The Beau Brummels is the sixth studio album by the American rock band of the same name. Released in April 1975, the album features the work of all five original band members for the first time since the band's debut album, 1965's Introducing the Beau Brummels. The album peaked at number 180 on the . Billboard 200 albums chart in 1975.
The Beau Brummels in Village of the Giants (1965). From left: Ron Elliott, Declan Mulligan, Sal Valentino, Ron Meagher, John Petersen. Background information. July 1966, Beau Brummels '66 was considered a commercial and critical disappointment. The non-album single "One Too Many Mornings", a Bob Dylan cover, was the band's sixth and final Hot 100 chart entry, peaking at number 95 in June. Petersen left the band after the album's release to join Harpers Bizarre, while Irving departed when he received.
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On the plus side, just to dispel any doubts, it is live, and it does feature the five-man Beau Brummels (Sal Valentino, Ron Elliott, Ron Meagher, Dec Mulligan, and John Petersen). And this is a good, professional recording. A byproduct of the group's short-lived reunion (which also yielded a complete studio album on Warner Bros. this live set is nothing to be overlooked by any completist fan of folk-rock or mid-'60s pop/rock, but neither is it as compelling as one would hope.
The Beau Brummels signed with Autumn, where house producer Sylvester Stewart-later known as Sly Stone, the Beau Brummels took their name from the same-named English dandy. Valentino dismissed this notion in a 2008 interview with Goldmine magazine, thats a total myth, he said. 7. Country rock – Country rock is subgenre of popular music, formed from the fusion of rock and country.
Their 1965 debut album, produced by Sly Stone, held two hits ("Just a Little," "Laugh, Laugh") that married haunting, minor-key melodies with irresistible pop hooks, revealing Ron Elliott's sophisticated palette. They were early riders on the country-rock train, rocking up Don Gibson's "Oh, Lonesome Me," and they lent a garage-rock touch to Jimmy Reed's blues grinder "Ain't That Lovin' You, Baby. Though The Byrds or The Lovin' Spoonful might have come closer to being America's Beatles in terms of mainstream impact, San Francisco's Beau Brummels were musically much nearer to taking the . Fab Four title (though there were five of them). Their 1965 debut album, produced by Sly Stone, held two hits ("Just a Little," "Laugh, Laugh") that married haunting, minor-key melodies with irresistible pop hooks, revealing Ron Elliott's sophisticated palette.
Introducing the Beau Brummels - Студийный альбом от The Beau Brummels. В альбом вошло 25 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:03:34. Ain't That Loving You Baby.
|A1||You Tell Me Why||3:13|
|A2||First In Line||2:56|
|A4||Down To The Bottom||3:24|
|B3||The Lonely Side||4:32|
|B4||Gate Of Hearts||3:00|
|B5||Today By Day||2:37|
- Manufactured By – WEA Music Of Canada, Ltd.
- Distributed By – WEA Music Of Canada, Ltd.
- Arranged By [Strings] – Nick DeCaro
- Bass, Vocals – Declan Mulligan*
- Drums – John Petersen
- Engineer – Donn Landee
- Guitar, Banjo – Dan Levitt
- Guitar, Vocals – Ron Elliott , Ron Meagher
- Percussion – Victor Feldman
- Piano – Mark Jordan
- Producer – Lenny Waronker, Ted Templeman
- Vocals – Sal Valentino
- Written-By – Butch Engle (tracks: A2, A4, B2, B5), Ron Elliott
|BS 2842||The Beau Brummels||The Beau Brummels (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||BS 2842||US||1975|
|BS 2842||The Beau Brummels||The Beau Brummels (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||BS 2842||Canada||1975|
|TX 2027- 2 TA||The Beau Brummels||The Beau Brummels (CD, Album, Ltd, RE)||Taxim Records||TX 2027- 2 TA||Germany||1996|
|BS 2842||The Beau Brummels||The Beau Brummels (LP, Album, Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||BS 2842||US||1975|
|WB M8 2842||The Beau Brummels||The Beau Brummels (8-Trk)||Warner Bros. Records||WB M8 2842||US||1975|