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VA - Collectus Interruptus (1978)

18-01-2016, 16:06
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Title: Collectus Interruptus
Year Of Release: 1978
Label: Warner Bros. [PRO A-726]
Genre: Rock, Folk, Pop Rock, Blues Rock
Quality: CBR 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks,vinyl,scans)
Total Time: 1:42:15
Total Size: 304 mb / 684 mb

As the liner notes state, Collectus Interruptus contains plenty of “unequivocable party music,” and nearly 25 minutes of music per side. But this little known entry in the series also boasts its fair share of rock, pop and future troublemakers, most notably, the 1978 Loss Leaders debut of the freshly disintegrated Sex Pistols (“God Save The Queen”) and the Ramones (“Rockaway Beach”)… not to mention Prince (“Soft And Wet”). Ahhh, the times they were a-changin’. No rarities or singles here, but a great cross-section of material, including The Band, with Emmylou Harris, performing “Evangeline,” from The Last Waltz, Allen Toussaint’s “Night People,” Van Halen’s “Runnin’ With The Devil,” from their debut, and contributions from Renaissance, Deodato, Bootsy’s Rubber Band and Shaun Cassidy. With added support from the label’s old guard – Randy Newman, Ry Cooder, Gordon Lightfoot and Seals & Crofts – so the 30-something, newly-corporatized, ex-hippies wouldn’t be frightened away by the sudden influx of disco and punk. The liners, by Steven X. Rea, go on to point out that Prince was the youngest artist (at 18) to ever produce an album for Warner Brother Records; Mo Austin and Ted Templeman signed Van Halen a day after seeing them perform at LA’s Starwood club; Mannfred Mann’s “Davey’s On The Road Again” was penned by Robbie Robertson & producer John Simon; and the Ramones “kinda look like hoods.” It was a new day.


Disc 1:
01. Allen Toussaint - Night People
02. John Handy - Go for Yourself
03. Ashford & Simpson - Don't Cost You Nothing
04. Prince - Soft and Wet
05. Etta James - Deep in the Night
06. Seals & Crofts - Sunrise
07. David Sanborn - Solo
08. Dan Hicks - Cloud My Sunny Mood
09. George Benson - Down Here on the Ground
10. Renaissance - Northern Lights
11. Ronnie Montrose - Mandolinia
12. Gary Wright - Sky Eyes
13. Deodato - Chariot of the Gods

Disc 2:
01. Ambrosia - Life Beyond L.A.
02. Van Halen - Runnin' with the Devil
03. Sex Pistols - God Save the Queen
04. Bootsy's Rubber Band - Bootzilla
05. Manfred Mann's Earth Band - Davy's on the Road Again
06. Leo Sayer - Something Fine
07. Shaun Cassidy - Teen Dream
08. Ramones - Rockaway Beach
09. Wendy Waldman - Strange Company
10. Gordon Lightfoot - The Circle Is Small
11. Randy Newman - Sigmund Freud's Impersonation of Albert Einstein in America
12. The Band & Emmylou Harris - Evangeline
13. Ry Cooder - We Shall Be Happy

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