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Beefeaters - Beefeaters & Meet You There (2000)

15-01-2016, 09:16
Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: Beefeaters & Meet You There
Year Of Release: 1967/1969
Label: Sonet: 159 631-2
Genre: Blues Rock
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue,scans)/320 kbps
Total Time: 01:12:39
Total Size: 501/176 MB


Beefeaters (1967):
01. It Ain't Necessarily So 03:56
02. Crossroads 02:33
03. My Babe 03:37
04. I Want You 03:42
05. Hey Little Girl 02:20
06. Papa's Got A Brand New Bag 03:31
07. Let Me Down Easy 03:43
08. Shakin' Fingerpop 02:52
09. Night Flight 03:21
10. Summer Scene 04:31

Meet You There (1969):
11. I'll Meet You There 04:53
12. You Changed My Way Of Living 04:15
13. Night Train 04:28
14. Now I Know 04:57
15. Serenade To A Cuckoo 10:04
16. Stormy Monday 09:56

Peter Thorup – Vocals, Guitar, Flute
Morten Kjerumgard – Organ, Piano
Flemming "Kieth" Volkersen – Bass
Erling "Mozart" Madsen – Drums (tracks: 1-10)
Max Nhuthzhi – Drums (tracks: 11-16)
Alexis Korner – Guitar (tracks: 13,16), Vocals (tracks: 16)

The Beefeaters were a Danish garage rock band active from 1964-1971.

A precursor to this band was formed in Copenhagen in early 1964, but their strong orientation towards blues-rock began only with the arrival of Peter Thorup in 1966. In 1967, The Beefeaters played as support band for Jimi Hendrix, John Mayall and Pink Floyd during their concerts in Denmark.

The Beefeaters produced two albums, Beefeaters (1967) and Meet You There (1969). Both albums were top-notch "real" blues-rock efforts to file along albums by John Mayall, early Fleetwood Mac and even Cuby & The Blizzards. The first album was, along with Steppeulvene, the most important Danish album of 1967. The Beefeaters weren't entirely blues purists either, they also displayed beat and soul influences. The sound (very well developed for 1967) was largely based on Thorup's talents as vocalist and guitarist, but Kj?rumsgard's Farfisa organ (sometimes replaced by piano) obviously augmented the group’s sound. Burnin' Red Ivanhoe was one of many groups who later copied this distinctive organ sound.[1] In 1969, Povl Dissing left the group, which continued for a while longer with Ole Fick (from Burnin' Red Ivanhoe) as their lead singer. The post-Dissing group recorded the soundtrack to "Smil Emil", but no further vinyl output emerged.

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