The Last Rebel


Gonzo 09/29/2017 CD
Movie Film release: 1971
 

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# Track   Duration
1.The Last Rebel 
2.Surrender 
3.Up the Hill 
4.Hanging 
5.Stage Coach Ride 
6.You, Me and a Friend of Mine 
7.Mood Xylophone 
8.Oh Matilda 
9.The Pool Game 
10.Hollis Getaway 
11.Mother and Daughter 
12.The Meal 
13.String Quartet 
14.Ku Klux Klan 
15.The Pit & the Knife Fight 
16.You, Me and a Friend of Mine (VSN) 
17.Death Whore 
18.Graves to Graveyard 
19.I'm Dying for You 
20.You, Me and a Friend of Mine (VSN 3) 
21.Larry's Theme 
22.Pool Game 
23.The Last Rebel 
24.Hollis Getaway 
25.Pianola Shot 
26.I'm Dying for You 
27.Hanging 
28.The Meal 
29.Up the Hill 
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The Last Rebel

Ashton, Gardner and Dyke was a remarkable Hard Rock ensemble, who are best known for their transatlantic hit single 'Resurrection Shuffle' in 1971. But they could have been so much more! Singer Tony Ashton, for example, was part of the band that backed George Harrison on his first solo album in 1968. Even when the trio were in the height of both critical and commercial success, he was working outside the group with various members of Deep Purple. This record, originally intended as a band project, actually became something far more exciting. An article on deep-purple. Net puts this extraordinary record in historical context. 'To a Deep Purple fan, especially a Jon Lord fan, this album is a lost gem. Add to which that it also features Tony Ashton (as part of Ashton, Gardner & Dyke) and you have both an addition to the catalogue of Jon's orchestral work and a precursor to their subsequent collaborations, 'First Of The Big Bands' and 'Malice In Wonderland'. Whilst originally credited as an Ashton, Gardner & Dyke album, a look at the writing credits shows that this album owes an awful lot to Jon Lord. The session tapes also testify to Jon's management of the project. In addition to providing keyboards on many tracks, he also conducts the orchestra and turns his hands to tambourine and xylophone. ' There have been several films called 'The Last Rebel' but this one is set in Missouri in 1865 at the end of the American Civil War. The main actors and their characters are: Joe Namath as Burnside Hollis, Jack Elam as Matt Graves, Woody Strode as Duncan, Ty Hardin as Sheriff, and Victoria George as Pearl.

Other releases of The Last Rebel (1971):

Last Rebel, The (1971)
Last Rebel, The (2002)


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