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CCS - Tap Turns On The Water: The CCS Story (2013)

6-04-2016, 09:47
Jazz | Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: Tap Turns On The Water: The CCS Story
Year Of Release: 1970-1974 (2013)
Label: Esoteric Recordings
Genre: Blues Rock, Jazz Rock
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue,scans)/320
Total Time: 01:16:22 + 01:17:18
Total Size: 951/427 MB

Artist: CCS
Title Of Album: Tap Turns On The Water: The CCS Story
Year Of Release: 1970-1974 (2013)
Label (Catalog#): Esoteric Recordings: ECLEC 22404
Country: US
Genre: Blues Rock, Jazz Rock
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue,log,scans)/320 kbps
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 01:16:22 + 01:17:18
Full Size: 951/427 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


1. Boom Boom
2. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
3. Waiting Song
4. Lookin' For Fun
5. Whole Lotta Love
6. Living In The Past
7. Sunrise
8. Dos Cantos
9. Wade In The Water
10. Walking
11. Salome
12. Tap Turns On The Water
13. Save The World
14. Brother
15. Black Dog
16. I Want You Back
17. Runing Out Of Sky
18. Whole Lotta Rock And Roll: A) School Day B) Lucille C) Long Tall Sally D) Whole Lotta Love

1. Chaos: Can't We Ever Get It Back
2. This Is My Life
3. Misunderstood
4. Maggie's Song
5. City
6. Blues
7. If I Never Sing Another Song
8. Mister What You Can't Haveca
9. Sixteen Tons
10. The Band Played The Boogie
11. Wild Witch Lady
12. Lola
13. Primitive Love
14. Hundred Highways
15. Shakin' All Over
16. Memphis
17. Sunshine Of Your Love
18. Our Man In London
19. Cannibal Sheep
20. Hang It On Me
21. Hurricane Coming
22. Dragster

CCS - Collective Consciousness Society - was an unlikely collaboration between blues traditionalist Alexis Korner (b. 19 April 1928, Paris, France, d. 1 January 1984, London, England; vocals/guitar), producer Mickie Most (b. Michael Peter Hayes, 20 June 1938, Aldershot, Hampshire, England, d. 30 May 2003, London, England), and arranger John Cameron (b. 1944, England). Formed in 1970, the unit revolved around Korner and long-time associate Peter Thorup (b. 14 December 1948, d. 3 August 2007; vocals), plus several of Britain’s leading jazz musicians, including Harry Beckett, Henry Lowther, Kenny Wheeler, Les Condon (trumpets), Johnnie Watson, Don Lusher (trombones), Ronnie Ross, Danny Moss (saxophones), Ray Warleigh (flute), Herbie Flowers, Spike Heatley (basses), Barry Morgan and Tony Carr (drums) and Bill Le Sage (tuned percussion). Although the exact line-up was determined by availability, the unit’s commercial, brass-laden sound remained intact over three albums. CCS enjoyed several hit singles, each of which was marked by Korner’s distinctive growl. Their version of Led Zeppelin’s ‘Whole Lotta Love’, which served as the theme to BBC television’s Top Of The Pops, reached number 13 in 1970, and the following year they enjoyed two UK Top 10 entries with ‘Walkin’’ and ‘Tap Turns On The Water’. CCS was dissolved in 1973 when Korner and Thorup formed Snape with Boz Burrell (bass) and Ian Wallace (drums), two former members of King Crimson.

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