Steamhammer Mountains

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  • Released:
  • Originally Released: 1990
  • Label: Repertoire


  • 1.I Wouldn't Have Thought
  • 2.Riding On The L&N
  • 3.Hold That Train
  • 4.Levinia
  • 5.Henry Lane
  • 6.Leader Of The Ring
  • 7.Walking Down The Raod
  • 8.Mountains

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Personnel: Kieran White (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, harmonica); Martin Pugh (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Steve Davy (vocals, organ); Louis Cennamo (vocals); Keith Nelson (banjo); Mick Bradley (drums, percussion); Mickey Bradley (drums).
Audio Mixer: Martin Birch.
Arranger: Steamhammer.
Starting out as an electric blues group in the '60s, Steamhammer transformed into a hard progressive rock group on this 1970 album. A highly collectable album in the British prog scene, the guitarists of this group -- Martin Pugh and Martin Quittenton -- were both, in fact, hardworking session musicians who made their names co-writing "Maggie May" with Rod Stewart for Stewart's debut solo album. Although throughout they maintain their electric blues roots, this album is a fairly awkward and mediocre transition period for the group. However, hardcore collectors of progressive rock will find much to delight in. ~ Skip Jansen

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  • UPC: 4009910406625
  • Shipping Weight: 0.25/lbs (approx)
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