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Formed in the late 60's, Morly Grey performed as the opening act for Bob Seger, The Platters, Brownsville Station, Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels, Cactus (formerly of Vanilla Fudge), Wolfman Jack and others. Also the band Law opened for Morly Grey. A spiritual journey through the angst and heartache of the late 60's, Drummer Paul Cassidy , Guitarist Tim Roller and his brother Mark ... Read more in Amazon's Morly Grey Store

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  • Audio CD
  • ASIN: B004MFN15A
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,789,652 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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LP 1972 - CD 2010 / Remastered / 8 Musictracks / CD produced 2010 by FLAWED GEMS Records ( GEM 15 ) re-issue

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Trevor Williams on March 18, 2005
Format: Audio CD
A spiritual journey through the angst and heartache of the late 60's. Drummer Paul Cassidy , Guitarist Tim Roller and his brother Mark on Bass , take you with them on a mystical jaunt though time and space with screeching guitar solo's, melodic bass runs and frantic drum rolls. This truly is a classic. Over 35 years of continuous sales worldwide with copies of the original LP being auctioned at well over $ 800.00. Side two features Drummer Bob LaNave who became the Morly Grey's " Ringo Starr " when their " Pete Best " (Pete Cassidy) was fired. All The songs were written by Paul Cassidy and the Roller Brothers. Originally titled " The First Supper " the LP contains a poster of what would have been the album cover. The title track is a seventeen minute Rock Opus that will continue to be on the " must hear " list of every rock music aficionado for years to come. I never really appreciated these three young lads who used to practice their original music in my attic...untill it was too late....I miss you , Pete.
R.I.P. Paul Trever Cassidy 1953-2001
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Golovanov Alexey on March 2, 2011
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The genuine sound and drive of the 70s, originally recorded in 1971 and released in 1972 on Starshine Records (LP 69000). Top-rate power trio from Ohio: brothers Mark and Tim Roller and drummer Paul Cassidy. Absolutely original music, blending minimalistic hard'n heavy (rivaling & reminding mainly Grand Funk) with virtuoso guitar solos pre-dating guitar demi-gods of the 80s (Yngwie Malmsteen et al. for example), with melodic mesmerizing and moody ventures into acid music of the Doors. The band is extremely creative and talented,feeling at ease with most complicated and sofisticated rythms and jamming freely.
The style is difficult (if not impossible!) to describe: its progressive rock, it's psychedelic, and it's very hard!
Perhaps not the greatest singers, but pleasant unison singing (in the tradition of prog) without disgraceful nasal howling of British invasion
A true masterpiece, 8 remastered tracks, plus 5 bonus tracks (3 previously unreleased), excellent artwork - Sundazed Music did a great job.
Another jewel saved for posterity.
Six stars!!!
Put next to: Shiver; Fields; Peacepipe (Reis); Movin' On; Moon Blood
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Trevor Williams on March 18, 2005
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A spiritual journey through the angst and heartache of the late 60's. Drummer Paul Cassidy , Guitarist Tim Roller and his brother Mark on Bass , take you with them on a mystical jaunt though time and space with screeching guitar solo's, melodic bass runs and frantic drum rolls. This truly is a classic. Over 35 years of continuous sales worldwide with copies of the original LP being auctioned at well over $ 800.00. Side two features Drummer Bob LaNave who became the Morly Grey's " Ringo Starr " when their " Pete Best " (Pete Cassidy) was fired. All The songs were written by Paul Cassidy and the Roller Brothers. Originally titled " The First Supper " the LP contains a poster of what would have been the album cover. The title track is a seventeen minute Rock Opus that will continue to be on the " must hear " list of every rock music aficionado for years to come. I never really appreciated these three young lads who used to practice their original music in my attic...untill it was too late....I miss you , Pete.
R.I.P. Paul Trever Cassidy 1953-2001
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By larry vadjinia on April 15, 2013
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iv'e always liked this album. the remastered cd is really nice. the only glitch was on the title track where it mellos out and its real quiet, i hear a noise that shouldnt be there, but compared to my scratched copy iv'e been playing over the years this cd really sounds great, i like alot of different music,this one is one i hope others get to enjoy. larry
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