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Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Mick Abrahams 1971 A Musical Evening With The Mick Abrahams Band

Genre: Rock
Rate: 256 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:45:11
Size: 82,75 MB

United Kingdom

review Bruce Eder

Mick Abrahams' first formal solo album is more focused on blues and blues-rock, and far less on jazz, than his work with Blodwyn Pig, and is a better record for it. For first-time listeners, much of this record will recall Clapton's first post-Cream solo LP, Eric Clapton, in its generally laid-back sound and the presence of a fairly strong country blues influence. Abrahams' vocals here are a little more mournful than soulful -- his playing (especially when he picks up an acoustic guitar) is up to his usual standard, however, and Ritchie Dharma's drumming is dizzying in its speed and complexity.


01 - Greyhound Bus 04:52

02 - Awake 08:51

03 - Winds Of Change 04:52

04 - Why Do You Do Me This Way 03:34

05 - Big Queen 04:30

06 - Not To Rearrange 03:28

07 - Seasons 15:04

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