. The lead singer claims that he hits the highest note ever recorded by a man on a rock record, and it�s hard to dispute that claim. Indeed, the girly-sounding vocals work well in this context. A few songs are pretty creepy, with one called �Nightmare� being a stand-out. Interesting album that rewards a few close listens.
~ by AcidArchives.

Download Link:

http://www.mirrorcreator.com/files/UMYPPRPA/Facedancers_-_The_Facedancers__us_1972_Synton_.rar_mirrors
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