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  1. Label: Not On Label - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Unofficial Release • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Blues Rock, Hard Rock Ancient Grease - Women And Children First (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(7).
  2. Women and Children First, an Album by Ancient Grease. Released in on Mercury (catalog no. SR; Vinyl LP). Genres: Heavy Psych, Hard Rock.
  3. Buy Mp3 Music Online / Ancient Grease / Women And Children First. Ancient Grease — Women And Children Women And Children First: $ Freedom Train (Alternate Take) $ Write a review. See more Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought. The Rolling Stones Exile On Main Street (Vinyl) Foghat Last Train Home.
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  5. The band, baptized "Ancient Grease", recorded this debut (and last one) album in for Mercury. "Ancient Grease" played powerful hard-rock fortified with a strong dose of prog- and psychedelia, very much alike "King Crimson" and "Procol Harum"/5(10).
  6. Apr 25,  · Ancient Grease is a clever moniker for a band, although Strawberry Dust were rather baffled to find themselves so named on their debut album, Women and Children First. Dust's reputation as a rousing live act was already cemented by several years of plying cover songs around the South Wales club circuit, which is where drummer John Weathers.
  7. Feb 08,  · Ancient Grease - Women and Children First () UK, Heavy Psych, Hard Rock, Blues Rock.
  8. May 05,  · Forgotten Gem: Ancient Grease - Women and Children First Our personal music discoveries are very non-linear. One day we might be listening to a leaked single from an upcoming release, and the next, might stumble across a great album that's been covered in dust for half a century.
  9. ¸ ANCIENT GREASE ¸. The album opens with two basic yet fluent blues rock numbers: Hints of The Doors can be found on "Freedom Train," which also ends with Little Richard inspired wails, while "Don’t Want" borrows early Led Zeppelin as well as the guitar wizardry of abinourtenlopeahypampwithsmestitic.coinfo Rating: % positive.

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