Postlude: Looking Back Total time The band found enough popularity to be signed to ABC Records but Ford Theatre Trilogy For The Masses to catch on to a larger audience and was dropped after the second album "Time Changes. Search Search. Add artwork View all artwork. Length 5 tracks, Release Date 1 September Related Tags progressive psychedelic progressive rock usa 60s Add tags View all tags.
Tracklist Sorted by: Running Ford Theatre Trilogy For The Masses Running order Most popular. Buy Loading. More Love this track. Play album Buy Loading. Scrobble Stats? What is scrobbling? Artist images. Played in a form of lament, the track is rich in both strings and organ very similar to a style that would be utilised by many of the proto-progressive rock bands such as Procol Harum and The Moody Blues. The subsequent track, Harrison Street is a clear indication of the times.
Featuring a lengthy and mesmerising guitar solo accompanied by a hypnotic continuous rhythm, this piece of music is a sure sign of the psychedelic drenched times the band were living i… read more.
Played in a form of lament, the track is rich in both strings and o… read more. Played in a Ford Theatre Trilogy For The Masses of lament, the track is rich in both strings and organ very similar to a style that would be uti… read more.
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Namespaces Article Talk. The group move into the title track, Time Changes. From the first notes of this track, there is that feeling that the music has lost a bit of its edge from the first album and has become somewhat mellower, and dare I say it More commercial. There is still that psychedelic influence with the guitar and strings evoking a classical sixties atmosphere.
Interlude One has producer Bill Scymczyk's narration backed by some delicate acoustic guitar and strings creating a theme that will reappear every now and again throughout the album. The zaniness of the track also has a British feel though there is a Dixieland atmosphere also associated with the track with the inclusion of tuba and banjo. Wake Up In the Ford Theatre Trilogy For The Masses is the first track so far that has a certain similarity to the first album in that it carries a dark aura to it.
The strings have that rich lush sound, similar to what McGee had created effectively on the debut, while at times there is that certain touch to their sound that reminds me of another overlooked, yet classic band, Love. I've Got The Fever has the band reverting to that happy feel as on That's My Girlthough the theme to the track is in itself not a happy one!.
This time round the band incorporate both strings and brass together with the band. An Ford Theatre Trilogy For The Masses sixties together with a sing-along chorus, this is their most accessible and ear-friendly tune on the album. This track is a sure reflection of the times and changes within the rock world as the group manage to incorporate clever hooks in a complex and rich musical atmosphere. Crash has the band playing along in what seems to be a jam session coupled with some weird sound effects.
The closing track to the first side of the album, At the Station contrasts sharply with the rest of the album. Here the group shift their musical balance towards that of a country rock style with some delightful harmonies, an indicator of a style the group was well versed in before they became Ford Theater and would play during dances as Joyful Noise. The side ends with the sound of train pulling out and the narrator announcing the end of Act Side One.
The second side opens with a track that was originally penned for, and appeared on the debut album, Trilogy For The Masses. However, Back To Philadelphia is changed completely with the tempo slowed down considerably and the musical structure varied Spiral Tribe Spiral Tribe EP Forward The Revolution a certain degree.
The backing sound is stronger, courtesy of the inclusion of a Pedestrians Commuter Fantasy 1984 Ford Theatre Trilogy For The Masses while the vocals, especially the chorus section, are changed giving the track a darker vibe.
This Ford Theatre Trilogy For The Masses strange as it contrasts with Jean Claude Risset Sud Dialogues Inharmonique Mutations rest of the album in that the album on the whole has a happy feel to it, unlike the debut album which is generally speaking a dark album. Clifford's Dilemma is an instrumental track featuring some mellow guitar work coupled with backing strings, and acts as an introduction to Jefferson Airplane.
This track seems to be one of the most popular Ford Theatre tracks, as it is this track that makes its way onto compilation albums that feature the band. The track is psychedelic in nature, as should be expected when the track itself is named Ford Theatre Trilogy For The Masses one of the great bands of the psychedelic era!
I Feel Uncertain is a track that flows along the same lines as at the station with the band leaning towards that country-rock style, which though pleasing to the ear, leaves me baffled as to how and why a group that managed to create such intricate music with their debut had to resort to such a style.
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