The Electric Banana was an alias used by British rockers the Pretty Things beginning in the '60s and throughout the '70s, comprised of members Phil May (vocals), Dick Taylor (lead guitar), Wally Waller (bass), and John Povey (drums)
For other uses, see Pretty Things (disambiguation). Electric Banana" redirects here. For other uses, see Electric Banana (disambiguation). The Pretty Things were preceded by Little Boy Blue and the Blue Boys, which consisted of Dick Taylor, fellow Sidcup Art College student Keith Richards, and Mick Jagger, among others. When Brian Jones was recruiting for his own band, all three joined Brian and Ian Stewart and were dubbed "Rollin' Stones" by Jones in June 1962. That single marked the beginning of sessions for the . Released in December 1968, it was the first rock opera, preceding the release of the Who's Tommy in May 1969. It was recorded between December 1967 and September 1968 at the Abbey Road Studios, while Pink Floyd were working on A Saucerful of Secrets (also produced by Norman Smith) and the Beatles worked on the White Album.
Pretty Things - SF Sorrow digipack remaster 4 bonus tracks. Choose a currency below to display product prices in the selected currency. Toe Fat - BBC Sessions 1969-1970 руб1,189. Pink Floyd - BBC Sessions May 1967-Dec. Pretty Things - Electric Banana Sessions 1967-1969 28 tracks.
The Pretty Things – The Electric Banana Sessions 1967-1969. The Electric Prunes – Flowing Smoothly. Electric Banana Band – Pelikanen. The Electric Prunes – The Great Banana Hoax. Electric Banana Band – Bonka Bonka. Electric Banana Band – Singelingedisco. Electric Banana Band – Zwampen. The Electric Banana – I See You. 4:28.
Electric Banana was a pseudonym for the Pretty Things. It was one of the longest running aliases in rock and roll, spanning from an initial LP release in 1967, all the way to a fifth LP issue in 1978. The Pretty Things were a fairly successful British R&B-mod band in the mid-60s, but as that era came to a close, they found their record sales and popularity begin to slowly wane. The close of the 60s saw a lull in the Electric Banana releases until 1973’s 'Hot Licks’. This album’s sound is of more of a prog-psych nature. The fifth and final LP release came in 1978 with 'The Return Of The Electric Banana. .
They took their name from Bo Diddley's 1955 song "Pretty Thing". Electric Banana was a pseudonymous 1967 album of the band. The band recorded this album and two subsequent ones for the De Wolfe Music Library. De Wolfe provided stock music for film soundtracks. The Electric Banana music wound up on various horror and soft-porn films of the late 1960s, such as What's Good for the Goose (1969). As Electric Banana (music for films). Electric Banana (1967). The Electric Banana: Live at the Grand (1969). The Return of the Electric Banana (1978).
PRETTY THINGS) Electric Banana was a pseudonymous 1967 album of the band.
|3||It'll Never Be Me|
|4||It'll Never Be Me (Instrumental)|
|6||Eagle's Son (Instrumental)|
|7||Blow Your Mind|
|8||Blow Your Mind (Instrumental)|
|9||What's Good For The Goose|
|11||I See You|
|12||I See You (Instrumental)|
|14||Street Girl (Instrumental)|
|16||Grey Skies (Instrumental)|
|17||I Love You|
|18||I Love You (Instrumental)|
|19||Love, Dance And Sing|
|20||Love, Dance And Sing (Instrumental)|
|21||A Thousand Ages From The Sun|
|22||A Thousand Ages From The Sun (Instrumental)|
|23||Walking Down The Street|
|24||Walking Down The Street (Instrumental)|
|25||If I Needed Somebody|
|26||If I Needed Somebody (Instrumental)|
|28||Danger Signs (With Extra End) (Instrumental)|
- Bass Guitar, Piano, Vocals – Wally Waller
- Drums – Skip Alan, Twink
- Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – Dick Taylor
- Keyboards – John Povey
- Lead Vocals – Phil May
NotesCompilation of The Electric Banana albums.
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