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Heavy Mama - The Sounds Of Heavy Mama (2016)

29-08-2016, 23:50
Blues | Rock

Title: The Sounds Of Heavy Mama
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Black Tongue Records
Genre: Blues Rock
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 43:11
Total Size: 101 MB

1. Further On Up The Road (4:31)
2. Rambling On My Mind (4:11)
3. Love That Burns (6:06)
4. Dark Room (Demo) (3:27)
5. Hard To Love You (3:28)
6. Cosmic Acid Mother (3:11)
7. Devil On My Shoulder (Demo) (4:22)
8. Wishing Well (Demo) (3:20)
9. Come Together (Demo) (3:58)
10. Studio Jam (3:45)
11. I'm Not Paranoid (But I Know You Think I Am) (Live Rehearsal) (2:46)

Robbie Hill - Guitar & Vocals
Stephen Kirk - Drums & Vocals
Steven Adamson - Bass & Vocals

A collection of assorted demo recordings, live jams and unreleased material recorded over 2006 to 2009. (Please note: the fidelity of some of these recordings may not be up to the standard of a commercial release as none of these recordings were professionally mixed or mastered. They are what they are and that's the earliest and only surviving recordings made by the band from 2006 to 2008).

Album Notes:
"Further On Up the Road", "Rambling On My Mind" & "Love That Burns" recorded at Sub Station Studios, Dunfermline, October 2006 during a 2 hour recording session. Only one overdub was done on one of these three recordings. Guess which one!

"Dark Room", "Cosmic Acid Mother", "Come Together" * & "Studio Jam" * recorded at Eastlake Studios, Perth, April 2006 by a variety of student sound engineers during the band's time at Perth College.

"Hard To Love You" recorded at Lofi Studios, Glasgow, December 2008 in one marathon 4 hour session that involved overdubs of hand claps, guitars, stupidity and vocals. Mixed by Nick Roan.

"Devil On My Shoulder" recorded at SAE Studios, Glasgow, January 2009. Mixed by ?! We went overdub crazy on this one so it's a very rough and lo-fi mix. There's only so much an 8 track machine can handle!

"Wishing Well" * recorded at Eastlake Studios onto an 8 track cassette recorder, May 2005. Produced and mixed by Sinister Steve. This is the earliest recording of the band and the sheer excitement the three of us had after listening back to it led us to form Heavy Mama.

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mufty77   User offline   30 August 2016 11:07

Lossless please!

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