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Thursday, March 5, 2015

Joyous Noise - Joyous Noise (1971 us, strong melodic folk country swamp rock, 2012 korean remaster)

The contents of this album are meant to be a combination of music, positivism and thoughtfulness aimed at both gut and the mind.  Joyous Noise formed in the Spring of 1971. Their individual experiences are considerable in number and scope and their collective axperience a key to their ensemble ability.

Joyous Noise have been bringing audiences to their feet to dance on tables, chairs, floors and other available surfaces. This record may get you up on yours, moving, thinking and having a high old time. It will tell you what you need to know about Joyous Noise, and it may tell you something about yourself.
by Jim Bickhart (Original album sleeve notes)

1. Joyous Noise (Part 1) (Lee Montgomery) - 2:25
2. Music Song (Lance Wakely) - 4:23
3. Lady Beside Me (Marc McClure) - 4:28
4. Funky Lady (Lee Montgomery) - 5:15
5. Question Of Direction (Ron Elliott, Gary Downey) - 4:26
6. Never Been To Spain (Hoyt Axton) - 4:35
7. Lost Man (Lance Wakely, Gabe Lapano) - 4:15
8. If People Could Just Get Together (Lance Wakely) - 4:00
9. Joyous Noise (Part 2) (Lee Montgomery) - 2:45

Joyous Noise
*Lee Montgomery - Vocals
*Lance Wakely - Guitar, Vocals
*Marc McClure - Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Vocals
*Dennis Dragon - Drums
*Happy Smith - Bass
*Ricardo Rincorn - Congas, Percussion
*Joyous Noise Chorus - Vocals

1972  Joyous Noise - Wanderingman (2012 korean remaster)

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Alexandr said...

Thanks, Marios!

kobilica said...

Superb album.Thanks a lot"MARIOS"...

Woody said...

Thankx a lot.

mscmichael said...

Thanks a lot...

Psychedelic-Rocknroll said...

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Psychedelic-Rocknroll said...

thank you my friend!

Unknown said...

fab album, thanks for the listen and the write up