Deep Fudge - Ride album
The Beat Goes On (Atco Records 33-237/mono, SD 33-237/stereo) is the second album by the American psychedelic rock band Vanilla Fudge, released in early 1968. The album doesn't contain any real "songs", but rather a sound collage featuring many different elements: the voices of world leaders past and present, the band reciting pre-written mantras and reflections, and excerpts of songs (done "Vanilla Fudge style") by The Beatles and Sonny Bono.
Vanilla Fudge played a farewell concert at the Phil Basile's Action House on March 14, 1970. In 2015, Vanilla Fudge released its first album in ten years, Spirit of '67 to widespread critical acclaim. As of 2018, Vanilla Fudge is still performing concerts regularly.
In a debut consisting of covers, nobody could accuse Vanilla Fudge of bad taste in their repertoire; with stoned-out, slowed-down versions of such then-recent classics as "Ticket to Ride," "Eleanor Rigby," and "People Get Ready," they were setting the bar rather high for themselves. Even the one suspect choice - Sonny Bono's "Bang Bang" - turns out to be rivaled only by Mott the Hoople's version of "Laugh at Me" in putting Bono's songwriting in the kindest possible light.
VANILLA FUDGE is a Proto-Prog, Progressive Rock artist from United States. The second album "The Beat Goes On" was the ambitious project of producer Shadow Morton to tell the entire history of contemporary music (from MOZART to COLE PORTER and ELVIS PRESLEY).
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