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Ghost, The - When You're Dead One Second CD

Label: Walhalla
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The Ghost - When You're Dead - One Second CD. Remastered reissue of highly regarded 1970 UK progressive psychedelic acid rock album featuring ex-Velvett Fogg members. (sealed)

Track Listing:

  1. When You're Dead
  2. Hearts and Flowers
  3. In Heaven
  4. Time is My Enemy
  5. Too Late To Cry
  6. For One Second
  7. Night of the Warlock
  8. Indian Maid
  9. My Castle Has Fallen
  10. The Storm
  11. Me and My Loved Ones
  12. I've Got to Get to Know You

Features

Genre:
Psychedelic
Format:
CD
Discs:
1
Manufacturer:
Walhalla
Orig Year:
1970
Country of Origin:
UK

Reviews

Ghost formed in Birmingham in the late sixties. They started out playing a heavish sort of blues-rock before they met up with singer Shirley Kent who'd already recorded two tracks on a charity EP, The Master Singers And Shirley Kent Sing For Charec 67 (Keele University 103) in 1966. Paul Eastment had earlier played in Velvett Fogg.

They recorded their album at the end of 1969, spawning their first 45 at the end of the year. When You're Dead was a strong song with a clear US West Coast influence. It was hardly Chart material, though, so predictably sales were poor. The album came out in January 1970. There's a clear contrast between the folk pieces that Shirley Kent sings on like Hearts And Flowers and Time Is My Enemy, which in style recall Sandy Denny's heyday in Fairport Convention, and the blues-rock numbers contributed by the rest of the band, of which For One Second sounds the strongest. Also worth checking out is the powerful Too Late To Cry. The album has now become a major collector's item, partly on account of its rarity but also on account of the breadth of its appeal to fans of both blues-rock and folk.

The band returned to the studio in Spring 1970 to record I've Got To Get To Know You. Another track from their album, For One Second, was put on the flip, but when the 45 failed to sell the band slowly began to fall apart. Shirley Kent left to pursue a solo career and eventually released an album in 1975, Fresh Out, under the pseudonym Virginia Tree. I haven't heard it but it's reputedly folkier than Ghost's output and featured former band members Paul Eastment and Terry Guy on three of the tracks. After Kent's departure, the remaining band members soldiered on for a while using the name Resurrection but this later incarnation of the band didn't make it onto vinyl.

In 1987, Bam-Caruso reissued Ghost's album under the title For One Second with the addition of the non-LP 45 track, I've Got To Get To Know You. More recently the album has been reissued on vinyl and CD.

Danny Macguire sadly died in late 1998.
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