The embrooks - riding a wave - yellow glass perspections (2004).
another productive day at North Down Sound with Tom Hodges channeling his inner Ian Anderson/Roland Kirk/Ron Burgundy, laying down some sweet flute!! Quincy Jones - SOUL BOSSA NOVA.
Yellow Glass Perspections.
The Embrooks has not only caught the sound and the feel perfectly of those mod-rocking, edelic combos of 1966-68, but also, with their lyrical maturity and confident sense of song construction, arrangement and the potential of the studio, they possess something of the natural zeitgeist, with a strong purpose as to what it means to be living and breathing. It is an album pierced by Alessandro Cozzi-Lepri’s brilliantly electrified guitar playing, plus a great commanding display in both rhythmic components – that’s the bass guitar and the drums I’m talking about, both scintillatingly inflicted upon us by Matthew Mole Lambert, and Lois Tozer, respectively, and all of which helps to churn up the totally captivating atmosphere that’s happening. Overall I think that it is a tight battle between the new one and the previous Yellow Glass Perspections on Munster Records.
The Embrooks have picked up where they left off back in 2004 on their second album Yellow Glass Perspections, while expanding their sound somewhat with organ and flute here and there. This is definitely a welcome, positive and long-overdue comeback. England’s premiere three-piece Freakbeat band reunited in 2016 with their fine Nightmare, Helen single, and the a-side is included on We Who Are. It’s only fitting that a full-length album should follow – albeit, after a two-year wait. Still, it was worth the wait. Everyone sounds refreshed and ready to rock out here
Freakbeat legends, The Embrooks, are back with their first longplayer since 2004’s Yellow Glass Perspections!! We Who Are delivers 12 new tracks, recorded at State Records’ custom-built 8-track recording facility, North Down Sound. We Who Are. The Embrooks. Limited to 1000 Copies. 180 Gram Vinyl with CD Version and Download packaged in front-laminated gatefold flipback-style sleeve. Notify me. Freakbeat legends, The Embrooks, are back with their first longplayer since 2004’s Yellow Glass Perspections!!
Title: Yellow Glass Perspections Performer: Embrooks, The Год: 2019 Jul 05 Genre: Rock music Style: Garage Rock Psychedelic Rock This album was released on lable Munster Records (catalog num MRCD 254) Country: Spain Duration: 09:17:29 Format of the release is: CD, Album Format/codec: tracks, MP3 Audio bitrate: 320 kbps. The album included the following session artists: Bass, Vocals Mole (6). Drums Lois Tozer. Guitar, Vocals Alessandro Cozzi Lepri.
|1||Happy Fickle Girl||The Embrooks|
|3||Back in My Mind||The Embrooks|
|4||The Twisted Musings of Sir Dempster P. Orbitron (Deceased)||The Embrooks|
|5||Riding a Wave||The Embrooks|
|6||Nothing's Gonna Work||The Embrooks|
|7||Emilia Burrows||The Embrooks|
|8||Feel Like Flying||The Embrooks|
|9||A Note in My Drawer||The Embrooks|
|10||Show Me a Little Smile||The Embrooks|
|11||Children of Tomorrow||The Embrooks|
|12||The Time Was Wrong||The Embrooks|