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Dont Look Around - Mountain - Climbing! / Nantucket Sleighride

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  1. Digrel says:
    Jun 16,  · Following the success of Climbing! and appearances at Woodstock and other outdoor festivals of the day, Mountain recorded more of the same for Nantucket Sleighride. The title track is a nice mixture of classical-leaning intertwined with moderate rock; both "Don't Look Around" and "The Animal Trainer and the Toad" continue on the hard rock path Released on: June 16,
  2. Gardami says:
    Don't Look Around Lyrics: Don't look around, 'cause I'm never comin' back / It's high time you saw the last of me / You know I was a wanderer, I'd forgotten where to go / I .
  3. Todal says:
    May 14,  · This is the live version of Mountain's tune "Nantucket Sleighride" as found on the album "Mountain Live: The Road Goes Ever On," released in
  4. Fenrilmaran says:
    Jun 25,  · Part of an eight-album Mountain Cardboard sleeve (mini LP) reissue series featuring the albums "Leslie West / Mountain," "Climbing," "Nantucket Sleighride," "Flowers of Evil," "Mountain (Live) Road Goes On Forever," "Best Of Mountain," "Twin Peaks," and "Avalanche." Features: 1. Plain inner sleeve 2. Promo insert offer for Japanese domestic /5(4).
  5. Sharamar says:
    Jun 10,  · this was the second pressing of this classic hard rock opus in japan released in , this edition has a green obi and comes with the same two booklets that the first press comes with but not the color photo sheets, this was released in late /early 72, i found my copy of this over a decade ago while in japan, the first pressing is still my favorite though/5().
  6. Brabei says:
    More varied than Climbing!, Nantucket Sleighride is higher on mid-tempo cerebral tracks penned by Felix Pappalardi and his wife Gail Collins and less on the heavy boogie tracks of Leslie West. The underrated Corky Laing really makes a statement here as his drumming is a highlight throughout, particularly on the wicked opener "Don't Look Around.
  7. Zulujar says:
    When I fired Mountain’s Nantucket Sleighride up for the first time, Don’t Look Around about took my head off. Absolutely slamming! Laing’s drumming is a bit busier than I would like, but it doesn’t matter - killer opening. Taunta into the title track is a major downshift in tone, but not in brilliance. What a beautiful, haunting track/5.
  8. Kazrara says:
    Following the success of Climbing! and appearances at Woodstock and other outdoor festivals of the day, Mountain recorded more of the same for Nantucket Sleighride. The title track is a nice mixture of classical-leaning intertwined with moderate rock; both "Don't Look Around" and "The Animal Trainer and the Toad" continue on the hard rock path.
  9. Akinodal says:
    Raven's two-fer Climbing!/Nantucket Sleighride combines Mountain's first two albums on one disc, supplemented by a few bonus tracks. They're also Mountain's two best and biggest albums, making this a greatest hits of sorts, especially as this contains their two charting singles -- the inevitable "Mississippi Queen" and the considerably less-known "The Animal Trainer and 9/

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