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Monday, November 25, 2019

Mystic Number National Bank - Mystic Number National Bank (1969 us, awesome blues psych rock, 2013 remaster)



Formed in Kansas City. Specializing in hard-edged psychedelic blues and propelled by Sebbo's fine guitar work, their sole album was taped in New York and appeared in 1969, but promptly sank without trace, upon which Walters joined The Hoodoo Rhythm Devils.


Tracks
1. Blues Jam (Russ Booth, Bob Sebbo, Glenn Walters, Dave Lorenz) - 2:23
2. Good Love (Bob Sebbo, Glenn Walters) - 2:41
3. It Will Break Your Heart (Bob Sebbo) - 2:47
4. AC/DC (Russ Booth, Bob Sebbo, Glenn Walters, Dave Lorenz, Dick Weissman) - 1:44
5. St. James Infirmary (Irving Harold Mills) - 7:55
6. Beautician Blues (B.B. King, Jules Taub) - 2:23
7. Umbrellas (Bob Sebbo, Glenn Walters) - 3:40
8. Ginger Man (Geoff Muldaur) - 2:58
9. Big Boy (Bob Sebbo) - 3:32
10.Blues So Bad (Russ Booth, Bob Sebbo, Glenn Walters, Dave Lorenz) - 3:38

Mystic Number National Bank
*Glenn Walters – Percussion, Vocals
*Bob Sebbo - Lead Guitar
*Dave Lorenz - Rhythm Guitar
*Russ Booth - Bass

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3 comments:

kobilica said...

Awesome!This gem is one from my whish list and I thank you "MARIOS" for sharing this rare kind of music (albums)...There are two great albums on my list and you my post them in the future. First PACIFIC OCEAN -Same '68 CD-Early down 2018. Second SNAKE EYE-The journey'70 CD Angel air 2016 fantastic twin guitars.Have a nice day...

Anonymous said...

this album is great. Thanks for posting. Never heard of them before...

Gandalf said...

The problem with this one-shot was mostly in the singing - the guy is completely tuneless in his approach. Little lead guitar, and what there is, is uncreative. I actually bought this back in 1971 because I liked the cover. Was very disappointed.