Peter & Reg - Jean mp3 album
Dog Trumpet or Reg & Peter's Dog Trumpet is an Australian rock band, formed by brothers Reg Mombassa (aka Chris O'Doherty) and Peter O'Doherty. Both Mombassa and O'Doherty were formerly members of the iconic Australian band Mental as Anything, and they formed Dog Trumpet as an outlet for their original material. The Dog Trumpet sound reflects a sincere affection for classic 1960s pop and whimsical psychedelia.
Mombassa and O'Doherty formed the duo Reg & Peter/Peter & Reg (they alternated names whenever interviewed) and released a single, "Jean" in March 1991, before adopting the band name Dog Trumpet and releasing the album Two Heads One Brain. Martin Plaza Reg Mombassa Greedy Smith Peter O'Doherty Kev Carmody. hiatussabbatical leavesabbatical year. In 1990, Mental As Anything members had agreed to take a sabbatical from their band work and turned to solo or side projects. Biblical Sabbath Career break Sabbatical officer Gap year Otium.
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Peter Gabriel’s third solo album sticks in the mind like the haunted heroes of the best film noirs. With the obsessiveness of The Big Sleep (or, more aptly, Jean-Luc Godard’s Breathless, since Gabriel is nothing if not self-conscious about his sources), the new LP’s exhilaration derives from paranoia, yet its theme isn’t fear so much as overwhelming guilt. Peter Gabriel is political rock, trapped halfway between the Gang of Four and Jackson Browne. Gabriel sees the personal horror in every issue - and the issue in every personal horror - and never pretends that the sight of so many open wounds doesn’t make him flinch. For this artist, the traditional ways in which most rock & roll bands get out of such traps - by asserting the possibilities of community or simply by cutting up - are merely cul-de-sacs.
This self-titled album by Peter Bardens is actually his second solo album. Being a big fan of Camel, I was curios to know what his solo music prior to Camel sounded like. I must say that it was a major disappointment and anyone looking for the roots of the Camel-sound must clearly look elsewhere; by no means can this music be regarded as proto-Camel. It is indeed hard to believe that this was released in 1971, only two years before Camel's debut album. Judging from the sound of this album, it belongs more in the 60's and in the Blues Rock/Rock 'N' Roll category. The album is opened by a short piano ragtime. It's not unusual: Caravan have placed "Tollington Park Rag" at the end of their second album, but also Rick Wakeman and Keith Emerson put some ragtime interludes in their albums. So "North End Road" is not a bad ragtime.
- Made By – Festival Records Pty. Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Toveboot Pty Ltd
- Copyright (c) – Regular Records Pty. Ltd.
- Producer – Peter O'Doherty, Steve James
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 9-399601-037371
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): MX-76819
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): MX-76820