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Odin-Live At Maxim-'71 progressive rock/hard rock-NEW CD

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Odin-Live At Maxim-'71 progressive rock/hard rock-NEW CD

Odin-Live At Maxim-'71-NEW CD

Odin

Live At Maxim.

NEW CD,

(Long Hair Music - LHC57)

 

Odin is a progressive rock/hard rock band from London, England, United Kingdom, that was formed in 1971. The band consisted of German keyboard player Jeff Beer, Dutch guitarist Rob Terstall plus English bassist Ray Brown and English drummer Stuart Fordham, who both had played in Honest Truth. The band split up in 1974.


This live concert from September 1971 is an impressive documentation of ODIN during the bands identification process. ODIN, well-known because of their album on Vertigo. Founded in summer 1971, ODIN played, beside their own material, covers of Frank Zappa, King Crimson, Neil Young and others. On this CD you have Neil Young titles such as 'Ohio' and 'Cinammon Girl' King Crimsons classic '21th Century Schizoid Man' Zappa's 'Oh No' and 'Peaches En Regalia' special ODIN versions. Also, ODINs 'Silver Dollar' a 20-minutes long epic (not on the album and not on the CD "SWF SESSION 1973"). A breath-taking concert by top-flight soloists with an insatiable musical appetite, remarkable power and instrumental virtuosity. Digitally remastered from original tape. Booklet comes with personal liner notes by bandleader Jeff Beer and a lot of rare and previous unseen photos, ca. 70 minutes. A must for all lovers of the genre!

The German/Dutch band Odin are best known for their one release on German Vertigo. This is an interesting release of mostly cover tunes (Neil Young! Frank Zappa, King Crimson) from early in their career. Decent sound considering the age of the recordings, but definitely on the 'good bootleg' side.

"This live concert is an impressive documentation of Odin, captured at the birth of the band¿s search for its individual identity. The four musicians had agreed to cast in their lots and devote themselves to playing progressive rock professionally. This was the plan. Rob Terstall, Ray Brown and Stuart Fordham had played together in the band Honest Truth and got along well personally and musically. The recent addition of organist Jeff Beer opened up new possibilities and changed the band chemistry. Their plan to create something unique and original presented quite a challenge and exciting as it was, the outcome was uncertain. Would it be possible to make their plan a reality? Their selection of repertoire quickly showed that Odin was not geared towards the mainstream sounds of the day, but was drawn to the progressive mainstays of the time; Frank Zappa and The Mothers, Robert Fripp¿s King Crimson, Yes, Soft Machine, Van Der Graaf Generator, Gentle Giant, John McLaughlin and Quatermass."

"Odin was a group of top flight soloists, each with an insatiable musical appetite, each looking for a challenge. We wanted to get onstage as quickly as possible to sound out the band¿s potential and to grow together musically. A band can only find itself playing live. It is the eternal initiation. For this reason we selected the best material possible that fit our instrumentation and we made this our starting point, our runway. Later on we gradually introduced our own compositions. Eventually, in autumn 1971 Odin appeared in front of an audience and our first concerts were staged at the Maxim, in Schweinfurt."-Jeff Beer, January 2007

 
Odin (3) ‎– Live At The Maxim
Label:
Long Hair ‎– LHC00057
Format:
CD, Album, Remastered
Country:
Germany
Released:
2007
Genre:
Rock
Style:
Prog Rock
Tracklist

1     Oh No

    Written-By – Frank Zappa

    6:34
2     Man Of Reason

    Written-By – Enrico Rosenbaum

    3:03
3     Ohio

    Written-By – Neil Young

    4:09
4     Silver Dollar

    Written-By – ODIN*

    18:55
5     My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama

    Written-By – Frank Zappa

    4:46
6     Gemini

    Written-By – Steve Hammond (2)

    8:03
7     Cinnamon Girl

    Written-By – Neil Young

    3:31
8     Little House

    Written-By – Frank Zappa

    4:30
9     Peaches En Regalia

    Written-By – Frank Zappa

    6:07
10     21th Century Schizoid Man

    Written-By – Greg Lake, Ian McDonald, Michael Giles, Peter Sinfield, Robert Fripp

    10:08
Companies, etc.

    Recorded At – Maxim, Schweinfurt
    Manufactured By – www.HandleWithCare.de
    Licensed To – Malesch Records
    Licensed To – Long Hair

Credits

    Artwork [Additional] – shapefruit AG
    Coordinator – Manfred Steinheuer
    Drums – Stuart Fordham
    Liner Notes – Jeff Beer
    Liner Notes [Translations By] – Dr. Martina Häusler
    Photography By – Jeff Beer
    Producer – Odin (3)
    Remastered By [Digital] – Jörg Scheuermann
    Vocals, Bass – Ray Brown (5)
    Vocals, Guitar – Rob Terstall
    Vocals, Organ – Jeff Beer

Notes
Recorded Live at the Maxim, Schweinfurt, Germany, September 1971.
Dedicated to the memory of Stuart Fordham († October 12th, 2003)

on flipside: LHC00057
on back insert (boxed) and CD: Long Hair LHC57
on back insert and CD: LHC0057
Barcode and Other Identifiers

    Barcode (Text): 4 035177 000573
    Barcode (String): 4035177000573


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