Ellis: Ellis : Riding on the Crest of a Slump

SKU: 26212548
Ellis: Ellis : Riding on the Crest of a Slump

Ellis: Ellis : Riding on the Crest of a Slump

SKU: 26212548

Format: CD

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Title: Ellis : Riding on the Crest of a Slump
Artist: Ellis
Label: Esoteric
UPC: 5013929454743
Genre: Folk

Digitally re-mastered edition of this 1972 album from the British rockers. Formed in December 1971, the band was the brainchild of former Love Affair vocalist Steve Ellis. Teaming up with celebrated keyboard player Zoot Money, the band took a harder Rock direction with Jazz overtones. The line-up of the band was completed with the addition of guitarist Andy Gee, drummer Dave Lutton and bass player Jim Leverton. Championed by former Jimi Hendrix drummer Mitch Mitchell, the band secured a contract with Epic Records in 1972 and recorded their debut album the same year. Produced by another well-known admirer, Roger Daltrey, RIDER ON THE CREST OF a SLUMP was an impressive album and contained many fine tracks including the classic 'El Doomo', the fine 'Angela' and 'Your Game'. This edition has been re-mastered from the original Epic master tapes and features a booklet that restores the original album artwork and includes a new essay.

1.1 Good to Be Alive
1.2 El Doomo
1.3 You're the Only Reason
1.4 Tune for Brownie
1.5 Your Game
1.6 Three Times Corner
1.7 Morning Paper
1.8 Wish I Was Back Home
1.9 Angela
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