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Blues Magoos - Gulf Coast Bound mp3 album

  • Performer: Blues Magoos
  • Title: Gulf Coast Bound
  • Genre: Jazz / Rock
  • Country: US
  • Formats: RA AHX AA ASF MP3 AC3 VOX
  • Released: 1970
  • Style: Psychedelic Rock, Jazz-Rock
  • MP3 album: 1170 mb
  • FLAC album: 1161 mb
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 843
Blues Magoos - Gulf Coast Bound mp3 album

The Blues Magoos could not have done worse if they’d remained within the constructs of the garage psych genre that first brought them fame and just faded away, and while I’ve always viewed change as good and often necessary, the change this band brought was so radical and in such a short space of time that one needs to listen to. each Magoos’ album within its own context, meaning that there was no formal continuity, with each release sounding as if it were coming from a different band who were using the same name.

Psychedelic Rock Blues Magoos. Liste der Bands Psychedelic Rock Blues Magoos Gulf Coast Bound. Bearbeite die Lyrics. Band Name Blues Magoos. 2. Slow Down Sundown. 3. Can't Get Enough of You. 4. Magoos Blues. 5. Tonight the Skies About to Cry. 6. Sea Breeze Express. Anderen Alben von Blues Magoos.

Basic Blues Magoos (1968). Never Goin' Back to Georgia (1969). Gulf Coast Bound (1970). Psychedelic Resurrection (2014). Titles Both sides from same album except where indicated. The People Had No Faces" b/w "So I'm Wrong and You Are Night" Original release on Verve Folkways shown as "The Bloos Magoos". Tobacco Road" b/w "Sometimes I Think About". Psychedelic Lollipop. So I'm Wrong and You Are Right" b/w "The People Had No Faces" Second release on Verve as "The Bloos Magoos". So I'm Wrong and You Are Right" b/w "The People Had No Faces" Third release on Verve Folkways as "The Blues Magoos". "One By One" (re-recording of song from Psychedelic Lollipop) b/w "Dante's Inferno" (Non-album track).

This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). Tracklist Gulf Coast Bound.

Gulf Coast Bound Blues Magoos. Slow Down Sundown Blues Magoos. Sea Breeze Express Blues Magoos. Country Boyz Gulf Coast Clicc & Big G Nutt. Don't Mess Wit Texas Gulf Coast Clicc & Big G Nutt. Gulf Coast Tragedy Terry Wallace. Gulf Coast Home The Currys. Gulf Coast Blues Terry Moran. Gulf Coast Heat Magnus Vir. 3:26. Gulf Coast Highway Alright Alright. Gulf Coast Highway (feat Melanie Gall feat. Gulf Coast Man Kyle Cornelius. Gulf Coast Getaway Stephen D.

Swamp - Krokodil (1970) Full Album. Can - Saarbrücken,Germany 1975 ( CD 2 ) ( Full album . mv. Out of focus-wake up! 1970 Full Album. The Deviants – The Deviants. Jud's Gallery - SWF- Sessions Volume 1-1972,1974 ( Full Album . CONTINUUM - Autumn Grass - 1971. Loadmaster Ron 7 год. The Blues Magoos 'Pipedream'. Добавлено: 10 год. John Camfferman 10 год.

Is Gulf Coast Bound the best album by Blues Magoos? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Blues Magoos ‎– Gulf Coast Bound - LP ABC 710 - 1970 Psychedelic Rock Condition: Used. Time left: 2d 15h 41m 25s. Ships to: Worldwide. Blues Magoos "Gulf Coast Bound" GATEFOLD PSYCH-ROCK LP Condition: Used. Time left: 8d 5h 56m 10s. Blues Magoos - Gulf Coast Bound LP - ABCS-710 - Tested VG Vinyl - Psych Rock S1 Condition: Used. Time left: 11d 7h 36m 41s.

Tracklist

Gulf Coast Bound 3:51
Slow Down Sundown 6:09
Can't Get Enough Of You 12:21
Magoo's Blues 7:54
Tonight The Sky's About To Cry 4:14
Sea Breeze Express 4:13

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ABCS-710 Blues Magoos Gulf Coast Bound ‎(LP, Album) ABC Records ABCS-710 US 1970
SPBA 3033 Blues Magoos Gulf Coast Bound ‎(LP, Album) Probe SPBA 3033 Australia 1970
SPB 1024 Blues Magoos Gulf Coast Bound ‎(LP, Album) Probe SPB 1024 UK 1970
ABCS-710 Blues Magoos Gulf Coast Bound ‎(LP, Album, Promo) ABC Records ABCS-710 US 1970
SR-627 Blues Magoos Gulf Coast Bound ‎(LP, Album) ABC Records SR-627 Japan 1971
SURL - 20750 Blues Magoos Gulf Coast Bound ‎(LP) Odeon SURL - 20750 Uruguay Unknown
28 682 XAT, ABCS-710 Blues Magoos Gulf Coast Bound ‎(LP, Album, RE) ABC Records, ABC Records 28 682 XAT, ABCS-710 Germany Unknown



Reviews about Blues Magoos - Gulf Coast Bound (1):
Agrainel
Here on Gulf Coast Bound, and album that in three years was about as far removed from Psychedelic Lollipop as one could possibly get, we find The Blues Magoos making even more changes to their personnel lineup and to their sound, where inspiration is being heavily drawn from the likes of Blood, Sweat & Tears, along with the later musical visions of Al Kooper, though the lack of a chart topping single foreshadows the demise of a band who were unable to find their footing or stay on the right track. The Blues Magoos could not have done worse if they’d remained within the constructs of the garage psych genre that first brought them fame and just faded away, and while I’ve always viewed change as good and often necessary, the change this band brought was so radical and in such a short space of time that one needs to listen to each Magoos’ album within its own context, meaning that there was no formal continuity, with each release sounding as if it were coming from a different band who were using the same name.What they manage to lace together here, and why, is quite bewildering, as many of the songs have solid foundations concepts and ideas, but these musical expressions never seem to come off as complete, where the fine details and structural movements are all but there, and downright invisible most of the time. The album’s saving grace is the twelve minute sensation “Can’t Get Enough Of You” [inspired by CCR’s cover of “I Heard It Through The Grapevine”], where if the record’s attitude had been built around this notion alone, they might [?] have gained more acceptance. Along with that are the funky jams and R&B material that often feel out of step and out of place, which suffer the same fate, as the vocals of Castro attempt to come off ah-la Eric Burdon, yet fall far short. When it comes to the music of soul and R&B, too many musicians are under the impression that the sound is all about the sincerity, that being rough around the edges gives a sense of authenticity, when in fact, the more simple things are, the more precise and perfect they are required to be, as any flaws at all stand out, unable to be covered up with fuzzed-out reverb and organ runs as in the genre of garage psych. This notion is never more evident than on the album Super Session, relentlessly laid down by Al Kooper, Stephen Stills and Mike Bloomfield, an album that to this date I’ve been able to find not a single flaw. I’ve no idea why The Blues Magoos thought that they were capable of traveling this path, because as a third-rate band at best, on any level, this ambitious undertaking is almost laughable, and most certainly pretentious.Perhaps much of this inconsistency could be laid on the fact that so many session players were used on this recording, thus the final product lacked the essence and spirit of a cohesive band with a singular momentum and vision. All of that being said, I find the album to be undecidedly good, not great, but good, and certainly worth the effort of exploration, if for no other reason than to collect the songs that resonate with you and bring them to a compilation that suits your ears and listening pleasure.Review by Jenell Kesler

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