For die hard ufo fans, this is
the begining of the band, and the start of a hard rock story that
endures to this day.
This album is a product of the times in which it
was created, the echoes of the sixties were fading, and the violence and
upheaval of the seventies were on the horizon, and ufo was there to
create some sounds that were different than the peace and love era, and a
preview of things to come. With the first incarnation of this band,
they delivered some solid tunes, timothy is a great tribute to the
orginal guru of the acid days, boogie for george is a solid rockin tune
as well, all the songs are cool, and this is a must have album for the
collector, and a good intro to the band before they became the icons of
the area shows of the seventies during the michael era.
Give it a
listen, and turn on, tune in , and drop back to a time when the winds of
change were a coming (by Jet Books).
Personnel: Mick Bolton (guitar) Phil Mogg (vocals) Andy Parker (drums) Pete Way (bass)
Tracklist: 01. Unidentified Flying Object (U.F.O.) 2.19 02. Boogie (U.F.O.) 4.19 03. C´mon Everybody (Cochran/Capehear) 3.13 04. Shake It (U.F.O.) 3.48 05. (Come Away) Melinda (Hellerman/Minkoff) 5.05 06. Timothy (U.F.O.) 3.29 07. Follow You Home (Way) 2.14 08. Treacle People (Bolton) 3.25 09. Who Do You Love (McDanie) 7.50 10. Evil (Way) 3.27