Monument ( Zior ) The First Monument 1971 UK, Heavy Progressive Rock

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Monument ( Zior ) The First Monument 1971 UK, Heavy Progressive Rock


 
"Monument" - a group known as the "Zior", but in a different incarnation. Contractual reasons ( they were " assigned " to "Nepentha", a branch of "Philips") "Zior" could not release the album on "Beacon Records" under the present name of the group ... In addition, members of the group are also used aliases and false story ... According to legend, after one of the regular members of the team made ??a libation completely " otvyazny " jam , that is , the guys get drunk to almost complete insanity and thrashed the strings for fun , and as a result has turned this quaint and cute album in terms of music . Nervous , heavy rock riffs , mystical sound - all brought together in a hard progressive , which has attracted the attention of critics and listeners , creating a lot of imitators ...
 
Tracks:

01. Dog Man - 0:00
02. Stale Flesh - 3:23
03. Don't Run Me Down - 7:13
04. Give Me Life - 9:41
05. The Metamorphis Tango - 13:34
06. Boneyard Bumne - 17:30
07. First Taste Of Love - 21:58
08. And She Goes - 25:23
09. Overture For Limp Piano In C - 28:00
10 . I'm Coming Back - 31:30

 
Personnel:

Steve Lowe (Keith Bonsor) - vocals, keyboards
Wes Truvor (John Truba) - guitar
Marve Fletchley (Barry Skeels) - bass
Jake Brewster (Peter Brewer) - drums, percussion
 
Keith Bonsor - producer
Bill Farley - producer

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