Apr 28, 2011

Wishbone Ash - New England (1976)

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New England is the seventh studio album by rock band Wishbone Ash. It was a success compared to the band's Locked In album, but still did not chart as high as most of previous Wishbone Ash albums. This album would mark the "Americanization" of Wishbone Ash, as the band would relocate from England to the Northeastern United States for tax purposes.
New England contained an even balance of hard rock songs and breezy, soft rock ballads, the latter of which would see further exploration from Wishbone Ash on their next album.
1. Mother Of Pearl
2. (In All Of My Dreams) You Rescued Me
3. Runaway
4. Lorelei
5. Outward Bound
6. Prelude
7. When You Know Love
8. Lonely Island
9. Candlelight

Andy Powell - electric & acoustic guitars, mandolin, vocals
Laurie Wisefield - electric & slide guitars, vocals
Steve Upton - drums
Martin Turner - bass guitar, lead vocals
Guest musician:
Nelson ''Flaco'' Padron - percussion



Eric said...

I have this one as you know, but to any newcomers to the band,or perhaps those who dismissed the second incarnation of the group I highly recommend this gem of an album.

adamus67 said...

A long time ago, a team that probably the most and deepest wtłoczył me into the music Rockowej. their albums are true works of art for two guitars quarrel! Oh YEEAAHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The band was Formed 40 years ago!
I love them more than 2o years!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Wishbone Ash – British rock band formed in 1969, a contentious issue is the allocation of a specific species. Some are inclined to regard it as a progressive, others consider it music’s most sublime variety of hard rock. Certainly, the group brought together both gatunki.Wyrafinowane and complex sound of Wishbone Ash was based on the electric guitar duets. The group was first to introduce the instruments of carrying two guitars.
The British have released 25 studio albums, the last (“Power of Eternity”) in 2007, and 12 concerts. Beginning of the 70s This period of greatest popularity of Wishbone Ash. The group was then loudly through the first three albums – “Wishbone Ash”(1970), “Pilgrimage” (1971) and “Argus” (1972).
The original duo guitarist Andy Powell and Ted Turner of Wishbone Ash in 1989 was hailed as the best duo in the history of rock music (Traffic Magazine).
The musicians also got twenty to close the best guitarists of all time in the quotation letter “Rolling Stone”. In 1972, the prestigious “Melody Maker ” Powell and Turner described as the most intriguing duo since The Yardbirds with Jeff Beck and Page’s Jiimy in storage.
I was at their concert in 2008
The original composition has been only a guitar-vocals Andy Powell
Three other musicians are: Bob Skeat – bass (in the Wishbone Ash from 1998), Muddy Manninen – guitar (since 2004) and Joe Crabtree – drums (since 2007).
Repertoire according to the announcement included some newer stuff, but mostly material from their most famous album “Argus. ” Who does not obey, let him do it as quickly as possible. Melody Maker readers will recognize the aforementioned record the best album of 1972. And rightly so.! Concert? Grandparents gave advice. Top sounded “Warrior” (clip below), which came into my head so hard that I could not get him away Andy Powell continues to cut out the juicy solos, from which could screw up in the head. The average age was under the stage this evening at around forty. Wishbone Ash Concert performances are energetic with a mix of songs zlata 70′s and the latest recordings of satisfying both loyal fans and young enthusiasts.
True greatness, is clothed in simplicity!