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It makes for a very poor listen of an otherwise wonderful album, one that could have perhaps used an additional session. The 14-track CD drops one track from the original LP, but includes two songs from their Sympathy for the Record Industry EP from 1998: "Where Were You?" and "Things Come Back to You," two tracks dating back to December 1996, just one month after the band formed.
Profile: Garage freakbeat psychedelic band from England formed in late 1996.
another productive day at North Down Sound with Tom Hodges channeling his inner Ian Anderson/Roland Kirk/Ron Burgundy, laying down some sweet flute!! Quincy Jones - SOUL BOSSA NOVA.
The Embrooks (1 Albums, 7 Tracks). TAGGED AS: the embrooks. Formed at the tail end of ‘96 from the ashes of The Lyds, The Embrooks are the hottest freakbeat trio the UK has to offer! Since their inception a little under 12 years ago, the band have gone from strength to strength, discarding their initial moody teen punk approach in favour of something a touch more NOW and HAPPENING, drawing on influences ranging from The Who and The Creation through to The Birds and Mike Stuart Span (to name but a few). The aforementioned debut long player, titled ‘Separations’, was released April ‘99 on Dig The Fuzz (and recorded, like the 2 45s, on 4-track at the famed Terrace Studios). This monstrous 12 incher was re-released in October 2000 by Dionysus, in a remixed format for the US market.
Where Were You? Things Come Back to You. How You Want It To. You Take Me for Rides. But I Didn't Know Him. Sun's Going Down. You Will Never Change. Love Is a Beautiful Thing. I Don't Like) What You Do. I Was Alone. Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve. Packaging All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.
Guitar – Alessandro Cozzi Lepri, Mole Mastered By – Davic Shultz Organ – Alessandro Cozzi Lepri Photography – Duncan Soar Producer – The Embrooks Vocals – Alessandro Cozzi Lepri, Mole Written-By – Cozzi Lepri (tracks: 10, 11, 13, 14), Tozer (tracks: 3, 5, 13), Lambert (tracks: 1, 3, 8, 14), Appleton (tracks: 2, 6, 8, 10, 11). Notes. Recorded at Terrace Studios Mastered at Digiprep, Hollywood, CA Released in the US by arrangement with Dig The Fuzz.
The Embrooks don't get the attention of say, the Strokes or White Stripes. And that's unfortunate. Because they're among the extremely few groups performing an older style of music without sounding contrived, or betraying traces of their modernity. Everything about "Separations" is delightful and true-to-life -like finding a great unknown album from 1965 or '66. And it's total fun to listen to. Fans of '60s garage rock, folk rock and early psychedelia will find this album well worth the price
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The Embrooks I Was Alone (Separations.
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|1||Where Were You?||2:47|
|2||Things Come Back To You||5:00|
|3||How You Want It To||2:49|
|4||You Take Me For Rides
Written-By – Mondelli*, Edwards*
|5||Venus At Night
Written-By – Baker*
Written-By – Fogerty*, Fogerty*
|8||But I Didn't Know Him||3:33|
|9||Sun's Going Down
Written-By – Splinter*, Tax*
|10||You Will Never Change||3:00|
|12||Love Is A Beautiful Thing
Written-By – Cavalier*, Cornish*
|13||(I Don't Like) What You Do||3:18|
|14||I Was Alone||2:20|
- Bass – Mole
- Drums – Lois Tozer
- Guitar – Alessandro Cozzi Lepri, Mole
- Mastered By – Davic Shultz*
- Organ – Alessandro Cozzi Lepri
- Photography – Duncan Soar
- Producer – The Embrooks
- Vocals – Alessandro Cozzi Lepri, Mole
- Written-By – Cozzi Lepri* (tracks: 10, 11, 13, 14), Tozer* (tracks: 3, 5, 13), Lambert* (tracks: 1, 3, 8, 14), Appleton* (tracks: 2, 6, 8, 10, 11)
NotesRecorded at Terrace Studios
Mastered at Digiprep, Hollywood, CA
Released in the US by arrangement with Dig The Fuzz
|ID123387||The Embrooks||Separations... (LP)||Dionysus Records||ID123387||US||2000|
|DIG 37||The Embrooks||Separations... (LP)||Dig the fuzz Records||DIG 37||UK||1999|