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8 thoughts on “ So Many People To Tell - The Electric Prunes - Just Good Old Rock And Roll (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Five CD box set containing a quintet of albums from the Psychedelic rockers all housed in mini LP sleeves and packaged in a slipcase. Includes the albums I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night), Underground, Mass in F Minor, Release of an Oath and Just Good Old Rock & Roll.
  2. Dec 22,  · Just Good Old Rock and Roll is the fifth studio album by The Electric Prunes, released in It was recorded with a lineup put together by Wilson-Fisher management for David Hassinger, who owned the name, during a period in which the original group was disbanded.5/5(1).
  3. Oct 12,  · 14 Year Old Funk: Love Grows: So Many People To Tell: Finders Keepers, Losers Weepers: Giant Sunhorse: Violent Rose: The Electric Prunes: Just Good Old Rock And Roll referencing Just Good Old Rock And Roll, LP, Album, Promo, RS /5(63).
  4. Aug 15,  · out of 5 stars Electric Prunes - 'Just Good old Rock And Roll' (Collector's Choice) Reviewed in the United States on September 16, As it (turns out) the first half of this lp was, indeed recorded by a couple of the original members of Electric Prunes line-up - but the second half was done by members of the Canadian band Chilliwack/5(10).
  5. Jul 11,  · That the resultant Just Good Old Rock and Roll contained the most amount of self-penned material of all the Electric Prunes albums was not so .
  6. The Electric Prunes Format: Vinyl. Just Good Old Rock & Roll The Electric Prunes. out of 5 stars $ Underground even if only part of the album was done by the 'prunes' and last half of the album done by a canadian band. it still ranks as one of the best. an artful attempt to blend religious/secular works through rock music/5(43).
  7. Not perfect, but for a heavy rock album from , "Just Good Old Rock And Roll" is about as good as you'll find. Too bad they didn't last into the mid-'70's with this (or any) lineup, because it would have been interesting to see where the Prunes would've gone in the era of heavy rock/5(5).
  8. The musicianship is surprisingly good here, simply because you expect so little from a relatively obscure, mid's band with just 1 and 1/2 hits. Ken Williams' fuzz-tone guitar is turned up to maximum blast, and James Lowe provides consistantly strong vocals/5(22).

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