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Pete Brown - The Land That Cream Forgot album mp3
Prog-Rock,Soul
  • Performer:
    Pete Brown
  • Title:
    The Land That Cream Forgot
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Prog-Rock,Soul
  • Date of release:
    April 2, 1996
  • Duration:
    01:13:19
  • Size FLAC version
    1872 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1694 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1885 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.6
  • Votes:
    110
  • Formats:
    AIFF WAV DMF MOD AU MP1

Pete Brown & Piblokto!, Pete Brown & The Interoceters, Pete Brown And His Battered Ornaments. Pete Brown (5) & Phil Ryan - The Land That Cream Forgot ‎(CD, Comp).

Brown formed Pete Brown and His Battered Ornaments in 1968 and in 1969 the band recorded two albums; A Meal You Can Shake Hands With In The Dark and Mantlepiece, with a line up including Pete Bailey (percussion), Charlie Hart (keyboards), Dick Heckstall Smith (sax), George Kahn (sax), Roger Potter (bass), Chris Spedding. They began touring in 1993, and a compilation of the two albums was issued on CD as The Land That Cream Forgot (Vintage VIN 8031-2). A new Brown/Ryan album Road of Cobras, including Maggie Bell, Arthur Brown, Mick Taylor and Jim Mullen, is due for release in August 2009. In the 1990s Brown also appeared with The Interoceters, performing his earlier material.

With Phil Ryan) The Land That Cream Forgot, Viceroy Vintage, 1996. Ardours of the Lost Rake, Voiceprint, 2003. Coals to Jerusalem, Voiceprint, 2003. With The Interoceters) Live, Mystic, 2004. Living Life Backwards: The Best of Pete Brown, EMI, 2006. Bright, Kimberly . Chris Spedding: Reluctant Guitar Hero, iUniverse, In. 2006. In 1972 Brown teamed with Graham Bond for the album Two Heads Are Better Than One. He then formed the group Back to the Front, a band featuring keyboardist Ian Lynn that never recorded. In 1983 he released Party in the Rain prior to a long recording hiatus, which was broken in the 1990s with the release of The Land That Cream Forgot, Ardours of the Lost Rake, and Coals to Jerusalem with keyboardist Phil Ryan. Brown also formed the Interoceters, a rotating lineup of musicians who performed songs from Brown's back catalog.

Those Were the Days is a retrospective compilation of music recorded by the British rock band Cream, released on 23 September 1997. It comprises four compact discs and includes almost every studio track released during the band's active lifetime, with the exception of the original "Passing The Time" from Wheels of Fire, and all but three tracks from the live material recorded in 1968 and released on Wheels of Fire, Goodbye, and the two Live Cream volumes of 1970 and 1972

Peter Ronald Brown (25 December 1940) is an English performance poet, lyricist, and singer best known for his collaborations with Cream and Jack Bruce. Brown formed the bands Pete Brown & His Battered Ornaments and Pete Brown & Piblokto! and worked with Graham Bond and Phil Ryan. He also writes film scripts and formed a film production company. Brown was born in Ashtead, Surrey. Before his involvement with music, he was a poet, having his first poem published in the .

Pete Brown and his Battered Ornaments A Meal You Can Shake Hands With in the Dark ( Harvest 1969). Pete Brown & Graham Bond Two Heads Are Better Than One ( 1972). The Not Forgotten Association ( Audiobook, 1973). My Last Tape ( Harvest 1977). Things May Come and Things May Go But The Art School Dance Goes on Forever ( Harvest 1970). Thousands on a Raft ( Harvest 1970). The Land That Cream Forgot (1996 ). Coals to Jerusalem (2003). Road of Cobras (2010).

Land That Cream Forgot. If you are a Pete Brown fan, then you will most likely include this in your collection. But it truth it lacks any strong songs, although his vocal content is still as good if not better than his Battered Ornaments period. Brown is better than this unless his ideas are running out, so if you have bought this as your entry into his music, go back a bit for your own sake. Most are not worth the bother to have found, although not all.

Credits

Bimbo Acock - Saxophone
Robert Bond - Drums, Percussion
Pete Brown - Composer, Liner Notes, Percussion, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Pete Brown - Performer
Claude Deppa - Trumpet
Adam Fuest - Engineer
Paul Gamblin - Guitar
Helen Hardy - Vocals (Background)
Dick Heckstall-Smith - Saxophone
Bob Jenkins - Drums
Damon Jones - Engineer
Peter Ker - Engineer, Producer
Ephraim Lewis - Vocals (Background)
John McKenzie - Bass, Guitar, Producer
Jim Mullen - Guitar
Ed Poole - Bass, Vocals (Background)
Phil Ryan - Composer, Keyboards, Performer, Primary Artist, Producer, Synthesizer Bass
Cathy Tozer - Vocals (Background)
Jessie Walker - Vocals (Background)
David Watkins - Guitar
Alan Weekes - Guitar, Vocals (Background)
Dave Wilcox - Engineer
David Wilcox - Engineer
James Wraith - Vocals (Background)

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Ordinary Man Pete Brown feat: Phil Ryan 4:55
2 Brain Money Pete Brown Pete Brown feat: Phil Ryan 4:48
3 Money Hymn Pete Brown / Phil Ryan Pete Brown feat: Phil Ryan 4:21
4 Armoured Priest Pete Brown feat: Phil Ryan 5:23
5 They Call Me the Blob Pete Brown / Phil Ryan Pete Brown feat: Phil Ryan 4:35
6 Don't Take Your Fish to the Swimming Pool Pete Brown feat: Phil Ryan 6:03
7 A Hint of Blonde Pete Brown feat: Phil Ryan 5:07
8 What'll It Be? Pete Brown feat: Phil Ryan 5:21
9 Consuming Passions Pete Brown feat: Phil Ryan 4:46
10 Dark City Pete Brown / Phil Ryan Pete Brown feat: Phil Ryan 4:45
11 Holy Smoke Pete Brown feat: Phil Ryan 5:09
12 London's Burning Pete Brown / Phil Ryan Pete Brown feat: Phil Ryan 4:09
13 Mr. Night Pete Brown / Phil Ryan Pete Brown feat: Phil Ryan 4:01
14 I Begin With You Pete Brown feat: Phil Ryan 5:06
15 Hard to Say Pete Brown / Phil Ryan Pete Brown feat: Phil Ryan 4:50