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Fever Tree - San Francisco Girls (2003)

Rock | Author: jonson | 26-04-2018, 15:56
Fever Tree - San Francisco Girls (2003)Artist: Fever Tree
Title Of Album: San Francisco Girls
Year Of Release: 2003
Label (Catalog#): Fab Records GF-199
Country: US
Genre: Psychedelic Rock
Quality: FLAC (*image+.cue,log,scans)
Time: 00:58:12
Full Size: 360 MB


01. San Francisco Girls (Return Of The Native) 03:54
02. The Sun Also Rises 02:43
03. Come With Me (Rainsong) 03:43
04. Nowadays, Clancy Can't Even Sing (N.Young) 03:00
05. Unlock My Door 3:39
06. Ninety-Nine And One Half (S.Cropper, W.Pickett) 02:43
07. Man Who Paints The Pictures 02:30
08. Imitation Situation (Tocatta Fugue) 01:38
09. Filigree & Shadow 03:54
10. Day Tripper / We Can Work It Out (Lennon-McCartney) 03:32
11. Grand Candy, Young Sweet 01:53
12. Puppet Master 04:14
13. Don't Come Crying To Me 02:28
14. You Don't See Me (Al Jarreau) 03:26
15. Party Anytime 03:29
16. San Francisco Girls (Return Of The Native) 06:57
17. Houston Post Radio Commercial 01:02

Dennis Keller - Vocals
Michael Knust - Lead Guitar
Rob Landes - Keyboards
E.E. Wolfe - Bass
John Tuttle - Drums

Psychedelic Rock band of the 1960s.
Known for their anthemic 1968 hit, "San Francisco Girls (Return of the Native)". The group originated in Houston, Texas, USA, and began in 1966 as a folk rock group called The Bostwick Vines. They changed their name to Fever Tree a year later after the addition of keyboard player Rob Landes
This CD not only contains Fever Tree's 1968 self-titled debut long-player, but also an additional seven previously unreleased sides, including a live version of the group's sole charting effort (it reached number 94), "San Francisco Girls (Return of the Native)." The initial incarnation featured Rob Landes (keyboards/woodwind), Dennis Keller (vocals), John Tuttle (percussion), E.E. Wolfe (bass), and Michael Knust (guitar), as well as their patrons Scott Holtzman -- who was one of Houston's top pop DJs -- and his wife Vivian Holtzman. The pair were no strangers to music publishing, either, having worked with the likes of Tex Ritter and even Walt Disney during the 1930s and '40s. Not only did they provide promotional and presumably financial assistance, they also wrote several of the band's best tunes, including the aforementioned "hit" "San Francisco

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