|A1||I Want You
Written-By – Graham Bond
|A2||Honky Tonk Train Blues
Written-By – Meade "Lux" Lewis
Written-By – Mick Walker
|A4||Orpheus And None For Ye
Written-By – Whitaker*, Morgan*, Walker*, Shutt*
Written-By – John Patton
|B2||Shout For Joy
Written-By – Albert Ammons
Written-By – Whitaker*, Walker*
Written-By – Whitaker*
|AK 301||Spirit Of John Morgan||Spirit Of John Morgan (CD, Album, RE, Pap)||Akarma||AK 301||Italy||2004|
|AIRAC-1405||Spirit Of John Morgan||Spirit Of John Morgan (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap)||Air Mail Archive||AIRAC-1405||Japan||2007|
|CNLS 6002||Spirit Of John Morgan||Spirit Of John Morgan (LP, Album)||Carnaby||CNLS 6002||Spain||1969|
|SCBYL-933629, SMX-33319||Spirit Of John Morgan||Spirit Of John Morgan (LP, Album)||Carnaby , Carnaby||SCBYL-933629, SMX-33319||New Zealand||1969|
|CNLS 6002||Spirit Of John Morgan||Spirit Of John Morgan (LP, Album)||Carnaby , La Compagnie||CNLS 6002||France||1969|
Spirit Of John Morgan – Won t You Come Home. Spirit Of John Morgan – Honky Tonk Train Blues. Spirit of John Morgan – Ride On. 3:11. Spirit Of John Morgan – B2 Shout For Joy. 2:45. Spirit Of John Morgan – A2 Honky Tonk Train Blues. Spirit of John Morgan – The Yodel. Spirit Of John Morgan – Shout For Joy. 2:46. Spirit Of John Morgan – 02. Honky Tonk Train Blues. John Morgan – Psychic Wheels. Spirit Of John Morgan – A Train For All Reasons. Spirit Of John Morgan – Ride On- 1971.
Spirit of John Morgan (1969) - good mix of psycedelic rock, heavy blues, some folk and early british progressive rock (especially great John Morgan's organ). surely their best album. Grham Bond's song "I Want You" from this album later was again covered by retro prog Italian band called "Standarte" in their s/t album. Also includes "Honky Tonk Train Blues" :-). Age Machine (1970) - more pop/folk oriented tracks but still many good prog rock songs here like "Lost Nirvana"(with evident classical music influences), "Seventh.
Spirit of John Morgan. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations. CD - Repertoire 1085). Although released in 1971, the debut self-titled album by Spirit of John Morgan was actually recorded two years earlier, before the spirit of the '60s dissipated into the excesses of the '70s. But even back in 1969, the British quartet were already fish out of water, gasping for R&B in a Technicolor age of psychedelia. So they created their own, an entire album's worth of strong, shadowed, R&B numbers underlit by magnificent musicianship and powerful rhythms. The set opener, a menacing cover of Graham Bond 's "I Want You," is a case in point, stalker-like.
More albums from Spirit of John Morgan. Age Machine + Bonus Track (Remastered).