Driscoll, Julie / Brian Auger & The Trinity

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Driscoll, Julie / Brian Auger & The Trinity - Street Noise Street Noise
Pop Used - LP SD 2-701 Atco
1969 2LP Gatefold Original. "The Final Collaboration Between Singer Julie Driscoll (By That Time Dubbed As "The Face" By The British Music Weeklies) And Brian Auger's Trinity Was Streetnoise In 1969, An Association That Had Begun In 1966 With Steampacket, A Band That Also Featured Rod Stewart And Long John Baldry. As A Parting Of The Ways, However, It Was To Be Trinity's Finest Moment. Featuring 16 Tracks, More Than Half Of Them With Vocals By Driscoll, And The Rest Absolutely Burning Instrumentals By Trinity (Which Was Auger On Organ, Piano, Electric Piano, And Vocals), Driscoll On Acoustic Guitar, Clive Thacker On Drums, And Dave Ambrose On Bass And Assorted Guitars. "Tropic Of Capricorn," An Instrumental Auger Original, Kicks The Set Off In High Gear. It's A Knotty Prog Rock Number That Has Near Key Change Elements Of Memphis R&B. It Twists And Turns All Around A Minor Key Figure That Explodes Into Solid, Funky Major Seventh Grit With Thacker Double Timing The Band. Driscoll Enters Next With "Czechoslovakia," A Wide-Open Modal Tune That Hints At The Kinds Of Music Driscoll Would Explore In The Very Near Future On Her Debut 1969 And Later With Her Future Husband Keith Tippett. Broken Melody Lines And Drones Are The Framework For Driscoll To Climb Over And Soar Above, And She Does Without Faltering Before She Slides Into The Traditional Gospel Tune, "Take Me To The Water." And This Is How This Record Moves, From Roiling Progressive Rock Instrumentals And Art Songs, Rock Style, To Inspired Readings Of The Hits Of The Day Such As "Light My Fire," "Flesh Failures (Let The Sunshine In)" From Hair, And One Of Most Stirring Readings Ever Of Laura Nyro's "Save The Country" That Closes The Album." Thom Jurek, AMG.... more details
 
Driscoll, Julie / Brian Auger & The Trinity - Street Noise Street Noise
Pop Used - LP SD 2-701 Atco
Beautiful 1969 2LP White Label Promo In Heavy-Duty Textured Gatefold Cover. "The Final Collaboration Between Singer Julie Driscoll (By That Time Dubbed As "The Face" By The British Music Weeklies) And Brian Auger's Trinity Was Streetnoise In 1969, An Association That Had Begun In 1966 With Steampacket, A Band That Also Featured Rod Stewart And Long John Baldry. As A Parting Of The Ways, However, It Was To Be Trinity's Finest Moment. Featuring 16 Tracks, More Than Half Of Them With Vocals By Driscoll, And The Rest Absolutely Burning Instrumentals By Trinity (Which Was Auger On Organ, Piano, Electric Piano, And Vocals), Driscoll On Acoustic Guitar, Clive Thacker On Drums, And Dave Ambrose On Bass And Assorted Guitars. "Tropic Of Capricorn," An Instrumental Auger Original, Kicks The Set Off In High Gear. It's A Knotty Prog Rock Number That Has Near Key Change Elements Of Memphis R&B. It Twists And Turns All Around A Minor Key Figure That Explodes Into Solid, Funky Major Seventh Grit With Thacker Double Timing The Band. Driscoll Enters Next With "Czechoslovakia," A Wide-Open Modal Tune That Hints At The Kinds Of Music Driscoll Would Explore In The Very Near Future On Her Debut 1969 And Later With Her Future Husband Keith Tippett. Broken Melody Lines And Drones Are The Framework For Driscoll To Climb Over And Soar Above, And She Does Without Faltering Before She Slides Into The Traditional Gospel Tune, "Take Me To The Water." And This Is How This Record Moves, From Roiling Progressive Rock Instrumentals And Art Songs, Rock Style, To Inspired Readings Of The Hits Of The Day Such As "Light My Fire," "Flesh Failures (Let The Sunshine In)" From Hair, And One Of Most Stirring Readings Ever Of Laura Nyro's "Save The Country" That Closes The Album." Thom Jurek, AMG.... more details
 
Driscoll, Julie / Brian Auger & The Trinity - Street Noise Street Noise
Pop New - LP SD 2-701 Atco
Sealed 1969 2LP Gatefold Original, Small Saw Cut. "The Final Collaboration Between Singer Julie Driscoll (By That Time Dubbed As "The Face" By The British Music Weeklies) And Brian Auger's Trinity Was Streetnoise In 1969, An Association That Had Begun In 1966 With Steampacket, A Band That Also Featured Rod Stewart And Long John Baldry. As A Parting Of The Ways, However, It Was To Be Trinity's Finest Moment. Featuring 16 Tracks, More Than Half Of Them With Vocals By Driscoll, And The Rest Absolutely Burning Instrumentals By Trinity (Which Was Auger On Organ, Piano, Electric Piano, And Vocals), Driscoll On Acoustic Guitar, Clive Thacker On Drums, And Dave Ambrose On Bass And Assorted Guitars. "Tropic Of Capricorn," An Instrumental Auger Original, Kicks The Set Off In High Gear. It's A Knotty Prog Rock Number That Has Near Key Change Elements Of Memphis R&B. It Twists And Turns All Around A Minor Key Figure That Explodes Into Solid, Funky Major Seventh Grit With Thacker Double Timing The Band. Driscoll Enters Next With "Czechoslovakia," A Wide-Open Modal Tune That Hints At The Kinds Of Music Driscoll Would Explore In The Very Near Future On Her Debut 1969 And Later With Her Future Husband Keith Tippett. Broken Melody Lines And Drones Are The Framework For Driscoll To Climb Over And Soar Above, And She Does Without Faltering Before She Slides Into The Traditional Gospel Tune, "Take Me To The Water." And This Is How This Record Moves, From Roiling Progressive Rock Instrumentals And Art Songs, Rock Style, To Inspired Readings Of The Hits Of The Day Such As "Light My Fire," "Flesh Failures (Let The Sunshine In)" From Hair, And One Of Most Stirring Readings Ever Of Laura Nyro's "Save The Country" That Closes The Album." Thom Jurek, AMG.... more details
 

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