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Paul Kossoff - Back Street Crawler (1990)

8-05-2015, 06:19
Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Paul Kossoff - Back Street Crawler (1990)

Artist: Paul Kossoff
Title Of Album: Back Street Crawler
Year Of Release: 1973
Label: Island Records/Island Masters
Genre: Blues Rock
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue)
Bitrate: lossless
Total Time: 00:36:00
Total Size: 213 mb
WebSite: amazon


01. Tuesday Morning 17:39
02. I’m Ready (Jess Roden, Jean Roussel) 02:28
03. Time Away (Kossoff, John Martyn) 05:48
04. Molton Gold 05:54
05. Back Street Crawler (Don't Need You No More) 04:09

Paul Kossoff – lead guitar
Trevor Burton – bass guitar on "Tuesday Morning"
Alan White – drums on "Tuesday Morning", "I'm Ready"
John "Rabbit" Bundrick – keyboards on "Tuesday Morning", organ, chimes, piano on "Molten Gold"
Alan Spenner – bass guitar on "I'm Ready"
Jean Roussel – keyboards on "I'm Ready"
Jess Roden – lead vocals on "I'm Ready", harmony vocals on "Molten Gold"
Tetsu Yamauchi – bass guitar on "Time Away"
Simon Kirke – drums on "Time Away", "Molten Gold"
John Martyn – guitar on "Time Away", "May You Never"
Paul Rodgers – lead vocals on "Molten Gold"
Andy Fraser – bass guitar on "Molten Gold"

Back Street Crawler, despite being Paul Kossoff's first post-Free album, contains contributions from all members of that band. "Molten Gold," the most accessible song on the album, features the talent of Free vocalist Paul Rodgers, and is an overlooked shoulda-been hit. Otherwise, the album is highlighted by Kossoff's blues- and rock-based guitar. "Time Away" is a haunting, atmospheric instrumental duet with avant folk-jazz guitarist/singer John Martyn that originally registered 18 minutes in length. The full version was eventually released on the Free box set Songs of Yesterday, but here is edited down significantly in favor of the 17-minute A-side track "Tuesday Morning," a more upbeat but less interesting choice. Regardless of this fault, this is one of those albums that deserves a place in the pantheon of classic rock.

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