Steamhammer Mountains(1990 Repertoire Rem )(1971)[EAC FLAC][Colombo bt org]

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Name:Steamhammer Mountains(1990 Repertoire Rem )(1971)[EAC FLAC][Colombo bt org]

Total Size: 239.33 MB

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01. I Wouldn't Have Thought.flac (Size: 239.33 MB) (Files: 19)

 01. I Wouldn't Have Thought.flac

33.33 MB

 02. Riding On The L & N.flac

60.38 MB

 03. Hold That Train.flac

35.28 MB

 04. Levinia.flac

18.37 MB

 05. Henry Lane.flac

21.78 MB

 06. Leader Of The Ring.flac

14.70 MB

 07. Walking Down The Road.flac

21.70 MB

 08. Mountains.flac

30.51 MB


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578.95 KB


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 Steamhammer - Mountains.m3u

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Although considered by many as a second-tier combo, Steamhammer issued a handful of well above average albums beginning with their 1969 eponymous debut. It blended B.B. King and Eddie Boyd covers with a healthy sampling of originals by core members Kieran White (vocals/harmonica/acoustic guitar/electric guitar), Martin Quittenton (guitar), and Martin Pugh (vocals/harmonica/acoustic guitar/electric guitar). By 1970 Steamhammer had already endured several personnel changes. These included the departure of both Quittenton and supplementary woodwind/brass contributor Steve Joliffe (sax/flute), as well as the replacement of drummer Michael Rushton with Mick Bradley (drums/percussion). It is this slightly amended quartet that would create their most memorable effort, Mountains (1970). They retain their fusion of improvisation-inspired jazz while cranking out a harder and edgier brand of electric blues. The centerpiece of the platter is the ten-plus-minute "Riding on the L&N," mixing the long and languid interplay of classic Allman Brothers with the fiery momentum of Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac. The sinuous groove winds its way into the John Lee Hooker-esque "Hold That Train" with a riff that immediately conjures Hooker's familiar "Boogie Chillun" groove before intensifying into a full-blown jam, rivalling the likes of Canned Heat. The spry and syncopated "Levinia" allows the band to explore their formidable chops in a liberated and faintly trippy approach that would not sound out of place from Mick Abrahams-era Jethro Tull, especially Kieran White's earthy vocals and Pugh's equally impressive acoustic fretwork. "Henry Lane" is another highlight, exploring Steamhammer's stylistic diversity within the laid-back melody before launching into a rousing radiant round of instrumentation headed up by guest performer Keith Nelson (banjo). "Walking Down the Road" is definitely traveling music, led by the palpitating rhythm section of Steve Davy and Bradley. The long-player concludes with the mid-tempo title track, again probing some jazz-flavored exchanges. Steamhammer would continue for a few years until leukemia took the life of Bradley, at which time only he and Pugh remained from this lineup.

Lindsay Planer, All Music Guide

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Full Artwork

1 I Wouldn't Have Thought 5:41
2 Levinia 3:22
3 Henry Lane 3:53
4 Walking Down the Road 3:44
5 Mountains 5:37
6 Leader of the Ring 2:52
7 Riding on the L&N 10:11
8 Hold That Train 5:44


* Keith Nelson-Banjo

* Martin Pugh-Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Bottleneck Guitar

* Mick Bradley-Percussion, Drums

* Kieran White-Guitar (Acoustic), Vocals, Harmonica, Guitar (Electric)

* Steve Davy-Organ, Bass, Vocals

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