Ray Dorset And Mungo Jerry - Lovin' In The Alleys Fightin' In The Streets mp3 album
Recorded in England, at Morgan Studios, London, . Jones Studios, Sunrise /Chris Squires Studio, Surrey /Heatherwoods Studio, Surrey, . Matrix, Runout (Runout A): LP-5711 A 30977.
Lovin’ In The Mornin’. 10. Just Can’t Say Goodbye. More albums from Mungo Jerry: Ray Dorset & Mungo Jerry by Mungo Jerry. Long Legged Woman by Mungo Jerry. Six A Side by Mungo Jerry. Boot Power by Mungo Jerry. Memoirs Of A Stockbroker by Mungo Jerry. Mungo Jerry by Mungo Jerry. Snakebite by Mungo Jerry.
Mungo Jerry were formed in 1970 by singer/guitarist Ray Dorset (born March 21, 1946), who had a fascination with early rock & roll sounds, as well as skiffle and blues. The other original members were Mike Cole on upright bass; Paul King on guitar, kazoo, and jug; Joe Rush playing washboard; and Colin Earl at the keyboards. Dorset and Earl had first hooked up in the Good Earth, a group with a mixed rock & roll and blues sound that cut some tracks for the mid-priced Saga label, none of which sold. Cole, King, and Rush came aboard and the lineup was complete
This album actually had a serious split personality, half of it much harder than one was used to hearing from the group, with a pounding electric rock sound throughout and screaming vocals, while the other half was more in keeping with the group's familiar low-wattage roots rock sound. The title track and "All That a Woman Should Be" represented the snarling, aggressive side of the music, while "Heavy Foot Stomp" showed off their more genial, skiffle-inspired sound (though still with a serious beat); the driving, hook-laden "Gone to Malaya" managed to recall.
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Mungo Jerry are a British rock group who experienced their greatest success in the early 1970s, with a changing line-up that has always been fronted by Ray Dorset. The group's name was inspired by the poem "Mungojerrie and Rumpleteazer", from T. S. Eliot's Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats. The group's biggest hit was "In the Summertime". They had nine charting singles in the UK, including two number ones, and five top 20 hits in South Africa.
CD2: Lovin’ In The Alleys Fightin’ In The Streets (1977): 01 – All That A Woman Should Be 02 – I Could Never Start Lovin’ You 03 – Lovin’ In The Alleys An’ Fightin’ In The Streets 04 – The Grease 05 – Dragster Queen 06 – Heavy Foot Stomp 07 – Gone To Malaya 08 – Can’t Keep It Down 09 – Lovin’ In The Mornin’ 10 –. Just Can’t Say Goodbye 11 – That’s My Baby (bonus) 12 – Sur le pont d’Avignon (Single Version) 13 – Dragster Queen (Single Version) 14 – We’re Gonna Boogie (bonus) 15 – I Do What I Want (bonus)