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Album: The Best Of The Beau Brummels
Style: Classic Rock
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Triangle is the fourth studio album by American rock band The Beau Brummels. Produced by Lenny Waronker and released in July 1967, it was the band's first album to include songs that vocalist Sal Valentino and guitarist Ron Elliott composed together. The band incorporated fantasy elements and surreal characters into the album's song titles and lyrics, and worked with a variety of session musicians to create Triangle's psychedelic musical style.
Casual listeners will probably love this CD, but after a few listens, they may join the serious fans in wishing that a more expansive survey of the Beau Brummels' work - along the lines of Rhino's double-CD anthologies on the Association and the Turtles - encompassing a deeper sampling of their two official Autumn Records albums and their outtakes
This Beau Brummels collection is so good that it got me started on purchasing some of their other full-length albums. Ultimately, the album, like the group, defies description or classification. Like many of the best evolving out of the response to the original "Mersey Sound" (the Brummels were from San Francisco, not Liverpool!), the Beau Brummels' musical style was theirs alone. This compilation is a fitting tribute to a group that was well ahead of its time.
The Beau Brummels were an American rock band. Formed in San Francisco in 1964, the band's original lineup included Sal Valentino (lead vocals), Ron Elliott (lead guitar), Ron Meagher (bass guitar), Declan Mulligan (rhythm guitar, bass, harmonica), and John Petersen (drums). They were discovered by local disc jockeys who were looking to sign acts to their new label, Autumn Records, where Sylvester Stewart-later known as Sly Stone-produced the group's early recording sessions.
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The Beau Brummels, Vol. 2 (1965; Autumn). Tacking more to the acoustic and lovelorn side of pop, this album was released only a mere four months after their first. Resulting in no significant hits, it does contain a completely original set of songs, and some terrific tracks, namely the wonderfully moody single Tell Me Why and the somber Sad Little Girl, with its circular, Roger McGuinn-influenced guitar line. Triangle (1967; Warner Bros. The liner-notes go to great lengths explaining the concept and how the songs fit together, but in all it sounds more like a dreamlike set of music that flows from one track to the next.
The Beau Brummels were an American rock band, formed in San Francisco in 1964. The band's original lineup included Sal Valentino (lead vocals), Ron Elliott (lead guitar and main songwriter), Ron Meagher (bass guitar), Declan Mulligan (rhythm guitar, bass, harmonica), and John Petersen (drums). The Beau Brummels were discovered by Autumn Records, where Sylvester Stewart-later known as Sly Stone-produced the group's early recording sessions.
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