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If so, what's the sound like please. BeechApr 7, Here is the link to the 2-cd set! Location: York, U. Great band! Saw them 2 or 3 times in the late 60's. With one incredible night at Bridlington Spa, East Yorkshire, when I met Roger in the pub across the road before the gig, Album). Great times! FangfossFlyerApr 7, Beech likes this.
Location: Dorset, England. A great band, but a bit hit and miss album wise. My favourite will always be Fearless, which is strong throughout. Roger Chapman was a crazy front man. He threw the bottom half of his mic Running This Family - Denzil - Pub (CD into the audience, cutting someone's forehead open The BishopApr 7, Location: Glos, UK. One of the Album) I should have, Album) didn't, see in the prog era in Bristol They were always seen as rather low-key compared to showier and to be honest, more appealing to a teenager fare such as Curved Air, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd and Jethro Tull all of whom I did see, then.
Subsequently have bought the lot on vinyl and like them all, including the underrated 'Song for Me'. Favourite though is the fabulous Fearless, with those great songs by Poli Palmer, and the magnificent Burning Bridges. There was a vogue for tracks with shimmering mandolins at the time see Rod Stewart's MandolinWind for one, also Autumn Location: Brooklyn, NY.
This thread makes me so happy. I think Family is the most under-appreciated rock band in history. I regularly enjoy their first 5 albums and own Bandstand as well but have never been able to really get into it — I have a feeling I'm going to try again this evening. Most everybody I try to turn on to these guys is really impressed.
Also, their vinyl is so easy to find and for cheap! There can't be many of those floating around! I'd be incensed that they weren't more revered by classic rock enthusiasts if I wasn't reaping the benefits of them being overlooked by all of the amazing-sounding, inexpensive vinyl I get to hoard!! PioneersOverCApr 8, Location: New York. Is the 2 cd set culled from same source material as this massive box set?
BeechMay 23, Location: Red hills of the Mojave Desert. I still need to pick up Bandstandbut I have the first five albums and they're great. About the only record of theirs that didn't really do much for me was It's Only A Movie, but even that has some good tracks on it. How he didn't blow out his lungs years ago is a modern mystery.
CBCMay 24, Gardoarthurprecarious and privit1 like this. Location: Southeastern USA. Wow - just came across this thread.
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