MP3 The Peaceniks - Here Come the Peaceniks
This is a new album of folk-rock music of peace & social consciousness, where the two lead singers write & harmonize like Lennon & McCartney, Everly Brothers, Squeeze and Simon & Garfunkel - using classic rock grooves and some great lead guitar.
15 MP3 Songs in this album (68:30) !
Related styles: ROCK: American Trad Rock, FOLK: Folk-Rock
People who are interested in Bob Dylan The Beatles The Band should consider this download.
MOOGY KLINGMAN is the co-founder of the Peaceniks, along with Barry Gruber.
Moogy was the original keyboardist for Todd Rundgren and Utopia. He played on 10 Todd Rundgren albums, as well as several Utopia albums.
Moogy co-wrote “You gotta have Friends” with Buzzy Linhart. He produced and played keyboards for Bette Midler on her "Songs for the New Depression".
Moogy played keyboards and produced a record for Bob Dylan - "Buckets of Rain" - a duet Dylan did with Bette Midler.
He was musical director and associate producer, as well as keyboardist on "Music from Free Creek", an album where Moogy played and recorded with Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Keith Emerson among others.
He has also played lived for Chuck Berry, Jimi Hendrix, Buzzy Linhart and in the 90''s - with members of the Allman Brothers and a summer tour with blues legend, Bo Diddley.
Moogy has performed at many legendary venues with various groups. From Carnagie Hall to Radio City Music hall from NYC''s Bottom line to Live radio concerts on WBAI FM and K-ROCK.
Moogy has had solo albums out on Capitol and EMI records, as well as on his own label. Many artists recorded Moogy’s songs including Bette Midler, Carly Simon, Johnny Winter, Eric Clapton, Todd Rundgren and Barry Manilow.
Moogy studied with private teachers such as the esteemed jazz legend Keith Jarrett, Tony Aless (pianist for Charlie Parker) and Sanford Gold (pianist for Billie Holiday) as well as arranging with jazz legend, Don Sebesky.
BARRY GRUBER is the co-founder of the Peaceniks, along with Moogy Klingman.
Barry is a guitarist, singer-songwriter and Peace activist.
Barry has studied jazz guitar with the legendary John Abercrombie.
His former band, Krazy Lyin’ released a CD “If the Moon Could Sing”, and performed all over Seattle, including Seattle Peace Concerts.
In his career, Barry has performed in New York and Seattle, including the C-Note, CBGB’s, Elaine’s, Trudy Heller’s, the Bitter End, and the Bottom Line.
As president of Band Together Records, Barry has also been the Producer or Executive Producer for several CD’s, including PF Sloan (author of Eve of Destruction and Secret Agent Man), Peace Troubadour James Twyman, Kimberly Bass, Afire, and jazz pianist David Arnay.
Barry also released a compilation CD called “Band Together for Peace” which features 17 independent artists singing songs of Peace, including “We Believe”, a children’s peace song which was recognized with a certificate of achievement from the Mayor of Los Angeles.
Barry is also the co-Director of Universal Peace Initiative, an organization that puts on events commemorating the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, turning a day of horror into a re-affirmation of life. Pete Seeger, Peter Yarrow (of Peter Paul and Mary), Odetta, Richie Havens, and others have performed at these events.