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).
- Give It Up (Man)
- 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
Jim Wilson (bs, keyb'ds, vcls)
Bill Tanon (gtr, bs, harp, mandolin, vcls)
Ron Juntunen (lead gtr, bs)
Art Hicks (drms)
1. Tricky Zingers (Trinity CST-11-LA) 1975
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
Saturday, August 23, 2008
Creme Soda - Tricky Zingers (1975)
Posted by Buffalo Billycan at 4:22 PM
Labels: 1975, Creme Soda, Psychedelic, Rock, US
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good album!! Thank You!!
hello buffalo billycan,love your blog! do you have the "Piccadilly Sunshine" collection? thanks jimmy
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.
Sound interesting, I will hear him. Thanks!
More good stuff! Thanks for posting this!
Glad to find this unusual gem. I just discovered this band through a great mix over at Birds With Broken Wings.
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