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Wigwam - 1970 - Tombstone Valentine


Wigwam is a Finnish progressive rock band formed in 1968. Wigwam was founded after the split of the seminal Blues Section, with whom drummer Ronnie Österberg had played before. He formed the band as a trio, but soon brought in British expatriate singer/songwriter Jim Pembroke (also in BS) and organist Jukka Gustavson. A year later, Pekka Pohjola joined on bass. Kim Fowley produced Wigwam's second album Tombstone Valentine (1970). This album also featured an excerpt of Erkki Kurenniemi's electronic composition 'Dance of the Anthropoids'. Tombstone Valentine was released by Wigwam in 1970. While the previous album Hard 'n' Horny was more of a jazz influenced album, Tombstone Valentine in one of their more pop-ish albums. The album sounds more like the records of the "Deep Pop" era than the records of the progressive rock era. Unlike the other Wigwam albums, this was produced by "non-Finnish" producer, the American Kim Fowley.

01 - Tombstone Valentine
02 - In Gratitude
03 - Dance Of The Anthropoids
04 - Frederick & Bill
05 - Wishful Thinker
06 - Autograph
07 - 1936 Lost In The Snow
08 - Let The World Ramble On
09 - For America
10 - Captain Supernatural
11 - End

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