Holy Mackerel, TheThe Holy Mackerel Gold Vinyl Edition
Standouts include the organ-driven, haunting "Scorpio Red," the Chicago-esque "Bitter Honey" (written by Williams and Roger Nichols prior to their smash-hits "Rainy Days and Mondays" and "We've Only Just Begun") and an early, folk version of "The Lady Is Waiting" (Williams re-recorded the song on his 1972 album Life Goes On).
The group's original line up was as eclectic as the album's song selection: joining Paul Williams was his brother Mentor Williams (who would go on to author Dobie Gray's hit "Drift Away"), original Jefferson Airplane bassist Bob Harvey (who contributed "Wildflowers" to the album), guitarist George Hiller (who later played on Williams' 1970 solo-debut Someday Man), flautist Cynthia Fitzpatrick, and former Turtles drummer Don Murray. Though the group's sound may have become more refined if pop music history had been blessed with a follow up Holy Mackerel album, liner notes contributor Richard Barone notes that Williams' sound is "the driving force [on this album]...that would soon break him through the top of the charts."
This official reissue was mastered from the original 2-track tapes
The „Bitter Honey" translucent gold vinyl edition also features brand-new liner notes from the Someday Man himself Paul Williams plus additional notes from legendary producer and Bongos frontman Richard Barone.
|Artist:||Holy Mackerel, The|
|Titel:||The Holy Mackerel Gold Vinyl Edition|
|Label:||Ship To Shore|
|Format:||Vinyl LP, Vinyl, LP|
|Pressung:||US – Original|
|Genre:||Rock / Indie|
|Preis:||29,99 € 26,99 €|
|Gewicht:||250g (plus 250g Verpackung)|