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Privilege - Privilege flac album

Performer: Privilege
Title: Privilege
Duration: 35:41
Relesed: 1969
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 633
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Privilege may refer to: Privilege (film), a 1967 film directed by Peter Watkins. Privilege (Ivor Cutler album), 1983. Privilege (Television Personalities album), 1990. Privilege (Abridged), an album by Parenthetical Girls, 2013. Privilege (Set Me Free)", a 1978 song by the Patti Smith Group. Privilege", a short story by Frederick Forsyth included in the collection No Comebacks.

Band's List Hard Rock Privilege Privilege. Album Name Privilege. Music StyleHard Rock. Members owning this album0.

Thin Privilege by Thin Privilege, released 07 May 2014 1. Tapeworm Womb 2. Hex Charmer 3. Howl, Sleeper 4. Perfunctory Blood 5. No Such Constellation 6. . 7. Red Cloak 8. Leave The Body 9. Sword Swallower 1.Got it. + add. album.

Privilege is an album by Ivor Cutler, originally released in 1983 on Rough Trade Records. It was produced by David Toop and Steve Beresford, both of whom are better known for their work in improvisational music and, unlike Cutler's 1970s recordings, it sees Cutler's vocals accompanied by a wide range of musical instruments including keyboards, banjo, euphonium and alto flute.

Privilege, è l'esempio di un gruppo di pubbliche relazioni molto vasto e forte in tutto l'agro Nocerino Sarnese, rappresenta L'ECCELLENZA ITALIANA.

Privilege may refer to: Privilege (legal ethics), a permission granted by law or other rules. Privilege (evidence), rules excluding certain confidential communication from being admissible as evidence in court. Executive privilege, the claim by the President of the United States and other executives to immunity from legal process. Privilege (social inequality), a term in sociology describing any special status granted to one group and usually portrayed as default. Privilege (canon law). Privilege (Set Me Free)", a 1978 song covered by the Patti Smith Group that is featured in the above film. Privilege" (short story), a short story by Frederick Forsyth.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Traitor Edward Leonetti Privilege 4:42
2 It's Yesterday Edward Leonetti / Paul Venturini Privilege 3:59
3 The Quiz Edward Leonetti / Paul Venturini Privilege 2:52
4 Circling Edward Leonetti / Paul Venturini Privilege 4:25
5 People Edward Leonetti / Paul Venturini Privilege 3:52
6 Going Down Edward Leonetti / Paul Venturini Privilege 2:44
7 Purple Dog Edward Leonetti / Paul Venturini Privilege 2:31
8 Easter Edward Leonetti / Paul Venturini Privilege 3:04
9 Taking Care of You Edward Leonetti Privilege 3:17
10 Sojourn Edward Leonetti Privilege 4:15

Credits

Tommy Brannick - Drums
Jack Douglas - Bass
The Isley Brothers - Producer
O'Kelly Isley - Producer
Rudolph Isley - Producer
Edward Leonetti - Composer, Guitar
Privilege - Primary Artist
Paul Venturini - Composer, Organ
Reviews (1)
Makaitist
Quite loud, tight, aggressive and decent band from Philadelphia (much better than another PA act - King of the Black Sunrisealso re-released on pirate CD by Kismet), formed by Paul Venturini (organ) and Edward Leonetti (guitar) - often introduced as ex-members of Soul Survivors (not an achievemnt, or a compliment), although they were just backing musicians. Venturini and Leonetti recruited drummer Tommy Brannick and Jack Douglas (bass) and soon emerged as a promissing power act with good potential (far better than Soul Survivors). Hendrix and Isley Brothers are mentioned as main influences (I cannot understand why) - the band played aggressive acid/hard rock with excellent fuzzy guitars,heavy organ, paranoid drumming, hysterical singing backed by good vocal harmonies - very much like Grand Funk (listen to "People" and "Easter").All songs for the debut album (produced by the Isleys) were penned by Leonetti and Venturini - without boring covers.The album was released in August 1969 on T-Neck Records (Isleys' own label) and went nowhere, in spite of the fact that it was (is) bloody good.Nothing else is known about the band.In 2001 this excellent album was re-issued on CD by Lizard, and 10 years later pirated by Kismet --''Golovanov Alexey''

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