Gravy Train - Alone In Georgia / Can Anybody Hear Me mp3 album
Musically Gravy Train played melodic Progressive rock" - John O’Regan again - "with the accent on hard rock riffing alternating with quieter moments with the flute high in the mix topped with solid personable vocals from ef songwriter Norman Barratt. Gravy Train eventually foundered in 1975 through a combination of bad luck, poor business decisions and lack of success. The group next released a single coupling "Alone in Georgia" and "Can Anybody Hear Me?" on Vertigo in the UK and by Phillips in Germany.
Album, 1970, Vertigo. Album, 1971, Vertigo. 2. (A Ballad Of)A Peaceful Man. 3. Jule's Delight. 5. Can Anybody Hear Me. 6. Old Tin Box. 7. Won't Talk About It.
The opener 'Alone in Georgia' finds Gravy Train developing a serene melodic sense, mostly based on Bob Dylan and Simon & Garfunkel with a touch of typical late 60s British style (mainly due to the string arrangements). There is a ceremonious set of string layers that segue into the namesake song, which initially portrays a prominently pastoral mood with an extra dose of sophistication. Next are three rockers: the straightforward 'Can Anybody Hear Me?'; the R'n'B-inspired 'Old Time Box', which features Hughes' sole sax intervention in the album and a percussive interlude; 'Won't Talk About It', which sounds to me like Traffic-meets-Uriah Heep. GRAVY TRAIN's second album is less experimental and the jamming has been stopped, so yes this sounds quite different in style when compared to the debut.
B. Can Anybody Hear Me? 2:58. Written-By – B. Davenport, J. D. Hughes, L. Williams, N. Barratt. phonogram DIVISÃO DE MÚSICA DA COREL Sericro, Lda. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All.
Nowadays, Gravy Train are but a minuscule footnote in the history of Seventies' music, and their records are really hard to find. I kinda like 'Alone In Georgia', though, sappy orchestration and all. I just wish it had a different singer - Barrett does try to inject a healthy dose of emotion and passion into his singing, but there's simply something on the most basic of all acoustic levels that spooks people like me off. Otherwise, the song ain't bad at all, with a very strong vocal melody. Can Anybody Hear Me' returns the Iommi meets Ian Anderson vibe, with a killer joint guitar-flute riff that welcomes back the Mean Old Hard Rock Vibe. Old Tin Box' is almost instrumental and tries to be funky - it fails, I think, but the hilarious sax riff sticks in your head anyway.
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|A||Alone In Georgia||3:54|
|B||Can Anybody Hear Me?||2:58|
- Written-By – B. Davenport*, J. D. Hughes*, L. Williams*, N. Barratt*
Notesphonogram DIVISÃO DE MÚSICA DA COREL
|6059 049||Gravy Train||Alone In Georgia / Can Anybody Hear Me (7", Single)||Vertigo||6059 049||Germany||1971|
|6059 049||Gravy Train||Alone In Georgia (7", Promo)||Vertigo||6059 049||UK||1971|
|6059 049||Gravy Train||Alone In Georgia / Can Anybody Hear Me (7", Single)||Vertigo||6059 049||UK||1971|
|6059 049||Gravy Train||Alone In Georgia / Can Anybody Hear Me (7")||Vertigo||6059 049||Italy||1972|