A selection of music reflecting different ages written and produced by McCully Workshop.
- Avenue * (T McCully) [4.00]
- 1623 * (R Wilson) [2.07]
- You (T McCully) [2.54]
- I Walked Alone (R Wilson) [3.32]
- Carbon Canyon (R Black) [2.47]
- Blues In C Minor (T McCully) [5.15]
recorded live at UCT in August 1975
- Step On Easy (T McCully) [2.40]
- Guinevere * (T McCully) [3.10]
- Goodbye Lonely Blues (T McCully) [2.55]
- The Plague (R Wilson) [2.55]
- In The Quiet Hours (R Black) [3.14]
- Forgot How To Smile (R Wilson) [2.35]
- Shingles (R Black) [3.40]
- Mike McCully: Drums, vocals
- Tully McCully: Vocals, bass, guitar
- Richard Black: Lead guitar, vocals
- Richard Wilson: Electric violin, mellotron, electric piano
- Leon Morten: Organ, synthesizer
1975, EMI-Brigadiers, EMCJ(L) 11512
* These tracks are available to buy as MP3 downloads from Rhythm Records.
Great progressive rock sound from this Cape Town band formed by the McCullagh
brothers in 1969.
I remember them performing Guinevere in the early days of South African
Television sometime in the late 70s (1976, maybe?).
'Ages' is a great pop-rock album. The album reflects styles from different ages and
various influences can be heard: Uriah Heep, The Beatles, The Kinks, The Beach Boys, etc.
The vocal harmonies are superb.
'1623' is a wonderful violin-led instrumental and the blues organ solo in 'Blues in C minor' has just got
to be heard to be believed (the vocals should be ignored, though).
McCully Workshop re-recorded some of their classic songs for the digital age in 1998
at Tully's Spaced-Out Sound studios in Cape Town and these can be found on the
Buccaneer CD on the Micmac label.
Original album supplied by Neil Daya from Vibes in N1 City, Cape Town.