Rock, Metal The best music site on the web there is where you can read about and listen to blues, jazz, classical music and much more. This is your ultimate music resource. Tons of albums can be found within. http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/rock/4430.html Sat, 01 Oct 2022 02:30:18 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management en-gb Them - Here Comes The Night (1965) http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/rock/4430-them/24866-them-here-comes-the-night-1965.html http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/rock/4430-them/24866-them-here-comes-the-night-1965.html Them - Here Comes The Night (1965)

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A1 	Here Comes The Night 	2:45
A2 	Mystic Eyes 	2:41
A3 	Don't Look Back 	3:23
A4 	Little Girl 	2:21
A5 	One Two Brown Eyes 	2:39
A6 	Gloria 	2:38
B1 	One More Time 	2:47
B2 	If You And I Could Be As Two 	2:35
B3 	I Like It Like That 	3:35
B4 	I'm Gonna Dress In Black 	3:34
B5 	Route 66 	2:22
B6 	Go On Home Baby 	2:39

Alan Henderson - bass guitar
John McAuley - drums, piano, harmonica
Billy Harrison - lead guitar
Van Morrison - lead vocals, tenor saxophone, writer
Pete Bardens - organ

 

"Angry Young Them" is the debut a British Invasion band even more steeped in rhythm & blues than contemporaries like the Rolling Stones and the Animals. Though Van Morrison sings in a style very much akin to Jagger and Burden here (there is little evidence of the soulful versatility of his later solo work), there is the sense that he is a little more wild than they were, at least musically. One needs no better example than the opener, "Mystic Eyes," which has Morrison sounding absolutely unhinged with passion. The band is complimented by horns, again lending their music a more authentic r&b feel than many of the other great bands from across the proverbial pond.

And, of course, what review of this album would be complete without a mention of the all-time classic "Gloria," a rock & roll masterpiece of sex and danger the likes of which had never been heard before?

As is the case with much of Van Morrison's work, solo or otherwise, the album is at times a challenging listen, not always meant for pop consumption. That can be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on who is listening. ---Kenneth Bridgham, allmusic.com

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01. Mystic Eyes (Van Morrison) – 2:43
02. If You And I Could Be As Two (Van Morrison) – 2:53
03. Little Girl (Van Morrison) – 2:26
04. Just A Little Bit (Del Gordon) – 2:22
05. I Gave My Love A Diamond (Bert Berns) – 2:49
06. Gloria (Van Morrison) – 2:38
07. You Just Can't Win (Van Morrison) – 2:22
08. Go On Home Baby (Bert Berns) – 2:38
09. Don't Look Back (John Lee Hooker) – 3:22
10. I Like It Like That (Van Morrison) – 3:18
11. I'm Gonna Dress In Black (M.Gillon) – 3:34
12. Bright Lights Big City (Jimmy Reed) – 2:32
13. My Little Baby (Bert Berns, Wes Farrell) – 2:10
14. (Get Your Kicks On) Route 66 (Bobby Troup) – 2:24

Personnel:
- Van Morrison - lead vocals, tenor saxophone, harmonica
- Billy Harrison (William Harrison) - lead guitar
- Peter Bardens - organ
- Alan Henderson - bass
- Pat McAuley (Patrick John McAuley) - drums, piano, harmonica
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- Tommy Scott (M.Gillon) - producer (01-04,07,09-12,14)
- Bert Berns - producer (05,08,13)
- Dick Rowe - producer (06)

 

The debut album by the group, also known as The Angry Young Them, and half its tracks make it a dead-on rival to the Stones' debut album. This reissue features the album's original British configuration ("Just a Little Bit," "I Gave My Love a Diamond," "Bright Lights, Big City," and "My Little Baby" are here; "One Two Brown Eyes" and "Here Comes the Night" are absent). "My Little Baby" was no huge loss, being a pale imitation of "Here Comes the Night," but the omitted "Just a Little Bit" features a Howlin' Wolf/"Spoonful"-style performance by Van Morrison that would have incinerated a lot of American teens. On the other hand, Morrison's soul-shouting performance on the deleted "I Gave My Love a Diamond," appropriated by Bert Berns from the public domain "Cherry Song," would have shocked any folkie familiar with the original. Morrison's "You Just Can't Win" isn't nearly as impressive, but even as a time-filler it isn't half bad. And then there's "Gloria," rock's ultimate '60s sex anthem, and one of the handful of white-authored songs that can just about hold its own against any blues standard you'd care to name. ---Bruce Eder, allmusic.com

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