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Customer Reviews

It doesn get any better than this!

This live version of Long Red is possibly the greatest guitar performance in the history of rock. Certainly there are guitarists who played faster, who were more technically accomplished, and who were more artistic in their approach to the six string. But nobody ever rocked harder than Leslie West, and this tune catches him at the peak of his immense power both as a guitarist and vocalist. YEAAAHHH!!

The pentaltimate version of

It is truly great to see this album back in print again! It hasn't been available for years. This is an absolute must-have for anybody who wants to hear this band at their very best. The standout track here is, of course, Nantucket Sleighride. The 17 minute version of this song is like a mini rock symphony and is worth the price of this set alone. The talents of all four musicians shine on this one. You won't be disapointed!

Mountain the Road Goes ever on

Thats right. They didnt only do Mississippi Queen. Mountain is probably the most underrated rock band of the late sixties/early seventies. Leslie West and the rest of the band shined especially in concert and this is a good example. Also get Twin Peaks, Climbing!, FLowers of Evil, and Nantucket Sleighride.

Biography

Formed: 1969 in Long Island, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

The breakup of Cream in late 1968 had consequences that rippled across the rock music world -- in its wake were formed directly such bands as Blind Faith (whose tragedy was they never had a chance to actually become a band) and Ginger Baker's Air Force, as well as the rich solo careers of members Eric Clapton and Jack Bruce. And it yielded -- by way of Cream associate and producer Felix Pappalardi -- something of a successor band in 1969, in the form of Mountain. The band's history all started with...
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