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22 de dez de 2012

Dave Clarke - The Dream Machine "Steps" by Celso Loos

The Dream Machine - Steps

The Dream Machine é um dos pseudônimos de Dave Clarke (não confundir com o cara da Dave Clarke Band)
Este é seu segundo álbum solo (o primeiro foi o Dave Carlsen - Pale Horse).

Os agradecimentos são para o Duga,  que hoje comanda os blogs Melofilia e Discofilos Anônimos
Ele o adquiriu e nem chegou a postá-los.

Portanto, taí mais uma exclusividade para o site.

O som é rock, mas se quiser chamar de progarghsivo também poderia, principalmente pela presença de STEPS, abrangendo as faixas
Seventeen
Summer Days
Change Partners
Wouldn’t You Be Lonely Now
On The Street
The Clean Up
The Final Step

Divirta-se então. Outro, só em 2013 e somente se o Palmeiras retornar para a primeira divisão kkkkkkkkkkkkkk
Celso Loos

Obs: Vcs vão vendo o que recebo de emails e este ainda é de amigo, imagine se fosse postar dos inimigos,rs

Poucas e raras imagens, tb foi difícil com o Pale Horse prq demoramos anos pra achar, mas o Celso achou, sons desse cara são realmente pra colecionadores e a imagem abaixo pesquei ao acaso, tem mais, mas como disse raras.

Como sempre Celso, um agradecimento de coração, nossa jornada juntos sempre me dá contentamento e sua amizade tb, sincero e sem frescuras, é isso aí, sigamos em busca da essência.

Dave has recorded at different times as Dave Carlsen and as Dream Machine.

Dream Machine’s “Steps” is a truly imaginative and epic work with every musical style in the booknbsp; A broad and sometimes disturbing journey through the mind with bizarre and romantic songs about Jack The Ripper, hookers, nymphomaniacs, suicide, murder, one night stands, the homeless and a love story.

All tracks written by Dave Clarke, all instruments/vocals Dave except
Rob Kenton (bass)
Paul Ross (drums) on some tracks

Dave Carlsen’s original 1973 album is here finally released on CD with four bonus tracks from the original sessions.

Keith Moon and Noel Redding head a strong guest list on the credits of this collectors’ album.


Dave Clarke is a singer, guitarist and keyboard player.
Clarke started playing piano at the age of 4 and guitar at 9. His first record in 1963(at the age of 15) was produced by Luigi Creatore at New York’s Roulette Records. Often confused with his Dave Clark Five namesake, his 1971 solo album Pale Horse saw him temporarily renamed as Dave Carlsen. The album featured Keith Moon and Noel Redding.

He also auditioned for David Bowie at the Lyceum in 1971 but didn’t go on the Ziggy Stardust Tour.

Clarke formed The Noel Redding Band with Redding, Les Sampson and Eric Bell (after false starts with Pete Kircher, Mickey Gee and Mick Taylor).

Despite the name, the band's songwriting and lead vocal duties were shared equally by Clarke and Redding. The band went on to two singles, two albums on RCA (Clonakilty Cowboys and Blowin')and four major US tours.

Another album was eventually released later on Dave’s own Mouse Record label.
He then formed White Line with Jimmy McCulloch and his brother Jack, releasing two singles and one album.

Clarke met Carl Wilson and Bruce Johnston in London in 1977 and went to California on the Beach Boys payroll.

He formed a band in Los Angeles with members of Spirit, Jo Jo Gunne and The Undisputed Truth - all Clarke’s songs, some of which were later released on his second solo album under the name The Dream Machine.

Jimmy McCulloch instigated another new LA band featuring Jim, Dave, Carl Wilson and Terry Kath. Terry died prematurely, the band would soon follow. Songwriter throughout for Southern Music, ATV Music, Screen Gems and Heath-Levy.

Dave Clarke joined the Royal Navy in 1979 and after active service in the Falklands War and elsewhere, retired as Commander in 1992.

He then set up Mouse Records and formed Shut Up Frank with Mick Avory, Noel Redding, Jim Leverton, Richard Simmons and Dave Rowberry.

He collaborated on and off with Tim Rose from 1974 until Tim’s death in 2002, including shows in Ireland and England and three albums.

He has been lead singer and lead guitarist with The Kast Off Kinks since 1994.
DREAM MAchine

Steps

Track List

A Little Walk With Me

Can She Stand The Pain

The Second Star

Steps :

Seventeen

Summer Days

Change Partners

Wouldn’t You Be Lonely Now

On The Street

The Clean Up

The Final Step

Weekend Raver

Alone With My Heart

Hand Me Down My Razor

Friendship Hall

It’s Late Now

Good Morning Mr Allenby


Enjoy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!