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Teenage Licks is a total success as it is filled with energy, thanks to the exceptional vocal parts by Maggie Bell but also the brilliant guitarist Leslie Harvey. Teenage Licks is considered the fans' favourite album Ontinuous Performance is their fourth album, substantially already finished when Leslie's accident occurred.
Therefore, we hardly hear the guitar of the new guitarist, only present on the track, 'Sunset Cowboy' - a tribute to Leslie, which is very emotional. For the rest we are in familiar territory: 'King Tut' is an all instrumental and boiling in swing, Leslie soaring with his instrument during a performance of unforgettable beauty, the title inspired by the Tutankhamen exhibition at the British Museum. There's funky abandon to Les Harvey's riffs and Colin Allen's drumming that feel so relaxed in the brass-splashed paean to drugs 'Mr.
Wizard,' yet their bluesy flow infuse 'Faces' and Dylan's 'Don't Think Twice' with a spiritual uplift, whereas the live rendition of Freddie King's 'Going Down' redresses the balance. But acoustic fibre of 'Seven Lakes' offers a perfect ride into the sunset, its jazzy gauze pointing to the band's swan song: 'Ontinuous Performance. It was also a fall for the group as Harvey's demise sucked the soul of them and, as being cold couldn't be an option for STC, the quintet broke up soon to never return.
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Stone the Crows Format: Vinyl. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Bittersweet Playful Quirky. But the band never really recovered from the loss and eventually abandoned ship. Have Album) to sell? Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Register a free business account. View my complete profile.
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