Sunday, November 9, 2014

Maggie Bell - Suicide Sal (1975) (Vinyl Rip)

Year: 1975 (LP 1975)
Label: Polydor Records (UK), 2383-313
Style: Blues-Rock, Soul
Country: UK
Time: 38:38
Format: Flac Tracks 16/44,1
Size: 253 Mb

She then rejoined Harvey, forming Power initially known as The Power of Music and eventually The Power. Bell and The Power regularly performed at The Easterhouse Project, run by Archie Hind and Graeme Noble. They also toured United States Air Force bases Germany in the mid 1960s. Peter Grant, who was managing The Yardbirds at the time, heard Power playing at one of these bases and agreed to produce and manage them, impressed by the vocal ability of Bell and the guitar playing of Harvey. Power was then renamed as Stone the Crows, an expression used by Grant upon hearing this band.
Stone the Crows split up in 1973, after Leslie Harvey's accidental death from electrocution on 2 May 1972. Harvey had been an integral part of the band and its music. Peter Grant remained as Bell's manager after the split, and along with Mark London offered to help Bell record a solo album. She subsequently recorded two further albums for Atlantic Records, one produced by Felix Pappalardi and the other produced by Felix Cavaliere. Neither has yet been released. Grant then oversaw her first solo album release Queen of the Night (1973), which was recorded in New York City with record producer Jerry Wexler.
Matrix side 1: 2383313 A//1 420 05, Side 2: 2383313 B//1 420 05

01. A1 Wishing Well (03:36)
02. A2 Suicide Sal (03:47)
03. A3 I Was In Chains (03:03)
04. A4 If You Don't Know (03:56)
05. A5 What You Got (02:54)
06. A6 In My Life (03:08)
07. B1 Comin' On Strong (04:07)
08. B2 Hold On (04:48)
09. B3 I Saw Him Standing There (04:21)
10. B4 It's Been So Long (04:31)

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