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ESOTERIC RECORDINGS are proud to release the classic album “WE ARE EVERYTHING YOU SEE” by LOCOMOTIVE. Issued by Parlophone in January 1970, it was the only album by the Birmingham based group fronted by keyboard player NORMAN HAINES and was
recorded in 1969. Featuring the psychedelic classic ‘MR. ARMAGEDDON’, the album
was a marvellous fusion of jazz, psychedelia and early “progressive” music and was PRODUCED BY GUS DUDGEON and graced by guest musicians DICK HECKSTALL SMITH, HENRY LOWTHER and CHRIS MERCER. Featuring such wonderful material as ‘LAY ME DOWN GENTLY’,
‘YOU MUST BE JOKING’ and ‘RAIN’, this re-mastered Esoteric edition includes six bonus tracks, comprising the Mono single versions of ‘MR. ARMAGEDDON’ and ‘YOU MUST BE JOKING’, rare B-sides and both sides of the band’s final single.
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Top Customer Reviews
The highlights [and there are plenty of them] include the single "Mr.Armageddon",a powerful,psychedelic brass-heavy tune that will have you humming the brass riff in no time at all.My favourite tune and a real tour de force is the album`s 6th tune "You Must Be Joking". This has a quite brilliant chorus[imagine Hendrix with a Hammond] and is a keyboard led gem of a song,[there are no guitars on this album,although one of the keyboards are stuck through a Wah-Wah occasionally,which tends to sound like a guitar,especially on this track]. Other highlights include the bouncy,"Lay Me Down Gently",the album`s only cover,"Coming Down/Love Song For The Dead Che",[originally done by The United States Of America].The last highlight is the closing tune of the album proper,"Times Of Light And Darkness",with the last in a long line of catchy brass riffs and a great track to boot.
There is nothing bad that i can say about this release,the only thing that might put people off,though i like it,is the voice of the band`s main songwriter and keyboardist,Norman Haines. In his low register,his voice has a cockney/early Bowie lilt to it. When he really pushes his voice is when he sounds at his best,[witness "Mr.Armageddon" and "You Must Be Joking,for that].
Apparently this album was originally released about 12 months later than it should have been. That,and the fact that the band had had a previous minor hit single in a Ska vein,meant that this album pretty much sank without trace when it did finally see the light of day. That`s a damn shame because this is a minor classic. Highly Recommended!.
I am very pleased I bought this even though the cover is awful.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this album is unusual in that there no guitars on it--bar one track. its a little jazzy in places but all songs are good and it contains the albun and single version of mr... Read morePublished on 25 Feb. 2014 by graham cole