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Pan  - Pan FLAC

Singer:

Pan

Album:

Pan

Genre:

Rock music

FLAC album size:

1354 mb

MP3 album size:

1618 mb

WMA album size:

1392 mb

Other music formats:

MIDI VQF RA AUD APE MOD ASF

Rating:

4.6 ✱

Style:

Prog Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Art Rock

Country:

US

Date of release:

1973

Pan - Pan FLAC


Pan  - Pan FLAC

Tracklist

Long Way Home 2:53
Lady Honey 4:07
The Puppet 3:45
Garbage Man 2:21
Ain't Got The Strings 3:40
More Than My Guitar 3:14
Sad Rag Doll 3:14
Delinga De Mattei 2:12
Love Glow 3:31
Dancing To The Band / Dreams 4:35

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KC 32062 Pan Pan ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Columbia KC 32062 US 1973
20AP - 1982 Pan Pan ‎(LP, Album, Gat) CBS/Sony 20AP - 1982 Japan 1981
20AP - 1982 Pan Pan ‎(LP, Album, Promo) CBS/Sony 20AP - 1982 Japan 1981
SICP 8087 Pan Pan ‎(CD, Album, RE) Sony Records Int'l, Sony Music SICP 8087 Japan 2003
S40148C Pan Pan ‎(CD, Album, RE) Sony Music Entertainment Korea Inc. S40148C South Korea 2013
S40148C Pan Pan ‎(CD, Album, RE) Sony Music S40148C South Korea 2013
SICP 4961 Pan Pan ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Sony Records Int'l SICP 4961 Japan 2016

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Released three years after his post-Beau Brummels solo album "Candlemaker", 1973's "Pan" found Ron Elliott returning to the recording environment with the band Pan. Showcasing the talents of singer Keith Barbour, drummer Don Francisco, bassist Sherman Hayes, and lead guitarist Arthur Richards, the high powered line-up quickly scored a contract with Columbia Records. With Elliott responsible for all of the material, musically the album was quite diverse. Tracks such as 'Long Way Home', 'Garbage Man', and 'More Than My Guitar' made it clear Elliott had been listening to more than his share of early-'70s country-rock bands - echoes of The Flying Burrito Brothers, Michael Nesmith and Poco abounded throughout the collection. That wasn't to say Elliott had totally lost his fascination with more commercial genres. 'Love Glow (Calamity Jane)' was near perfect top-40 pop, while 'Lady Honey' and 'Dancing To the Band' both included buoyant CS&Y styled harmonies. Mind you, the album wasn't perfect. 'Delinga de Mattei' was a throwaway old timey ballad, while Barbour's performance on 'The Puppet' came precariously close to the MOR material that made him a mid-'60s solo star (thought there was no denying he had a killer voice). Speaking of voices, as much as I enjoyed this al bum, to my ears one of the set's most interesting dynamics lay in how different Barbour and Elliott were. Exemplified by tracks like ' Love Glow (Calamity Jane)', Elliott had a light, commercially-friendly voice. In contrast, Barbour had a deep, gruff, soulful voice. Hearing them sharing lead vocals on the same song ('Long Way Home'), was interesting, if somewhat jarring. Columbia doesn't seem to have done much to promote the LP. No singles seem to have been released and you seldom run across a copy of the album. Anyhow, anyone expecting to hear Beau Brummels-styled top-40 pop was probably going to be disappointed by the set, which would be unfortunate since the album was quite enjoyable.
Majin
PAN was a short-lived project of Ron Elliott,after disbanding the first editions of The Beau Brummels.The Brummels released two masterpieces 'Bradley's Barn' And 'Triangle'...but only got recognition after many years.PAN : Eponymous 'PAN' is their only record released in 1973 on Columbia and it has remained obscure 'till today.In 2003 Sony Japan re-released the album with original songs on a limited edition. This album is a true gemm.The sound and vocals were something between CROSBY,STILLS,NASH and YOUNG (Déja Vu) or POCO (Crazy Eyes) and AMERICA on the one hand and PEARLS BEFORE SWINE (Balaklava) with strange 'eastern instruments' on the other hand.Maybe a little too close to their 'directors' ....so the band misses an own sound too much.Never understood why this record never got the attention it deserved?

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