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FRESH GARBAGE - RARITIES 1969-1977

Wigwam

Jazz Rock/Fusion


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3.87 | 24 ratings | 4 reviews | 24% 5 stars

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing

Disc one: (76:40)
1. Must be the devil (4:25)
2. Greasy kids' stuff (2:58)
3. Luulosairas (4:07)
4. Pedagogi (3:28)
5. Häätö (4:08)
6. Chest fever (5:52)
7. Fresh garbage (5:36)
8. King Harvest (has surely come) (2:57)
9. Losing hold (6:36)
10. Nothing shows (2:51)
11. Captain supernatural (3:49)
12. Imagine (3:42)
13. Nipistys (8:06)
14. Marvelry skimmer (friend from the fields (3:35)
15. Fairyport (13:46)

Disc two: (78:03)
1. Do the Pigworm (9:30)
2. Just my situation / Sweet Marie (9:17)
3. A better hold (and a little view) (3:52)
4. Never turn you in (6:46)
5. No new games (6:39)
6. Tramdriver (3:48)
7. Wardance (3:42)
8. No new games / Grass for blades (18:15)
9. In and out (8:00)
10. Looking for the Eddie and the boys (Jam session) (7:54)

Total Time: 174:43

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Line-up / Musicians

- Otto Donner / voice (A5)
- Måns Groundstroem / bass (B3 to 10)
- Jukka Gustavson / keyboards, vocals (A3 to 15/B1-2-8-9)
- Heikki Hietanen / keyboards (B3 to 7)
- Mats Huldén / bass (A1 to 7)
- Esa Kotilainen / keyboards (B8-9-10)
- Vladimir Nikamo / guitar (A1 to 7)
- Ronnie Österberg / drums (all)
- Jim Pembroke / vocals, keyboards (A1-2-5 to 15/All B)
- Pekka Pohjola / bass, violin (A4-5-8 to 15/B1-2)
- Pekka Rechardt / guitar (B1 to 7,10)
- Heikki Silvennoinen / guitar (B9)

Releases information

2x cd. Love/Siboney LXCD 626

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3.87
(24 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(24%)
24%
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Review by Eetu Pellonpää
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4 stars I would give the first CD five stars and the second CD three stars, so maybe fours stars is a realistic rating (why can't they be sold separately!). Here are some obscurer tracks that were released as singles (like "Pedagogi") and great live recordings ("Losing Hold" for example). Maybe the greatest track is the title song "Fresh Garbage", which has very peculiar rhythms and raw sounds. From the second disc my favorite is the epic "No New Games / Grass for Blades". There's also an informative booklet included, so this is a recommendable purchase!

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4 stars Fresh Garbage is a very comprehensive look to the original run of maybe the greatest prog band ever to come from Finland. But it's just not your typical compilation as it contains mainly rarities and live versions of well known songs which are not available anywhere else. Our journey through t ... (read more)

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4 stars One not very profound notion argues that, often, the most interesting bands are those where the individual members are pulling in different musical directions. Somehow, they just manage to hold it together - for a time, at least. The Beatles spring to mind, obviously. But lesser lights fit the b ... (read more)

Report this review (#191798) | Posted by tads51 | Thursday, December 04, 2008 | Review Permanlink

4 stars Go to this after you sample 'Fairy Port', 'Being' and' Tombstone valentine' (in this order). By then you'll be hooked (and if you are not at least you'll have their best album which is 'Fairy port'). Fresh Garbage only has a problem for me...it's name. This no garbage at all. There is some seri ... (read more)

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