Category: Rock

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  • Gakora says:
    Screamin' Lord Sutch can sure scream but the quality musicians on Heavy Friends keep that unecessary excess to a minimum. I'm sure that "live" his show was a riot. However, on CD it loses something in the translation. Get the CD for the first 12 tracks, for those sonic gems alone the CD /5(5).
  • Kasho says:
    And, by far, Lord Sutch and Heavy Friends is the better choice over most other sessions works associated with Jimmy Page from the period. Of note "No Introduction Necessary" with Keith de Groot on vocals pales in comparison. The Sutch album is by far the better choice. Noteworthy tracks for Page fans include "Wailing Sounds" and "Flashing Light"/5(12).
  • Nizshura says:
    Sutch's album Lord Sutch and Heavy Friends was named in a BBC poll as the worst album of all time, a status it also held in Colin Larkin's book The Top Albums of All Time, [citation needed] despite the fact that Jimmy Page, John Bonham, Jeff Beck, Noel Redding and Nicky Hopkins performed on it and helped write it.
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  • Shakar says:
    Finishing the sessions in September, the finished album was released in February as Lord Sutch and Heavy Friends. Reaction to the LP was swift and generally unpleasant. It was called 'absolutely terrible' in Rolling Stone, stating that it made the musicians involved sound like 'fouled parodies of themselves' and most other reviews ran.
  • Tot says:
    Nov 24,  · Lord Sutch and Heavy Friends came out in February on Cotillion records. Jimmy Page, mortified by the weird, slovenly mix, and strange overdubs, immediately started back-pedalling on the level of his involvement, but his and Bonham’s contributions are unmistakeable, especially on the groovy Flashing Lights – a kinetic, tight Zep-groove driven by Page’s motorboating guitar and Bonham.
  • Nijora says:
    Mar 06,  · Lord Sutch and Heavy Friends at 50 Scattered among the history of pop and rock music are the occasional oddities: albums made by those whose circumstances or talents in a particular area might not quite have suited them for the task of making an album.
  • Nashura says:
    Lord Sutch & Heavy Friends Cotillion Cotillion (label) Wounded Bird Wounded Bird (label) Rock (CD, LP) Two Cotillion classics from Screaming Lord Sutch – back to back on a single CD! First up is Lord Sutch & Heavy Friends – an album that's almost equally well-known for its work by a host of famous guests – including Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page.

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