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Locomotiv GT Bummm! - Locomotiv GT III album cover
3.67 | 18 ratings | 1 reviews | 28% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1973

Songs / Tracks Listing

Side One
1.Ringasd el magad (4:50)
2. Kék asszony (3:30)
3. Gyere, gyere ki a hegyoldalba (2:45)
4. Visszamegyek a falumba (4:00)
5. Bárzene (4:15)

Side Two
1. Ő még csak most tizennégy (3:45)
2. Szabadíts meg (3:40)
3. Vallomás (3:55)
4. Mondd mire van (2:35)
5. Miénk itt a tér (3:00)

Line-up / Musicians

Barta Thomas - vocals , electric, acoustic and slide guitar , mouth organ
Laux Joseph - drums
Presser Gábor - vocals , Fender piano
Somló Thomas - vocals, bass guitar, alt saxophone
Shanghai Ray Dely - conga, drums

Adamis Anna - lyrics

Releases information

LP Pepita SLPX 17467 (1973)

LP MHV Krem SLPX 17467 (1982)
LP Hungaroton-Mega SLPM 37530 (1992)
CD Hungaroton-Gong HCD 37530 (1992)

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(18 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(28%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(50%)
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3 stars With their third album "Bummm!", Presser & Co. largely left behind their brand of heavy progressive rock in favor of a funkier sound complete with soulful vocals. Hammond has been replaced by rhodes and the heavy riffs are almost completely absent, with a few exceptions. Apparently Presser felt li ... (read more)

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