Velvert Turner Group  - Velvert Turner Group (Pink vinyl)
Velvert Turner Group  - Velvert Turner Group (Pink vinyl)
Velvert Turner Group  - Velvert Turner Group (Pink vinyl)
Velvert Turner Group  - Velvert Turner Group (Pink vinyl)
Velvert Turner Group  - Velvert Turner Group (Pink vinyl)
Velvert Turner Group  - Velvert Turner Group (Pink vinyl)

Velvert Turner Group - Velvert Turner Group (Pink vinyl)

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Lead Guitar, Lead Vocals – Velvert Turner

Bass – Prescott Niles

Drums, Percussion – Tim McGovern

Keyboards – Christopher Robinson



1 LP, standard sleeve

Limited to 2,000 copies

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : Pink

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”

Stereo

Studio

Record Press :  Furnace Record Pressing

Label :  ORG Music

Original Label : Family Production

Engineered by Phil Schier

Mixed by Kerry McNabb

Produced by Velvert Turner

Originally released in1972

Reissued in 2019

 

Tracks :

Side A:

  1. Madonna (Of The Seven Moons)
  2. Talkin' 'Bout My Baby
  3. Country Chicken
  4. Strangely Neww
  5. Scarlet Warrior
  6. Three O'Clock Train

Side B:

  1. Just Look And See
  2. 'Xcuse Me, Gentleman (The Fall Of Atlantis)
  3. (Love Rides...) The Slow Swirling Seas
  4. Freedom
  5. Madonna (of the Seven Moons) (Alternate Mix/Bonus Track)

 

Reviews :

"Velvert Turner was apparently a friend of Jimi Hendrix's, and the Hendrix vibe on the album Velvert Turner Group is almost overpowering, right down to the fish-eye photo on the back cover. Turner's got great guitar tone and a playing style quite similar to Jimi. The songs are also similar to later-period Hendrix, circa First Rays of the New Rising Sun, but with some keyboards added. In fact, "Three O'Clock Train" starts out with a riff very close to "Izabella," then sounds more like "51st Anniversary" in the body of the tune. The really shocking thing, though, is how much Turner's voice sounds like Jimi. It's jarring, right down to the same vocal inflections. But it doesn't sound like imitation, it just sounds like they came from the same places. The songs are good, although not the equal of Hendrix's, but some of the guitar playing is great, with some good feedback and panning effects to boot. It's certainly derivative, but Jimi left so few official albums that this will be a welcome sound to Hendrix fans." AllMusic Review by Sean Westergaard

Ratings :

AllMusic 4/5  ,  Discogs 4.14/5 

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