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Stonehouse - 1971 - Stonehouse Creek


Stonehouse Creek 1971 is a GREAT Heavy Rock record. Oftentimes wrongfully lumped into the hard progressive sub category, this is just plain old killer articulate early 70s Heavy Rock. The music and vocal stylings bear a slight resemblance to their fellow UK musicians in Free or very early Bad Company. The thing that definitely sets Stonehouse apart from other commonplace hard rock groups is their musicianship. Instead of arranging their material around the guitar, all the musicians use the acoustic piano as a rhythmic springboard allowing them all a more melodious approach to their individual contributions. The Piano is in no way dominant throughout the album, nor are the arrangements too angular. Unfortunately this was the groups only offering and details on the members & their activities are as rare as the RCA record itself. Peter Spearing (guitar, vocals), James Smith (vocals), Ian Snow (drums) and Terry Parker (bass). Excellent early 70's British Metal. Comparable to Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath.

01 - Stonehouse Creek - Part 1
02 - Hobo
03 - Cheater
04 - Nightmare
05 - Crazy White Folk
06 - Down Down
07 - Ain't No Game
08 - Don't Push Me
09 - Topaz
10 - Four Letter Word
11 - Stonehouse Creek - Part 2

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Category: Metal | Views: 958 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Rating: 0.0/0
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