Wednesday, December 9, 2009

KGB: 1970's No-hit Wonder

This is one of my collection of obscure records.

I actually like it a lot, as my record buying habits in the 70's was to head directly to the cutout bin, buy something interesting and cheap, take it home and play it till I liked it.

Mike Bloomfield:
(The Late Lead Guitarist of the Butterfield Blues Band, Bob Dylan's Original Guitar Player and One Time Member of Electric Flag)

Carmine Appice:
(Vanilla Fudge, Cactus, Jeff Beck, Rod Stewart and Ozzy Osbourne), that has been credited with inventing heavy-rock drumming,

Ray Kennedy:
Singer of Beach Boys

Barry Goldberg:
On keyboards (Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Electric Flag, Bob Dylan etc.)

Rick Grech:
(Bassist of Both Blind Faith and Ginger Bakers Airforce).

It has also been rumoured for many years that the album contains input from Steve Winwood although he is uncredited. Also featured on this record is Al Kooper (of Bob Dylan fame)

01. Let Me Love You (R.Kennedy-J. Conrad)
02. Midnight Traveler (Paul Rosenberg)
03. I’ve Got A Feeling (John Lennon-Paul McCartney)
04. High Roller (Daniel Moore)
05. Sail On Sailor (B. Wilson-R. Kennedy)
06. Workin’ For The Children (B. Goldberg-M. Bloomfield)
07. You Got The Notion (R.Kennedy)
08. Baby Should I Stay Or Go (B. Goldberg-M. Bloomfield)
09. It’s Gonna Be A Hard Night (B. Goldberg-Will Jennings)
10. Magic In Your Touch (R.Kennedy)

*Ric Grech: Bass
*Carmine Appice: Drums
*Ray Kennedy: Vocals
*Mike Bloomfield: Guitars
*Barry Goldberg: Keyboards

1 comment:

  1. just bought an 8track collection there are three brand new sealed in a box tapes of this album i was researching to find out who this band was and thanks to your blog now i know thanks ken