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VA - Music From Free Creek (1973/2006) [Blues Rock]; mp3, 320 kbps

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VA - Music From Free Creek (1973/2006) [Blues Rock]; mp3, 320 kbps

Unread postby Mike1985 » 07 Jun 2022, 19:01

Artist: Various
Album: Music From Free Creek
Genre: Blues Rock
Released: 1973/2006
Quality: mp3, 320 kbps
  1. Cissy Strutt (Jeff Beck Session)
  2. Freedom Jazz dance (Keith Emerson session)
  3. Sympathy for the devil (Harvey Mandel Session)
  4. Mother nature's son (Keith Emerson session)
  5. Road song (Eric Clapton Session)
  6. Lay lady lay (Moogy Klingman session)
  7. Hey Jude (Moogy Klingman session)
  8. He darked the sun (Linda Ronstadt Session)
  9. Earle's shuffle (Harvey Mandel Session)
  10. Getting back to Molly (Eric Clapton Session)
  11. Cherry Picker (Jeff Beck Session)
  12. Kilpartrick's defeat (Moogy Klingman session)
  13. The girl from Ipanema (Harvey Mandel Session)
  14. No one knows (Eric Clapton Session)
  15. Living like a fool (Linda Ronstadt Session)
  16. Working in the coalmine (Jeff Beck Session)
  17. Big city woman (Jeff Beck Session)
  18. On the rebound (Keith Emerson session)


Music From Free Creek is an album from a series of 1969 "super session" recordings by Free Creek, a group composed of a number of internationally renowned musical artists of the time, including Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Keith Emerson, Mitch Mitchell and Linda Ronstadt. As described by one reviewer, "Music From Free Creek is a super session album, where the musicians are playing for the fun of it, and that comes across. The material doesn't get bogged down in 'names'; it just flows."

The recordings, made in 1969, were released in 1973 in England as CADS 101 by Charisma Records and in the U.S. by Buddah Records, as a two-record set. The material was re-released by Charisma in 1976, as Summit Meeting. It was released on CD by Lake Eerie Records in 2002, and re-released by the same company in 2006. The 2006 CD states on its inlay card Digitally Remastered, but there is no other information to support this claim - the CD states only 1973 as production date, with 2006 added as a copyright date.

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