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Mountain / Theme For An Imaginary Western



Mountain Climbing! 1970 Mountain / Theme For An Imaginary Western

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  1. Angels,tired angels, Don't turn around,Nantucket Sleighride and this song mean so much to me,together with One last cold kiss.

  2. That B-3 throughout makes this tune. Saw them in 1968…..still love Mountain~Guitar solo should be in the top 10 //

  3. Words can not describe just how gut wrenchingly great the leslie cab and keyboard (probably a B3 Hammond) sound along with Mr. Leslie West's guitar solos. A very underrated group of musicians with such an awesome sound. When it comes to guitar work less is definitely better. Thank you Felix and Leslie.

  4. Jack Bruce wrote this song. Mountain took it home. Great vocals, guitar, and drums. Still Jack Bruce was the angel that created something from nothing! Both versions give me a Woody towards life!

  5. Great song by a very underrated band, I only found out about MOUNTAIN when D.C.3 covered this song on "The Blasting Concept Vol.2" compilation on SST Records back in 1986.

  6. I know it's a little nostalgic to say this was the best era for music, but its absolutely true. The artists had more freedom to create and express, and fit 7 different concepts on one album, or tell a whole story. So glad I grew up in the 60s and 70s!

  7. WHATS WRONG WITCH YOU ? YOU DON'T USE GROUPON ?  NOW WE GET 2 COMMERCIALS INSTEAD OF ONE, WHAT IS NEXT 3 COMMERCIALS , THEN 4 ????

  8. Was just reading that Michael Schenker loves this song.
    Not really the kind of thing I am into but Leslie West does
    have a good feel for the right notes and vibrato.

  9. Saw him 11 years ago in a small venue in Ridgefield CT for my son's 16th birthday. To this day he says it was his BEST birthday..

  10. Mississippi Queens is Mountain's claim to fame, but "Theme from an Imaginary Western" is an excellent tune, perhaps their best, and "Nantucket Sleigh Ride" is also excellent

  11. Just heard this song on DEEPTRACKS Sirius in my jeep while coming back from the Gym. Of course my stereo was set at 11 vibrating the mirror as I sang along.

  12. Mountain should be up there with Sabbath and Zeppelin as forefathers of metal. Leslie West's guitar was so damn heavy

  13. I,grew,up,in long,island, NYC.we,would, listen to this, on,the way to junior, high, school, it,still, sounds amazing, in,2019,Leslie, Wests,,tone,on,guitar, is,so,good, a lot,of,guitar, player's, to,this, day, really, admire,it,it,sounds, amazing, brings back, good, memories,, thanks

  14. breathtaking stunning and beautiful beyond words prob the best deep depthy solo guitar work and tones ever recorded wtf ? like god is speaking through them as they play kh

  15. A masterpiece!! Saw Mountain many times at Fillmore East. Brings back the best of times $3.50 for tix Crazy!!!

  16. The greatest guitar solo of all time. He made the guitar speak, moan, cry, and wail; each note a masterpiece. Highest regard for Leslie Weinstein and Jack Bruce.

  17. Holy bleep, I remember this song. This is Cream's cousin. I think they nailed this, especially Leslie! Felix sang it perfect too!

  18. It's my ALL TIME FAVORITE song by Mountain. The lyrics to that song are… NOT to mention Leslie West's guitar. Why isn't it played on "classic rock" stations?

  19. I saw Mountain many times in the 1969-1972 era. This song would always make me cry. It reminds me of the music of Scotland That I grew up with. Really.

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