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The Pretty Things Parachute - Stereo

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catalog number: RELP0916001

weight in Kg 0,330

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The Pretty Things: Parachute - Stereo


 

Songs

The Pretty Things - Parachute - Stereo Medium 1
1: The Good Mr Square  
2: She Was Gall She Was High  
3: In The Square  
4: The Letter  
5: Rain  
6: Miss Fay Regrets  
7: Cries From The Midnight Circus  
8: Grass  
9: Sickle Clowns  
10: She's A Lover  
11: What's The Use  
12: Parachute  

 

Artikeleigenschaften von The Pretty Things: Parachute - Stereo

  • Interpret: The Pretty Things

  • Albumtitel: Parachute - Stereo

  • Format LP
  • Genre Rock 'n' Roll

  • Music Genre Rock 'n' Roll
  • Music Style Vinyl - Beat / Rock / 60s / 70s
  • Music Sub-Genre 557 Vinyl - Beat/Rock/60s/70s
  • Title Parachute - Stereo
  • Vinyl size LP (12 Inch)
  • Speed / RPM 33 U/min
  • Record Grading Mint (M)
  • Sleeve Grading Mint (M)
  • Label RARE EARTH

  • SubGenre Beat 60s-70s

  • EAN: 2500000593086

  • weight in Kg 0.330
 
 

Artist description "Pretty Things, The"

The Pretty Things, formed by the Rolling Stones' original bass guitarist, Dick Taylor, and Phil May (born on Sept. 11, 1944) at Sidcup Art College in the autumn of 1963, were doomed by their scruffy image and Bo Diddley-bAsed rhy-thm and blues to the role of poor man's Stones. With Taylor switching to lead guitar, the rest of the line-up was May (vocals, harmonica), Brian Pendleton (rhythm guitar), John Stax (bass, harmonica), Viv Prince (drums).

They were signed up almost at once as the R&B boom hit the music in-dustry, but after early hits, the double-sided 'Big Boss Man'/ `Rosalyn' (Miy, 1964), 'Don't Bring Me Down' (November, 1964) and 'Honey I Need' (March, 1965) on Fontana, they failed to make the Stones' shift to their own material until, in a reorganized line-up, May and Taylor composed the biographical S. F. Sorrow (Harvest, 1968), supposedly an encouragement — if not an influence — for Pete Townshend's Tommy project. Following the departure of Taylor and the failure of the highly regarded Parachute album in 1969, the band folded for a time, re-forming to record Freeway Mad-ness (Warner Bros., 1972). In 1974, with May, Peter Tol-son (guitar), John Povey (keyboards), and Skip Alan (drums) still together from the Parachute personnel, plus Jack Green (vocals) and Gordon Edwards (bass), they signed with Led Zeppelin's Swan Song label for Silk Torpedo.

 
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