The Graham Bond Organization "The Sound of 65" 1965

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The Graham Bond Organization "The Sound of 65" 1965

Сообщение  altep в Пт Дек 24, 2010 8:34 pm

The Graham Bond Organization "The Sound of 65" 1965



Album: "The Sound of 65"
Year: 1965
Genre: Rock
Style: Rock
Format: APE+CUE+LOG+Cover+3%
Size: 404mb
Label: Repertoire Records REP 5116
Source: CD

Graham John Clifton Bond (28 October 1937 in Romford, Essex – 8 May 1974 in Finsbury Park Station, North London) was an English musician, considered a founding father of the English rhythm and blues boom of the 1960s.

Technologically and musically, Bond was an innovator, described by critic Richie Unterberger as "an important, underappreciated figure of early British R&B.". Along with John Mayall and Alexis Korner, Bond was one of the great catalytic figures of '60s rock in England. Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker -- both later to find superstardom in Cream—came to prominence in Bond's group. Additionally, Bond was perhaps the first English musician to use the Hammond organ and Leslie speaker combination (in an R&B context), the first to "split" the instrument for portability, the first to build an electronic keyboard, and the first rock musician to use a mellotron, which can be heard on his first two LPs. Deep Purple's renowned organist Jon Lord cited Bond as an early influence. "He taught me, hands on, most of what I know about the Hammond organ," said Lord in a 1989 interview.
Bond was educated at the prestigious Royal Liberty School in Gidea Park, east London. He first gained attention as a jazz saxophonist as a member of the Don Rendell Quintet.
Afterwards, he was briefly a member of Blues Incorporated, a group led by Alexis Korner, before forming the Graham Bond Quartet. With a lineup of Bond on vocals and organ, Ginger Baker on drums, Jack Bruce on double bass, and, briefly, John McLaughlin on guitar, who was replaced by Dick Heckstall-Smith on sax and the name changed to the Graham Bond Organisation (GBO), they generally stayed close to their jazz and R&B roots. Bond was the primary songwriter, and he also produced the group's two studio albums, The Sound of '65 and There's a Bond Between Us.
The GBO is notable in popular music history for jump-starting the careers of two future Cream members, bassist/singer Jack Bruce and drummer Ginger Baker. One song Bruce and Baker originally recorded with Bond, "Train Time," later wound up in the repertoire of Cream.
Later when blues and R&B scenes erupted on the British gig circuit, the Graham Bond Organisation, sometimes spelled as ORGANisation and sometimes as Organization, became known for playing the most evil-sounding and dirty R&B heard in England. When Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker left the band, Jon Hiseman joined the GBO. In a sense, Bond was a catalyst in the formation of British groups Cream and Colosseum, as members of those groups came from Bond's group.
Although highly influential within English music circles, the GBO never experienced the popular chart success of their peers. One factor for this could have been Bond's rough, growling singing voice, which was an acquired taste. Another was the decided lack of conventional star appeal of the four members: Bond, Bruce, Baker, and saxophonist Dick Heckstall-Smith. In addition, the group's studio albums were never released in the United States. Bruce, then Baker left the band to form Cream in July 1966.
Amid internal band struggles and Bond's worsening problems with substance abuse, the GBO disbanded in 1967. In the years which followed the breakup of his band, Bond's mental and physical health deteriorated. He exhibited symptoms of what today would be called bipolar disorder: erratic, manic episodes, wild mood swings, and periods of intense depression.
After the break-up of the last Organisation line-up, Bond did some solo recording and session work and eventually turned up in Ginger Baker's Air Force. He went to the USA to record and do session work, notably with Harvey Mandel and playing saxophone on Dr. John's The Sun, Moon & Herbs (1971).
Upon returning to England, Bond married singer Dianne Stewart. Later the couple teamed up with Pete Brown to record Two Heads are Better Than One in 1972. Bond and his wife shared an interest in magick, and together they subsequently formed and disbanded several groups, including Holy Magick which recorded We Put Our Magick On You (released in 1971). After the near-simultaneous collapse of his band and his marriage, Bond formed Magus with British folk-singer Carolanne Pegg. However, mainly due to financial problems, the group disbanded around Christmas 1973 without recording. During that same period, he discovered American singer-songwriter-guitarist Mick Lee, and took him under his wing. They played together live, but never recorded. The new band also had plans to include Chris Wood of Traffic, but never materialized due to Bond's death.
The following year found Bond at his lowest ebb. His financial affairs were in chaos, and the demise of Magus had badly hurt his pride. Throughout his career he had been hampered with severe bouts of drug addiction, and in January 1973 had spent a month in hospital after a nervous breakdown. He seemed on course again in 1974, however, until, on May 8 of that year, Bond died under the wheels of a train at Finsbury Park station, London (most sources list the death as a suicide). He was 36 years old. Friends agree that he was off drugs, although he was becoming increasingly obsessed with the occult (he believed he was Aleister Crowley's son).
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Track Listings:

1. Hoochie Coochie
2. Baby make love to me
3. Neighbour neighbour
4. Early in the morning
5. Spanish blues
6. Oh baby
7. Little girl
8. I want you
9. Wade in the water
10. Got my mojo working
11. Train time
12. Baby be good to me
13. Half a man
14. Tammy
15. Hi-heels sneakers
16. Hoochie coochie man
17. Little girl
18. Strut around
19. Long tall shorty
20. Long legged baby
21. Tell me (I'm gonna love again)
22. Love come shining through

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The Graham Bond Organization / The Sound Of '65

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Сообщение  olaf_alien в Пт Дек 24, 2010 10:22 pm

Спасибо, Алекс - обновлю старый рип!!
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Сообщение  altep в Пт Дек 24, 2010 10:40 pm

olaf_alien пишет:Спасибо, Алекс - обновлю старый рип!!

Сергей, пожалуйста, будет и другой, но позже, праздники у нас, да и у вас думаю так же ;-). Всего наилучшего!
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Сообщение  olaf_alien в Сб Дек 25, 2010 2:46 am

Наших 'немцев' поздравляю с Рождеством!! Всего наилучшего, Алекс и Виктор!!

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Сообщение  fovit в Сб Дек 25, 2010 3:23 am

Екарный бабай! Так что, они сегодня с такими девчонками уже зажигать будут?! Везет же...
А мне еще ЦЕЛУЮ НЕДЕЛЮ у таких зачеты принимать, блин!
Спасибо, Алекс, за Бонда. Есть с 66-м в паре на BGO. Но по отдельности такие тоже нужны.
Найдешь следующий, или его Репертуар не издал?
Ну и с Рождеством всех, кому положено!!!
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Сообщение  altep в Сб Дек 25, 2010 6:39 am

fovit пишет:Екарный бабай! Так что, они сегодня с такими девчонками уже зажигать будут?! Везет же...
А мне еще ЦЕЛУЮ НЕДЕЛЮ у таких зачеты принимать, блин!
Спасибо, Алекс, за Бонда. Есть с 66-м в паре на BGO. Но по отдельности такие тоже нужны.
Найдешь следующий, или его Репертуар не издал?
Ну и с Рождеством всех, кому положено!!!

ха, ага зажигаем уже :-). следующий есть, и даже уже рип сделал. осталось 2 картинки отсканироватъ, но дефки не дают ;-). будет позже. так же от репа.
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Сообщение  Музфан в Ср Янв 05, 2011 3:39 pm

Какой интересный привет от 28-летнего британца Грэма Бонда из 65-годов. Какая прелесть этот релиз. Нестандартный блюз шестидесятых годов. Импровизации следуют одна за другой, испытываешь какое-то внутреннее напряжение, слушая Организацию Грэма Бонда.
Релизёру спасибо за ознакомление с данным релизом.
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Сообщение  kandykorn в Ср Янв 19, 2011 9:07 pm

Мой большой пасиб Тоже заменила
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