To Samuel A Son - Gods (The)

To Samuel A Son
NEW REMASTERED EDITION OF THE CLASSIC ALBUM BY THE GODS – FEATURING KEN HENSLEY & LEE KERSLAKE
REMASTERED FROM THE ORIGINAL EMI MASTER TAPES
BOOKLET WITH FULLY RESTORED ARTWORK & ESSAY
Esoteric Recordings are pleased to announce a newly remastered edition of the second and final album by THE GODS. Formed in Hatfield in 1965 by future Rolling Stones guitarist MICK TAYLOR, the band also featured KEN HENSLEY (keyboards, guitar, vocals), JOHN GLASCOCK (bass, vocals), JOE KONAS (guitar, vocals) and LEE KERSLAKE (drums). Originally a blues based band, in 1967 Mick Taylor departed to join JOHN MAYALL’S BLUESBREAKERS and during this period GREG LAKE joined the band briefly, replacing John Glascock on bass. By 1968 the band had signed to EMI’s Columbia label and had settled into a line-up that saw John Glascock return to the band. By this time The Gods had embraced both Psychedelia and Progressive styles.
In 1968 the band released their first album for EMI, "Genesis” (also issued by Esoteric Recordings this month). "To Samuel A Son” was the band’s second album and was a further progression in their style.
This Esoteric Recordings reissue has been newly remastered from the original EMI master tapes and includes a booklet that fully restores the original album artwork and a new essay.

Release Date: 28/1/2013

Our Price: £10.95
Code: ECLEC2369
Weight: 200
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1. TO SAMUEL A SON
2. EIGHT O’CLOCK IN THE MORNING
3. HE’S GROWING
4. STICKING WINGS ON FLIES
5. LADY, LADY
6. PENNY DEAR
7. LONG TIME, SAD TIME, BAD TIME
8. FIVE TO THREE
9. AUTUMN
10. YES I CRY
11. GROOZY
12. MOMMA I NEED
13. CANDLELIGHT
14. LOVELY ANITA

BONUS TRACKS
15. MARIA
16. LONG TIME, SAD TIME, BAD TIME (single version)

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