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Frijid Pink is the debut album by American rock band Frijid Pink. It was originally released early 1970 by London Records' now-defunct Parrot subsidiary label (cat. no. PAS 71033). The album was released on German CD (1991, Repertoire Records) including two bonus tracks ("Heartbreak Hotel" and "Music For The People") that were originally released as singles in 1970 and 1971, respectively.
Frijid Pink is an American rock band, formed in Detroit in 1967, best known for their 1970 rendition of "House of the Rising Sun". The initial line-up of the band included drummer Richard Stevers, guitarist Gary Ray Thompson, bassist Tom Harris, lead singer Tom Beaudry (aka Kelly Green), and later added Larry Zelanka as off-staff keyboardist
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Frijid Pink's self-titled debut album is a slashing, seriously soulful example of late-'60s Detroit rock near its best. Although they never registered with critics or rock historians the way MC5 or the Stooges did, Frijid Pink had obviously learned something in the course of two years on the road, and with Mike Valvano producing, they were able to channel the excitement of their work onto the grooves of this album very neatly.
Photos are of actual item you will receive. Cover: no seam splits, writing or tape. Records for the most part are. Parrot PAS 71033 Stereo LP 1970. A lot of records with this grade may look bad but still play good. Frijid Pink Self-Titled LP Vinyl Record Album - PAS7. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. FRIJID PINK - Defrosted (1970) Vinyl, LP Deram SML 1077 UK Rock Original. Frijid Pink, Defrosted, Vinyl, LP. 1970 Deram SML 1077. STILL SEALED (SS) - Still in original shrink, never opened. Any shelf-wear, drill hole, saw mark or cut corners will be noted
Frijid Pink biography FRIJID PINK was a Detroit-based, blues rock band formed in 1967. They started releasing singles in 1969, in the hope of getting some success. Fortunately their distorted-guitar cover version of "The House of the Rising Sun" by The Animals reached the Top 10 on the . Billboard Hot 100. This made FRIJID PINK release their first, self-titled, album in 1970, including their massive hit. The line-up included Kelly Green on vocals, Gary Ray Thompson on guitars, Tom Harris on bass, Richard Stevers on drums, and additional keyboardist Larry Zelanka
House Of The Rising Sun (2017).