Carolina County Ball is the second studio album by the rock band Elf, released as an LP in 1974 on the MGM label. It was released in the United States and Japan as . All tracks written by Dio and Soule. On some of the European releases of "Carolina County Ball", the first song is listed as "Carolina Country Ball" making this album somewhat of a collector's item. Ronnie James Dio: Lead Vocals. Steve Edwards: Lead Guitar. Micky Lee Soule: Keyboards, Rhythm Guitar.
Carolina county ball. 1LP. Two years after the release of their eponymous debut, Elf recorded Carolina County Ball. After touring with Deep Purple they were influenced by their music and created a complex sound that brought together elements of hard rock, funk, blues and honky-tonk. 180-gram audiophile vinyl. Band Name Elf. Album Name Carolina County Ball. 版公司 Purple Records Safari.
Elf (3) – Carolina County Ball. Label: Air Mail Archive – AIRAC-1516. Series: British Cult Label Collection –. Format: CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered. Matrix, Runout: AIRAC-1516 3W V. Mastering SID Code: IFPI L244. Mould SID Code: IFPI 1441. Other Versions (5 of 19) View All.
Two years after the release of their eponymous debut, Elf went back into the studio to record their second album. In this time, some changes had taken place with regards to the band’s lineup. David ‘Rock’ Feinstein was replaced as the group’s axeman by Steve Edwards and Craig Gruber was brought in to handle bass guitar duties. This freed up singer Ronald James Padavona (. Ronnie James Dio) to concentrate fully on his vocals and lyrics for the next album.
Though they would release one more album under the Elf moniker, Carolina County Ball is the one they should have been most proud of. It was by all means a spectacular achievement, cramming so much in there and still having an album chock full of tasty cuts that makes it so irresistibly infectious that the listener is bound to tap their feet along to the nine hard-rocking, funky tunes. by Conor, sputnikmusic. Tracklist: 01. Carolina Country Ball 02. . 59 03. Ain't It All Amusing 04.