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PostPosted: 31 May 2008 
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Baby - Baby (1975) - 320kbs
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01 - (It's Another) Satuday Night
02 - Long Legged Woman
03 - Somewhere
04 - Don't Let Nobody
05 - Born And Raised On Rock And Roll
06 - Lifes What You Make it
07 - A#2
08 - Starchild
09 - Hard Road
10 - So Long My Friend

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Прослушал :meloman:
Довольно приятную, мелодичную и ракиндрольно-рхитхмблюзовую (почти хардовую) музычку играют эти "Бабы"
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Мдя, информации нормальной по группе не нашел :(
Мож кто подбросит ссылочки? А то только аннотация на ОлмузикКоме и всё :cry:
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Baby's self-titled debut album is definitely steeped in the mid-'70s, Southern-fried rock scene that spawned it, but Lynyrd Skynyrd this is not. These four Texas boys were a little dirtier, possessed more of a swagger, and rocked a little harder than most of their chart-topping Southern contemporaries (think Kiss with a little more twang, or a Texas-based Bachman-Turner Overdrive). Classic rock riffs and classic rock subject matter help to kick the album off with "(It's Another) Saturday Night," a rousing ode to the sacred weekend night. Johnny Lee Schell's vocals are strangely buried on this track, but his guitar playing is right where it should be, upfront and white-hot. In fact, it's Schell's solos and riffs that are largely responsible for the astonishing cohesiveness of the record, as well as the reason guitar workouts like "Hard Road" are so damn satisfying. Not surprisingly, after his stint with Baby, Schell went on to enjoy great success as a studio musician and sideman, performing on albums by Joe Cocker, B.B. King, Bonnie Raitt, and John Lee Hooker (just to name a few). Considering all their talent, attitude, and success as an opening act for the likes of Aerosmith and ZZ Top, it's a shame the album is as little-known as it is. For those who like their rock (be it hard, Southern, or whatever) Baby delivers the goods in spades, and that is precisely what makes this relatively obscure morsel worth seeking out and playing loud.

Не говоря уже про обложки более-менее качественные... :fingal:


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Спасибо, Rolf, за продолжение темы!!

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информации нормальной по группе не нашел

Андрюха, на Роботах неплохая аннотация про них. Чтоб не искал, копирую:

Texas hard rockers, Baby, came together in late 1968 as a quintet playing mostly regional high schools. In 1969, the band began stretching out to clubs in the midwest and found themselves gaining quite a following in the process. Within the next year, the quintet underwent a lineup change, bringing hot shot axeslinger Johnny Lee Schell onboard to handle vocals and songwriting. This marked a new beginning for the band, who by this time had adopted a heavier sound. Over the next few years, Baby reigned supreme over the club circuits in the midwest. In 1974, the band financed their own recording and issued their self-titled debut on their own label, Lone Starr Records.

Radio success in the region continued and soon Mercury had licensed the album for national release. Though the material was strong, Baby were unable to break into other markets and soon the album sank without a trace. The following year, Mercury pushed the band back into the studio for another album, "Where Did All the Money Go?". Though the album had its share of decent material, it fared no better and the band were dropped. While in LA on a press junket for the album, the band called it a day and everyone went their separate ways.

Members went on to work with acts like Phantom Blues Band, Taj Mahal, Bonnie Raitt, John Fogerty, Buddy Guy and Melissa Etheridge. Schell also produces acts at his own recording studio and writes film soundtracks. Bassist, Stephen Crane issued a solo album on MCA in 1984.

The album is a pretty solid batch of crunchy Texas boogie, much like early ZZ Top, but with an emphasis on hard rock. Schell's guitar work and vocals are the centerpiece here and rightfully so. The clear standout is "Long Legged Woman", which should've been a huge single for the band. Raunchy, filled with swagger and brimming with energy, the track just rocks from start to finish. The rest of the album is a mix of hard rock and smooth jams, at times bordering on mediocrity but always retaining the band's consistent style and sound. I recommend digging into this one, as it's a mostly satisfying slab of Texas 70's hard rock. Snap it up!

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Ага, спасибо :thanx: Хотя всё равно малопонятно для меня, были ли еще у группы альбомы... :oops:


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Спасибо за альбом, понравилось. :true:
Кажись в 1976 вышел второй и последний альбом группы "Where Did All the Money Go?". А в 1984 году вышел сольный альбом басиста Stephen Crane, наскоко я понял.


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Кажись в 1976 вышел второй и последний альбом группы "Where Did All the Money Go?". А в 1984 году вышел сольный альбом басиста Stephen Crane, наскоко я понял.

О, Димка, спасибо за краткий перевод :true:
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А вот на Роботах точно эта группа?
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Да, вроде они же.Спасибо за ссылочку :dance:


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Тож качаю. Явно там же и сольник должон быть :oops:


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