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More Tea Vicar - Mainhorse - More Tea Vicar (Vinyl)

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  1. It seems that its only claim to fame is the fact that Mainhorse was the vinyl debut of a young Patrick Moraz. And it shows: his organ laying is definitely the highlight of this CD. This Swiss band (actually, half Swiss, since two members were englishmen) played a kind of heavy prog quite common at the time, so it is little wonder why it made no impact at all at the musical scene of the period/5(13).
  2. May 03,  · "More Tea Vicar" is a nice, instrumental, somewhat jazzy piece, but it needs to be pointed out the American LP on the Import label omitted this piece, and comes the confusion to many owners thinking "More Tea Vicar" and "God" were accidentally switched. That shattering glass is actually the ending of "God" and not a separate cut/5(91).
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  4. Mainhorse signed originally to Polydor Records in and released their self-titled debut in Along with Patrick Moraz the other musician of note was Bryson Graham who would go on to play with Gary Wright in Wonderwheel and then join Wright in a re formed Spooky Tooth in /5(6).
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  6. Created in by Swiss keyboard player Patrick Moraz, the progressive rock quartet Mainhorse, which also featured the talents of guitarist/violinist/vocalist Peter Lockett, drummer Bryson Graham, and bassist/cellist/vocalist Jean Ristori, released their eponymous lone record on Polydor in The album failed to garner much success outside of the art rock scene and the group split up, with.
  7. Krautrock Jazz-Rock is abundant in this album too. More Tea Vicar is some kind of a jazzy interlude, not very interesting. The last song God is an epic too, but in a Canterbury or Zappa way, more like, so it's a bit loose and too much in the tale, what ever it is. No fooling around anyway, but nice music.
  8. 30 Hertz 30 Hertz Records is an independent record label founded by John ‘Jah Wobble’ Wardle in , on which he has self-released a series of critically acclaimed records. As of , Cherry Red are proud to represent 30 Hertz as part of our family of associated labels. Music Music is a new independent music label set up by Creation Records’ Alan McGee in as a joint.
  9. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of More Tea Vicar on Discogs. Label: Polydor - • Format: Vinyl 7 Mainhorse - More Tea Vicar (, Vinyl) | Discogs5/5(1).

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