1988 reissue of The Litter - Emerge with addition of 3 bonus tracks. A Circle Production Recorded at . Track A6 taken from 7" single ABC Probe 467 from 1970. Original title of track B1 is "My Little Red Book" Track A2 is mis-spelled, original title is "Feelings". Direct Metal Mastered from digital tapes Made in West Germany. Probe, Probe, Probe, Probe. Cplp 4504, CPLP-4504-S, cplp 4504 s, CPLP4504 s. Us. 1969. CPLP 4504, CPLP-4504-S.
Band Name The Litter. Labels Probe Records. Music StyleHeavy Rock. Members owning this album0. 5. For What It's Worth. 7. Breakfast at Gardenson's.
Album · 1968 · 9 Songs. Emerge is a late-period look at Minneapolis' garage-rockers The Litter. By this point, Ray Melina had replaced previous guitarist Zippy Caplin and vocalist Mark Gallagher had replaced Denny Waite.
The Litter released three albums between 1966 and 1969, then taking a long break before releasing their next album "Live At The Mirage 1990. Emerge" however, has long been out of print. Released in early 1969, The Litter album "Emerge" is one of the great albums from the period when psychedelia merged into a heavier direction musically. I am reminded of a Lester Bangs article on heavy metal describing how mid 1960s garage bands transformed into hard rock/heavy metal later on and The Litter (much like MC5) fit this profile very accurately. The guitar distortion was still evident, but the tone was much sharper, guitar solos more abrasive and prominent, bass and drums, much deeper and the vocals are well mixed.
The Litter's Emerge combines the sound of the Amboy Dukes with Blue Cheer - all while vocalist Mark Gallagher does his best at times to imitate Jack Bruce. Burt Bacharach and Hal David's "Little Red Book" gets torn apart in the translation and is lots of fun. Lead guitarist Ray Melina takes the band to the world of British rock with his "Breakfast at Gardenson's," the light feeling here a total about-face, a transition that complements the huge sound on most of the record. Opening track "Journeys" is that Brit rock flair and West Coast vocal sound.
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