The Siegel-Schwall Band - Say Siegel-Schwall mp3 album
The Siegel–Schwall Band is the first album by the Chicago-based blues-rock group the Siegel–Schwall Band. It was released by Vanguard Records in 1966. It is not to be confused with the band's fifth album, which is also titled The Siegel–Schwall Band. The Siegel–Schwall Band was produced by Samuel Charters. It is the band's only album with their original bass player, Jos Davidson. Before joining the Siegel-Schwall Band, Davidson was the bassist in Steve Miller's band the Ardells.
Songs in album The Siegel-Schwall Band - Siegel-Schwall 70 (1970). 1. I Don't Want You To Be My Girl. The Siegel-Schwall Band. 06:24 320 Кб/с 409. 2.
Songs in album The Siegel-Schwall Band - 953 West (1973). I'd Like To Spend Some Time Alone With You Tonight My Friend. 04:11 320 Кб/с 184.
For all parties concerned, this was the group's breakthrough album. Corky Siegel's emotional harp work and foxy, sly (almost cutesy) vocals, coupled with a hot rhythm section and Jim Schwall's cardboard sounding acoustic with a pickup guitar work made this the one that connected big with White audiences. Some of it rocks, some of it boogies, some of it's downright creepy and eerie.
Now called The Siegel-Schwall Band, it had solidified a lineup also including bassist Jos Davidson-another Roosevelt student and Mike Bloomfield's bassist-and drummer Chadwick. Within weeks of their first Big John's gig, The Siegel-Schwall Band was discovered by Sam Charters, talent scout (or Vanguard Records, the venerable folk music label. The author of The Country Blues and producer of such blues greats as Lightnin' Hopkins, Charters was immediately struck by the group's commitment, excitement, and innovative take on the traditional blues genre. the over of Say Siegel Schwall was shot. That album, released in 1967, as recorded in Vanguard's New York studio, using the downstairs washroom for an echo chamber. Jack Dawson, who had played bass in a Detroit band, had replaced Davidson, who left to pursue a career in social work.
Say Siegel–Schwall is an album by the blues-rock group the Siegel–Schwall Band Say Siegel–Schwall was the first of two albums by the band to feature Jack Dawson on bass guitar. 1 Critical reception.
|A1||I'm A King Bee||5:29|
|A2||Slow Blues In A||5:25|
|A3||You Don't Love Me||2:44|
|B1||Bring It With You When You Come||4:15|
|B2||My Baby Thinks I Don't Love Her||4:34|
|B3||That's Why I Treat My Baby So Fine||11:18|
|B4||I Liked It Where We Walked||2:56|
- Bass – Jack Dawson
- Design – Jules Halfant
- Drums – Russ Chadwick
- Guitar, Mandolin – Jim Schwall
- Harmonica, Piano – Corky Siegel
- Producer – Samuel Charters*
- Vocals – Corky Siegel (tracks: A1, A4, B2 to B4), Jim Schwall (tracks: A2, A3, B1)
NotesHighly likely that this is an original New Zealand pressing, due to the flipback design of the sleeve, however no definitive proof to be found on sleeve or label of country of origin or release date.
Gold-brown Vanguard labels
|VSD-79249||The Siegel-Schwall Band||Say Siegel-Schwall (LP, Album)||Vanguard||VSD-79249||US||1967|
|VSD-79249||The Siegel-Schwall Band||Say Siegel-Schwall (LP, Album)||Vanguard||VSD-79249||Germany||Unknown|
|VSD-79249||The Siegel-Schwall Band||Say Siegel-Schwall (LP, Album)||Vanguard||VSD-79249||Canada||1967|
|VSD-79249||The Siegel/Schwall Band*||Say Siegel-Schwall (LP, Album)||Vanguard||VSD-79249||US||Unknown|
|VRS-9249||The Siegel-Schwall Band||Say Siegel-Schwall (LP, Album, Mono)||Vanguard||VRS-9249||US||1967|