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Name:Necromandus Orexis Of Death plus (2005) 256k

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 10 - Judy Green Rocket (Live).mp3

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 09 - Mogidisimo (Reprise).mp3

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 08 - Orexis Of Death.mp3

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 07 - Gypsy Dancer.mp3

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 06 - Still Born Beauty.mp3

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 05 - Homicidal Psychopath.mp3

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 04 - A Black Solitude.mp3

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 03 - Nightjar.mp3

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 02 - Mogidisimo.mp3

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 01 - Judy Green Rocket (Previously Unreleased Demo).mp3

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Necromandus – Orexis Of Death plus... (recorded 1973)(released 2005) Hard Rock

Tracker - Phoenix

Originally recorded in 1973, produced by Tony Iommi for Vertigo Records, the
album was shelved for decades before finally being released.
Re-released in 2005 featuring two rare tracks including 'Judy Green Rocket'.

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The story of Necromandus begins in 1968 with the breakup of two West Cumbrian
bands Jug and Heaven. Two ex-members of each of the bands - Barry (Baz) Dunnery
(guitar) and Bill Branch (vocals) from Jug and Dennis McCarten (bass) and Frank
Hall (drums) from Heaven - combined to form a band which went through a spate of
name changes including Heavy Hand, Hot Spring Water and Taurus before deciding on Necromandus. Heaven had supported Earth (soon to become Black Sabbath) at the
Towbar club at Nethertown and had become friendly with them. Black Sabbath had a
lot of their early success in Cumbria and after Necromandus had supported them several times Tony Iommi became so impressed with them he became their manager and took them under the wing of his Birmingham based Tramp agency which was created to help Necromandus and other up and coming bands (like Judas Priest who played Workington College in 1971) to get established. In 1972 the lads moved down to Birmingham to be nearer the action than up in Cumbria. There they played the club circuit and were hailed as a second Sabbath. Later in the year a recording session was arranged in the Zella studios in Edgbaston. Tony Iommi was the producer and a single "Judy Green Rocket" was the outcome. In early 1973 Necromandus cut their first album in Morgan's Studio in London, with Tony Iommi again producing and contributing some licks as well. He chose Vertigo as the record company to release their album "Orexis of Death" as they had previously issued several Sabbath albums.
After the completion of their album Necromandus were chosen to be one of
the support acts on a major U.K. Black Sabbath tour. They followed this with their own tour during which their performance at the Casino in Blackpool was privately recorded. This recording became available for the first time 32 years later! In August 1973 Necromandus appeared at the Kendal Rock Festival. Another local band Olly Alcock's England were also on the bill which was headed by the Groundhogs. They also sold out Whitehaven Civic Hall filling 400 seats with as many again standing at the back and sides. Unfortunately for Necromandus, Sabbath were at their peak at this time and spent much of their time in the USA. This meant that Tony was not around to push for their album to be released and the date kept getting put back. Towards the end of 1973 Baz Dunnery decided to leave the band which took away an important component of their sound. This caused Vertigo to shelve the album which finally saw the light of day over 20 years later. The band finally split after their last gig in the Slypt Disc in Workington. As a postscript to their career the three remaining members were remembered by Ozzy Osborne when he temporarily left Sabbath and he invited them to back him in rehearsals of new material which would eventually become "Blizzard of Ozz", but he eventually rejoined Sabbath. Baz Dunnery went on to play in Violinsky with John Marcangelo (formerly with the Invaders) and played on their hit single "Clog Dance" Frank Hall and Baz Dunnery were reunited for a time in Cumbrian band Nerves and are still great friends. Sadly both Bill Branch and Dennis McCarten have now
passed away.

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1. Judy Green Rocket
2. Mogidisimo
3. Nightjar
4. A Black Solitude
5. Homicidal Psychopath
6. Still Born Beauty
7. Gypsy Dancer
8. Orexis of Death
9. Mogidisimo (Reprise)
10. Judy Green Rocket (live)

Bill Branch - Vocals
Barry Dunnery - Guitars
Dennis McCarten - Bass
Frank Hall - Drums

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