Monday, 18 July 2016

Tarbaby "February" 1972 US Pivate Psych Blues Rock

Tarbaby  "February" 1972 US Pivate Psych Blues Rock
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Tarbaby was a very popular local band in the early 1970's in and around the Tallahassee area. Pat Muth, Brewster Banks, and Wally Knoelke had their own style of music that was fresh, raw, and original. Lay back and listen to some of the best music to come out of the Florida panhandle in the early 1970's!! 

Tarbaby released the "Bullseye" album in April, 1973 in Tallahassee, Florida. The three piece group played in and around Tallahassee and the Southeast with the song "Gotta Find Me a Woman" reaching into the top 20 in Panama City and the top 5 in Tallahassee. They performed with Eric Carmen and the Raspberries in Panama City and were the featured entertainment for the Coral Gables Junior-Senior prom at the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables, Florida in June, 1974. 

Tarbaby pursued separate careers in late 1975. Since then Patrick Muth formed the Band "Crybaby" (1976-1960), and since 1980 has been playing under the name "The Cove Hotel Band" out of Panama City. Brewster Banks released 8 more albums under various names. Waliy Knoelke still plays the drums everyday. 
by Pat Muth, Tallahasse, Florida January, 2010.....~

"Finally, after quite a lot of legal haggling, we proudly announce the release of this great Florida Panhandle band!! Recorded in February, 1972, this album is very reminiscent of Ten Years After and The Allman Brothers. Outstanding vocals and searing guitar leads; this release promises to be the release of 2010.....~

Tarbaby 
Patrick Muth - Rythym Lead Guitars, Harmonica, Vocals 
Brewster Banks - Bass Guitar, Piano, Vocals 
Wally Knoelke - Drums, Percussion, Trumpet 

Tracks 
1. Have You Seen My Baby? - :18 
2. Swing - 4:37 
3. Mustang Sally (Bonny Rice) - 2:52 
4. I Need Your Love - 3:11 
5. Gotta Find Me A Woman - 3:01 
6. Bootleg (Fogerty) 3:36 
7. So Long - 2:59 
8. My Back Door - 2:52 
9. Baked Tomato - 4:35 
10.New Song - 3:56 



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