terça-feira, 18 de junho de 2013

The Butts Band!


The Butts Band came about as a consequence of The Doors trying to find a replacement for Jim Morrison. The remaining Doors were in London in 1973 had auditioned several British singers including Howard Werth (the singer with Audience), Kevin Coyne (from Siren) and Jess Roden (who was the leader of Bronco UK).
Howard Werth rehearsed with the band for a week with a view to stepping into Morrison's shoes. Elektra records founder Jac Holzman favoured Werth as he had at one stage foreseen Audience taking over The Doors' spot on Elektra - but Audience had fallen apart and he now saw Howard and The Doors merging as the new Doors. However, Ray Manzarek eventually called it off and went back to Los Angeles, leaving Densmore and Krieger in London. They began looking for a new project, linking up with Roden, Phil Chen and Roy Davies to form the Butts Band.
In an early interview in Melody Maker or NME Krieger explained the origin of the name: "'Butts Band' equalled a bunch of losers desperate for a gig, hence the tattered speaker on the front cover."
Their debut, the self-titled album The Butts Band was released in 1974. After the pressure of two members living in California and three in London led the band to split (following a low key tour and the odd TV appearance), Krieger and Densmore recruited a second cast of musicians to produce a second album, titled Hear and Now in 1975.


Não adianta muito ficar aqui falando, o melhor é escutar logo.

Depois da morte de Jim Morrison, os membros do The Doors partiram em busca do impossível, encontrar um substituto para o cantor. Dá uma lida e ouve esse belo som!

Desculpe a falta de paciência, mas assim vamos.

É som!







4 comentários:

  1. This is something!

    THANKS!!!

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  2. Hi - Can you reload both of The Butts Band albums please? ThanX!

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