- Performer:The Frost
- Title:Rock and Roll Music
- Style:Detroit Rock,Garage Rock,Psychedelic/Garage,Acid Rock
- Date of release:1969
- Recording location:Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI
- Size FLAC version1957 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1322 megabytes
- Size WMA version1831 megabytes
- Formats:AIFF AC3 WMA TTA DXD AHX
Matrix, Runout (Runout Stamp Side A): SVRL19056 1Y//1^420 1 1 2. Matrix, Runout (Runout Stamp Side B): SVRL19056 2Y//1^420 1 1 1.
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Rock and Roll Music - 2:46 2. Sweet Lady Love - 3:00 3. Linda - 3:03 4. Black Train - 2:40 5. Help Me Baby - 6:41 6. Donny's Blues - 7:47 7. We Got to Get Out of This Place - 12:08. Line-up:: Dick Wagner - Lead. Guitar, Vocals Donny Hartman - Guitar, Vocals, Harmonica Gordy Garris - Bass, Vocals Bobby Rigg - Drums, Vocals. The Frost were one of the top Detroit-area bands of the era; however, poor album cover artwork, distribution, and promotion hampered the band's success. There were several Frost reunion concerts, especially while Wagner still lived and performed in Michigan. The reunions included Wagner, Hartman, and Rigg. 320: Download IsraCloud.
The lead track, Rock and Roll Music features repetition of the title phrase which grows annoying while the band chugs away. It is nothing special, even if it did sell big as a single in France, as the liner notes point out. Donny’s Blues, sung by rhythm guitarist Donny Hartmann, is nearly eight minutes of cliché blues oversold vocally by Hartmann. The Frost is really just a prehistoric ancestor of better artists, a footnote in rock history, and this CD should be viewed as a rock equivalent of an archeological dig. It’s interesting as a historical curiosity, but not worth much in itself.
Rock 'n' Roll Music is a compilation album by The Beatles that consists of previously released Beatles tracks. The album is a combination of some notable Lennon–McCartney originals, such as "Drive My Car", "Revolution", "Back in the .
The frost - rock and roll music - rare 1969 stereo lp on vanguard svrl 19056. The longest album-titled suite featuring drastic and dramatic melody appearances and charismatic and energetic impressions infiltrated deeply in the sound world might acclaim itself as one of Neo-Symphonic theaters. Frost have always been weak lyrically, and this album is no huge step forward, but there are some signs of a more considered, thematic approach here, which is a welcome change from the slightly awkward thesaurus flipping of past efforts.
Rock 'n' Roll Music is a compilation album by The Beatles that consists of previously released Beatles tracks considered by many to be quintessential "rock and roll".
Musicians play music, and when they play, they don't begin something so much as they pick something back up that was there all along, and music expands like a delta this way, an unbreakable loop that doesn't begin or end but just rolls onward like a wave.
CreditsSamuel Charters - Producer
Ed Friedner - Engineer
The Frost - Performer, Primary Artist
Gerdy Garris - Drums, Keyboards, Vocals
Gordy Garris - Bass, Choir/Chorus, Piano, Vocals
Don Hartman - Composer, Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
Fred Holtz - Art Direction
Frederick Knight - Composer
Barry Mann - Composer
Bob Rigg - Drums
Bob Riggs - Drums
Geoff Turner - Engineer, Remixing
Dick Wagner - Choir/Chorus, Composer, Guitar, Vocals
Cynthia Weil - Composer
|1||Rock and Roll Music Dick Wagner||The Frost||2:46|
|2||Sweet Lady Love Frederick Knight / Dick Wagner||The Frost||3:00|
|3||Linda Dick Wagner||The Frost||3:03|
|4||Black Train Dick Wagner||The Frost||2:40|
|5||Help Me Baby Dick Wagner||The Frost||6:41|
|6||Donny's Blues Don Hartman||The Frost||7:47|
|7||We Got to Get Out of This Place Barry Mann / Cynthia Weil||The Frost||12:08|