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Saturday, October 24, 2009
BANG : Come With Me (1971)
Bang was a hard-rock group hailing from Philadelphia. As a power-trio, they were groomed to have a Blue Cheer/Black Sabbath sound, but with a southern-rock flavour (acoustic passages, harmonized guitar lines). But of course, poor management prevented the group from gaining any serious recognition, and the group eventually split. They have since reunited, and are recording and touring locally from time to time. This track is from their first official album (their first recording was unreleased at the time), and has the typical '70s hard rock sound: loud guitars, a solid riff, and yelling vocals.
Song : "Come With Me" by Bang
From the LP "BANG" (Capitol) Dec. 1971
LINEUP: Frank Ferrara : vocals, bass Frank Glicken : guitar Tony D'Lorio : drums