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Sweet Toothe - Testing Album

Sweet Toothe - Testing Album

Genre: Rock
Performer: Sweet Toothe
Album: Testing
Released: 1975
Style: Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock
MP3 version ZIP size: 1620 mb
FLAC version ZIP size: 2760 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 305

Tracklist


Just Loved Look3:55
Swamp Fox3:14
Wind And Water3:04
All The Way Home3:11
E.R.4:00
You Know How To Love Me3:28
Music's Gotta Stay3:21
Live In Concert5:06
Karen4:47
In The Beginning4:23

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneSweet Toothe Testing ‎(LP, Album)Dominion Records noneUS1976
TN 37214, NR7360Sweet Toothe Testing ‎(LP, TP)Dominion Records , NashvilleTN 37214, NR7360US1975
NR7360-2Sweet Toothe Testing ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial)Dominion Records NR7360-2Austria1992
TN 37214, noneSweet Toothe Testing ‎(LP, RE, Unofficial)Dominion Records , Not On LabelTN 37214, noneUS1992
TN 37214Sweet Toothe Testing ‎(LP, RE, Unofficial, Boo)Dominion Records TN 37214US1995
noneSweet Toothe Testing ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Num)Void Records noneUS1996
noneSweet Toothe Testing ‎(LP, Blu)Void Records noneUSUnknown

Album Info


Album -Testing 1975From Bluefield, West Virginia's The Sweet Toothe. You've heard the plotline before - group of buddies record an album for a in album Sweet Toothe - Testing 1975. Sweet Toothe - Karen. Sweet Toothe - Music's Gotta Stay. Sweet Toothe - Wind And Water. Sweet Toothe - Live In Concert. Sweet Toothe - You Know How To Love Me. Sweet Toothe - Just Loved Look. Sweet Toothe - In The Beginning. Sweet Toothe - E. Sweet Toothe - All The Way Home. Sweet Toothe - Swamp Fox. Listen free to Sweet Toothe Testing Karen, Music's Gotta Stay and more. 10 tracks 38:29. Sweet Toothe hail from West Virginia, and released their only album in 1971. Something of a mixture of poprock, blues and psyche, all of the songs are nonetheless excellent examples of their genre. Karen' is a lovely pop so read more. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1992 Vinyl от Testing на Testing the best album by Sweet Toothe brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Testing by Sweet Toothe 1975 Overall rank: - Average Rating: 74100 from 1 vote. Listen to Testing on YouTube. Loading content from YouTube. Testing track list. No tracks have been rated on this album yet. Sort by. Track Number. Sweet Toothe. Testing is the third studio album by American rapper ASAP Rocky. It was released on May 25, 2018, by ASAP Worldwide, Polo Grounds Music and RCA Records. Sweet Toothe, Vector. Art RockPost Everything based out of London ON . Sweet Toothe is a Canadian Punk Alternative Post Everything band from London Ontario. 2018 formed fo. 1,608 people like this. 1,624 people follow this. Disc IDs 0. Cover Art 6. Additional details. Type: Album. Status: Official. Language: English. Data Quality: Normal

Performer


Sweet Toothe, Vector. Art RockPost Everything based out of London ON . Sweet Toothe is a Canadian Punk Alternative Post Everything band from London Ontario. 2018 formed fo. 1,607 people like this. 1,623 people follow this. Listen to music from Sweet Toothe like Music's Gotta Stay and Black Smoke. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Sweet Toothe. Sweet Toothe hail from West Virginia, and released their only album in 1971. Something of a mixture of poprock, blues and psyche, all of the songs are nonetheless excellent examples of their genre. Karen' is a lovely pop song to open the album, and the fuzz guitar really makes its presence felt on 'Music's Gotta Stay'. Wind And Water' is a jaunty little boogie, and their humour comes over with the fact that they have called one track 'Live In Concert' when it isn't. The band show that they can play the blues with 'Just Love read more. 2018 formed four piece band. influenced by progressive rock and math rock styles fronted by multi- talented singer songwriter Molly Roach. Sweet Toothe brings you through a reflective experience attacking the subjects of anxiety mental health, and self compassion. more more. Sweet Toothe Фото исполнителя Sweet Toothe. United States. Bass Guitar P. Bratton Drums Michel Chilco Guitar David Blue Eyes M. Leedy Lead Guitar Emerson R. Conley Vocals Michael Hopkins. All songs by Sweet Toothe. Stream Tracks and Playlists from Sweet Toothe on your desktop or mobile device. Let your audience know what to hear first. Learn more about Pro. Sweet Toothe. London, Canada. Metallica: One Official Music Video - Продолжительность: 7:45 Metallica Recommended for you. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Sweet Toothe. I've never seen a copy, but Conley apparently remained active in music, reappearing under the name 'Emerson' with a 1992 album on the small LGM label The Power of Love catalog number 2222. It's a work in progress, but the band has a small website at: . Ответить Показать 1 ответ Уведомлять о новых ответах 1 Helpful. Cover statistics for Sweet Toothe: see which songs of other artists Sweet Toothe covered on a concert. All Moods. Background Music. Cool & Cocky. Top Songs. Insane Sweet Toothe. Say How You Feel. Black Smoke. Singles & EPs. Sweet Toothe - EP. Insane

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Comments:
Bedy
I recently found a test pressing of this (matrix ends in JE) album but can't find anything on it, value wise. Does anyone know? I'd be super appreciative of any help.

Adokelv
Buying rare music is very much a crap game. Many dealers erroneously equate rarity with quality. Add to that the fact dealers are frequently trying to generate a market for their wares ... The end result is that many highly praised rarities are simply not that good. Line up something as popular and common as "Revolver" against many sky high priced obscurities and guess which one you're more likely to repeatedly listen to ... Against that backdrop, once in a blue moon dealers get it right. Here's one of those rare instances. There are literally thousands of bands out their with stories similar to Bluefield, West Virginia's The Sweet Toothe. You've heard the plotline before - group of buddies record an album for a small private label which pressed a handful of instantly obscure copies; the band then enjoy fifteen minutes of pseudo-fame (in this case opening for a mid-'70s reunited Iron Butterfly), before vanishing into the mists of rock history.  What makes these guys different (bassist Pierce Bratton, drummer Michael Chilco, lead guitarist Emerson Conley, singer Michael Hopkins and rhythm guitarist David Leedy), is the fact their sole album was actually really good. Produced by Benny Quinn and Patrick Glossop, 1975's "Testing" was released by the small Nashville-based Dominion Records. Interestingly, on those rare occasions it shows up on sales lists, the LP is frequently billed as psychedelic. It isn't. Sure, thanks in large measure of Conley's fuzz guitar, there were occasional psych touches, the most notable being the lyric to 'All the Way Home', but the majority of the album offered up more conventional hard rock structures. Propelled by Hopkins' attractive voice and Conley's nifty fuzz guitar, tracks such as 'Karen', 'Music's Gotta Stay', 'You Know How To Love Me and 'E.R.' sported great melodies and a sense of enthusiasm that must have made these guys a great live act. Even their isolated stab at country bar band material ('Wind and Water') was likeable. True, there wasn't anything particularly original, or earth shattering across these ten tracks, but the performances were uniformly energetic and enjoyable with some roaring lead guitar. Even more impressive, for a small private pressing, credit producers Quinn and Glossop with giving the album a wonderful, deep and full sound. Played loud on a quality stereo system, this LP rocks !!! One of my all time favorite obscurities. - Opening up with some of the prettiest fuzz guitar you've ever heard (not a description you normally associate with the effect), 'Karen' was a breezy, bluesy ballad with some highly eccentric sci-fi-ish lyrics. I've listened to the song dozens of times and don't have a clue what it's about ... The song was also tapped as the 'A' side for a promo single. rating: **** stars - More cowbell please ... 'Music's Gotta Stay' found the band taking a step toward being funky ! No you weren't going to mistake them for The Ohio Players, but the song actually had a enjoyable slinky feel. Conley and David Leedy turned in some fantastic dual lead guitar work. rating: **** stars - Kicked along by some great harmonica (and I'm not a big fan of the instrument), 'Wind and Water' found the band switching musical gears, offering up a likeable slice of country-rock. Great melody that I unexpectedly find myself humming on a regular basis. rating; *** stars - Like most mid-1970s bands, I have absolutely no doubt that these guys got screwed over royally by everyone they dealt with in the music business. Those experiences seem to be the basis for ' Live In Concert' and it's dark and cynical the-music-business-sucks narrative. Kudos to the band for including an anti-drug stance in the lyric when it wasn't a very popular thing to do, and to P.D. Bratton who turned in some amazing bass work. rating: **** stars - Not exactly a pop tune, but buoyed by some surprisingly attractive harmony vocals (and killer lead guitar), 'You Know How To Love Me' was definitely one of the album's more commercial numbers. rating: **** stars - 'Just Loved Look' opened side two with a hard core blues-rock number ... very Allman Brothers sounding. Great if you liked Duane and Greg, but may have been a bit too pedestrian for others. rating: ** stars - Another change of pace, the mid-tempo ballad 'In the Beginning' was the most conventional and radio-friendly number. Pretty melody, uplifting lyrics, and it closed out with some of Conley's most energetic playing. What wasn't there to like on this one ? rating: **** stars - I have no idea who 'E.R' was, but powered by Bratton's bass, this was one killer rock track. In fact my only complaint was the song's abrupt ending. rating: **** stars - 'All the Way Home' offered up a likeable slice of Foghat-styled boogie rock. Another personal favorite with Conley and Leedy just tearing the studio apart and the band again demonstrating some surprisingly sweet harmony vocals. rating: *** stars - 'Swamp Fox;' was another boogie track with a slinky edge. Fun, though the falsetto harmonies were a bit shrill. rating: *** stars There was also a limited edition promo single. According to one of the band members, only 200 copies were pressed: - 1975's 'Karen' b/w 'Music's Gotta Stay' (Dominion catalog number NR7224-1) Reportedly only 1,000 copies were pressed, going a long way to explaining the high prices original copies fetch. (side 1) 1.) Karen - 4:47 2.) Music's Gotta Stay - 3:21 3.) Wind and Water - 3:04 4.) Live In Concert - 5:06 5.) You Know How To Love Me - 3:28 (side 1) 1.) Just Loved Look - 3:55 2.) In the Beginning - 4:23 3.) E.R. - 4:00 4.) All the Way Home - 3:11 5.) Swamp Fox - 3:14 I'm guessing that it was a bootleg, but the album was also released with an alternative cover. Like the original, the alternate version was credited to the Dominion label under catalog number NR7360-2. There's also a legitimate 400 pressing run by the small Void label (with altered cover art and pressed in white, red, and green vinyl). Guitarist Emerson apparently remastered the tape for the reissue project. Probably not a smart thing to tell you, particularly since I'd like to sell my original copy, but the reissue should run you about $25 (rather than my stiff, but reasonable asking price for the classic original). In case you're impressed by stuff like this, the LP is listed in Hans Pokora's 1001 Record Collector Dreams. I've never seen a copy, but Conley apparently remained active in music, reappearing under the name 'Emerson' with a 1992 album on the small LGM label ("The Power of Love" catalog number 2222). It's a work in progress, but the band has a small website at: www.SweetTootheTesting.com

Hurus
I just found a copy of sweet toothe's testing lp in Statesville NC, I am from the same area as the band in Bluefield wva, anyway, I found a copy of this record in mint condition and it is autographed, I knew of this album and was surprised that it was on discogs.

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