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Warm Dust - Peace For Our Time (1971) [Remastered, DigiPak] (2005)

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Warm Dust - Peace For Our Time (1971) [Remastered, DigiPak] (2005)Artist: Warm Dust
Title Of Album: Peace For Our Time
Year Of Release:1971 [2005]
Label (Catalog#) :Second Life [ SLCD-023]
Country:: UK
Genre: Prog Rock, Jazz-Rock
Quality: FLAC (image + cue,log, scans)
Time: 00:36:40
Full Size: 225mb(+5%)

Warm Dust biography
Among the wave of brass rock groups that embraced the rock world from 68 until 71 or 72, Warm Dust was a late-comer, but quickly became one of the most interesting and progressive group of the genre. The sextet developed a solid psych-laced progressive brass rock, lead by the twin sax players of Alan Solomon (also KB) and John Surguy (also guitar) and featuring future Mike Rutherford and Steve Hackett acolyte Paul Carrack.

They released their debut album And It Came To Pass on the small Trend label and the double vinyl was a small tour-de-force (all things considered for a debut effort) with long compositions, thought-provoking lyrics and plenty of instrumental interplay, including sax, flute, organ, guitars etc.. Their second (conceptual) album released the following year is a frightening recount of the horrors of war and remains their most even album and usually pointed by connoisseurs as their best. It came out in Germany under a different name (Peace For Our Times) on the BASF label. Their last self-titled album with a striking whale artwork is mostly remembered for the sidelong suite blind boy, a stunning full-blown progressive track, which remains their crowning achievements.

Warm dust is definitely of of one the Brass Rock genre's more interesting band along with Brainchild, Galliard and in all honesty deserve at least as much recognition as the much more celebrated early Chicago, If or the cheesy BS&T and certainly much more fame than The Greatest Show On Earth. Exactly why the group broke up remains a mystery for this writer, so if anyone knows anything, please contact Sean Trane on this site's forums. Progarchives.

Warm Dust - Peace For Our Time (1971) [Remastered, DigiPak] (2005)
Warm Dust - Peace For Our Time (1971) [Remastered, DigiPak] (2005)

1. Blood Of My Fathers – 5:02
2. Winds Of Change – 5:10
3. Justify, Things Your Hands Have Done – 8:48
4. Rejection – 4:38
5. Very Small Child (David Kubinec) – 4:10
6. Songs For A Star – 4:47
7. Peace Of Mind – 3:30

Dransfield “Les” Walker – Lead Vocals, Harmonica, Guitar
Paul Carrack – Organ, Piano, Guitar
John Surguy – Guitar, Tenor Saxophone, Alto Flute, Oboe, Vibes, Clarinet
Alan Solomon – Baritone Saxophones, Tenor, Alto Flute, Oboe, Piano
Terry “Tex” Comer – Bass, Recorder
Dave Pepper – Drums, Percussion

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