STYLE: Progressive Rock
FORMAT: FLAC (Image + Log + .Cue + Scans + 5% Recovery)
SIZE: 327 Mb
THE BAND: Dave Bell (drums); Colin Dawson (guitar); Sten Land (guitar, synthesizer, percussion, horns); Jill Saward (guitar, synth, flute, vocals); Paul Jennings (bass)
The album 'Skeleton In Armour', especially for 1973, is a model of Prog Rock successfully integrated as a viable popular medium and though not truly competitive against the likes of bigger peers, is far better than many bands that have become well known. It reflects all the breakthroughs and celebrations that were occurring in British music in the early 1970s including those of JETHRO TULL, COLOSSEUM, YES, GREENSLADE, and BABE RUTH.
One of the very best 'second tier' English prog bands, their album is a little known treasure and except for the commercial track 'When My Momma's Not at Home', is hugely recommended to anyone who loves earlier British prog with all the best aspects of symphonic, Canterbury, prog Folk and hard rock.
1. Fanfare Suite For 1000 Trampits(Part I)
2. Sonata In Z
3. Have I Left The Gas On
4. O.K Boy, Now's Our Big Chance
5. Skeleton In Armour
6. When My Mama's Not At Home
7. Don't Be Silly Jilly
8. Talk To The Man In The Sky
9. Fanfare Suite For 1000 Trampits(Part II)
Dave Bell (drums)
Colin Dawson (guitar)
Sten Land (guitar, synthesizer, percussion, horns)
Jill Saward (guitar, synth, flute, vocals)
Paul Jennings (bass)
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