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One Step On

Jody Grind

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Jody Grind's debut album was early progressive rock with a somewhat jazzier orientation than most such bands, though the playing was a good sight more impressive than the singing and songwriting. There's a fairly grim tone to the original material, all (save a cover of the Rolling Stones' "Paint It Black") written by Tim Hinkley and Ivan Zagni, who wrench extended heavy blues and jazzy solos out of their organ and guitar, respectively. The showcase is an 18-minute, four-part suite, "One Step On," that -- like many long rock tracks of the time -- goes on for way too long, incorporating horn fanfares, lurching tempos, and operatic vocals (and, yes, a drum solo). Shown to best advantage on "Little Message" and the most appealing song on the album, "Night Today," Hinkley's skilled Hammond organ work stands up well to the keyboards of well-known early prog rockers like Keith Emerson, Vincent Crane (of the Crazy World of Arthur Brown), and Brian Auger. But he didn't have material or singers on the same level as any of those more celebrated musicians did, nor did he establish as strikingly identifiable an instrumental style.

© Richie Unterberger /TiVo

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1
One Step On: In My Mind / Nothing At All / Interaction / Paint It Black
00:18:45

Hugh Murphy, Producer - Jody Grind, Composer, MainArtist

© 2018 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company ℗ 1969 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company

2
Little Message
00:04:39

Hugh Murphy, Producer - Jody Grind, Composer, MainArtist

© 2018 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company ℗ 1969 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company

3
Night Today
00:05:03

Hugh Murphy, Producer - Jody Grind, Composer, MainArtist

© 2018 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company ℗ 1969 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company

4
U.S.A.
00:06:41

Hugh Murphy, Producer - Jody Grind, Composer, MainArtist

© 2018 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company ℗ 1969 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company

5
Rock 'N' Roll Man
00:04:31

Hugh Murphy, Producer - Jody Grind, Composer, MainArtist

© 2018 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company ℗ 1969 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company

6
Night Today (Alternative Version)
00:05:05

Hugh Murphy, Producer - Jody Grind, Composer, MainArtist

© 2018 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company ℗ 2007 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company

7
Rock 'N' Roll Man (Single Version)
00:04:10

Hugh Murphy, Producer - Jody Grind, Composer, MainArtist

© 2018 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company ℗ 1970 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company

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Jody Grind's debut album was early progressive rock with a somewhat jazzier orientation than most such bands, though the playing was a good sight more impressive than the singing and songwriting. There's a fairly grim tone to the original material, all (save a cover of the Rolling Stones' "Paint It Black") written by Tim Hinkley and Ivan Zagni, who wrench extended heavy blues and jazzy solos out of their organ and guitar, respectively. The showcase is an 18-minute, four-part suite, "One Step On," that -- like many long rock tracks of the time -- goes on for way too long, incorporating horn fanfares, lurching tempos, and operatic vocals (and, yes, a drum solo). Shown to best advantage on "Little Message" and the most appealing song on the album, "Night Today," Hinkley's skilled Hammond organ work stands up well to the keyboards of well-known early prog rockers like Keith Emerson, Vincent Crane (of the Crazy World of Arthur Brown), and Brian Auger. But he didn't have material or singers on the same level as any of those more celebrated musicians did, nor did he establish as strikingly identifiable an instrumental style.

© Richie Unterberger /TiVo

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