Mighty Baby Mighty Baby(1994 Ace Rem )(1969)[EAC FLAC][Colombo bt org]

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Name:Mighty Baby Mighty Baby(1994 Ace Rem )(1969)[EAC FLAC][Colombo bt org]

Total Size: 360.29 MB

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01. Egyptian Tomb.flac (Size: 360.29 MB) (Files: 26)

 01. Egyptian Tomb.flac

34.64 MB

 02. A Friend You Know But Never See.flac

27.00 MB

 03. I've Been Down So Long.flac

30.66 MB

 04. Same Way From The Sun.flac

33.03 MB

 05. House Without Windows.flac

38.03 MB

 06. Trials Of A City.flac

36.26 MB

 07. I'm From The Country.flac

29.97 MB

 08. At A Point Between Fate And Destiny.flac

25.23 MB

 09. Only Dreaming.flac

19.75 MB

 10. Dustbin Full Of Rubbish.flac

16.09 MB

 11. Understanding Love.flac

23.96 MB

 12. Favourite Days.flac

20.66 MB

 13. A Saying For Today.flac

20.97 MB


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 Mighty Baby - Mighty Baby.log

6.08 KB

 Mighty Baby - Mighty Baby.m3u

1.02 KB

 Mighty Baby.cue

2.28 KB


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When the Action broke up in the late 60’s, they reformed minus Reggie King as Azoth. The Azoth name was short lived, leading the band to settle on Mighty Baby. The Action had played the club circuit for years, releasing many excellent mod singles before plunging into the world of psychedelia. This band had always worked hard, and now they were finally given the luxury to record a long player.

Mighty Baby’s album was released in 1969 off the small independent Head label. At this point, Mighty Baby could technically and instrumentally hold their own against rock’s finest: The Grateful Dead, King Crimson, Collosuem, Caravan and the Allman Brothers. The album is miles away from the soulful, sweaty mod garage of their mid 60’s singles and could best be described as a melding of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young harmonies, Allman Brothers guitar improv and Notorious Byrd Brothers psychedelia.

Few debut openers are as good as the revolutionary Egyptian Tomb.

It’s a sleek, powerful piece of psychedelia with strong west coast style guitar interplay. At 5:30 minutes, this great song never falls flat and is definitely one of the defining moments of British acid rock. Same Way From The Sun has a similar stoned vibe with psychedelic echo and sounds like it could have been lifted from a really good latter day Byrds album. The spacious, pounding A Friend You Know But Never See, yet another highlight, rocks really hard with some interesting raga style guitar and has a strange mountain air aura. Other works such as the rural I’m From The Country provided a sound Mighty Baby would further explore on their next album, the equally brilliant Jug of Love from 1971.

Mighty Baby along with the Action and various band member’s solo careers are one of rock’s great lost family trees. During their peak they were innovative and unstoppable, thus the “English Grateful Dead” label really doesn’t do them any justice.

This debut album has to be one of the best examples of brit acid rock there is. The opener \"Egyptian Tomb\" shows the band in a nutshell: fluid guitar work, tight sax comp, cool interplay. A classic! And almost all of the songs are long stoned acid jams. They are simply so good at this, especially the guitar plays like an acid dream. And the singer has a high and nasal voice. The band plays tight, incredible improvisations. If you like the late 60\'s acid rock sound, this is your album. Like the late Quicksilver Messenger Servie or the Gratful Dead but perhaps more \"stoned\" in sound. Includes some good songs from pre-Mighty baby, \"The Action\".

1.: Egyptian Tomb
2.: Friend You Know But Never See
3.: I\'ve Been Down So Long
4.: Same Way From The Sun
5.: House Without Windows
6.: Trials Of A City
7.: I\'m From The Country
8.: At A Point Between Fate And Destiny
9.: Only Dreaming
10.: Dustbin Full Of Rubish
11.: Understanding Love
12.: My Favourite Day
13.: Saying For Today

Alan King: guitar, vocals
Martin Stone: lead and slide guitar
Ian Whiteman: vocals, flute, sax, organ, piano percussion
Michael Evans: bass
Roger Powell: drums

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