Vanilla Fudge Discography (1967-2007)

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  Vanilla Fudge - 1967 - Vanilla Fudge
  Vanilla Fudge - 1968 - Renaissance
  Vanilla Fudge - 1968 - The Beat Goes On
  Vanilla Fudge - 1969 - Near The Beginning
  Vanilla Fudge - 1970 - Rock & Roll
  Vanilla Fudge - 1984 - Mystery
  Vanilla Fudge - 2002 - The Return
  Vanilla Fudge - 2007 - Out Through the In Door


Vanilla Fudge Discography


Artist...............: Vanilla Fudge

Genre................: Psychedelic Rock

Source...............: NMR

Year.................: 1967-2007

Quality..............: 192-320kbps

Channels.............: Joint Stereo / 44100 hz

Tags.................: ID3 v1.1, ID3 v2.3

Covers...............: Front, Back

Information..........: Seperate Nfo/sfv for each album


Album listing


1967 - Vanilla Fudge (192kbps)

1968 - The Beat Goes On (192kbps)

1968 - Renaissance (256kbps)

1969 - Near The Beginning (320kbps)

1970 - Rock & Roll (192kbps)

1984 - Mystery (320kbps)

2002 - The Return (256kbps)

2007 - Out Through the In Door (192kbps)


Vanilla Fudge was an American psychedelic band that recorded albums from

1967 to 1970. Members included vocalist/organist Mark Stein, bassist/vocalist

Tim Bogert, lead guitarist/vocalist Vince Martell, and drummer/vocalist

Carmine Appice.

Stein and Bogert played in a local band called Rick Martin & The Snowmen and

were so impressed by the sound of The Rascals (swinging and floods of

organ) that they decided to form their own band with Martell and Rick

Martin's drummer, Joey Brennan. Named themselves The Pigeons, they

changed the name to Vanilla Fudge in 1967, after the replacement of

Brennan by Appice. The group was then "discovered" and managed by

reputed Luchese crime-family member, Phillip Basile, who operated several

famous L.I. clubs — the Action House, Speaks, Channel 80, Industry — three

of which were the same club (on Austin Boulevard, in Island Park, NY) with

different names.

They had a number of popular songs, their biggest being their hit cover of

"You Keep Me Hangin' On," a slowed-down, hard rocking, version of a song

originally recorded by The Supremes. This version also featured Appice's

energetic drumming. One follow-up to this hit, "Take Me For A Little While",

had a quite different lyric message from the former.

The members of Vanilla Fudge were great admirers of The Beatles, and

covered several of their songs including "Ticket to Ride", as well as "Eleanor

Rigby", of which The Beatles were quite fond.

Their rendition of "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)" was featured in the

2007 film Zodiac.

The band has received criticism for being a cover band as this had led to

issues with royalties


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