- Performer:Mighty Baby
- Title:Mighty Baby
- Date of release:1969
- Size FLAC version1246 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1223 megabytes
- Size WMA version1440 megabytes
- Formats:RA AIFF AU AAC XM AUD
Mighty Baby (Originally Head HDLS 6002). Producer – Guy Stevens, Mighty Baby. Remastered By, Transferred By – David Young. Written-By – Alan King (3) (tracks: 1 to 8), Ian Whiteman, Martin Stone (2) (tracks: 1 to 8), Mike Evans (tracks: 1 to 8), Roger Powell (2) (tracks: 1 to 8). Notes. Released between 1999 and 2002.
Mighty Baby biography UK act MIGHTY BABY was formed in 1968, featuring several members of the newly disbanded outfit The Action. They hit the studio right away, and had an album ready by the end of '68, which eventually was released at the tail end of 1969 on the Head Records label. During 1970 many of the members in the band converted to Islam, and when their second album A Jug of Love appeared in 1971, the alteration in religious and philosophical view by the band's members had also affected their stylistic expression, resulting in a vastly different sophomore effort
Mighty Baby - The Sailor feat Mighty Baby, а также рингтоны на звонок и все новые треки. Mighty Baby – I Am Your Suitcase Lover feat Mighty Baby. Mighty Mike Schermer – Baby Don't Stop. Mighty Baby – The Purple Cadger feat Mighty Baby. Les Wilson, The Mighty Houserockers – Since I Met You Baby. Mighty Sam McClain – I Just Came To Get My Baby (Out Of Jail). Baby Huey – Mighty, Mighty. Mighty Baby – A Friend You Know But Never See. 5:40. Mighty Baby Mighty Baby 1969 – Same Way From The Sun. 4:52. Steve Howell & The Mighty Men – Come Back Baby. Mighty Joe Young – Rock Me Baby.
Mighty Baby - Mighty Baby Live! (1971), UK @APE. Mighty Baby - Mighty Baby Live!. Mighty Baby Live Back. Mighty Baby - ''Live In The Attic'' (2001), UK.
BPM Profile Mighty Baby. Album starts at 132BPM, ends at BPM (-132), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Mighty Baby.
The Ill Eagles" (Demos) by Mighty Baby, released 11 January 2013 1. Last Call Waltz 2. Oscilloscope 3. Bootlegger 4. Tide. Includes high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Paying supporters also get unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app. Purchasable with gift card.
It contains the complete Mighty Baby album from Head Records, expanded to 13 tracks with the addition of five tracks cut by the Action during its 1967 transition period. The opening number, "Egyptian Tomb," sets the tone for the entire album - in terms of content, structure, and beat, it sounds like the early Allman Brothers, or maybe the Grateful Dead in one of their harder-rocking moments, jamming with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young on an impromptu version of CSN's "Pre-Road Downs.
CreditsAndy - Package Design
Keith Davis - Graphic Design
Michael Evans - Bass
Alan "Bam" King - Composer
Mighty Baby - Primary Artist, Producer
Keith Morris - Photography
Roger Powell - Drums
John Reed - Liner Notes
Peter Sanders - Photography
Martin Sharp - Cover Design
Guy Stevens - Producer
Martin Stone - Guitar, Slide Guitar
Ian Whiteman - Flute, Organ, Percussion, Piano, Saxophone, Vocals
David Young - Post Production
|1||Egyptian Tomb Alan "Bam" King||Mighty Baby||5:28|
|2||A Friend You Know But Never See Alan "Bam" King||Mighty Baby||4:27|
|3||I've Been Down So Long Alan "Bam" King||Mighty Baby||5:09|
|4||Same Way from the Sun Alan "Bam" King||Mighty Baby||5:40|
|5||House Without Windows Alan "Bam" King||Mighty Baby||6:13|
|6||Trials of a City Alan "Bam" King||Mighty Baby||6:01|
|7||I'm from the Country Alan "Bam" King||Mighty Baby||4:52|
|8||At a Point Between Fate and Destiny Alan "Bam" King||Mighty Baby||4:47|
|9||Only Dreaming||Mighty Baby||3:19|
|10||Dustbin Full of Rubbish||Mighty Baby||2:50|
|11||Understanding Love||Mighty Baby||3:53|
|12||Favourite Days||Mighty Baby||3:57|
|13||A Saying for Today||Mighty Baby||3:28|