Twin Peaks is the second live album by American hard rock band Mountain. Released in February 1974 by Columbia and Windfall Records, it contains recordings from the band's performance at Koseinenkin Hall in Osaka, Japan on August 30, 1973. The album was produced by the band's bassist and second vocalist Felix Pappalardi, while the artwork was created by his wife and collaborator Gail Collins. It was Mountain's first release since returning after a year-long hiatus.
A live album, Mountain Live: The Road Goes Ever On, was issued in April 1972. Pappalardi returned to studio work, while West and Laing formed West, Bruce and Laing with former Cream bassist Jack Bruce. Their first American performance was a Carnegie Hall concert, prompting a bidding war that Columbia Records won, and the new trio cut two studio albums and a live release over the next two years. Mountain has not performed live since 2010. On June 20, 2011, West had his lower right leg amputated as a result of complications from diabetes. And since that time, West has been performing and recording under his own name, with his concerts featuring many Mountain songs. Corky Laing formed a new project, Corky Laing Plays Mountain, in 2015.
This album contains one of the greatest breakbeats of all time (Long Red). Cannot believe it is somewhat slept on. Mountain is a fine rock band in their own right, but this album actually carries greater importance as an artifact of early Hip Hop history. One of the fundamental breakbeats you must have if you are a connoisseur of the genre.
Album Name The Road Goes Ever On (Single). 版公司 Windfall Records. 2. Theme for an Imaginary Western. Other productions from Mountain. Master of War. Mystic Fire. The Best Of Mountain.
Line-up, Musicians Leslie West - guitar, vocals Felix Pappalardi - bass, vocals RIP Corky Laing - drums Steve Knight - keyboards RIP Tracks Listing A. ong Red A. aiting to Take You Away A. rossroader . antucket Sleighride. US best ever rock band. Leslie is the finest rock guitarist out of the States bar non. Of course, you can hear what made Cream sound so good on their studio albums, engineered by Felix.
Live (The Road Goes Ever On). Avalanche. Mississipi Queen Mountain. Blowin' In The Wind Mountain. The Times They Are A Changin' Mountain. Subterranean Homesick Blues Mountain.
Mountain Live: The Road Goes Ever On is the fourth album by hard rock band Mountain. Released following the band's first breakup in 1972, Windfall Records compiled the album using old live material. Mountain would later reform in 1974. The title comes from J. R. Tolkien's novel The Hobbit. Long Red" (West, Pappalardi, Ventura, Landsberg) - 5:44. Waiting to Take You Away" (West) - 4:40. Crossroader" (Pappalardi, Collins) - 6:22. Nantucket Sleighride" (Pappalardi, Collins) - 17:33.
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|A2||Waiting To Take You Away||4:40|
- Bass, Producer – Felix Pappalardi
- Drums – Corky Laing
- Engineer – Bob D'Orleans
- Guitar – Leslie West
- Keyboards – Steve Knight
- Vocals – Felix Pappalardi, Leslie West
NotesHoused in a pasted picture sleeve and released with Japanese/English text/lyric insert & obi-strip.
|5502||Mountain||Live: The Road Goes Ever On (LP, Album)||Windfall Records||5502||US||1972|
|WFS 5502||Mountain||Live: The Road Goes Ever On (LP, Album)||Family, Windfall Records||WFS 5502||New Zealand||1972|
|M 8119-5502||Mountain||Mountain Live (The Road Goes Ever On) (8-Trk, Album)||Windfall Records||M 8119-5502||US||1972|
|WOU 5502||Mountain||Live : The Road Goes Ever On (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Wounded Bird Records||WOU 5502||US||2009|
|SICP 1782||Mountain Featuring Leslie West, Felix Pappalardi||Mountain Featuring Leslie West, Felix Pappalardi - Live (The Road Goes Ever On) (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap)||Sony Records Int'l||SICP 1782||Japan||2008|