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Samuel Prody - Samuel Prody (1971) [Reissue, 2011]

Progressive Rock, Hard Rock, Blues Rock | Author: sirk | 12-03-2018, 19:54
Samuel Prody -  Samuel Prody  (1971) [Reissue, 2011] Artist: Samuel Prody
Title Of Album: Samuel Prody
Year Of Release:1971/2011
Label (Catalog#) :Flawed Gems [GEM 53]
Country: UK
Genre: Heavy Psych Prog Blues Rock
Quality: FLAC (image + cue,log,scans)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 00:32:34
Full Size: 230mb(+5%)

"Excellent heavy psychedelic blues-rock in the being of the Masters Apprentices, Morly Grey, Ancient Grease and Sir Lord Baltimore. Samuel Prody is very much underrated one album miracle, which any addict of proto-metal (or classic hard'n'heavy and psychedelia) will enjoy; it will definitely please and surprise hardcore fans of Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple. The mastermind behind the band was Tony Savva, London-based bass guitarist and singer, who went through various minor bands of the 60s. After over 30 years of various 'unofficial' CD releases of the album Tony has decided to offer a limited edition CD himself and he has signed each one of the first 100 personally."...........

The only album from Brighton (Brighton). The leader of the group - guitarist / vocalist Tony Savva (Tony Savva) before he played in many bands - The Rivals, Thee Of London, The New Breed, Wild Angels, A Wild Uncertainty (to them at one time wanted to join Keith Moon, when the row with Pete Townshend), then auditioned in the Jimi Hendrix Experience … In A Wild Uncertainty generally met an interesting company - drummer Gordon Barton (he then worked in Andwella’s Dream and John Entwistle on his solo album), guitarist Peter Tidmarsh (one of his songs sounds to represent here the album), keyboardist Eddie Hardin (before leaving in Spencer Davis Group and the creation of the duo Hardin & York) … A manager there was Andrew Loog Oldham (the same) … In 1968, Tony Savva worked with Lionel Bart on the album Isn’t This Where We Came In? (A very strange album, interesting, somehow we’ll get to it) … Then Tony had a few groups: Smiffy’s Gang, then Giant. In “Giant” was the guitarist Davey O'List (ex-The Nice). When Giant moved to Brighton, O'List left and was replaced by Peter Tidmarsh, and then - Keith Hurley (he was a local, from Brighton) … The group then decided to Giant change its name to Samuel Purdey, but they cautioned that this may be dissatisfied with the firm James Purdey & Sons - weapons manufacturer … Then they were called Samuel Prody. After the release of this album (the wonderful, it must be said, is released in Germany on the label Global Records, there is still a group Dulcimer, Zion, Wishful Thinking produced), the group ran away … Tony Sava joined the band Rusty Butler. There was a young keyboardist Dave Greenfield (who later played in The Stranglers) … Rusty Butler came from two groups - Sticky Wickit and Krakatoa. And so it is endless … Why am I wrote this? ’ve Forgotten … And, remember! England - a small country, there is going from one group to another once you get … Fans of Led Zeppelin and (especially) Robert Plant will be interested to hear that Samuel Prodi …

1. Who Will Buy (L. Bart) - 4:23
2. Woman - 4:17
3. Time Is All Mine - 6:10
4. Scat Shuffle (P. Titmarsch) - 2:17
5. She's Mine - 3:16
6. Mr Make Believe - 3:16
7. Hallucination - 8:42

Tony Savva - Lead Vocals, Guitar
Derek "Mort" Smallcombe - Lead Guitar, Vocals
John Boswell - Percussion, Vocals
Stephen Day - Bass, Lead Guitar

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