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Christopher Gonzalez

The Dells Vs The Dramatics Rar \/\/FREE\\\\


Great, The Dells! I'll help out in the next few days. Just to make a quick comment (and this is a bit complex). The "Stay In My Corner" album is an early compilation album (augmented by a few new songs that would end up on later albums). "Stay In My Corner" contains songs from the following albums: "It's Not Unusual" (1965), "There Is" (1968), "The Dells' Musical Menu/Always Together" (1969)(yes, both names apply to this album, but it was also released as "Musical Meny" only - same album cover), and finally, one song appeared on "Freedom Means" (1971). Look at this to get a better picture!: _dellsI'll upload a few gaps in the following days (if it's not been taken care of already!). /Chris from Stockholm




The Dells Vs The Dramatics Rar



"Prima Parte" has this dramatic intro before it settles with piano. More dramatics as the guitar comes in after 1 1/2 minutes. Piano follows as the tempo picks up. Guitar and mellotron after 3 minutes then we get vocals for the first time as it settles after 3 1/2 minutes. The rest of the way we get loads of mellotron and different vocal styles as the tempo and mood changes constantly. "Seconde Parte" opens with drums as vocals and mellotron join in. This is good. Almost spoken vocals with piano 2 1/2 minutes in. Mellotron too then it fades as spoken words take over. It builds before 5 minutes with drums, piano and guitar standing out. Like the first side we then get frequent tempo and mood shifts while the vocals, keyboards and mellotron dominate.There's no way I can give this more than 3 stars, but if your into concept albums and RPI then this will probably be right up your alley. social review comments Review PermalinkPosted Wednesday, January 13, 2010 Review this album Report (Review #260754) 350c69d7ab


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