Dec 24, 2010

Brinsley Schwarz - Nervous On The Road (1972)

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Pub rock, the English roots rock movement of the early '70s, would never have earned a cult following if it wasn't for Brinsley Schwarz. Initially, Brinsley Schwarz was a rambling, neo-psychedelic folk-rock band that borrowed heavily from Crosby, Stills & Nash and the Grateful Dead. Following a disastrous publicity stunt to promote its debut album, the band went into seclusion outside of London and developed a laid-back, rootsy sound inspired by Eggs Over Easy, an American band that had been playing a mixture of originals and covers in English pubs...
1. It's Been So Long
2. Happy Doing What We're Doing
3. Surrender To The Rhythm
4. Don't Lose Your Grip On Love
5. Nervous On The Road (But Can't Stay At Home)
6. Feel A Little Funky
7. I Like It Like That
8. Brand New You, Brand New Me
9. Home In My Hand
10. Why, Why, Why, Why, Why

Brinsley Schwarz - guitar, alto and tenor sax, vocals
Ian Gomm - guitars, vocals
Billy Rankin - drums
Bob Andrews - keyboards, alto sax, vocals
Nick Lowe - bass guitar, acoustic guitar, vocals

Brinsley Schwarz - Feel A Little Funky

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hanalex said...

Anonymous said...

any chance of a repost? This looks awesome ...



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