Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
The Only Truth
Genre: Classic Rock
1997 release for the sole album from 1969 by this Ohio-basedacid rock outfit comprised of brothers Mark & Tim Rollerwith Bob Lanave. It features the incredible 17 minute titletrack, which is drenched with electric guitar &... more »
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1997 release for the sole album from 1969 by this Ohio-basedacid rock outfit comprised of brothers Mark & Tim Rollerwith Bob Lanave. It features the incredible 17 minute titletrack, which is drenched with electric guitar & incorporatestheir arrangement of
Soul pleasing to the max
(5 out of 5 stars)
"this album is great, there may have been others but this takes you back to a place of joy and happiness. This was beautifully done, each track rolled right into the next. Just one reminder of where music came from and where it has gone to. Any person should enjoy this cd or album. My hat is off to those gentlemen and may they return with part 2 the continuation of smooth music to groove to. No matter who, what, when or where, you've got to it. Best music I've heard in long time, there are definetly other musicans who can and did offer great music such as: AWB, Kool and the gang, Q, David Bowie, Steffenwolf, Cream and Edgar Winters to name a few. I feel that MORLY GREY is ranked right up there with the aforementioned. Let's hear more!..."
"The Only Truth" Morly Grey
Trevor Williams | 03/19/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"A spiritual journey through the angst and heartache of the late 60's. Drummer Paul Cassidy , Guitarist Tim Roller and his brother Mark on Bass , take you with them on a mystical jaunt though time and space with screeching guitar solo's, melodic bass runs and frantic drum rolls. This truly is a classic. Over 35 years of continuous sales worldwide with copies of the original LP being auctioned at well over $ 800.00. Side two features Drummer Bob LaNave who became the Morly Grey's " Ringo Starr " when their " Pete Best " (Pete Cassidy) was fired. All The songs were written by Paul Cassidy and the Roller Brothers. Originally titled " The First Supper " the LP contains a poster of what would have been the album cover. The title track is a seventeen minute Rock Opus that will continue to be on the " must hear " list of every rock music aficionado for years to come. I never really appreciated these three young lads who used to practice their original music in my attic...untill it was too late....I miss you , Pete.
R.I.P. Paul Trever Cassidy 1953-2001