Atomic Rooster: Little Live Rooster

Atomic Rooster SKU: 32162448
Atomic Rooster: Little Live Rooster

Atomic Rooster: Little Live Rooster

Atomic Rooster SKU: 32162448

Format: CD

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Title: Little Live Rooster
Artist: Atomic Rooster
Label: Gonzo
UPC: 5060230869490
Genre: Rock

When THE CRAZY WORLD OF ARTHUR BROWN disintegrated after their sole album and their worldwide hit "Fire" ("I am the god of hellfire") Vincent Crane (responsible for the music of that album) and Carl Palmer founded Atomic Rooster with Nick Graham on bass and vocals. This line-up soon disintegrated (Palmer abandoning them to join ELP), and Crane contacted guitarist John DuCann, formerly of psych bands THE ATTACK and ANDROMEDA, and drummer Paul Hammond to make a seminal early Heavy Metal masterpiece "Death Walks Behind You", and then they hired the incredible voice, Pete French, to make their finest album "In Hearing Of...". Most people would agree that this was the better line-up of ROOSTER, but the mood was always stormy between Crane and DuCann, so they disbanded at the release of the third album. Vincent Crane had to start from scratch again and hired superb vocalist Chris Farlowe (ex-COLOSSEUM) and other men to make another fine album "Made In England" and finally "Nice and Greasy". This CD captures the band in 1972 and shows them at their blistering best on stage in front of a wildly enthusiastic audience. This is the best official live recording to exist of this line up!

1.1 Break Through 5.54
1.2 Stand By Me 4.47
1.3 People You Can Trust 4.25
1.4 This Name 3.52
1.5 Fevil's Answer 5.39

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