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The Flock is the self-titled debut album by The Flock. It was released in 1969. All songs written by The Flock, except as noted. Side One. "Introduction" – 4:50. I Am the Tall Tree" – 5:37. Tired of Waiting" – (Ray Davies) – 4:35. Side Two. "Store Bought - Store Thought" – 7:00. Fred Glickstein - guitar. Jerry Goodman - violin. Fred Glickstein - guitar, lead vocals. Jerry Goodman - violin, backing vocals, guitar. Tom Webb - tenor saxophone.
Flock is the third studio album by Irish band Bell X1. It was released on 14 October 2005 in Ireland, 20 March 2006 in the UK and February 19, 2008 in North America. The album was ranked in Planet Sound's top albums of 2006. Flock was Bell X1's first ever album in Ireland
The Flock - Take Me Back 2:38. The FLOCK - I Am The Tall Tree (1969) RARE PROG 5:37. The Flock - Tired of waiting 4:58. The Flock ~ Clown 7:45.
Album Name The Flock.
For the album by The Flock, see The Flock (album). Three singles were released from the album in Ireland, "Bigger Than Me" (30 September 2005 in Ireland and 10 October 2005 in the UK), "Flame" (16 March 2006) and "Rocky Took a Lover", which was eventually released on 28 August 2006 after gaining cult popularity from radio airplay. 1 Critical reception.
The Flock would go on to record other ace songs, but what is arguably the band’s finest moment comes on side 1, track 1 of album No. 1 - the instrumental duet Introduction. A collision of psychedelic rock and classical music, the number features the band’s most dramatic player, the violinist Jerry Goodman. At five minutes long, it’s an intricate and ultimately aggressive piece of music held together by the flowing guitar work of bandleader Fred Glickstein. Introduction goes from a whisper to a scream, with passages both conventional and savage
The Flock biography Signed on the CBS brass-rock craze after BS&T's mega success, than CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY's much more prog success, Columbia signed also the eclectic ILLINOIS SPEED EXPRESS, the psychedelic AORTA and the brassy THE FLOCK, all three also from Chicago and releasing their debut album the same month as CTA did as well. Apparently a marketing plan to create a Chicago scene, this ploy actually worked correctly since three of the four groups recorded two albums (not going further than that), but we all know what a monster Chicago became. But The Flock had a very average songwriting skill and both albums lack excellent productions. Apparently the group reformed in 75 for another album, but the brass/horn section was gone and so was Jerry Goodman.
And for A Flock of Seagulls, their new album, Ascension, is something special – it finds the original quartet reunited on a recording for the first time since 1984, with Mike Score, Ali Score, Frank Maudsley and Paul Reynolds reteaming to rework gems like "I Ran (So Far Away)," "Space Age Love Song" and "Wishing (I Had a Photograph of You). A 50-piece A Flock of Seagulls. Now the album is almost ready to go, I think it's a case of letting it fly and seeing where it goes. I have a couple ideas, maybe we could have the orchestra on backing track or take out a quartet instead of a full orchestra. That's to be discussed, but right now I have a whole big tour through the summer called Lost '80s Tour, which is 40 shows, so I'm turning to that now.
Veteran English bluesman John Mayall raves about the Chicago septet in the liner notes. Like the Blind Faith album, this powerful debut is undercut by a too-long jam at the end. Track Listing.
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Bass – Jerry Smith Drums – Ron KarpmanGuitar – Fred GlicksteinTenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax] – Rick Canoff, Tom WebbTrumpet – Frank PosaViolin – Jerry GoodmanWritten-By – Glickstein*
Bass, Vocals – Jerry Smith Drums – Ron KarpmanGuitar, Lead Vocals – Fred GlicksteinTenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax] – Tom WebbTenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax], Vocals – Rick CanoffTrumpet – Frank PosaViolin, Guitar, Vocals – Jerry GoodmanWritten-By – Glickstein*
|3||I Am The Tall Tree
Acoustic Guitar [12-string Acoustic], Lead Vocals – Fred GlicksteinBass, Vocals – Jerry Smith Drums – Ron KarpmanTenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax] – Tom WebbTenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax], Vocals – Rick CanoffTrumpet – Frank PosaViolin, Vocals – Jerry GoodmanWritten-By – Glickstein*
|4||Tired Of Waiting
Bass – Jerry Smith Drums – Ron KarpmanGuitar, Lead Vocals – Fred GlicksteinMaracas – Tom WebbTenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax] – Rick CanoffTrumpet – Frank PosaViolin, Vocals – Jerry GoodmanWritten-By – Davies*
|5||Store Bought - Store Thought
Acoustic Guitar [12-string Acoustic], Electric Guitar, Lead Vocals – Fred GlicksteinAcoustic Guitar [12-string Acoustic], Vocals – Jerry GoodmanBass, Vocals – Jerry Smith Drums – Ron KarpmanFlute, Tenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax], Vocals – Tom WebbTenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax], Vocals – Rick CanoffTrumpet – Frank PosaWritten-By – Glickstein*
Bass – Jerry Smith Drums – Ron KarpmanGuitar, Lead Vocals – Fred GlicksteinHarmonica, Tenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax] – Tom WebbTenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax] – Rick CanoffTrumpet – Frank PosaViolin – Jerry GoodmanWritten-By – Glickstein*
- Liner Notes – John Mayall
- Photography By [Cover Photo] – Don Hunstein
- Producer – John McClure
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