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Mike Francis the Collections 2009

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CD audio, 30 giu 2009
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  • Audio CD (30 giugno 2009)
  • Numero di dischi: 1
  • Etichetta: RCA Italiana
  • ASIN: B003JMPA0G
  • Disponibile anche in: Audio CD  |  Vinile  |  Musica MP3
  • Media recensioni: 5.0 su 5 stelle  Visualizza tutte le recensioni (1 recensione cliente)
  • Posizione nella classifica Bestseller di Amazon: n. 206.830 in CD e Vinili (Visualizza i Top 100 nella categoria CD e Vinili)
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Tracklist

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  1. Features Of Love
  2. Survivor
  3. Late Summer Night
  4. Fall In Love
  5. I'm Not In Love
  6. I Want You
  7. Let Me In
  8. Lovely Day
  9. Settle Down
  10. Suddenly Back To Me
  11. Friends
  12. Together

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stupenda stampa di un grandissimo lavoro cult di ottima fattura per il suo genere.Peccato che sono pezzi rarissimi e che al tempo di questi lavori se ne sono fatti molto pochi e quei pochi stessi non si trovano facilmente.Ottimo prodotto senza dubbio.
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Amazon.com: 4.4 su 5 stelle 10 recensioni
5.0 su 5 stelle Satisfied 15 febbraio 2013
Di Pen Name - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
Purchased this CD for someone who is a big fan of mike Harrison, it arrived on time and I am very satisfied
4.0 su 5 stelle Change Of Pace 12 febbraio 2015
Di Peter Baklava - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Mike Harrison was best known as the gravelly-voiced lead singer of Spooky Tooth, which he fronted off and on from 1967 to 1974 (not counting the revivals.) In this solo effort, he stepped back from the hard-rocking music of Spooky Tooth and joined with some old friends, at least one of which (guitarist Frank Kenyon) had been involved in his previous band, the VIPs. Together, the ensemble backing Harrison was called "Junkyard Angel". The result was a laid back, gospel-inflected album with soul-searching lyrics and pleasant if not overly memorable tunes. In 1971 their was a brief wave of "Jesus rock" (long before the "Christian Rock" movement got going)... George Harrison, Billy Preston, "Jesus Christ Superstar", and "Godspell" got it going. Even Steve Miller dipped his finger into the trend with his album "Rock Love". With this first solo album, Mike Harrison seems to have followed suit. "Mother Nature", "Damian", "Lonely People" and "Call it a Day" all have a confessional, meditative, quasi-religious feel-- although "Damian" may be an oblique reference to the Hermann Hesse novel, which was also popular at the time. "Call it A Day" is even topped off by a religious choral segment, done up a capella. There are other nice touches in the arrangements, like the vibraphone solo in "Damian".

Harrison plays piano in addition to doing some fine singing. Some of the songs were co-written with band members, including bass player Peter Batey, who wrote the best original ("Lonely People"). There are two nice cover songs... "Hard-Headed Woman", the Cat Stevens song, has a sort-of-heavy jam tacked onto the end with uncredited saxophone playing ( sounds sort of like Ian McDonald of King Crimson). The jam may have been included to extend the album length. The album ends with Harrison's cover of Luther Grosvenor's "Here Comes the Queen".

Harrison followed this album with a second that was done with the backing of the Muscle Shoals rhythm section. That, too, was a good effort that drew on Harrison's VIP days with a cover of Joe Tex's " I Wanna Be Free", and another cut ("Turning Over") that was an obvious hash-up done to flesh the album out.

Mike Harrison had an unbelievable voice, and some good instincts, but on the evidence of his solo records he didn't quite have the confidence to make it big on his own. This album is too slight to be a classic, but it has some nice moments, and a comfortable feel, sort of like a well-worn leather jacket or a letter from a friend. Their were far worse albums in 1971 that got a lot more attention than this quietly charming effort.
5.0 su 5 stelle Listen to me please.... 24 gennaio 2011
Di Philipgstekel - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD
For those of us who remember Spooky Tooth, Gary Wright was the leader but Mike Harrison was "The Voice". Wright sang in two voices: a falsetto which in today's world sounds strained and in his natural voice; tries to sound like Mike Harrison. The classic album "Spooky Two" is a gem waiting to be rediscovered.

Mike Harrison is one of many singers who tried to emulate the soulful sounds of Ray Charles and he pulls it off in his own way.

The music is progressive 1970s which is a form waiting to be rediscovered (in my opinion) along with groups like Traffic and unfortunately; the price of this CD is way off the charts and probably a collector's item.

I don't own the CD but I did have the original record album and it's in my memory even after 40 years when this was originally produced. If ever there was a singer to emulate a style in order to create a "current" vocalist, Mike Harrison ranks high on the list.

I'll wait until the price becomes more affordable but to those of you who are looking for an "undiscovered" vocalist to inspire you.............Mike Harrison and this album/CD is worth considering.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Big Fan!! 1 luglio 2007
Di JM in OKC - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD
Wow, $65.00 for this CD. I was fortunate to have finally found this online for much, much less. I had this album, had major scratches due to overplay, and was so glad to see it available on CD. For me, this album was just a masterpiece! First, the group, Junkyard Angel complemented Mike so, so well. The song, Pain, is just a fabulous song!! Such passion. The rendition of Cat Steven's Hard Headed Woman, with a great saxaphone solo, is very different, and intoxicating. It just grows on you.

I followed Mike, Luther, and Gary Wright after Spooky Tooth, and found all their work wonderful. Luther has 2 worth getting, Under Open Skies and Floodgates. Gary's work is very good as well, including First Signs of Life and Human Love. Also, Spooky Tooth resurfaced with Cross Purpose CD, and the just released DVD concert, Nomad Poets. Get both!!

Memo to Mike Harrison, Gary Wright & Mike Kellie...welcome back!!

JLMankin
4.0 su 5 stelle This is a very good album. 1 settembre 2012
Di TheZeek - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD
You will probably like this is you are a fan of British 70's rockers like David Bowie, T-Rex (Marc Bolan), or Mott The Hoople. I would even throw in Procul Harum and Slade. This is good stuff. He does a very fine cover of Cat Steven's "Hard Headed Woman" and his own songs are well sung and competently played by his band. This is an obscure classic, in my book.

That being said, huge amounts of cash for the CD is completely ludicrous. $100+ CDs are the reason that we have illegally downloading. I bought this on vinyl for $3 and it was well spent.


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