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Monday, December 20, 2010

Pacific Gas & Electric 1970 Are You Ready



Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:39:49
Size: 91,08 MB

Review by Richie Unterberger

Anchored by Pacific Gas & Electric's sole hit "Are You Ready," the album of the same name -- actually their third LP -- treads a thin line between eclecticism and confusion, and is actually weaker on the whole than its predecessor, 1969's Pacific Gas & Electric. Certainly the ominous yet inspirational gospel-funk-psychedelia of "Are You Ready" was the strongest track, and to this day the only one that most casual rock fans remember. Yet other cuts on the album indicated they couldn't decide whether to be a heavy blues-rock group ("Hawg for You"), a more soul-dipped version of the Band ("Staggolee"), a swampy soul-rock outfit (a cover of the Isley Brothers' "The Blackberry"), or, least convincingly, cry-in-your-beer honky tonk balladeers ("Mother, Why Don't You Cry?").



Tracklist:

01 - Are You Ready 05:47

02 - Hawg For You 04:43

03 - Staggolee 03:49

04 - The Blackberry 05:32

05 - Love, Love, Love, Love, Love 03:52

06 - Mother, Why Do You Cry 05:07

07 - Elvira 01:59

08 - Screamin' 04:28

09 - When A Man Loves A Woman 04:32





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1 comment:

Alfredo Aguilar said...

Gracias por el aporte, Buen Grupo.

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