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Nyitólap » 2015 » November/November » 1 » Crabby Appleton - Rotten to the Core! (1971/2002) Elektra/Collector's Choice
Crabby Appleton - Rotten to the Core! (1971/2002) Elektra/Collector's Choice
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Crabby Appleton's Rotten to the Core -- -- the title of which, no doubt, comes from lyrics once sung by the villainous Crabby Appleton character on the Tom Terrific cartoon show: "My name is Crabby Appleton/I'm rotten to the core" -- was released in October 1971. The band's second album, and last as a group, captures them reaching out to find a sound of their own, veering off into boogie rock and heavier Zeppelin-esque romps, twice removed from the plaintive power pop and conga-driven rock of their debut. Rousing barrelhouse piano and varied string instruments (mandolins and violins) are only one reason for the rollicking new direction. Once again, Michael Fennelly's proven songwriting skills and lead vocals remain the front-and-center attraction here. At times, his screechy, Robert Plant-style falsetto (especially on the single "My Little Lucy," retitled for release on the album as "Lucy") foreshadows the direction he would take on future solo albums. "It's So Hard" sounds like a gospel-influenced take on Van Morrison's "Tupelo Honey," with solid backing by the Blackberries (Clydie King, Oma Drake, and Jessica Smith). "Paper to Write On" sounds like it could be a track by the Flying Burrito Brothers. Like the self-titled debut (a better effort overall, though this one isn't bad), Rotten to the Core was reissued in 2002 by Collectors Choice. ~ AllMusic review by Bryan Thomas


Crabby Appleton

Michael Fennelly - Guitar, Vocals
Felix "Flaco" Falcon - Conga, Timbale
Casey Foutz - Keyboards
Hank Harvey - Bass
Phil Jones - Drums

Additional Musicians

David Grisman - Mandolin
Byron Berline - Fiddle
The Blackberries (Clyde King, Oma Drake, Jesse Smith) - Vocals

Tracklist:

01 - Smokin' In The Mornin'
02 - Tomorrow's A New Day
03 - It's So Hard
04 - Makes No Difference
05 - You Make Me Hot
06 - One More Time
07 - Lucy
08 - Paper To Write On
09 - Lookin' For Love
10 - Love Can Change Everything
11 - Gonna Save You (From That)

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