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Moonshine Extra tracks, Limited Edition, Import


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  • Audio CD (22 Jan. 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Limited Edition, Import
  • Label: Repertoire
  • ASIN: B000KJTG42
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 208,755 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By D. J. H. Thorn VINE VOICE on 28 Aug. 2007
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Even with two bonus tracks, 'Moonshine' only weighs in at 36 minutes, but this 1972 album is packed with good quality r&b, all of it original material. The title track is an earthy number, which immediately establishes the dry production. This is deliberate, according to the sleevenotes. 'Another Guy' is the outstanding melody on the disc, an example of Jupp's ability to tug the heart strings. By contrast, 'Captain Cool' possesses the tongue in cheek humour that so many of Jupp's songs feature. 'Shine On My Shoes' is the best r&b track, though the fierce, more rock-oriented 'Just Because' is almost as impressive. The bonus tracks are from a 1971 single and are welcome additions. Not as good as 'Legend' (aka 'Red Boot') but still a very satisfying album. Sadly, they called it a day shortly after this.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mme Camus Holland Alana on 27 July 2013
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As, for instance, early Dave Edmunds' albums (after Love Sculpture to Get it included) , this recording by Mickey Jupp and his band, as well as the previous ones is absolutely evident and novative creating and developing a real and natural modern rock music typically British, I mean by that quite different from US productions and extremely sincere. The dynamic voice must also be rewarded , kind of cross between Link Wray and Nick Drake.
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"How To Become A LEGEND Twice......" 8 Feb. 2014
By John H. McCarthy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
LEGEND was formed in 1968 by songwriter-musician Michael "Mickey" Jupp, a legend himself of England's Southend music scene, a seaside resort in the Essex area. Inspired by local legend Gary Brooker of THE PARAMOUNTS (who later morphed into PROCOL HARUM) Jupp apprenticed in THE ORIOLES (no relation to FELDER'S ORIOLES) until 1966, whose revolving line-up included future LEGEND's Mo Witham, Bob Clouter and John Bobin. After a forced sabbatical Jupp was the first British signee with U.S. based Bell Records (home of THE BOX TOPS and Merilee Rush) on the strength of his original songs. With all tracks composed by him, the new band, Jupp (Lead vocals, piano & guitar), Chris East (12-string guitar, vocals and harmonica), Steve Geere (string & electric bass and vocals) and Nigel Dunbar (drums) recorded the self-titled debut album using mostly acoustic instrumentation. The band, never meant to be a touring unit, only played one gig before disbanding. Jupp was offered a contract by Dave Knights, the ex-bassist for PROCOL HARUM, who was starting a new career in management. The new line-up, Jupp, Mo Witham (guitar), John Bobin (bass) and Bill Fifield (drums) signed with progressive label Vertigo and set about recording their next album with uber-producer Tony Visconti (David Bowie, Marc Bolan & T. REX). Confusingly self-titled again, the album became know as 'RED BOOT' because of the startling fiery footwear display courtesy of artist Karl Stoecker. Before the recording of third and final album 'MOONSHINE' drummer Bill Fifield was poached by Marc Bolan to anchor his new electric version of T. REX, bestowing upon him the moniker Bill Legend. The final puzzle piece was added when ex-ORIOLES mate Bob Clouter took over the drum seat. After losing all their money and drummer Clouter during a disastrous tour of Italy, undertaken to exploit the popularity of their surprising Italian hit "Life," they disbanded. After another sabbatical, of his own choice this time, Mickey Jupp returned to the scene around 1975 encouraged by DR. FEELGOOD vocalist Lee Brilleaux. With LEGEND now earning their title as celebrated pub-rock forefathers, Jupp eventually signed with the hip Stiff Records and released 'JUPPANESE,' one side backed by ROCKPILE, produced by Nick Lowe, and the other roduced by old mate Gary Brooker. Stiff also release a great LEGEND compilation somewhat misleadingly titled 'Mickey Jupp's LEGEND' featuring tracks from all three albums, non-LP single tracks and Jupp's first solo single, "Nature's Radio" recorded for Arista in 1977. After successive albums for Chrysalis, Line and A&M, Jupp has sporadically toured and released albums on his own schedule, another "should've been" who at least remains a legend to his fellow musicians and fans......

Produced by manager and ex-PROCOL HARUM bassist David Knight, LEGEND's third and final platter opens with the atypical heavy title track, one of three band co-writes, a first for the group. The following tracks couldn't be any different, "Another Guy," a BEATLE-esque ballad with a strong George Harrison guitar flavor, and "Mother Of My Child" another ballad with a somewhat overwrought vocal, both drenched in orchestral accompaniment. Another band co-write, the more Jupp-esque "Captain Cool" morphs into the short electric piano dominated instrumental "Ausfahrt" (exit) followed by a fade-in-and-out of the same tune, this time titled "Eingang" (enter). "Shine On My Shoes" is a classic Juppy pub-rocker trailed by "The Writer Of Songs," another orchestrated piano-based ballad with more touches that support the theory that Mickey had THE BEATLES on his mind, fading into the "Local Folk'ol" shuffle. PROCOL HARUM's Matthew Fisher is credited for all the orchestral arrangements, with Del Newman directing, a familiar name to readers of liner notes. The sound of milling customers greets "At The Shop" a nifty piece of wordplay with a comb & paper quartet break lead by drummer Clouter. The album ends with a rockin' and duelin' guitar feature, "Just Because" they can......

While not as strong as 'LEGEND/RED BOOT,' 'MOONSHINE' finds Jupp toying with his formula somewhat but not quite hitting the mark. The band co-write credits may have been instigated to quiet dissension over royalty inequality. Knight's production is adequate, but not as polished as Visconti. The contents are again presented in a mini-LP sleeve with fold-out insert and a picture CD. Repertoire must've found the well of extras had gone dry, the two bonus tracks are a repeat performance of the "Don't You Never"/"Someday" UK single. The A-side and three other tracks were included on the Stiff compilation, four if you want to count the medley of "Capatain Cool" and "Ausfahrt" as separate entities. After they disbanded, Jupp returned to Southend and laid low for a few years until vocalist Lee Brilleaux of DR. FEELGOOD encouraged Jupp (whose "Down At The Doctors" became an unofficial theme song) to play and record again, encouraged by the successes of his friends and contemporaries during the pub-rock and new wave crazes. Juppy's been at it ever since, and with the passage of time and 20/20 hindsight you could say he's truly become a...legend......

IMPORTANT NOTE! There's a LEGEND bootleg with 'RED BOOT' and 'MOONSHINE" on one CD. With the LEGEND discs reasonably priced, there's no excuse to take $$$$ from Mickey's pocket......
great classic!!!!! 12 Aug. 2014
By Edward J. mccarthy Jr. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
this is another great record by the classic uk pub rock outfit legend featuring mickey jupp, this was released back in 2006 and i bought all 3 legend cds in this great paper lp sleeve replica format back then, i felt the first lp was there best but this offering is way up there to, i think any fan of mickey jupp will not be disapointed in what he was doing at the start of his day, the remastering on this cd is awesome and it sounds very fresh so if you like old school british pub rock this is it at its best!!, if you are already a fan of mr jupp then i am sure you already have this, fantastic cd reissue....
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