Friday, July 26, 2019

Rosalie Cunningham "Rosalie Cunningham"

Country: UK
Genre(s)Psychedelic, Progressive Rock
LabelEsoteric Antenna - EANTCD1075
FormatCD, digital, vinyl
Release dateJuly 26, 2019
1. Ride on my bike
2. Fuck love
3. House of the glass red
4. Dethroning of the party queen
5. Nobody hears
6. Riddles and games
7. Butterflies
8. A yarn from the wheel

Rosalie Cunningham (Purson) - Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Percussion
Ross Wilson - Bass, Guitar, Drums, Percussion – (5)
Teddy Trower - Drum (1)
Samuel Thompson - Drums  (2)
Mark Stonell - Keyboards
Catherine Rice - Violin (1)
Geraldine McEwan - Violin (1)
Dastardly Dashing Darius Of Dudley - Spoken Word ( 8)

So where best to start than the end; the last track on the album is A Yarn From A Wheel, by far the longest at over 13 minutes, and either considered as a long progressive piece or a series of short pieces woven together like a Victorian sampler. It is a great piece of music, capturing the sound that was the early Seventies, off chart sound and sounding of the now. Even though the lady prefers analogue recording, the sound is sharp and clear, no sign of the compression that can occur in the digital studio.
Read the full review by Tony Colvill at theprogressiveaspect.net

4 tracks

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