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Name:Mud Mud Rock & Mud Rock Vol II

Total Size: 175.74 MB

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01_Rocket - Mud.mp3 (Size: 175.74 MB) (Files: 24)

 01_Rocket - Mud.mp3

10.79 MB

 02_(a) Do You Love Me (b) Sha La La La Lee - Mud.mp3

7.85 MB

 03_Runing Bear - Mud.mp3

10.42 MB

 04_The Hippy Hippy Shake - Mud.mp3

6.12 MB

 05_Shake,Rattle And Roll,See You Later Aligator - Mud.mp3

9.45 MB

 06_Medley-Dyna-mite,The Cat Crept,Tiger Feet - Mud.mp3

12.14 MB

 07_The End Of The World - Mud.mp3

9.67 MB

 08_Blue Moon - Mud.mp3

5.81 MB

 09_In The Mood - Mud.mp3

8.79 MB

 10_Bye Bye Johnny - Mud.mp3

12.81 MB

 11_The Secrets That You Keep - Mud.mp3

10.77 MB

 12_Living Doll - Mud.mp3

7.27 MB

 13_One Night - Mud.mp3

7.15 MB

 14_Tallahassee Lassie - Mud.mp3

7.86 MB

 15_Let's Have A Party - Mud.mp3

4.74 MB

 16_Tobacco Road - Mud.mp3

8.25 MB

 17_Oh Boy - Mud.mp3

6.98 MB

 18_I Love How You Love Me - Mud.mp3

7.53 MB

 19_Hula Love - Mud.mp3

9.55 MB

 20_Diana - Mud.mp3

10.77 MB

 Mud - Mud Rock & Mud Rock Vol II (1974-1975).nfo

4.59 KB

 Mud - Mud Rock & Mud Rock Vol II (Back).jpg

392.09 KB

 Mud - Mud Rock & Mud Rock Vol II (Front).jpg

298.88 KB

 Mud - Mud Rock & Mud Rock Vol II (Inside).jpg

361.77 KB


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Mud - Mud Rock & Mud Rock Vol II (1974-1975)
CD (2000) To Mp3 320 mbit/s
Included: CD Covers and this Info

Review by Bruce Eder
The two albums represented on this one CD slot in so perfectly alongside one another, that -- but for the silly narration -- it's hard to tell where one ends and the other begins. The 20 songs, either vintage tunes ("The End of the World," "Let's Have a Party," "Tobacco Road," "Diana," "Tallahassee Lassie," "Living Doll") or numbers done in a retro style, are all attractively done, not in a burlesque manner or in a slavish, deadening authentic style. "The Secrets That You Keep" was a huge hit for the group, but it's such a beautiful song that the authors could probably have brought it to Elvis himself -- though by 1975, it's unlikely he would've done as much with it as Les Gray and Mud did. All of the group's major RAK hits are present in one form or another, the sound is excellent, and the notes are reasonably extensive and informative.
Mud were an English glam rock band, formed in 1968, best remembered for their single "Tiger Feet" which was the UK's best-selling single of 1974. After joining RAK and teaming up with writers / producers Nicky Chinn and Mike Chapman, this good-time British band had a noteworthy run of hits, including three number ones.

Mud first appeared on the Basil Brush show on BBC TV, and toured as support for Jack Jones. After years of unsuccessful singles, they were signed to Mickie Most's RAK label, and immediately had a Top 20 success with "Crazy".

At the peak of their career they also enjoyed British number one singles with "Tiger Feet"; and "Lonely This Christmas" (1974), an affectionate Elvis Presley pastiche; plus "Oh Boy" (1975), a virtual a cappella cover of the Buddy Holly hit. "Tiger Feet" sold over 500,000 copies in the UK alone, and amassed a million sales globally.

Like contemporaries Sweet, their most successful period came when their records were written and produced by Nicky Chinn and Mike Chapman, and in 1975 they had no fewer than seven singles on the UK Top 40. "Oh Boy" was the only number one single produced by Chinn and Chapman that they did not also write.

"Lonely This Christmas" has become something of an annual fixture on British radio and television, (along with Slade's "Merry Xmas Everybody" and John Lennon's "Happy Xmas"). Mud also released another single under a different name - after "The Cat Crept In" they released a track from their album Mud Rock, a cover of "In the Mood". This was released under the name of Dum (Mud spelt backwards), but failed to chart. Their last single was "Rico" released in 1980.

The last performance by the four original members was on 3 March 1990 at Dave Mount's wedding, a video recording of which was made by Mount.

Gray later toured as Les Gray's Mud in various line-ups, initially with members of the Bristol based Cherie Beck Band, later with Tim Fish (guitar), Mark Hatwood (Drums) and Kevin Fairburn (Bass), and ultimately with John Berry (bass), Syd Twynham (guitar) and Phil Wilson (drums). Twyham and Wilson still tour the 1970s circuit with Chris Savage (keyboards) and Marc Michalski (bass) as 'Mud II'.

Ray Stiles joined the Hollies; whilst Davis went on to co-write several highly successful dance hits for artists such as Kylie Minogue and Spiller featuring Sophie Ellis Bextor. Drummer Dave Mount went into the insurance business.

Les Gray died on 21 February 2004 in Portugal, of a heart attack, as a result of throat cancer.

Lead guitarist Rob Davis (born Robert Davis, 1 October 1947, Carshalton, Surrey)
Lead vocalist Les Gray (born Thomas Leslie Gray, 9 April 1946, Carshalton, Surrey. He died of a heart attack on 21 February 2004, Lagos, Portugal)
Drummer Dave Mount (born David George Mount, 3 March 1947, Carshalton. He died on 2 December 2006, at St Helier's Hospital, Carshalton)
Bass guitarist Ray Stiles (born Raymond John Stiles, 20 November 1946, Guildford, Surrey)

Mud Rock (1974)
01. Rocket
02. (a) Do You Love Me (b) Sha La La La Lee
03. Runing Bear
04. The Hippy Hippy Shake
05. Shake,Rattle And Roll,See You Later Aligator
06. Medley-Dyna-mite,The Cat Crept,Tiger Feet
07. The End Of The World
08. Blue Moon
09. In The Mood
10. Bye Bye Johnny
Mud Rock Vol II (1975)
11. The Secrets That You Keep
12. Living Doll
13. One Night
14. Tallahassee Lassie
15. Let's Have A Party
16. Tobacco Road
17. Oh Boy
18. I Love How You Love Me
19. Hula Love
20. Diana

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