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Tuesday, June 9, 2015

The Quinaimes Band - The Quinaimes Band (1971 us, great rural psych classic rock with acid drops, 2008 edition)

US band formed and recorded their self titled album in New York City, musically the were a crossline between Byrds, Neil Young, Al Kooper, C. C. Revival and Steppenwolf.

Members were Kenny Pine (Fugs), Danny Mansolino and Mike Rosa (from The Myddle Class), Dave Palmer as vocalist who also played with The Myddle Class, he may have had the biggest success as an early vocalist with Steely Dan.

Jerry Burnham was band's fiddler he worked with acts like, The Strangers, James Taylor and the Flying Machine, Jake and the Family Jewels, The Fifth Ave. Band. Album included collaborations of some great session musicians such as Danny Kortchmar, Richard Greene among others.

1. Try Me One More Time (David Bromberg) - 3:37
2. Look To Yourself (Danny Mansolino, David Palmer) - 3:43
3. Green Rolling Hills Of West Virginia (Bruce Phillips) - 4:08
4. Visions Of Johanna (Bob Dylan) - 4:34
5. Don't Take No (Danny Mansolino, Dave Palmer) - 3:34
6. Love Brings The Best Out In A Man (Gus Andrews) - 3:30
7. Don't Knock (Roebuck "Pops" Staples, Wesley Westbrook) - 2:46
8. Tell Me What You See From There (Danny Mansolino, David Palmer) - 6:19
9. Queequeg (Danny Mansolino, David Palmer) - 4:09
10.Falling Star (Danny Mansolino, David Palmer) - 5:54

The Quinaimes Band
*David Palmer - Vocals
*Jerry Burnham - Bass, Fiddle, Vocals
*Danny Mansolino - Keyboards, Organ, Piano, Vocals
*Kenny Pine - Guitar, Vocals
*Mike Rosa - Drums
Guest Musicians
*Richard Greene - Fiddle, Violin
*Richard Grando - Saxophone
*Allan "Jake" Jacobs - Guitar
*Danny Kortchmar - Guitar
*Daniel Ben Zebulon - Drums, Congas
*Bill Keith - Pedal Steel Guitar

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mscmichael said...

Never heard this one before. Thanks very much...

Alexandr said...

Thanks, Marios.

kobilica said...

Some great rare albums "MARIOS" you post these days.I'm grateful to you.Cheers...

chico said...

Realy great Lp here,Thanks Marios.

Frank Grimaldi said...

This band played in the Brooklyn Band Shell as a part of the WNEW concert series in the Parks in the early 70s. That was the first and the last I heard of them. I remembered I really enjoyed their set - but that's all I remember.