ZEPPELIN DISCOS / CATALOGO / 60s 70s - CLASSIC ROCK

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Phoenix - original US pressing (ABC ABCS-703) 1969 produced by Bob Todd. The group has connections to the Doobie Brothers, Tiran Porter would replace Dave Shogren on bass for the Doobies' second album Toulous Street in 1972, the moment, of issue was poorly promoted, obscure rock Lp's released by ABC Records in the late 60's/early 70's. Overall a pretty uneventful Lp that's saved from garage sale oblivion by 3 reasonably decent tracks ("In Leaving, You Arrived" / "Words I Have to Say" / "Baby I'm Sorry") on side 2. "Baby I'm Sorry" has a nice, slightly trippy psych edge, otherwise the Lp is a very straight ahead period rock effort. A plus point...excellent sound on these late 60's era ABC Vinyl pressings, so many thank gigic 2255 As always it good job, for this great post!

CARATULA

VG+

DISCO

VG+

AÑO

1969

PAíS

EE.UU.

CARACTERíSTICAS

GF

side one:
A1. Julia's Face
A2. Music On My Mind
A3. I Can't Lose You Now
A4. Hello Nashville
A5. Thanks For Nothing
A6. Too Many Words


side two:
B1. Do Something To Make Somebody Happy
B2. In Leaving, You Arrived
B3. Postmark N.Y.C.
B4. Words I Have To Say
B5. Baby I'm Sorry (What Else Can I Say)

Phoenix consisted of Chuck McCabe (guitar, vocals), Tiran Porter (bass, vocals), Homer Swain (drums, vocals), Mike Walch (percussion, vocals, piano). The group has connections to the Doobie Brothers, Tiran Porter would replace Dave Shogren on bass for the Doobies' second album Toulous Street in 1972. (James Olgethorp)

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