Books, Movies, Music & Entertainment - Theme For an Imaginary Western
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04-08-09, 05:53 PM
Two great performances, first by composer Jack Bruce from his post-Cream album Songs For a Tailor:
The Mountain version, with vocals by the late Felix Pappalardi:
04-08-09, 09:35 PM
I got to see Mountain do it live. Wish I'd seen that band more than once.
04-28-09, 08:32 PM
great, quirky album. such a beautiful, desolate song. yeah, jack bruce
still highly underrated. his follow-up to songs from a tailor-harmony row-
was arguably as good. more jack than god (2004, i think) was a
reminder that he is still a force to be reckoned with musically.
04-28-09, 11:55 PM
Harmony Row was my favorite album, back in the day. Still holds up 38 years later.
Smiles and Grins:
I loved both the Mountain and Jack Bruce versions.
however I always thought this should have been titled
Theme from an Imaginary Western
YouTube - Ten Years After The Band With No Name
sorry bout the jumpy video, only version of it I could find.
04-29-09, 06:25 PM
Here's one more "imaginary western," Quicksilver Messenger Service, Cavalry
04-30-09, 02:05 AM
wow. that's why i generally stay away from youtube; easy to get sucked in and come out 8 hours later. Poppaspoke, you gotta stop posting the good stuff. burned songs for a tailor and harmony row on one cd for an older friend (who'd been there and done that in San Fran in the 60's) having 'difficulties' converting from vinyl (he'd amassed 5000+ vinyls). played it that morning at work at he was on cloud nine for days; it had been 30+ years since he'd heard those. unfortunately, he's passed now but i did ask him one time to name the concert/festival that he regretted not seeing (and he saw nearly everyone but the beatles-including jazz & classical). he named the cream farewell concert in 1969 at the royal albert hall. ended up getting him that performance for the holidays a couple of years later.
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