rcitino wrote:Now, about that Joe E. Covington album, or Jack Traylor and Steelwind...
DonRico1967 wrote:rcitino wrote:Now, about that Joe E. Covington album, or Jack Traylor and Steelwind...
But WHAT do those other GRUNT releases sound like huh!?!?!?!
EmbryonicRabbit68 wrote:edit - Ok I swear to God i hear Marty on When the Earth moves Again.I can faintly hear him throughout the song, very quitely, like it was mixed less loudly, so when innitially hearing it people wouldnt think he was there because hes not on the rest of the album and he was gone.But i swear i hear him!It would only make sense.Because he was showing up to the sessions until April 1971, and the song was recorded before then.
EmbryonicRabbit68 wrote:PS: On When The Earth Moves Again, did anyone slightly hear Marty at the end??The harmonies are Grace, Paul and i believe some Jorma, but at the very end theres a voice i hear that sounds like no one else, closest being Marty, and sounds quite like Marty.It was recorded two months before he left the sessions, so theres a chance he was on it.
plasticfantastic wrote:I can swear that I can hear him on Mau Mau on Blows Against the Empire, but I think that's just my imagination.
EDIT: Question: Who WAS singing that track, because aside from Grace and Paul, I think I also hear Marty, Joey Covington, and David Crosby... They can't all be on there, right? The only other credited vocalist on Mau Mau is Joey Covington, but I'm positive there are more people than that.
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