ARTHUR BROWN – ” Long Long Road “

Posted: March 31, 2022 in MUSIC

The legendary crazy man himself Arthur Brown will release a new album, “Long Long Road“, on June 24th via Prophecy Productions, and he’s just released the title track, an acoustic ballad that finds him “asking humankind to look back along the history of our planet and to notice, how dangerous and yet at the same time full of promise human life is.”

Scheduled for release on Arthur Brown’s 80th birthday on June 24th in collaboration with Magnetic Eye Records, the God of Hellfire´s long-awaited new album “Long Long Road” effortlessly shifts from progressive rock and soul to pristine blues rock, showing the legendary singer as authentic, challenging, creative, and compelling as at the start of his career.

Pretty much everyone into rock music knows Arthur Brown – and not just because of his iconic, career-defining transatlantic hit single ‘Fire’ from the 1968 album “The Crazy World of Arthur Brown” but also through his many collaborations with other outstanding artists, such as a cameo in the cult film “Tommy”, in which his dramatic vocals were backed by Eric Clapton and The Who, Scheduled for release on Arthur’s 80th birthday on June 24, 2022, “Long Long Road” effortlessly shifts from progressive rock and soul to pristine blues rock, with the much-loved singer summoning his full vocal range with a mature mastery that comes only with the experience of a lifetime. Wild, vibrant, and crammed with rich musical textures, this album is quintessentially Arthur Brown, and can easily be construed as the apex and summary of a fascinating career that has spanned several decades. Arthur is widely credited as a pioneer of shock rock and progressive rock, and a significant influence on heavy metal. His live performances include iconic classics, dance, poetry, visuals and a subliminal soundtrack of new electronic music.

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