All songs Ivory Music Corp and Crystal Mansion Music (BMI) except "Bad City Ways" Ivory Music Corp, Crystal Mansion Music and Branehouse Music (BMI). Recorded at "914" Sound Studios In. Blauvelt, . except "Somebody Oughta Turn Your Head Around" recorded at Olmstead Sound Studios, New York, . Rights Society: BMI. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All. Cat.
The Crystal Mansion's relatively short story is that of a white R&B band moving towards groovy psychedelic rock in the '70s. At times they sound like Rare Earth but lack some of their force. The origin. ead Full Biography. Biography . Discography . Songs .
Crystal Mansion Tickets. Crystal Mansion 12/15/1993. And when the shifts in tempo and the breaks don't make the songs fall apart half way through, they can be as groovy as "Rare Earth" ever were. The rest of the album follows that concept, but succeeds only half of the time. The slower parts do reveal the constellation's weak sides, and numbers like "A Song Is Born" are almost embarrassing - both when it comes to the lyrics and the uncertain singing. But when they mix R&B and rock in a more straightforward manner, and don't look too deep into the kettle of psychedelic or progressive rock, they can be irresistible.
The Crystal Mansion (1972). Album by The Crystal Mansion. Somebody Oughta Turn Your Head Around. was sampled in. Fucking in Heaven by Fatboy Slim (1998). What You Gonna Do by Big Shug (2007).
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Crystal Mansion had one more shot with a third self-titled album in 1979, Crystal Mansion (also called Tickets) that was released on 20th Century Fox Records, the same label that released Milan’s only LP in 1964, I Am What I Am. A notice in Billboard magazine calls the band a new record act and notes that some of the top veteran local jazzmen have been recruited to accompany them, among them saxophonists Jim Horn, Bill Green, Bud Shank, Buddy Collette, Marshal Royal, and Tom Scott; bassist Richard Davis; trumpeter Jerry Hey; trombonist Bill Watrous; keyboard man Steve Porcaro; and . .