PSICO BR Disco e Posters Psicodélicos

domingo, 8 de abril de 2018

BARNABUS - Barnabus [1971 UK Hard Rock Blues]


ALBUM SUPER RARO DE UMA BANDA QUE GRAVOU APENAS ESSAS CANÇÕES QUE SÓ DEPOIS DE ANOS FORAM RECUPERADAS!! A BANDA COMEÇOU TOCANDO COVERS DE BANDA COMO BLACK SABBATH, TRAPEZEE E DEEP PURPLE, MAS EM POUCO TEMPO FIZERAM SUAS PRÓPRIAS CANÇÕES!! ABRIRAM SHOWS DE BANDA EDGAR BROUGHTON BAND E TRAPEZE!! A BANDA SE SEPAROU EM 1972, MAS FOI REFORMADA EM 2009 PARA FAZER SHOWS BENEFICENTES!! VENENO RARÍSSIMO!!

The rock band Barnabus formed in 1970, in Leamington Spa, when pop covers band the Jay Bee Kay Pees split. Lead guitarist John Storer and bass guitarist Keith Hancock, enrolled drummer Tony Cox from the also recently defunct Rockin' Chair Blues Band. Barnabus started out playing covers from bands such as Black Sabbath, Trapeze, Deep Purple, to name but a few, but before long they progressed to writing their own numbers, with the help of a young lyricist/poet called Les Bates. They played all over the local area and in London. They were the support act for several "name" bands of the time - Man, Edgar Broughton, Trapeze. They even supported Hawkwind at the Coventry Locarno, and in 1971 recorded an album at Monty Bird's studios, in Snitterfield near Stratford Upon Avon. Barnabus won the Midlands heat of the Melody Maker Rock & Folk contest, in 1972, where the judges were Ozzy Osbourne and Tony Iommi. The band eventually split up a year later, but reformed for a few charity gigs in 2009. All the members now play in other bands, but still play the occasional gig together. The band were promoted by their booking agents as Barnabas Legge although the band stuck with Barnabus themselves.

BARNABUS - America [UK 1971]
https://youtu.be/ezUoGcg36fg


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