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FOLK PSYCH RURAL ROCK , BLUES PROJECT, ORG. EDIT. USA !!

PRECIOSA EDIC. ORIGINAL con SOLIDA DOBLE CARPETA TEXTURADA, REALMENTE UNA MARAVILLA DE DISEÑO Y EDICION, UNA DE LAS MAS BONITAS QUE AN PASADO POR MIS MANOS  !! FE SU 2º LP, EXCELENTE BANDA FORMADA POR MIEMBROS DE LOS Blues Project  Y OTROS MUSICSINCREIBLES, SIN OLVIDAR LA MAGICA PRODUCCION DEL MITICO GEORGE MARTIN, NO SE PUEDE PEDIR MAS... Seatrain was an American roots fusion band based initially in Marin County, California, and later in Marblehead, Massachusetts. Seatrain was formed in 1969, subsequently drawing some members from the Blues Project upon its break-up. The group, which recorded four albums, disbanded in 1973. Flutist/bassist Andy Kulberg and drummer Roy Blumenfeld of Blues Project formed the band with Jim Roberts, ex-Mystery Trend guitarist John Gregory, former Jim Kweskin Jug Band violinist/fiddler Richard Greene, and saxophonist Don Kretmar. Seatrain recorded their first album, Planned Obsolescence, in 1968, but had to release it as a Blues Project album for contractual reasons. In 1969, they released a self-titled LP (Sea Train), but faced a major change in membership a few months later. The group's second self-titled album was released in 1970 under the single-word name Seatrain. By then, Blumenfeld, Gregory, and Kretmar had been replaced by drummer Larry Atamanuik, keyboardist Lloyd Baskin, and Earth Opera guitarist Peter Rowan. The album's "13 Questions" was released as a single and became a minor hit in the US, reaching #49 on Billboard's national chart. Other outstanding cuts include a cover of Lowell George's "Willin'", the vocally splendid "Out Where The Hills", the biblically-based "Song of Job", and a raucous electric version of the fiddle classic "Orange Blossom Special". George Martin produced the album, marking the first time he had acted in that capacity with a rock act since his work with the Beatles. He also produced Seatrain's much-anticipated follow-up album, Marblehead Messenger. However, Rowan and Greene left the band soon after to form Muleskinner, while Roberts and Atamanuik joined the backing band of Emmylou Harris. Kulberg and Baskin replaced these members with guitarist Peter Walsh, keyboardist Bill Elliot, and drummer Julio Coronado, but only released one more album, 1973's Watch.

1971

20,00€

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marblehead messenger

FOLK PSYCH RURAL ROCK , BLUES PROJECT, ORG. EDIT. USA !!

PRECIOSA EDIC. ORIGINAL con SOLIDA DOBLE CARPETA TEXTURADA, REALMENTE UNA MARAVILLA DE DISEÑO Y EDICION, UNA DE LAS MAS BONITAS QUE AN PASADO POR MIS MANOS  !! FE SU 2º LP, EXCELENTE BANDA FORMADA POR MIEMBROS DE LOS Blues Project  Y OTROS MUSICSINCREIBLES, SIN OLVIDAR LA MAGICA PRODUCCION DEL MITICO GEORGE MARTIN, NO SE PUEDE PEDIR MAS... Seatrain was an American roots fusion band based initially in Marin County, California, and later in Marblehead, Massachusetts. Seatrain was formed in 1969, subsequently drawing some members from the Blues Project upon its break-up. The group, which recorded four albums, disbanded in 1973. Flutist/bassist Andy Kulberg and drummer Roy Blumenfeld of Blues Project formed the band with Jim Roberts, ex-Mystery Trend guitarist John Gregory, former Jim Kweskin Jug Band violinist/fiddler Richard Greene, and saxophonist Don Kretmar. Seatrain recorded their first album, Planned Obsolescence, in 1968, but had to release it as a Blues Project album for contractual reasons. In 1969, they released a self-titled LP (Sea Train), but faced a major change in membership a few months later. The group's second self-titled album was released in 1970 under the single-word name Seatrain. By then, Blumenfeld, Gregory, and Kretmar had been replaced by drummer Larry Atamanuik, keyboardist Lloyd Baskin, and Earth Opera guitarist Peter Rowan. The album's "13 Questions" was released as a single and became a minor hit in the US, reaching #49 on Billboard's national chart. Other outstanding cuts include a cover of Lowell George's "Willin'", the vocally splendid "Out Where The Hills", the biblically-based "Song of Job", and a raucous electric version of the fiddle classic "Orange Blossom Special". George Martin produced the album, marking the first time he had acted in that capacity with a rock act since his work with the Beatles. He also produced Seatrain's much-anticipated follow-up album, Marblehead Messenger. However, Rowan and Greene left the band soon after to form Muleskinner, while Roberts and Atamanuik joined the backing band of Emmylou Harris. Kulberg and Baskin replaced these members with guitarist Peter Walsh, keyboardist Bill Elliot, and drummer Julio Coronado, but only released one more album, 1973's Watch.

1971

18,00€

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watch

BLUES PROJECT !! ORIG. EDIT. !! PROMOCIONAL !

EXCELENTE BANDA FORMADA POR MIEMBROS DE LOS legendarios Blues Project EN ESTE ALBUN REALIZAN UNA MARAVILLOSA VERSION DEL CLASICO DE Bob Dylan's "Watching The River Flow", ADEMAS DE UNA VERSION DEL "Flute Thing", QUE APARECIA EN UN ALBUN DE LOS  Blues Project COMPUESTA POR AL KOOPER.. LA BANDA ES BRILLANTE, MUSICOS DE VERDAD..Y SUENAN DE MARAVILLA..SE NOTA LO PERFECCIONISTAS QUE SON Y LA CALIDAD EMANA DE CADA NOTA QUE DAN...... ESTAN ARROPADOS POR MUSICOS COMO EL GRAN BILL KEITH O LAS VOCES DE SHA NA NA NADA FACIL DE VER ESTE ALBUN DE LA BANDA..Y POR SUPUESTO ALTAMENTE RECOMENDADO.. !!! EXCELENTE Y SOLIDA EDIC. ORIGINAL usa, RARA 1ª EDIC PROMOCIONAL LABEL WB COLOR BLANCO PRECIOSA Y SOLIDA DOBLE CARPETA !! TODO EN GRAN ESTADO !!

1973

20,00€

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seatrain

2º LP !! BLUES PROJECT.. ORIG. EDIT.

EXCELENTE BANDA FORMADA POR MIEMBROS DE LOS Blues Project ( Andy Kulberg Y Roy Blumenfeld) Y TAMBIEN NOTABLES MUSICOS COMO PETER ROWAN Y EL GRAN VIOLIN DE Richard Greene... todos ellos bajo la produccion del mago george martin ( beatles ) ESTA FUE SU PRIMERA INCURSION EN EL ROCK DESPUES DE BEATLES..MAGISTRAL !! RARA 1ª EDIC. ORIGINAL, 1º PRENSAJE LABEL COLOR VERDE CAPITOL..MARAVILLOSA Y ROBUSTA DOBLE CARPETA TEXTURADA, REALMENTE UNA MARAVILLA DE DISEÑO !! TODO EXC !!!!!!!!!!!

1969

20,00€

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planned obsolescence

PSYCH BLUES ROCK, ORG. EDIT. USA !! SEATRAIN, al kooper

EN EFECTO..LOS LEGERARIOS BLUES PROJECT DE AL KOOPER..UN GRAN LP Y UNO DE LOS TESOROS ESCONDIDOS DE LA MUSICA DE FINALES DE LOS 60 QUE PODRIA SER CONSIDERADO TAMBIEN COMO EL PRIMER TRABAJO DE LOS SEATRAIN,QUE SERIA LA BANDA QUE FORMARIAN ALGUNOS DE LOS MIEMBROS DE LOS BLUES PROJECT GENIAL PSYCH BLUES ROCK.. ESCUCHA LAS GUITARRAS ACIDAS Y LA RASGADA VOZ, FUERON UNICOS MEZCLANDO rock, jazz, folk Y psychedelia ...Y NO OLVIDEMOS EL VIOLIN DEL GRAN Richard Greene Debido a problemas contractuales su primer álbum fue lanzado bajo el nombre de Proyecto Blues. Tomó la fusión estilística del Blues Project había comenzado originalmente en ciertos números de proyecciones , y la movió hacia delante de modo que sus raíces de blues se quedaron muy atrás. El resultado probablemente podría ser llamado rock progresivo - una mezcla única e inteligente de rock, el jazz, el folk, psicodelia y clásica ... Una parte definitoria del sonido era virtuoso del violín de juego de Greene, junto con el uso tanto de la flauta y el saxofón en el instrumento MUY RARA EDICION ORIGINAL  , LABEL VERVE FTS 3046....COLLECTORS  !!..TODO EN BUEN ESTADO. !!  !!!

1968

24,00 €

20,00€