Val Stöecklein - Grey Life album download
Grey Life (LP, Album). The album 'Grey Life' that Val made in 1968 is over-produced in my opinion. Too many lush strings overwhelming the material and making it all far too commercial and mainstream-sounding. Pity as he could write a good song. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.
Val Stöecklein – Grey Life. Label: Fallout – FOCD2050. Format: CD, Album, Reissue. Grey Life (LP, Album, Mono, Promo).
Grey Life, Stoeckleinâ€™s lone solo record, released by Dot Records in 1968 to little acclaim or success. It is, in short, amazing.
The album, released on the Dot label, did not sit well with critics, one of whom described it as sounding "like a warmed-over cup of Glen Campbell soup. It's clumsily orchestrated and woefully too self-indulgent, and Stoecklein's remakes of his own Blue Things songs are appallingly banal, especially when compared with the originals. Dot issued two singles from the album, but radio couldn't or wouldn't help promote its release. Stoecklein continued to record, with uneven results
The album has a black cover with a white title and a gold Star of David and Cross. It comes with a 17-page booklet with lyrics and biblical references for each of the songs. Truth of Truths - a Contemporary Rock Opera. Studio album by. Assorted. The double LP was substantially co-written with former Them bassist Alan Henderson, and with Val Stöecklein, formerly of The Blue Things (whose most famous song "Orange Rooftops Of Your Mind" is re-recorded here with new lyrics as "John the Baptist"). Both bands had been managed by Ray Ruff. Donnie Brooks plays Christ. Actor Jim Backus plays the spoken voice of God.
Val Stoecklein has been played on NTS in shows including Light in the Attic, featured first on 13 August 2018. Songs played include Say It's Not Over. The former lead singer of The Blue Things, Valerian Richard Stecklein (born 1941 in Hutchinson, Kansas) recorded one solo album under the name Val Stoecklein, called Grey Life, in 1968. The album sunk into obscurity when Stoecklein refused to promote it, bailing on a planned national tour at the last minute. Stoecklein released one final single, All The Way.
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