Label: CBS/Sony - SONP 50223,CBS/Sony - SONP-50223 • Series: SX68Sound • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock, Psychedelic Rock
With drummer Larry Martin and bassist Ken Newell rounding out the trio, the group's initial reputation stemmed from their jam-oriented concerts. Initially signed by the London-affiliated Sire label, as one would expect from Little Brown Hen - Aum - Resurrection title, the group's 's " Bluesvibes " found them working in a distinctively blues-vein. Reflecting the band's live act, the Richard Gotthrer produced debut featured a series of seven extended jams, the shortest song clocking in at 4 minutes.
With Ceballos writing the majority of the material, in spite of period excesses e. Moreover, Ceballos proved a decent singer, injecting considerable energy into his performances. Among the few missteps, the band's ponderous cover of John Loudermilk's "Tobacco Road" would've been suitable for Vanilla Fudge.
Commercially the set proved a non-entity; quickly vanishing into cutout bins. Tobacco Road John Loundermilk - 2. Mississippi Mud Wayne the Harp Ceballos - 3. Chilli Woman Wayne the Harp Ceballos - side Little Brown Hen - Aum - Resurrection 1.
Movin' Man Wayne the Harp Ceballos - 3. As one might have guessed from the album title let alone the back cover which showed three crossestheir sophomore effort found the band pursuing a pseudo-religious agenda.
Boasting a nifty Ceballos guitar solo, the stately title track was our nomination for standout track. Certainly not likely to get top airplay, but Shes Out Of My Life - Michael Jackson - Off The Wall Francisco certainly turned out worse sounding bands. Commercially the set did nothing; the trio calling it quits shortly thereafter.
Bye Bye Baby Wayne Cebballos. One of the first acts signed to Bill Graham's Fillmore label, 's " Resurrection " teamed the band with producer David Rubinson.
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