The Comfortable Chair - The Comfortable Chair (1968) Remastered (2010)
Rock, Folk, Pop | Author: sirk | 9-01-2017, 12:32
Artist: The Comfortable Chair Title Of Album The Comfortable Chair Year Of Release: 1968/2010 Label (Catalog#) : Relics [RELCD 3001] Country: USA Genre: Sunshine Psych/Folk/Pop Rock Quality: FLAC (tracks+cue,scans) Bitrate: Lossless Time: 00:34:13 Full Size: 179mb(+5%)
A California-based pop-psychedelic sextet, the Comfortable Chair was formed in 1968 by songwriter and singer Bernie Schwartz, vocalist Barbara Wallace, guitarist Gene Earfin, bassist Gary Davis, drummer Greg Leroy, and keyboard player Tad Baczek, and left behind a self-titled album recorded for Lou Adler's Ode Records label -- it fell in the pecking order just ahead of Peggy Lipton's folk-rock album, at a time in the label's fortunes when, if you blinked, you might miss the release altogether. They made a slightly longer-lasting contribution to the 1969 Bob Hope/Jackie Gleason comedy vehicle How to Commit Marriage, with an appearance in the movie. The most notable aspect of the group's history, however, may concern two musicians who were never actually members -- the Doors' Robbie Krieger and John Densmore, stepping outside the context of their own band for the first time, produced the Comfortable Chair's Ode album.
Tracks: ------- 01. Ain’t No Good No More — 2:33 02. Child’s Garden — 2:36 03. I’ll See You — 2:23 04. Princess — 2:41 05. Now — 2:54 06. Some Soon, Some Day — 3:07 07. Be Me — 2:35 08. Loved It All — 2:24 09. Let Me Through — 2:17 10. Stars In Heaven — 2:58 11. Pale Night Of Quiet — 3:49 12. The Beast (Kali Yuza) — 3:26
Personnel: --------- Barbara Wallace — lead female vocals Bernie Schwartz — lead vocals Gene Garfin — vocals, woodwinds, percussion Tad Baczek — guitar Gary Davis — keyboards Greg Leroy — bass, blues guitar Warner Davis — drums
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