Forever More - Yours (1970) [Vinyl]
Wednesday, April 26, 2006 3:14:03 AM
01 - Back in the States Again
02 - We Sing
03 - It's Home
04 - Home Country Blues
05 - Good to Me
01 - Yours
02 - Beautiful Afternoon
03 - 8 O'Clock & All's Well
04 - Mean Pappie Blues
05 - You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine
06 - Sylvester's Last Voyage
OK - Back in the late 80's I use to go to my local Radio Shack for connectors, cables, etc. They always had a very small cut-out bin with a few records in it. I always flipped through them but never saw anything that I really wanted. As time went on the number of LP's slowly got fewer and fewer until this was the only one left. When they finally marked it down to 25¢ I decided "what the heck" and took a chance. I'm glad I did! It's really a great album!!
Favorite songs? "We Sing", "Good to Me" and the title song.
Looks like someone recently paid $26 for it on E-Bay!
Alan Gorrie - Piano, Bass Guitar, Teapot (He went on to the Average White Band!)
Mick Travis - Guitar (his name sounds familiar)
Onnie Mair - Guitar, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals
Stuart Francis - Drums, Backing Vocals
Produced by Ray Singer and Simon Napier-Bell.
And now you know all that I know!
This album runs the gamut. I hear Prog-Rock, Rock, Jazz, Country-Rock, Country. A little bit of everything.
I hear influences by Traffic, Youngbloods, Caravan, etc.
Anybody have any additional info out there it would be great.