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Friday, March 8, 2013

Keef Hartley Band 1972 Seventy Second Brave

Genre: Blues-Rock
Rate: 128 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:35:39
Size: 32,59 MB

United Kingdom

This is the fifth studio album from the Keef Hartley Band. Following 1971's Overdog, Hartley and lead guitarist/vocalist Miller Anderson went (amicably) their separate ways, and Hartley was left to virtually rebuild the band from the ground up for this album, not easy given the number of other projects he was involved with at the time.

The complete change in personnel had an inevitable effect on the music. The sound is still long limbed blues with jazz overtones, almost but not quite in the prog rock genre. But there is now a funky/soul element, especially evident in the opener `Heartbreakin Woman'.

The new personnel manage to fill the shoes of their predecessors admirably, and another classic album of jazzy/soulful blues with that distinctly British flavour results. (


01 - Heartbreakin' Woman 04:22

02 - Marin County 04:00

03 - Hard Pill To Swallow 05:43

04 - Don't You Be Long 05:18

05 - Nocturns 02:04

06 - Don't Sign It 04:29

07 - Always Thinking Of You 04:41

08 - You Say You're Together Now 03:43

09 - What It Is 01:19

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