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  • Interprète: The Music Machine
  • Titre: (Turn On) The Music Machine
  • Ver. en format MP3: 2114 mb
  • Ver. en format FLAC: 2125 mb
  • Pays: US
  • Date de publication: 1966
  • Style: Garage Rock, Psychedelic Rock
  • # Catalogue: OSR LPM 5015, OSR-LPM-5015
  • Label: Original Sound
  • Classement: 4.0 of 5
  • Genre: Rock
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Tracklist

1Some Other Drum
Written-By – Bonniwell
2:29
2Come On In
Written-By – Bonniwell
2:54
3Wrong
Written-By – Bonniwell
2:16
4Masculine Intuition
Written-By – Bonniwell
2:08
5See See Rider
Written-By – Rainey
2:29
6Hey Joe
Written-By – Roberts
4:12
7Cherry Cherry
Written-By – Diamond
3:12
8The People In Me
Written-By – Bonniwell
2:53
9Talk Talk
Written-By – Bonniwell
1:56
1096 Tears
Written-By – The Mysterians
2:17
11Trouble
Written-By – Bonniwell
2:11
12Taxman
Written-By – Harrison
2:33

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
OSR LPM 5015, OSR-LPM-5015The Music Machine (Turn On) The Music Machine ‎(LP, Album, Mono)Original Sound, Original SoundOSR LPM 5015, OSR-LPM-5015US1966
ODR6416The Music Machine (Turn On) The Music Machine ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap)Oldays RecordsODR6416Japan2017
REP 5094The Music Machine Turn On ‎(CD, Album, RE, Jew)Repertoire RecordsREP 5094Germany2007
0888072045927, CR00068The Music Machine (Turn On) The Music Machine ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM)Craft Recordings, Craft Recordings0888072045927, CR00068Europe2018
OSR LPM 5015, OSR-LPM-5015The Music Machine (Turn On) The Music Machine ‎(LP, Album, Mono)Original Sound, Original SoundOSR LPM 5015, OSR-LPM-5015US1966

Crédits

  • Arranged By [Rhythms]Mark Landon
  • Bass Guitar [Base Guitar]Kieth Olsen
  • Design [Jacket]Sylvester Brown
  • DrumsRon Edgar
  • EngineerPaul Buff
  • Executive-ProducerMaurie Bercov
  • Harmony VocalsRhodes, Olsen
  • Lead GuitarMark Landon
  • Liner NotesSean Bonniwell
  • OrganDoug Rhodes
  • Photography ByGene Simmons
  • ProducerBrian Ross
  • Rhythm GuitarSean Bonniwell
  • Written-By [All Original Songs]Sean Bonniwell (tracks: A1, A2, A5 to B1, B3, B5)

Notes

Los Angeles pressing.
First cat. no. on front spine and sleeve; second on labels.
Back cover has printing date of 11/66 on bottom left corner

Recorded November 1966 at Original Sound Studios, Hollywood, California.

Track A3 Published by Tallyrand Music (BMI);
A4 - Maclen (BMI);
B2 - Leeds Music Co. (ASCAP);
B4 - Ed Arguello Pub. Co. (BMI);
B6 - Third Story Music (BMI);
all others Thrush Music Publishing (BMI).

Codes-barres

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): (master #or-5575)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): (master #or-5576)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 33-UB-2653-F-1 1 ✲ Side-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 33-UB-2654-F-1 1 ✲ Side-2
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Pressing Plant ID: ✲
  • Other (Jacket Mfg. Date - back bottom left): 11/66

Entreprises

  • Recorded At – Original Sound Studio
  • Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Los Angeles
  • Distributed By – Original Sound Sales Corp.
  • Published By – Thrush Music Publishing
  • Published By – Tallyrand Music
  • Published By – Maclen Music, Inc.
  • Published By – Leeds Music Corp.
  • Published By – Ed Arguello Music
  • Published By – Third Story Music
  • Manufactured By – Capitol Custom, Hollywood

Vidéo

Album

Turn On The Music Machine is the debut album by the American garage rock band the Music Machine, and was released on Original Sound Records on December 31, 1966. It arrived just months after the group's hit single, Talk Talk, propelled to number 15 on the national charts. Although the album was hastily recorded to capitalize on the Music Machine's popularity, Turn On The Music Machine managed to become a moderate hit on the Billboard 200, and is hailed today as a classic garage rock piece. From the acclaimed The Music Machine album Turn On The Music Machine. Digitally re-mastered and restored to it's original vinyl release Music Machine was an American rock band formed in Los Angeles, CA, in 1966. Fronted by chief songwriter and lead vocalist Sean Bonniwell died December 20, 2011, the band cultivated a characteristically dark and rebellious image n read more. Learn more. Recent Listening Trend. Album 1966 12 Songs. Try it in album The Music Machine - Turn On 1966. The Music Machine - Talk Talk. The Music Machine - Trouble. The Music Machine - Cherry Cherry. The Music Machine - Taxman. The Music Machine - Some Other Drum. The Music Machine - Masculine Intuition. The Music Machine - The People In Me. The Music Machine - See See Rider. The Music Machine - Wrong. The Music Machine - 96 Tear. The Ultimate Turn On. Your Rating. The Music Machine was an American rock band formed in Los Angeles, California in 1966. Fronted by chief songwriter and lead vocalist Sean Bonniwell, the band cultivated a characteristically dark and rebellious image reflected in an untamed musical approach. Sometimes it made use of distorted guitar lines and hallucinogenic organ parts, punctuated by Bonniwell's distinctively throaty vocals. Although they managed to attain national chart success only briefly with two singles, the Music Machine is today. The Music Machine: Talk Talk, Trouble, Cherry Cherry и другие песни. Type Album. Released date 1966. Labels Big Beat Records Original Sound Entertainment Impact Records. Music StylePsychedelic Rock. Members owning this album0. Talk Talk. Cherry Cherry. Some Other Drum. Turn On The Music Machine. The Music Machine. Released 1966. Turn On The Music Machine Tracklist. Talk Talk Lyrics. Come on In Lyrics. Hey Joe Lyrics. About Turn On The Music Machine. Turn On The Music Machine Q&A

Commentaires (1)

Inerrace
Incredible album, truly blew my mind when I first heard it, listened to it several times in a row. Love the mono version, but I actually think I like the stereo version more, which is unusual for me & 60's stuff. Stereo is real stereo (or at least sounds like ti in headphones, expect maybe (?) Talk Talk) not reprocessed rubbish. Particularly like the stereo echo of Bonniwell's vocals on Hey Joe.

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