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Mountain - Mississippi Queen Album

Mountain - Mississippi Queen Album

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Performer: Mountain
Title: Mississippi Queen
Country: Canada
Released: 1970
Style: Hard Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.7
Catalog #: BELL. GT. 66X
Label: Bell Records

Tracklist

1The Laird
Written-By – Felix Pappalardi, Gail Collins
4:35
2Mississippi Queen
Written-By – Corky Laing, David Rea, Felix Pappalardi, Leslie West
2:30


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
2C 006-91202 MMountain Mississippi Queen ‎(7", Single)Bell Records2C 006-91202 MFrance1970
FLB 32Mountain Mississippi Queen ‎(7", Single, RE)Flashback Records FLB 32CanadaUnknown
BLL 1113Mountain Mississippi Queen ‎(7", Single, Promo)Bell RecordsBLL 1113UK1970
BLL-9148Mountain Mississippi Queen ‎(7", Single)Bell RecordsBLL-9148Australia1970
45-532Mountain Mississippi Queen ‎(7", Single, Promo, Styrene)Windfall Records45-532US1970


Credits

  • ProducerFelix Pappalardi


Album

Leslie West, Felix Pappalardi & Corky Laing - Mountain perform Mississippi Queen live at the Randall's Island N. Pop Festival 1970. From the movie Queen - Mountain. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Mississippi Queen is a song by the American rock band Mountain. Considered a rock classic, it was their most successful single, reaching number 21 in the Billboard Hot 100 record chart in 1970. The song is included on the group's debut album and several live recordings have been issued. Mississippi Queen has been recorded by several artists, including . Sam Kinison, Amanda Ayala, Bachman-Turner Overdrive and Ozzy Osbourne, the latter of whom had a hit with the song in 2005. Mountain - Mississippi Queen 1970. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Classic Rock. Songs in album Mountain - Mississippi Queen 1970. Mountain - Mississippi Queen. Mountain - The Laird. Watch the video for Mississippi Queen from Mountain's Climbing for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Mississippi Queen, If you know what I mean Mississippi Queen, She taught me everything Way down around Vicksburg, Around Louisiana way Lived a cajunWatch the video for Mississippi Queen from Mountain's Climbing for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Mississippi Queen, If you know what I mean Mississippi Queen, She taught me everything Way down around Vicksburg, Around Louisiana way Lived a cajun View full lyrics. Similar Tracks. Música: Mississippi Queen Artista: Mountain Álbum: - Música Tema de Regular Show Apenas um Show. Regular Show Mississippi Queen Mountain Rock old Heavy Metal Rock & Roll. Released by: Mountain. Mississippi Queen - Mountain Música Tema de Apenas um Show by Leonne Kelly is licensed under a Creative Commons License. In 1976, the Mississippi Queen riverboat was put into service by the Delta Queen company, taking its last cruise in 2008. This is one of the most famous cowbell songs of all time, but the band didn't envision the instrument in the song. In our interview with Leslie West, he explained: The cowbell in the beginning was just in there because Felix wanted Corky to count the song off. Mountain stomps onto our Top 100 Classic Rock Songs list with one of the mightiest riffs, as featured on 'Mississippi Queen. This 1970 classic that packs a whole lot of jolt into just two and a half cowbell counts things off like an alarm, and then guitarist Lesile West delivers that famous and fantastic introduction. The song was the lead track from their first album, 'Climbing,' and the single reached No. 21 on the Billboard Hot 100 early in that year. West's savage guitar, along with the rhythm section of Corky Laing on drums and bassist Felix Pappalardi added up to one mighty fine power trio. Its only serious rival is Mountains Mississippi Queen, recorded six years earlier on their debut album Climbing in 1970. Both bands were from New York City, but unlike BOCs pseudo-intellectualism Mountains bombastic style was based on over-amplified white-boy blues and a deep- rooted appreciation of British power trio Cream. Mountain bassist Felix Pappalardi had produced albums by Cream, so considerable expectancy greeted the release of Climbing Forty-six years after the release of that debut album, and almost 35 years after Pappalardi was shot dead by his wife Gail Collins, Mississippi Q. Mississippi Queen. Released: Feb 1989


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