Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Seatrain-Same (1969)+ Marblehead messanger (1971), LPs, USA



Sea Train were a short lived band that grew out of the remains of the Blues Project.They produced one self-titled album on A&M in 1969 that has become regarded as a minor classic, combining classical,folk,rock and jazz forms to create a quite unique musical artefact.

7 comments:

SCION said...

Thanks alot for posting these, but, in the future, please split large files like this into two parts.
Most servers, especially RS, are swamped by requests, and these large downloads inevitably begin to stall around the half-way mark. Smaller files task the servers less, and service us - the downloaders - much better. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Thanks alot for posting these, but, in the future, please split large files like this into two parts.
Most servers, especially RS, are swamped by requests, and these large downloads inevitably begin to stall around the half-way mark. Smaller files task the servers less, and service us - the downloaders - much better. Thanks.


It's easier to buy a premium RS account. Even if just for a month.

You can then use Orbit Downloader and cue up 30-40 100MB files at night, go to bed, and wake up the next morning, and all will have downloaded.

A 97MB file might have been a "big" file 4 or 5 years ago, but today it's not considered very large.

I personally love (LOVE!) what Mutant Sounds is doing and don't want him to ever lose his motivation about posting such rare, obscure, wonderful records.

Ask what you can do to make life easier on Mutant Sounds instead of asking what he can do to make it easier for you.

After all, we are the downloaders and he's providing free music to sample, so how can we, in our right minds, expect to dictate how we want things to be?

Cheers,

Anonymous Man

lilac said...

simply thank you,it's along time taht i wanted to listen this band, bravo for your work and best whishes

Anonymous said...

Thanks Mutant Sounds...
I have Marblehead Messenger on Vinyl and I find it a very distinctive and unusual sound, but very listenable...
Heard it on the radio in Australia here in the 70's and bought it a few years later in an import record shop..
Nick

Anonymous said...

I seem to remember at least 2 L.P.'s, but the post here says there was one.

also, I thought they had a minor Hit...
(?- well, maybe not)

yes, a mind is a terrible thing to
waste.

Lovely BloG thank you

lickthyshran said...

They did have two minor hits actually: "Thirteen Questions" (1971) US #49 and "Marblehead Messenger" (1971) US #108.

SonceGrib said...

Beautiful Band! Strong Shine Love Music Jazzy Funky Country Psychedelic!!!