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Friday, March 21, 2014

Spider - Labyrinths (1972 us, incredible swamp psych folk rock, 2013 korean remaster)

Short live US band, release their only album "Labyrinths" in 1972. A great example of swamp psych rock melted with spiritual folk country and classic rock tunes, with male / female stunning vocals, also need to mention the plethora of excellent guest musicians.  

1. May 16th (Dan Moore) - 3:03
2. Alice In Wonderland (Hoyt Axton) - 2:28
3. It's Alright (Alan Parker) - 2:58
4. Little Love Song (Michael Deasy) - 1:55
5. Tell Me That You Love Me (Michael Clough) - 4:16
6. Southwind (Jeff Thomas) - 3:48
7. Pass It On (Michael Clough) - 3:32
8. Can't Let You Go (Alan Parker) - 3:55
9. Puppets (Michael Deasy) - 2:45
10.Revival (Jeff Thomas) - 3:34
11.Burnin' (L. Knechtel, M. Deasy) - 3:05

*Karen Brian - Vocals
*Michael Clough - Vocals
*Rusty Cope - Bass
*Michael Crowley - Piano, Vocals
Additional Musicians
*Jim Keltner - Drums
*Lee Sklar - Bass
*Max Bennett - Bass
*Carl Radle - Bass
*Jim Gordon - Drums
*Mike Deasy - Guitar
*Alan Parker - Guitar
*Red Rhodes - Steel Guitar
*Larry Knechtel - Keyboards
*Allan Beutler - Sax
*Jim Horn - Sax, Horn Arrangements
*Jack Kelson - Sax
*Chuck Findley - Trumpet
*Ollie Mitchell - Trumpet
*Dick “Slyde” Hyde - Trombone
*Gary Coleman - Percussion
*King Errisson - Congas
*Rita Jean Bodine - Background Vocals
*Kathy Deasy - Background Vocals
*Venetta Fields - Background Vocals
*Gwen Johnson - Background Vocals
*Clydie King - Background Vocals
*Dee Barton - String Arrangements

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