Thursday, 17 August 2017

Stoneground-Stoneground 3-1972 US

Stoneground was a rock band formed in 1970 in Concord, California. Originally a trio, Stoneground expanded to a 10-piece band by the time of their eponymous 1971 debut album. The group appeared in two films, Medicine Ball Caravan (1971) and Dracula A.D. 1972 (1972), and released three albums before singer Sal Valentino quit in 1973.
 Stoneground was formed in 1968 in the San Francisco suburb of Concord, California. The original lineup consisted of Tim Barnes (guitars, vocals), Luther Bildt (guitars, vocals), and Mike Mau (drums). Band manager and former Autumn Records executive Tom Donahue introduced the band to ex-Beau Brummels singer Sal Valentino and John Blakely (guitars, bass), both of whom joined Stoneground. Four female vocalists—Annie Sampson, Lynne Hughes, Lydia Phillips, and Deirdre LaPorte—were also added to the group. While touring America and Europe, the band added another new member, bassist/keyboardist Pete Sears, later of Jefferson Starship and Hot Tuna.
"Stoneground 3", sometimes stylized as Stoneground Three, is the third album by American rock band Stoneground, released in 1972 on Warner Bros (BS 2645). It was the final studio album to feature the band's original lineup, as eight of the ten members quit shortly after the album's release.(wiki)
From this album i chose "From A Sad Man Into A Deep Blue Sea", "Dancin'" and "Down To The Bottom". Enjoy!!!

-by dj fanis: here

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