A sampler is a type of compilation album generally offered at a reduced price to showcase a selection of artists signed to a particular record label.
The Incredible String Band is the debut album by the band of the same name, released in Britain in 1966 by record label Elektra. It is the only one of the band's albums to feature the original trio line-up with Clive Palmer, Robin Williamson and Mike Heron. The trio had been signed to Elektra Records by Joe Boyd, who had seen them play in Glasgow. They recorded the album at the Sound Techniques studio in Chelsea, London in one afternoon in May 1966, with Boyd as producer
1 All I Am 2 Money 3 This Chose Me 4 Straight Lines 5 (How Long) Does The Fire Burn 6 Forever's Too Soon 7 Foundation 8 Rollercoaster 9 Castles In the Sand 10 The Night Won't Wait 11 Round And Round. CDr in plastic sleeve - no art or tracklist (this taken from iPlayer).
The Incredible Magpie Band is an apt title for this rollicking Wakefield five piece, as they infuse a range of transatlantic styles (early rock'n'roll, Merseybeat, skiffle) into their infectious sound. Their debut double A-Side single This Chose Me/Money has already turned the head of Liam Gallagher and will surely take beer-soaked caverns near you by storm anytime soon. Seattle math rockers Minus The Bear have pieced together a new album, Lost Loves, from rare and unreleased tracks written over the last seven years and The Lucky Ones is an epic stop gap while fans wait for the band.
Their eponymous debut album was recorded live in front of a small audience at Applehead Recording in Woodstock, New York apart from opening track Omission which is a full studio recording. The album has added significance as it marks the last recorded work by the late Eddie Harsch, former Black Crowes keyboard player who sadly passed away in November 2016. The album is a mix of Black Crowes songs, new tracks and cover versions, which reflect the band's wide-ranging roots. The first album from the Magpie Salute has me looking forward to their next album. Their sound is a mix of The Black Crowes with hints of the Tedeschi-Trucks band. Playing mostly covers, there is not a bad song in the mix.
The Incredible Magpie Band: An Introduction. Concert Archives users have seen The Incredible Magpie Band 1 time. Jun 01, 2013 – Jun 01, 2013.
|1||All I Am|
|3||This Chose Me|
|5||(How Long) Does The Fire Burn|
|6||Forever's Too Soon|
|9||Castles In the Sand|
|10||The Night Won't Wait|
|11||Round And Round|