Sunday, November 29, 2009

Morning After - Blue Blood (uk 1971)

Morning After - Blue Blood (uk 1971)

Formed: 1967, Manchester, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom

* Norman Hume [Norman Beaker] (guitar, vocals),
* Malcolm Hume (drums),
* Ian Stocks (bass),
* John McCormick (keyboards).

Related Artists: Norman Beaker Band, The Victor Brox Blues Train

A1. Trying to Find My Way Back Home
A2. As Before
A3. Gonna Make It
A4. Lonesome Road
B1. Crying Shame
B2. Look at Life
B3. Thats the Way It Goes
B4. Travelling Man

Here we have a completely unknown album from England from 1971. Morning After recorded this LP as a demo only to acquire a record deal (as so many bands did in the late 60/s early 70s). So the album was pressed only in tiny amounts. The recording was with home studio equipment. Some of the tracks on the album sound like Blues Rock from the late Fleetwood Mac and some have a more progressive touch such as Shuttah. Great & heavy guitar work, fuzz and wah-wah all over the album, snotty vocals, all own great compositions. The album title Blue Blood assumed a noble wealthy family and a member of the establishment, but the music and lyrics are just the opposite. The music on this album is pure British Underground, electrifying, pure and raw, no Sgt. Pepper sing a long tunes. Just superb!
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Morning After - Blue Blood (uk 1971).rar (69.95 MB)


killing floor said...

Thanks a lot, today i just picked up
the album and i'm listening this.

Anonymous said...

cool, like it a lot! thanks!

Sally Sharp-Paulsen said...

An absolute treasure.