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Saturday, October 6, 2012

Cargoe 1972 Cargoe



Genre: Rock
Rate: 256 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:43:20
Size: 79,36 MB

United States

Cargoe is an American Band from Tulsa, Oklahoma, originally formed in the late 1960s as Rubbery Cargoe, whose lone studio album, engineered by phonon Terry Manning, was released on Memphis Tennessee’s legendary Ardent Records in 1972. They moved to Memphis, TN in 1970 with the help of legendary Radio Personalities Robert W. Walker and the infamous Jim Peters, to begin their recording career with legendary producer Dan Penn of the Box Tops fame. They later signed with Ardent Records where they recorded alongside cult icon Big Star in the original National Street Ardent Studios location, as well as the new studio built on Madison Avenue in 1971.

Keyboardist/guitarist/vocalist/songwriter Bill Phillips and guitarist/bassist/vocalist/songwriter Max Wisley formed the pop/rock quartet Rubbery Cargoe in the mid 1960s. The Tulsa based group went through various incarnations, eventually choosing drummer /vocalist/songwriter Tim Benton and lead guitarist /vocalist/songwriter Tom Richard and later changed the name to Cargoe.

Cargoe were first-rate musicians who epitomized that funky Tulsa Sound every bit as well as Leon Russell or The Dwight Twilley Band, to name two acts with which they share musical heritage. Their peers in Tulsa went on to back artists like Eric Clapton, Delaney & Bonnie and Friends, Bob Seger, Kris Kristofferson, and Moon Martin.



Tracklist:

01 - Come Down 03:58

02 - Feel Alright 02:34

03 - Horses And Silver Things 03:49

04 - Scenes 03:48

05 - Things We Dream Today 02:47

06 - Time 04:05

07 - Feeling Mighty Poorly 05:37

08 - Thousand Peoples Song 04:15

09 - Heal Me 03:12

10 - I Love You Anyway 04:04

11 - Leave Today 05:11





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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Great album ! A real lost gem !

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