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Savage Resurrection, The - The Savage Resurrection Full Album

Savage Resurrection, The - The Savage Resurrection Full Album Performer: Savage Resurrection, The
Title: The Savage Resurrection
Style: Psychedelic Rock
Category: Rock
Date of release: 1968
Country: Netherlands
Label: Mercury
Catalog number: 134 068 MCY
Size MP3: 1064 mb
Size FLAC: 2579 mb
Rating: 4.2


1Every Little Song
Written-By – R. Hammon
2Thing In "E"
Written-By – J. Palmer
3Appeal To The Happy
Written-By – B. Harper, J. Palmer
Written-By – B. Harper, J. Palmer, R. Hammon
5Talking To You
Written-By – B. Harper, J. Palmer
6Someones Changing
Written-By – J. Palmer, R. Hammon
7Fox Is Sick
Written-By – J. Palmer
8Tahitian Melody
Written-By – J. Palmer
Written-By – J. Palmer
10Remlaps Cave Part II
Written-By – J. Palmer


  • MusicianBill Harper , Jeff Myer, John Palmer , Randy Hammon, Steve Lage
  • ProducerAbe ''Voco'' Kesh


Also released in mono (MG-21156)


  • Record Company – Mercury Record Corporation


I do not own the copyright to this recording so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it. If you like this album please buy it for the full experience Savage Resurrection - The Savage Resurrection. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Альбом 1967 Песен: 13. The Savage Resurrection was an American psychedelic rock band from the San Francisco Bay area, and were active in between 1967 and 1968. The band were known as one of the youngest psychedelic rock bands in the area, with their 16-year-old lead guitarist, Randy Hammon, who is the cousin of Blue Cheer drummer Paul Whaley. There was only one member of the band who wasnt a teenager, and it was Steve Lage who was 21. On their only album, the Savage Resurrection mined a psychedelic sound that was not as heavy and metallic as Blue Cheer also produced by Abe Voco Kesh, but at the same time more garagey in feel than that of the average Bay Area psychedelic band. Sometimes it's pedestrian blues-rock with overlong riffing, as on the accurately titled Jammin. At its best, it has the spacier, folkier, and more melodic feel that was characteristic of much '60s Californian psychedelic music, as on Someone's Changing. More dissonant and Middle Eastern influen. Songs in album The Savage Resurrection - The Savage Resurrection 1968. The Savage Resurrection - Thing In E. The Savage Resurrection - Every Little Song. The Savage Resurrection - Talking To You. The Savage Resurrection - Tahitian Melody. The Savage Resurrection - Jammin'. The Savage Resurrection - Fox Is Sick. The Savage Resurrection - Someone's Changing. The Savage Resurrection - Remlap's Cave Part II. The Savage Resurrection - Appeal To. Listen free to Savage Resurrection The Savage Resurrection Thing in 'E', Every Little Song and more. 13 tracks 47:55. Released 1968. The Savage Resurrection Tracklist. Thing in E Lyrics. Missing Lyrics. Every Little Song Lyrics. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. The Savage Resurrection. The Savage Resurrection, 2014. Thing in E, 03:06. Every Little Song, 01:50. The Savage Resurrection LP, Album, RE, 180. Tapestry Records. TPT 211. SR 61156, SR-61156. The Savage Resurrection LP, Album, RE. The Savage Resurrection CD, Album, RE, Unofficial. Not On Label. SR 61156