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Edgar Broughton Band - Sing Brother Sing (1970) [Remastered, 2004]

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Edgar Broughton Band - Sing Brother Sing (1970) [Remastered, 2004]Artist: Edgar Broughton Band
Title Of Album: Sing Brother Sing
Year Of Release: 1970/2004
Label (Catalog#) : EMI [07243 8 64124 2 3]
Country: UK
Genre: Psych Prog Rock, Blues Rock
Quality: Harvest [07243 8 64124 2 3]
Bitrate: FLAC (tracks+log)
Total Time: 01:17:07
Total Size: 475mb(+5%)(front+back)

AllMusic Review by Mike DeGagne
Sing Brother Sing almost equals the psychedelic cohesiveness and insouciant air of the Edgar Broughton Band's debut album, but, even without doing so, it still stands as their second strongest release. All the songs on Sing Brother Sing wallow in a hippie-ish, kick-backed experimental blues-rock style, extenuated to perfection by Broughton's resonant grumble and vocal staunchness, and surrounded by chem lab mixtures of guitar and bass. The group's peculiar instrumental outputs give odd tracks such as "There's No Vibrations but Wait," "Momma's Reward," and the two parts of "Psychopath" progressive rock-type tendencies with a homemade wit, which would be the band's most daunting characteristic outside of Edgar Broughton's singing. Although the Captain Beefheart and Frank Zappa comparisons are unavoidable, the rest of Sing Brother Sing's facets and odd instrumental avenues emit a distinctness that remains the whole album through. The quaint but humorous English air that encircles "Officer Dan" and "Old Gopher" reflects Broughton's adept satirical approach, maybe without him even knowing it. Held together with elements of jazz, rock, and blues, the music on Sing Brother Sing is captivating because of its raw integrity, and in its refusal to adhere to structure, formula, or to travel a beaten path.

Edgar Broughton Band - Sing Brother Sing (1970) [Remastered, 2004]

01. There's No Vibrations But Wait!
02. Moth: The Moth/People/Peter
03. Momma's Reward (Keep Them Freak's a Rollin')
04. Refugee
05. Officer Dan
06. Old Gopher
07. Aphrodite
08. Granma
09. Psychopath: The Psychopath/Is for Butterflies
10. It's Falling Away
Bonus Tracks:
11. Out Demons Out
12. Rag Doll
13. There's No Vibrations But! Wait [Alternate Version]
14. Locket
15. We've Got the Power
16. Up Yours!
17. Freedom
18. Apache Dropout [Peter Jenner Version]

From rear: Originally released as Harvest SHVL 772 in June 1970.
Tracks 1-11, 16-17 Digital Remasters (P) 2004.
In Barcode-Box: 07243 8 64124 2 3 / UK: 8 64124 2 / F: / Place of manufacture as stated on label. Marketed and distributed by EMI. Printed in the EU.
From booklet:
Bonus tracks: Track 11 released as A-side of Harvest HAR 5015 in April 1970.
Track 12 recorded at Abbey Road Studio Two 9th February 1970 - Previously unreleased.
Track 13 alternate version. Recorded at Abbey Road Studio Two 20th July 1969 - Previously unreleased.
Track 14 and 15 recorded at Abbey Road Studio Two 10th June 1969 - Previously unreleased.
Track 16 A-side of single. Released as Harvest HAR 5021 in May 1970.
Track 17 B-side of single. Released as Harvest HAR 5032 in November 1970.
Track 18 previously unreleased Peter Jenner version. Single version released as A-side of Harvest HAR 5032 in November 1970.
Tracks 12 - 14 mixed from the original Eight Track tapes by Paschal Byrne and Mark Powell at The Audio Archiving Company - 20th January 2004.

Edgar Broughton - Bass, Guitar, Horn, Keyboards, Primary Artist, Vocals
Steve Broughton - Bass, Drums, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Arthur Grant - Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Victor Unitt - Guitar

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