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Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Carson 1972 Blown

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:38:58
Size: 89,13 MB


A popular Melbourne band who functioned between 1971-73. They were known earlier as Carson County Band. Their work was wide-ranging, but can best be described as boogie rock.

Their debut album, ‘Blown’, was a solid effort full of wild bluesy hard rock. It's notable for Sleepy Greg Lawrie's slick slide guitar work and sported a cover with striking (but simple) sci-fi imagery. It contained a version of ‘Boogie’, which differed considerably from the single. The material ranged from powerful numbers like this to laid-back blues evidenced in ‘Up In Queensland’ and ‘Sunday In The City’ with a rock'n'jazz offering in ‘Rock And Roll Game’ and an instrumental, ‘Banana Power’, providing further diversity. (


Ian Ferguson - Bass
Greg Lawrie - Guitar
Tony Lunt - Drums
Broderick Smith - Vocals, Harmonica
Ian Winter - Guitar
Barry Sullivan - Bass
Garry Clarke - Bass
Mal Logan - Keyboards
Mal Capewell - Sax


01 - Rock And Roll Game 03:17

02 - Better Times Will Come About 04:56

03 - Sunday In The City 05:26

04 - Bananapower 06:35

05 - Boogie 06:56

06 - Let Me Sleep 01:59

07 - Up In Queensland 09:49

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