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Alan Price Set – A Price On His Head (1996)

1-07-2015, 08:42

Alan Price Set – A Price On His Head (1996)

Artist: Alan Price Set
Title Of Album: A Price On His Head
Year Of Release: 1967-70/1996
Label: Repertoire Records: REP 4612 WY
Genre: Rock
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 01:11:38
Total Size: 426 mb
WebSite: discogs


01. The House That Jack Built 03:16
02. She's Got Another Pair Of Shoes 02:43
03. Come And Dance With Me 02:04
04. On This Side Of Goodbye 03:29
05. So Long Dad 02:30
06. No One Ever Hurt So Bad 02:29
07. Don't Do That Again 02:10
08. Tickle Me 02:49
09. Grim Fairy Tale 03:42
10. Livin' Without You 02:50
11. Happy Land 02:49

Additional Tracks:
12. To Ramona 03:09
13. Biggest Night Of Her Life 02:04
14. Don't Stop The Carnival 02:31
15. The Time Has Come 05:02
16. When I Was A Cowboy 03:14
17. Tappy Tortoise 03:10
18. Love Story 02:47
19. My Old Kentucky Home 01:48
20. Trimdon Grange Explosion 03:58
21. Falling In Love Again 02:28
22. Sunshine And Rain 02:56
23. Is There Anybody Out There? 04:47
24. Not Born To Follow 02:53

Alan Price - Keyboards, Vocals
Eric Burdon - Vocals
Hilton Valentine - Guitar
Chas Chandler - Bass
Roy Mills - Drums
Steve Gregory - Sax (Tenor)
John L. Walters - Trumpet
Clive Burrows - Baritone

Alan Price's second album consolidated the change of direction he'd started in early 1967, when his cover of Randy Newman's "Simon Smith and His Amazing Dancing Bear" became a big British hit. Moving away from the jazzy Animals-styled R&B-rock that he'd presented on his first album and singles, Price moved into a more original, if less powerful, brand of Newman-influenced vaudevillian pop. The Randy Newman influence isn't a matter of conjecture; about half of the songs were covers of songs by Newman (who had yet to release his first album at the time A Price on His Head was issued), often of tunes that remain obscure even to serious Newman fans. The effect is something like hearing an even jauntier, more lighthearted Georgie Fame, as even Price's own compositions bore a strong Newman influence in their emphasis on poppy craft and wit. Breaking up the Newman and Price songs were covers of Bob Dylan's "To Ramona" and the little-known Gerry Goffin-Carole King number "On This Side of Goodbye." For a long time the material on this album was difficult to find, particularly in the United States, where Price's early work was virtually unknown. But the CD era has seen it reissued several times, both on its own and as part of the compilation The House That Jack Built: The Complete 60's Sessions.

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