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Remastered by Sean Magee at Abbey Road Studios
After this first album, Bobbie moved into a more MOR groove, which in a way makes this such a stand out and important album. Very highly recommended especially as it has now been re-mastered at Abbey Road by Sean Magee.
A linchpin release in 1967, this album defined the genre known as acid-rock. Country Joe and The Fish's debut album, was one of the first psychedelic albums to come out of San Francisco in 1967. Many timed their acid trips to peak during Country Joe and The Fish performances at The Avalon or The Fillmore, where they were frequent performers.
A Baroque Delight for the Ears.
Biber did not have this work printed, unlike most of his compostions. The whole thing was able to pass as a musical amusement but to the ears and eyes of outside listeners it would seem like amateur nonsense.
Sonically, this record - made in 1956/57 - is one of the best ever produced by DECCA. The listener is literally swept off his or her feet.
Also at CLIFF WALK was Abbey Lincoln, who in the past year has broken completely free of her former image as a sultry supper club puppet and is now bitingly, boldly herself. Her pungent, proudly self-assertive TAIN'T NOBODY'S BIZNESS here is one of her freest performances on record.
Anyone who does not have this record on their to listen to list is totally missing out.
Capitol has tried to caputre Louis' "in person" spirit on this album, has tried to recreate as closely as possible what really happens at "three o'clock in the morning at the Sarhara." That this recording venture has been a success is best attested to by Louis himself, with his jubilant "That's us, man!"