Streetwalkers

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Streetwalkers - Streetwalkers Streetwalkers
Pop New - LP SRM-1-1060 Mercury
Sealed 1975 Gatefold Original. Small Cut Out Hole. “Roger Chapman And Charlie Whitney Led Their Previous Outfit, Family, Through Eight Lps Of Limited Success, Breaking Up The Band In Late 1973. But Their Partnership Continued And Months Later They Set Out To Record A One-Off Album As A Duo. A Number Of Colleagues Contributed To The Project, Including Alumni Of Family (John Wetton, Rick Grech, Poli Palmer, Jim Cregan) And King Crimson (Wetton, Mike Giles, Boz Burrell, Ian Wallace, Mel Collins). The Resulting LP, Streetwalkers, Was Released In May 1974. The Mixture Of Rockers And Ballads Was Not Family; Yet There Was Added Depth To The Music, Stemming From The Evolved Songwriting And From The Involvement Of So Many Musicians. "Roxianna" And "Showbiz Joe" Were Part New Orleans Jazz, Continuing The Americana Feel Of Family's Last Album. "Systematic Stealth," A Lovely Textured Ballad, And The Slinky "Creature Feature" Demonstrate The Range Of Roger Chapman's Unusual Voice, From Gravelly Crooning To Just Plain Gravel. The Album's Most Stunning Moments, "Parisienne High Heels" And "Hangman," Are Brooding And Hair-Raising In Their Energy And Dark Themes.” Patrick Little, AMG.... more details
 

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