High Time

High Time

by MC5


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Product Details

Release Date: 08/04/1992
Label: Rhino
UPC: 0081227103422
catalogNumber: 71034
Rank: 56807

Album Credits

Performance Credits

MC5   Primary Artist
Rob Tyner   Harmonica,Maracas,Vocals
Dave Morgan   Percussion
Pete Kelly   Piano
Wayne Kramer   Guitar,Piano,Keyboards,Vocals,Background Vocals
Dan Bullock   Trombone
Ellis Dee   Percussion
Bobby Wayne Derminer   Percussion
Marlene Driscoll   Vocals
Rick Ferretti   Trumpet,Saxophone
Dave Heller   Percussion
Leon Henderson   Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone
Joanne Hill   Vocals
Larry Horton   Trombone
Skip Knapp   Organ
Brenda Knight   Vocals
Kinki Lepew   Percussion
Charles Moore   Trumpet,Flugelhorn,Vocals,Background Vocals
Scott Morgan   Percussion
Butch O'Brien   Percussion,Bass Drums
David Oversteak   Tuba
Bob Seger   Percussion
Fred "Sonic" Smith   Organ,Guitar,Harmonica,Keyboards,Vocals,Background Vocals
Dennis Thompson   Percussion,Drums,Tambourine,Vocals
Terry Trabandt   Percussion
Michael Davis   Bass,Vocals,Background Vocals,Group Member
Pete Kelly   Piano

Technical Credits

MC5   Audio Production
Geoffrey Haslam   Producer,Audio Production
Fred "Sonic" Smith   Composer
Dave Marsh   Liner Notes

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High Time 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have been enjoying this LP(now CD of course) since shortly after it was originally released in the early 70s.I still have an 8trk tape version which I used to blast in a '72 Buick Skylark with a 350 V8.The music on this recording is the aural equivalent of the engine in that car-loud,fast and rocking.All American Detroit iron at its best.High Time combines the energy and tone of Kick Out the Jams with great songwriting.Highlights include Fred Smith's tunes Sister Ann and Baby Won't Ya,Kramer's Poison and Gotta Keep Movin',penned by Dennis Thompson to showcase Fred Smith's guitar playing.In some ways this was an archetypal 70s rock record,as Miss X can be considered as a power ballad.Some folks miss the free form anarchy of Kick Out the Jams-certainly a rock classic,but in my opinion this was the MC5's best recording.I happily listen to it ''Over and Over''-pun intended!