Mega Blowout Sale
Now this is more like it! Recorded in Osaka, Japan, in 1973, Twin Peaks was Mountain's second consecutive live album, albeit featuring the re-formed, somewhat reconfigured version of the group, consisting of Leslie West (guitar, vocals), Felix Pappalardi (bass, vocals), Bob Mann (guitar, keyboards), and Allan Schwartzberg (drums). It overlaps with its predecessor, Mountain Live (The Road Goes Ever On) on only two cuts, "Crossroader" and "Nantucket Sleighride," and the latter is stretched out even further...
Najite Aginodatan, who leads this 13 piece band (vocals, 2 keyboards, guitar, bass, flute, tenor sax, alto sax, trombone, trumpet and many percussionists/drummers), was Fela Kuti's percussionist for some time. So, he learned how to play Afro-beat...
While they last (which isn’t forever, folks), we have perfect, new copies for 50% off the regular price!
Very good first effort from a new generation of French Zeuhl.
Carole Sauvage-Fender Rhodes, Yannick Duchene-guitar, vocals, William Pawelzik-bass, Christophe Gratien-drums.
"Influences: Zeühl, Jazz-Rock-Progressif, Classique-Contemporain, Lyrique, Traditionnel, Musiques spirituelles..."
"First CD of this French band that has recently opened for Magma at Bourg les Valence. A superb..
"This is a group of progressive rock of the 80'. They have two albums before: The sentinel and Knightmoves. Beat the Drum is a masterpiece, one the bests albums of Progressive in 1999, the best that I have listened since "The Visitor" of Arena. Very recommendable to people. that like Yes, Genesis, Saga, Rush, Pink Floyd, ELP, Arena, Pendragon and IQ (in other words, the real good music)."