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Tuesday, 10 April 2018

Ice “Melting Your Mind"1972 US Private Psych Blues Rock


Ice “Melting Your Mind"1972 very rare US Private Psych Blues Rock
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An Illinois band. Most of the members had been playing together in bands for several years; Bakalar and Kerestes since March 1965. Ice began in October 1971. The band played local clubs and dances and was a popular live attraction for about a year. In March 1972, they recorded the tracks for their album at a local studio. The Melting Your Mind album is a patchy affair, suffering mainly from poor material that does not serve to highlight the band’s ability. The opening track, Daughter Of Venus is probably the record’s most impressive piece, being the closest approximation of a vehicle for Young’s female vocals. Most readers of this book will likely prefer Five Card Draw however, a loud bluesy jam that sounds like Farm. A couple of cuts are downright poor, with In My Oldsmobile leading the way. Sadly, no minds were melted by this album. …by…(Clark Faville) ….~

Credits 
Bass – Bob McKee (2) 
Drums, Percussion – Tim Kerestes 
Engineer – Anthony Angelo 
Guitar – Alan Shupp (tracks: A4) 
Guitar, Vocals, Producer – Wayne Bakalar 
Lead Vocals – Alan Shupp (tracks: B2) 
Piano, Flute, Vocals, Producer – Dan Neff (2) 
Vocals – Robin Young (7)

Tracklist 
A1 Daughter Of Venus 2:35 
A2 New Nation 3:48 
A3 In My Oldsmobile 2:45 
A4 Five Card Draw 4:15 
B1 Retirement 3:38 
B2 Chicago Blues 3:43 
B3 Final Goodbye 5:20 

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