ZEPPELIN DISCOS / CATALOGO / AMERICANA - COUNTRY ROCK - SUREÑO - FOLK

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desde new york y fundada por John Micallef ex-Outcasts, en est su 2º trabajo aparecen invitdos como Madeleine Bell, Doris Troy..etc..

Thirty Days Out were formed New York in 1971 by John Micaleff (pronouced "McCullough"), a folksinger from Michigan and Jack Malken, who had previously been with The Outcasts. After teaming up with Melnick and Lowe, they found a place to practice but had to relocate in Greenfield, Massachussets when their neigbours complained! They soon managed to get a recording contract with Reprise and their first album was released in the summer of '71.

The Songs
Playing a well behaved version of San Francisco west coast and Midwestern hippie rock with slight progressive moves, 'Miracle Licks' will appeal to those who long for the hazy days of Grand Funk Railroad, early REO Speedwagon and more importantly Quicksilver Messenger Service. 'Honey I Do' is standard '70s good time rock, pleasant enough blue-jean boogie and the type of thing that backed-up clogged airwaves in the early part of the decade, but it's the final track on this side that wins points for creativity. 'The Sun Keep Right On Shining' with its well placed use of Mellotron and haunting melody makes searching for this record all the more worthwhile. As shamefully post-Woodstock a title as 'Everybody's Got to Have A Song' is, you would be forgiven for expecting the worse but it's actually a very good tune with excellent vocals from John Micaleff who shines on much of the record. 'Never Felt Better' sounds like an REO Speedwagon/ Neal Doughty styled rocker featuring a prairie burning organ solo and barroom piano with 'Take A Look At Yourself' closing out the album along similar lines making for a slightly above average album of groovy Midwest rock- New York style.

CARATULA

de VG++ a VG +

DISCO

VG++

AÑO

1972

PAíS

EE.UU.

CARACTERíSTICAS

PR - ILS

A1 Honey I Do
A2 I Need You
A3 Any Other Day
A4 Tupelo
A5 The Sun Keeps Right On Shining
B1 Everybody´s Got To Have A Song
B2 Phoenix
B3 Never Felt Better
B4 Take A Look At Yourself

John Micaleff - lead vocals, guitar
Jack Malken - lead guitar, organ
Phil Lowe - drums, lead vocals
Monte Melnick - bass, background vocals
Nicky Harrison - strings
Bing McCoy, Teddy Taylor - keyboards, mellotron
Madeleine Bell, Doris Troy, Lisa Strike, Christine Ohlman - background vocals

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