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Ma Kelly's Greasy Spoon Original recording remastered, Extra tracks

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  • Audio CD (26 Feb. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Extra tracks
  • Label: Sanctuary
  • ASIN: B00009VZIC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 59,596 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Spinning Wheel Blues
2. Daughter
3. Everything
4. Shy Fly
5. (April) Spring, Summer & Wednesdays
6. Junior's Wailing
7. Lakky Lady
8. Need Your Love
9. Lazy Poker Blues
10. Is It Really Me / Gotta Go Home
11. Is It Really Me / Gotta Go Home
12. Daughter
13. Down The Dustpipe
14. In My Chair
15. Gerdundula
16. Down The Dustpipe
17. Junior's Wailing
18. Spinning Wheel Blues
19. Need Your Love
20. In My Chair

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36 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Mr. J. Barraclough on 5 Jun. 2006
Format: Audio CD
I'll hold my hands up from the start, I prefer early Quo. It just sounds better. The songs sound fresh, they sound like they're enjoying playing it, and they've still got that Psychadelic thang going on from the Matchstick Men days.

After buying Hello, and Piledriver, it made sense to buy this album. There was no review available for it on here, but I like some of the 60's flower pop, and the rocking of the afore mentioned Piledriver. So this had to blend the two, surely? And it does. It really is a brilliant album.

It has the classic Juniors Wailing, and Need Your Love, which most Quo fans will recognise. But then its got hidden classics like Shy Fly, April Spring Summer and Wednesdays, and Is It Really Me. The Album rocks from beginning to end, but not in the 12 bar blue style we are now all a customed to. It really is a mix of styles and taste's, theres even some Bongos on the album, im sure. But one things sure it never stops rocking.

Even the 10+ bonus tracks are good. You sometimes get a real mixed bag of rubbish with bonus tracks, but here, they are all good. Theres even the original BBC Radio intro's.

I really recommend this album, its classy.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mr Blackwell TOP 500 REVIEWER on 30 Jan. 2010
Format: Audio CD
Coming after the earlier 'Pictures.. & Spare Parts' albums and before 'Dog of two Head' this disc gets routinely ignored and contrary to popular belief it is here and not the aforementioned 'Dog..' album where the real Quo begins,

Kicking of with a glorious double header of 'Spinning Wheel Blues/Daughter' your transported back to a time when the riffs were simple and insistent and the keyboards enriched the music,and they rocked.Interestingly the mood is killed by possibly the saddest sounding track they ever recorded 'Everything',no doubt a throw back to the earlier albums influences.The joyous 'Shy fly' and stunning April,Spring,Summer and Wednesday' lifts the album back up.

Side 2 of the original vinyl opened with the Punchy 'Juniors Wailing' and then surprised you with the magnificent 'Lakky Lady' on acoustic before heading for frantic finish with the heavier Need Your Love & 'Lazy Poker Blues' and a storming 'Is it really Me/Gotta Go Home' which was a portent for longer tracks to come.

Bonus tracks : Pointless inclusion of some early mixes and a promo In my Chair
but hits the spot with non album singles 'down the Dustpipe/In my
Chair , two of the finest moments in early Quo history plus the
early version of 'Gerdundula'.

The icing on the cake is the BBC session from 1970 although why only
4 of the 5 performed tracks are included is annoying,the live
performance showing that as band they were getting heavier,excellent.

In conclusion i cant give it a 5 star rating as its not as good as the classic Quo to come but its a solid 4 stars.Well worth investigating.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A. B. Hinds on 24 Jan. 2010
Format: Audio CD
In my opinion, this to me IS Quo; this to me is what they are all about. Spinning Wheel Blues is your archetypal twelve bar blues as is Juniors Wailing and Lazy Poker Blues but it ends there. This has to be one of my favourite Quo albums of all time, being a joint number one with Dog Of two Head and people who say all Quo's stuff sounds the same obviously haven't heard much, and I've played this to them and they've become very surprised when I've told them who it is. My fave tracks from this album are Need Your Love, April, Spring, Summer and Wednesdays and the immortal Is It Really Me/Gotta Go home - That Hammond organ riff is just mesmerising. I wish they still did these tracks live but sadly they don't. These tracks are proto Heavy Metal and I could see some modern metal band covering these and making them sound cool for a new generation, hmm that gives me an idea...
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mark Bamford on 11 Nov. 2009
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I am a masive Quo fan and have all their stuff up to the Back to Back album.
There are albums I could live without but this is not one of them. I have found that this album slowly wormed its way into my top listening tracks - the more I listen to it the more I like it ...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. J. Combes on 6 Jun. 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
A superb album from the 12 bar demons. Full of neat bluesy, chunky riffs and some cracking bits of harmonica. This is the album that announced Quo as a proper rock band and it is a fine piece of work. Surprisingly heavy in places as well. Nice to see that they've been playing a few tunes off this - 'April, Spring, Summer and Wednesdays', 'Junior's Wailing' and 'In My Chair' - in the recent reunion gigs. Cracking tunes, all of them. If there's one annoyance, it's this: the fade outs and introductions over the top of the extra tracks. Ban fade outs! Fade outs should only be permitted for 8 minute long closing tracks (for examples of this stuff, see The Foo Fighters); they should never be in the middle of an album. If a song is worth starting, it's also worth finishing properly.

Anyone currently despairing about supposedly ill advised film projects, adverts for Australian supermarket chains and the current line-up's tendency to pander too much to the cardigan brigade and not the hard-core nutters (I mean this in an affectionate sense), should listen to this. It will restore their faith.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By 5string on 17 April 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is where Quo found their real sound. Superb mix of blues and rock-boogie.

The only exception, I think, is their attempt at Paul McCartney's 'Yesterday' with 'Everything'. A bit cheesy.

Other reviewers say all the important bits, but my personal favourite tracks are 'Lazy Poker Blues' and 'Down The Dustpipe' (which wasn't included on the original album, I believe).

The bonus live tracks are excellent and a real insight to the developing Quo's sound. 'In My Chair' is an absolute belter - check it out on 'Quo - Live' album where they raise the roof AND bring the house down, all at the same time!
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