Thunderpussy — Documents Of Captivity 1973 (USA, Heavy Progressive Rock)

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The only album by the trio from Quincy (Illinois). Steven Jay Morris began to get involved in music at the age of 4 and played everything that came to hand. At the age of 9, he was given a real trumpet. Endless rehearsals on trumpet and guitar paid off. By the age of 20, he received a musical education at Southern Illinois University, managed to play The Daze Of Nite, Yellow Bird and, in fact, Thunderpussy. In 1973, Documents Of Captivity was released on MRT Records. A year later, the trio broke up. Steven Jay Morris pursued a solo career, Ben Russell was seen on the Jasper project (1972), George Jake Tutko became a renowned assistant engineer and worked with many celebrities (Kiss, Blondie, Rod Stewart, The Stones, XYZ", etc.).

(00:00) 01. Document Of Enigma — Scream Inside / Instrumentation Eden To Now
(06:40) 02. Document Of Validation — Observation Of Us / Instrumentation The Slave And
The Duke
(14:12) 03. Document Of Extrinsic Value — Lucifer / Instrumentation The Battle
(19:12) 04. Document Of Inquiry — To Be Real / Instrumentation The Curious Child
(23:56) 05. Document Of Security — Moonlight Ladies / Instrumentation The Pursuit
(29:30) 06. Document Of Latent Summation — In The Forest / Instrumentation The Then
(37:08) 07. Warriors (Live)
(44:08) 08. Stone Free (Live)
(48:00) 09. Lucifer (Live)
(54:15) 10. Eleanor Rigby (Live)

Steven Jay Morris — lead guitar, acoustic guitar, synthesizer, vocals, producer
Ben Russell — bass, flute, vocals
George Jake Tutko — drums, percussion, marimba
David Leon Felts — piano (on Eden To Now)