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Two Sides Of / Pipeline

Chantays (シャンテイズ)

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RR4114
組み枚数
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1
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Germany
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CD
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Bob Marshall(Piano),  Bob Spickard(Vocals),  Bob Welsh(Drums),  Brian Carman(Guitar),  Brian Carman(Vocals),  Warren Waters(Bass),  Tony Asher(Arranger),  Bob Marshall(Group Member),  Bob Spickard(Group Member),  Bob Welsh(Group Member),  Brian Carman(Group Member),  Warren Waters(Group Member)

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Two Chantays albums on one CD, comprising much of the surf band's early '60s repertory. The Move It that opens the disc is not the Cliff Richard song but a slower, raunchier number with vocal choruses carrying a lot of the melody. Maybe Baby is the Buddy Holly song, however, and the group does a decent job of singing it. Unfortunately, not a lot of what else is here is exactly first-rate material -- It Never Works Out for Me is a tuneless bore, and much of the rest is similarly uninteresting, and generally vocals were not this band's strong point, based on the evidence here. Beyond is a follow-up to Pipeline with a similar opening, and it is far and away the best track off of that album. The Pipeline album includes several attempts to emulate that hit, repeating its introduction and mimicking passages, but without much of the vitality or excitement of Pipeline. The best parts of the album are the band's instrumental cover of Del Shannon's Runaway, which is a tense, exciting workout for the entire band -- and that goes double for lead guitarist Bob Spickard and pianist Bob Marshall, and Blunderbus, an almost bluesy number that, if not for the piano, could almost pass for a Yardbirds demo. El Conquistador gives Spickard a chance to play an electric version of Spanish guitar. The sound is excellent, perhaps too good in the sense of being almost too clean -- surf music was supposed to have its loud, aggressive edge, like early rock & roll, and Steve Hoffmann's domestic remasterings of the Chantays' releases for DCC have that hard edge. ~ Bruce Eder, All Music Guide

収録曲   

  • 01. Move It (02:21)
  • 02. Maybe Baby (02:02)
  • 03. It Never Works Out for Me (02:27)
  • 04. Love Can Be Cruel (02:15)
  • 05. I'll Be Back Someday (02:28)
  • 06. Only If You Care (02:03)
  • 07. Three Coins in the Fountain (02:15)
  • 08. Beyond (02:07)
  • 09. Greenz (02:10)
  • 10. Space Probe (02:24)
  • 11. Continental Missle (01:54)
  • 12. Retaliation (02:15)
  • 13. Pipeline (02:23)
  • 14. Lonesome Road (03:20)
  • 15. Tragic Wind (02:12)
  • 16. Runaway (02:55)
  • 17. Blunderbus (02:49)
  • 18. Banzai (02:04)
  • 19. Sleep Walk (02:36)
  • 20. Night Theme (02:22)
  • 21. Wayward Nile (03:01)
  • 22. Conquisator (01:51)
  • 23. Riders in the Sky (02:57)
  • 24. Last Night (02:33)

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Chantays

Formed in Santa Ana in 1962, the Chantays were five high school buddies -- Brian Carman (guitar, vocals), Bob Spickard (guitar, vocals), Bob Marshall (piano, keyboards), Warren Waters (bass), and Bob Welch (drums) -- ranging in age from 13 to 17. Playing local dances, they specialized in surf music, and at least in the beginning were primarily an instrumental outfit. They were spotted and signed u

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