Stone The Crows - Stone The Crows album
Stunning debut album from one of the "lost" bands of the 70's that should be in any serious classic rock fan's collection. You may not know the band by name, but many are sure to recognize one or two of the pedigrees involved
Stone the Crows is the debut album by Stone the Crows. Colin Allen – Drums, percussion. Maggie Bell – Vocals. Jimmy Dewar – Bass guitar, Vocals. Les Harvey – Acoustic, Electric Guitars. John McGinnis – Organ, Piano, Keyboards. Additional personnel.
Stone the Crows was a blues-rock band formed in Glasgow in late 1969. The band were formed after Maggie Bell was introduced to Les Harvey by his elder brother Alex Harvey. After playing together in the Kinning Park Ramblers, their next band Power was renamed Stone the Crows (after a British/Australian English exclamation of surprise or shock) by Led Zeppelin's manager, Peter Grant. The band was co-managed by Grant and Mark London.
Album, 1970, Polydor, Repertoire Music. 1. The Touch of Your Loving Hand. 2. Raining in Your Heart. 3. Blind Man. 4. Fool on the Hill.
Not only does the band deliver a soulful rendition of "Fool on the Hill," but the dreaded side-long track makes its appearance on side two of Stone the Crows. The tune is titled "I Saw America," and it pulls together the rock, blues, and soul elements that were splintered up on the first side. A spirited attempt was made to live up to the grandiose title, and there's some confident guitar by Les Harvey, but ultimately Stone the Crows are unable to meld together the progressive folk, boogie, jazz, and soul sections that comprise the piece.
Stone the Crows was a blues and soul influenced rock band from Glasgow. The band was formed in 1970 after Maggie Bell was introduced to Les Harvey by his older brother, Alex Harvey. After playing together in the Kinning Park Ramblers, they rejoined in a band Power, later renamed Stone the Crows, after Led Zeppelin's manager, Peter Grant, heard them and took them on. Original line-up: Maggie Bell, vocals (born Margaret Bell, 12 January 1945, in Glasgow, Strathclyde, Scotland.
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Stunning debut album from one of the "lost" bands of the 70's that should be in any serious classic rock fan's collection. You may not know the band by name, but many are sure to recognize one or two of the pedigrees involved. Lead vocalist Maggie Bell, whose bluesy and soulful whiskey-soaked voice recalls Janis Joplin and Bonnie Tyler, pursued a solo career after the group dissolved.
|A1||The Touch Of Your Loving Hand||6:01|
|A2||Raining In Your Heart||5:10|
|A4||The Fool On The Hill||4:13|
|B1||I Saw America||17:28|
|2425-017||Stone The Crows||Stone The Crows (LP, Album, Gat)||Polydor||2425-017||UK||1970|
|STC III||Stone The Crows||Stone The Crows (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Stone The Crows)||STC III||Unknown|
|24-4019||Stone The Crows||Stone The Crows (LP, Album, Pit)||Polydor||24-4019||US||1970|
|RIVERCD045||Stone The Crows||Stone The Crows (CD, Album, RE)||River Records||RIVERCD045||UK||2005|
|BGOLP2000||Stone The Crows||Stone the Crows (LP, RE, RM)||BGO Records||BGOLP2000||UK||2016|