Floating Bridge - Floating Bridge mp3 album
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Floating Bridge was from Seattle, Washington and formed in 1967 then disbanded two years later in 1969. The members were as follows: Rich Dangel, Joe Johansen and Denny MacLeod on guitar, Pat Gossan as vocals, Michael Jacobsen ~ Electric Cello, Saxophone, Joe Johnson ~ Bass, Andrew Lang ~ Trumpet and Michael Marinelli on the drums. Most of the members of the band are now deceased. Their music is a mix of blues rock, acid rock and psychedelia worth checking out. Top Tracks.
The line-up of this US Seattle-based rock group included Rich Dangel, Joe Johansen, Joe Johnson and Michael Marinelli. Their sole album, released in 1969, showcased an exciting twin-lead guitar assault and mixed exciting original material with rearranged cover versions, including a rousing rendition of the Beatles’ ‘Hey Jude’ and a compulsive medley of the Byrds’ ‘Eight Miles High’ and the Rolling Stones’ ‘Paint It, Black’
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Wednesday, April 1, 2015. Floating Bridge - 1969 - Floating Bridge. Floating Bridge 1969 Floating Bridge. While the single did little commercially, it attracted enough attention for Vault to finance a follow-on album. Released in 1969 the cleverly titled "Floating Bridge" teamed the band with producer Jackie Mills. Musically the set offered up a standard mix of originals and popular covers, but the results were killer throughout.