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9 thoughts on “ Rosa Rodriguez - The McCoys - Infinite McCoys/Human Ball (CD, Album) ”

  1. Infinite is in part, coated with R&B horns, and contains a fair share of straight rock, but also mines some jazz, almost classically based balladry, and some spook psych. Human Ball works along the same line: a great rock album that branches--listen to the beautiful Bossa, "Epilouge."/5(11).
  2. But the McCoys had grander musical ambitions than their patrons at Bang were willing to nurture, and in they signed with Mercury Records, where they were given complete creative freedom as they cut their final two albums, Infinite McCoys and Human Ball. The McCoys' musical approach took a degree turn with these two albums, which blended psychedelic 6/
  3. But the McCoys had grander musical ambitions than their patrons at Bang were willing to nurture, and in they signed with Mercury Records, where they were given complete creative freedom as they cut their final two albums, Infinite McCoys and Human Ball. The McCoys' musical approach took a degree turn with these two albums, which blended psychedelic Price: $
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the All Media release of Infinite McCoys/Human Ball on Discogs. Label: BGO Records - BGOCD • Format: 2x, All Media Compilation, Remastered CD Album, Reissue CD Album, Reissue • Country: UK • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Classic Rock4/5(2).
  5. Infinite McCoys: Faces Jesse Brady Resurrection Rosa Rodriguez Hell Genesis Through A Window Song For Janie He Likes It Open Your Eyes Eldorado Melodrama Union City Waltz Human Ball: Human Ball Blues Only Human Epilogue All Over You Daybreak It Really Doesn't Matter Love Don't Stop Clergy Lies Stormy Monday Blues.
  6. Play Album Share The McCoys enjoyed a massive international hit with their first shot in the big leagues — after producers Richard Gottehrer, Jerry Goldstein, and Bob Feldman discovered them when they shared the Read More.
  7. Infinite McCoys: Faces - Jesse Brady - Resurrection - Rosa Rodriguez - Hell - Genesis Through A Window - Song For Janie - He Likes It - Open Your Eyes - Eldorado - Melodrama - Union City Waltz Human Ball: Human Ball Blues - Only Human - Epilogue - All Over You - Daybreak - It Really Doesn't Matter - Love Don't Stop - Clergy Lies - Stormy Monday.
  8. Anyone who picked up the McCoys' third album, 's Infinite McCoys, expecting a set of R&B-flavored garage rock in the manner of their hit "Hang on Sloopy" was doubtless very confused once they got two or three minutes into the opening cut, a meandering psychedelic exercise called "Faces" replete with overdubbed mumbling and goofy sound effects, and the .

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