Quatermass - A Phantom Pteranodon mp3 flac download
A Phantom Pteranodon. Progressive Rock Quatermass. Band Name Quatermass. Album Name A Phantom Pteranodon. Styl muzycznyProgressive Rock. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album0.
Band Name Quatermass. Data de lançamento 1999. Estilo de MúsicaProgressive Rock. Membros têm este álbum0.
Quatermass is the only studio album by English progressive rock band Quatermass, released in May 1970 by Harvest Records. Despite the album not performing well on the charts at the time of the release, it started to attract considerable attention in 1975, when guitarist Ritchie Blackmore covered the second track, "Black Sheep of the Family", for the debut album from Rainbow. As a consequence of the revived interest, Quatermass was re-released and sold further 20,000 copies
Pteranodon (Quatermass tribute) Live at Yotsuya Outbreak! . A digest of the 5th gig of Pteranodon, a tribute band to the legendary UK hard-prog rock band Quatermass. Pteranodon (Tribute to Quatermass) Gig Digest, 13 Apr 2019.
Quatermass (3) – Quatermass. Label: Esoteric Recordings – ECLEC 22397. Format: CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Bonus Tracks DVD, NTSC. CD track 1 and 13 originally intended as a single, never before released. CD track 14 rec. live in Montreal 1974. CD track 11 ends with Entropy (reprise).
a popular part of the eccentric Harvest label. Based around organ, bass and drums, Quatermass is regarded as a quintessential British prog rock album, destined to remain a cult classic and also one of the first albums in the vein of progressive metal. Overall, the album is. well-rounded, technically competent and complex, yet retaining a distinctive swing time rhythm as would be expected from a trio that were at their core a strong rhythm section.
Quatermass were a British progressive rock band from London, active between 1969 and 1971. A related band, Quatermass II was active in the mid-1990s. The trio consisted of bass player and vocalist John Gustafson, keyboardist J. Peter Robinson and Mick Underwood on drums. Underwood had previously played with Ritchie Blackmore in the Outlaws, while Gustafson had been a member of The Big Three and The Merseybeats.
|1||Monster Paradise (Unreleased Track)||6:19|
|2||Up On The Ground ~||20:55|
|3||Monster Paradice (Reprised)||1:27|
|4||One Blind Mice (Unreleased Track)||3:31|
|5||Make Up Your Mind||14:24|
|6||Laughin' Tackle (Incl. "Keyboards Solo")||15:03|
- Drums – Mick Underwood
- Keyboards – Pete Robinson*
- Vocals, Bass Guitar – John Gustafson
NotesLive at Deutsclland Halle, Berlin, Germany 3/4/71
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