Saturday, August 23, 2008

Creme Soda - Tricky Zingers (1975)

Hailed from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where they first started playing together in 1972. Both 45s are from their album, which contains quite a range of styles. Melodic soft rock predominates as evidenced by Give It Up, Tonight, Deep In A Dream, Keep It Heavy and Daydreamin'; but there's also a couple of weirder more psychedelic tracks in the early Pink Floyd mould - Numero Uno and The Beat Song; some rockabilly/punk (I'm) Chewin' Gum and When The Sun Shines and a bit of punk/blues on That ls That. Overall, it's worth investigating.
(taken from "Fuzz, Acid and Flowers")

OK, I know that "Tricky Zingers" was already posted on several blogs but it is one of my favourites. Rip is from the original album (Trinity CST-11-LA / 1975).

Tracklist:
- Give It Up (Man)
- Tonight
- Numero Uno
- (I'm) Chewin' Gum
- Deep In A Dream
- The Nazz Are Blue
- Keep It Heavy
- Roses All Around
- And That Is That
- The Beat Song
- When The Sun Shines
- Daydreamin'

Personnel:
Jim Wilson (bs, keyb'ds, vcls)
Bill Tanon (gtr, bs, harp, mandolin, vcls)
Ron Juntunen (lead gtr, bs)
Art Hicks (drms)


Band origin:
Milwaukie (Wisconsin/US)

Discographie:
Albums:
1. Tricky Zingers (Trinity CST-11-LA) 1975

45's:
1. Keep It Heavy/And That Is That (Trinity 112) 1975
2. Keep It Heavy/And That Is That (Trinity 45121) 1975
3. (I'm) Chewin' Gum/Roses All Around (Trinity 45122) 1975

Get it here (Artwork included / vinyl rip)

Listen to Numero Uno

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

good album!! Thank You!!

Anonymous said...

hello buffalo billycan,love your blog! do you have the "Piccadilly Sunshine" collection? thanks jimmy

jeanbernardfrance said...

Thanks for this post Buffalo.I bought akarma cd a few years ago but I'm now sure I never listened it;and this album is very good.

Psicodelia pura said...

Sound interesting, I will hear him. Thanks!

Steven K said...

More good stuff! Thanks for posting this!

Steven

The Basement Rug said...

Glad to find this unusual gem. I just discovered this band through a great mix over at Birds With Broken Wings.