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Uncle Dog - Old Hat {Japan Press 2005, 24 bit remaster} (1972)

2-12-2014, 19:59
Music | Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Uncle Dog - Old Hat {Japan Press 2005, 24 bit remaster} (1972)

Artist: Uncle Dog
Title Of Album: Old Hat
Year Of Release: 1972/2005
Country: UK
Label: Air Mail / AIRAC-1118
Genre: New Age
Format: MP3/FLAC (Tracks)+Cue+Log
Quality: CBR 320 kbps/Lossless
Total Time: 35 min 53 sec
Total Size: 117/242 Mb + scans


01. River Road (03:06)
02. Movie Time (02:36)
03. Old Hat (03:44)
04. Boogie With Me (02:50)
05. We've Got Time (05:35)
06. Smoke (04:45)
07. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight (03:43)
08. Mystery Train (04:31)
09. Lose Me (04:59)

Prior to its reissue on CD by an imprint of the estimable U.K. progressive rock label Voiceprint, Uncle Dog's 1972 album, Old Hat, commanded a fair amount among collectors of '70s rock, due to the presence of Free's lead guitarist, Paul Kossoff, alongside Malcolm Duncan and Roger Ball, who would shortly become the Average White Band's horn section. The problem is that although lead singer Carol Grimes has a fine bluesy voice -- she actually sounds a lot like a British version of the Joy of Cooking's Terry Garthwaite, no bad thing -- keyboardist Dave Skinner isn't much of a songwriter, and all of the tunes are basically amiable jams on tired old blues progressions. One song is even called "Boogie With Me," for goodness sakes! (To be fair, Skinner does lay into some good organ lines on that song, its saving grace.) This album isn't actually bad, but the album title is distressingly accurate. For die-hard fans of the boogie only, and maybe Smiths completists who want to know what producer John Porter (rhythm guitar and bass) was doing a decade or so before "Hand in Glove."

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