Alan Price - Savaloy Dip mp3 album
Alan Price (born 19 April 1942) is an English musician, best known as the original keyboardist for the British band the Animals and for his subsequent solo work. Price was born in Fatfield, Washington, County Durham, and was educated at Jarrow Grammar School, County Durham. He is a self-taught musician and was a founding member of the Tyneside group "The Alan Price Rhythm and Blues Combo", which was later renamed the Animals. His second album, A Price on His Head (1967), featured seven songs by Randy Newman, who was virtually unknown at that time. In August 1967, he appeared with the Animals at the hippy love-in that was held in the grounds of Woburn Abbey. Retrieved 12 February 2016.
No one seems certain why Savaloy Dip became an enigmatic entry in Alan Price's solo catalog. Reprise Records was poised to release
Savaloy Dip. (Digital Download - Rhino, Warner Bros.
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Alan Price’s Savaloy Dip is one of history’s great lost albums. It was recorded as a full-length clearly intended for official release, accidentally issued for a nanosecond (on 8-track!) then recalled, the circumstances behind its fate murky to this very day. Warners A&R VP Lenny Waronker couldn’t recollect why, but for some reason Savaloy Dip, scheduled to be the follow-up to O Lucky Man!, was scotched. To complicate matters, a few 8-track versions of the album were pressed (at Ampex’s Elk Grove Village, Illinois plant) and distributed before being recalled. Price salvaged one track from.
|1||Smells Like Lemon, Tastes Like Wine|
|2||Willie The Queen|
|3||You Won't Get Me|
|6||Keep On Doin' It|
|8||Passin' Us By|
|9||Over And Over Again|
|10||And So Goodbye|
|11||Between Today And Yesterday|
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NotesOriginally released accidentally on 8-track in 1974. This is the first official release.
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