One, MOGUL THRASH, on Voiceprint/Blueprint is a straight reissue of the six track album, with a bonus of their non-LP single, "Sleeping In The Kitchen," penned by their Producer, Brian Auger. The Oblivion Express served to cultivate several musicians, including future The Average White Band drummers Robbie McIntosh and Steve Ferrone, as well as guitarist Jim Mullen. Genres: Jazz-Rock. Brian Auger was born on J, in Hammersmith in London. I have quite a few well-done Brian Auger reissues they released about the same year, 1999. Releases include: Encore (Brian Auger & Julie Tippetts), Big City (Lenny White), Mogul Thrash (Mogul Thrash).
Featured New Releases. Producer – MOGUL THRASH (ft. BRIAN AUGER) Brian Auger Tenor Saxophone – Malcolm Duncan Vocals – John Wetton (tracks: 5, 8, 10). (July ) Brian Albert Gordon Auger (born 18 July 1939) is an English jazz rock and rock music keyboardist who specializes in the Hammond organ.
Released in on Flawed Gems (catalog no. No album resulted from this collaboration. ) and Roger BALL and made an excellent album very much in the. Roles performed: organ, Hammond organ, piano, keyboards, vocals. Mogul Thrash released just one album, the eponymous Mogul Thrash (1971). Auger toured with Kim Simmonds, Gregg Errico, and Tim Bogert in the mid 1980s in a band they called Maestro. Find similar artists to Brian Auger&39;s Oblivion Express and discover new music. Two members of that band, Roger Ball and Malcolm Duncan, would also go on to form the Average White Band.
Brian Auger toured with Kim Simmonds, Gregg Errico, and Tim Bogert in the mid 1980s, in a band they called Maestro. The group were also mentioned in the Half Man Half Biscuit song "The Best Things in Life" from the ACD album. In 1970 he formed Brian Auger&39;s Oblivion Express, shortly after abandoning the abortive "Wassenaar Arrangement" jazz-fusion commune in a small suburb of The Hague. Mogul Thrash, an Album by Mogul Thrash. It was produced by Brian Auger, who also played piano on one of the tracks. Likewise, in 1971 he produced and appeared on Mogul Thrash&39;s only album, Mogul Thrash. &39;Mogul Thrash&39; - another album I originally purchased as a vinyl sometime in the 1970&39;s.
Mogul Thrash is most famous for being the point of entry for a one John Wetton, though in reality this was guitarist James Litherland&39;s band fresh off his stint with Colosseum. The group were also mentioned in the Half Man Half Biscuit song. Find album credit information for Mogul Thrash - Mogul Thrash on AllMusic AllMusic.
Brian Auger - Samples, Covers and Remixes on WhoSampled. 01 - Sleeping in the Kitchen 02 - Dreams of Glass and Sand 03 - Going North, Going West 04 - Something Sad 05 - Elegy 06 - What&39;s This I Hear 07 - St. Full music credits for Brian Auger: 84 performances.
ARLP501; Vinyl MOGUL THRASH (ft. BRIAN AUGER) LP). In effect Mogul Thrash became the missing link between several bands: Colosseum, King Crimson, Average White Band, etc. The line-up is a who is who of the prog and rock scene basically and only regarding Michael Rosen and drummer Bill Harrison there&39;s nothing to find about a life after MOGUL THRASH. Brian Albert Gordon Auger(born 18 July 1939) is an English jazz rock and rock music keyboardist who specializes in the Hammond organ. MOGUL THRASH released MOGUL THRASH, in 1971.
Brian Auger&39;s Oblivion Express featured Robbie McIntosh on drums, who would later become a founder-member of the Average White Band. Scrobble songs to get recommendations on tracks, albums, and artists you&39;ll love. Mogul Thrash is the sole album by English progressive rock band Mogul Thrash, released in 1971 by RCA Records.
Brian Auger is on hand for direction and some piano. I neither have or have heard this version. Brian Auger was born on J. He plays the Hammond organ. Mogul Thrash (1971) Something Sad Elegy Dreams of MOGUL THRASH (ft. BRIAN AUGER) Glass and Sand Going North, Going West St. In 1964, Auger established a band titled ‘The Steampacket’ alongside Vic Briggs, Julie Driscoll and Rod Stewart. Likewise, in 1971 he produced and appeared on Mogul Thrash’s only album, Mogul Thrash. Brian Auger: Guest Artist, Piano, Producer.
In 1989, Auger was musical director for the thirteen-part film retrospective series "Villa Fantastica", made for German TV. Peter What&39;s This I Hear Sleeping in the Kitchen (bonus track on CD reissue) Additional information Artist information: Disbanded Years active:Former members: James Litherland – guitar and vocals John Wetton – bass guitar, guitar and vocals Roger Ball – alto, baritone and soprano. Mp3&92;&92;70Mb **** James Litherland / guitars and vocals - John Wetton / bass and vocals - Bill Harrisson / drums - Malcolm Duncan / Tenor saxop. In 1970 formed Brian,Brian Auger&39;s Oblivion Express, shortly after abandoning the abortive "Wassenaar Arrangement" jazz-fusion commune in a small suburb of The Hague. Future Average White Band members provide the horns. Mogul Thrash biography Founded in London, UK in 1969 (as James Litherland&39;s Brotherhood) - Disbanded in 1971 When guitarist James LITHERLAAND got sacked from COLOSSEUM, although he was one of the main elements that made them so popular as he was the singer, he quickly formed MOGUL THRASH along with John WETTON (KING CRIMSON etc. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1971 Gatefold Vinyl release of Mogul Thrash on Discogs.
More MOGUL THRASH (ft. Mogul Trash I suppose were one of the early "Supergroups" of the 70&39;s who recorded this one and only fantastic album. Released in (catalog no. Mogul Thrash, a Bootleg of songs by Mogul Thrash. BRIAN AUGER) images. Mogul Thrash released just the one album, Mogul Thrash (1971), produced by Brian Auger who also played piano on one of the tracks.
This page contains detailed performer credits and artist credits (line-up and band members), songs and tracks list, reviews, information and album cover graphic picture or DVD cover graphic or picture. No album resulted from this collaboration and tour. The band started having problems. He incorporated jazz, early British pop, R&B, soul music, and rock into his sound.
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1999 CD release of Mogul Thrash on Discogs. In 1989, Auger was musical director for the thirteen-part film retrospective series Villa Fantastica, made for German TV. In 1971 he produced and appeared on Mogul Thrash&39;s only album, Mogul Thrash. Both Auger and MOGUL THRASH were on RCA, so that, besides his Producer credit, may be the link. Die Babyblauen Seiten sind die deutschsprachige Progressive Rock Enzyklopädie der Mailingliste progrock-dt: tausende Rezensionen von Prog-Platten, alt wie neu, und viele weitere Infos rund um Progressive Rock. The newest, MOGUL THRASH, is on "collector&39;s" label FLAWED GEMS, and is the best, especially sound-wise. , and their style of brass rock meets prog and jazz was very creative mixing in a wide. Label: Won-Sin Music Company - WS• Series: 100 Collection Of The World Best Rock Rarities - 022 • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Unofficial Release • Country: South Korea • Genre: Jazz, Rock • Style: Jazz-Rock, Prog Rock, Classic Rock.
Discover all Brian Auger&39;s music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Two members of that band, Roger Ball and Malcolm Duncan, would go on to form the Average White Band. Featuring the alumni talents of John Wetton on bass (King Crimson, Roxy Music), James Litherland Guitars (Colosseum), Roger Ball (Sax) & Malcolm Duncan - Sax (Average White Band), Michael Rosen- Trumpet (Eclection), Bill Harrison - Drums and the magician Mr. The second is on the Spanish label DISCONFORME. Likewise, in 1971 he produced and appeared on Mogul Thrash&39;s only album.
Can&39;t remember where I heard from it first or who suggested it to me. One, MOGUL THRASH, on Voiceprint/Blueprint is a straight reissue of the six track album, with a bonus of their non-LP single, "Sleeping In The Kitchen," penned by their Producer, Brian Auger. According to some sources it was Brian Auger&39;s idea to rename the band, avoiding confusion with another RCA signing called Brotherhood. Peter 08 - Dreams of Glass and Sand (alternate. He is an English jazz and rock keyboardist. In 1969 Auger, Driscoll and Trinity appeared performing in the United States on the nationally telecast 33⅓ Revolutions Per Monkee. Auger has worked with Rod Stewart, Tony Williams, Jimi Hendrix, John McLaughlin, Sonny Boy Williamson, Eric Burdon.