Nov 30, 2010

Bachman - Any Road (1992)

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Throughout much of the '70s, Bachman-Turner Overdrive practically defined meat-and-potatoes style hard rock. Co-leader Randy Bachman seemed to have settled into an elder statesman role, producing and guesting on sessions for young up-and-coming Canadian bands. Any Road - backed by a pair of young pups on bass and guitar - marks his first solo venture in many a year. As a vocalist, Bachman makes one yearn for the return of Fred Turner. Let's be kind and call it a limited instrument, but one used to its peak potential on the nostalgic "Prairie Town," offered here in acoustic and electric versions. The acoustic take makes best use of guests Margo Timmins (Cowboy Junkies) and Neil Young, and is Any Road's one essential moment.
 Tracklist
1. Prairie Town
2. Any Road
3. I Wanna Shelter You
4. Overworked And Underpaid
5. 15 Minutes Of Fame
6. Tailspin
7. Vanishing Heroes
8. One Step Ahead Of The Law
9. It's Only Money
10. One Night In Texas
11. Why Am I Loneley
12. Prairie Town

Personnel:
Randy Bachman, Neil Young (guitar, vocals)
Margo Timmins, Callianne Bachman (vocals)
Denise McCann (harmonica, background vocals)
Jason Sniderman (keyboards)
Richard Cochrane (bass, background vocals)
Billy Rea "Crash" Chapman (drums, background vocals)
Allan Wiebe, Lovie Eli (background vocals)
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BACHMAN - One Step Ahead Of The Law

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Captain Beefheart And The Magic Band - Bluejeans & Moonbeams (1974)


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Born Don Vliet, Captain Beefheart was one of modern music's true innovators. The owner of a remarkable four-and-one-half octave vocal range, he employed idiosyncratic rhythms, absurdist lyrics and an unholy alliance of free jazz, Delta blues, latter-day classical music and rock & roll to create a singular body of work virtually unrivalled in its daring and fluid creativity. While he never came even remotely close to mainstream success, Beefheart's impact was incalculable, and his fingerprints were all over punk, new wave and post-rock.  
Tracklist:
1. Party Of Special Things To Do
2. Same Old Blues
3. Observatory Crest
4. Pompadour Swamp
5. Captain's Holiday
6. Rock 'N Roll's Evil Doll
7. Further Than We've Gone
8. Twist Ah Luck
9. Bluejeans And Moonbeams
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CAPTAIN BEEFHEART - Observatory Crest
 

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Mainhorse [feat. Patrick Moraz] - Mainhorse (1971)


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Tracklist:
1. Introduction
2. Passing Years
3. Such A Beautiful Day
4. Pale Sky
5. Basia
6. More Tea Vicar
7. God


Band:
Warren Bernhardt - piano
Patrick Moraz - keyboards, vocals
Peter Cockett - guitar, violin, vocals
Bryson Graham - percussion, drums
Jean Ristori - bass, cello. vocals
Peter Lockett - guitar, violin, vocals
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Nov 29, 2010

VA - Fried Glass Onions - Memphis Meets The Beatles (2005) 2CD


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                                 CD 1:
                                 1. Two Of Us - Bob Simon & Eddie Harrison
                                 2. Get Back - Daddy Mack Orr
                                 3. Day Tripper - Z-Da
                                 4. Happiness Is A Warm Gun - Charlie Wood
                                 5. Blackbird - Jackie Johnson
                                 6. You're Gonna Lose That Girl - Bertram Brown
                                 7. She Came In Through The Bathroom Window - Matt Tutor  
                                 8. Drive My Car - Memphis All-Stars
                                 9. Yer Blues - The Beat Generation
                                 10. Across The Universe - John Kilzer
                                 11. The One After 909 - Gusto (featuring Dexter Haygood)  
                                 12. Old Brown Shoe - Dani
                                 13. A Hard Day's Night - Lamar Sorrento & The Mod Saints
                                 14. The Long And Winding Road - Kevin Paige


                                 CD 2:
                                 1. Glass Onion - John Kilzer
                                 2. Back In The U.S.S.R. - Charlie Wood
                                 3. I Wanna Be Your Man - Gary Johns
                                 4. Lady Madonna - Eddie Harrison
                                 5. For You Blue - The Billy Gibson Band
                                 6. Oh! Darling - Dani
                                 7. Martha My Dear - The Beale Street Syncopaters
                                 8. Why Don't We Do It In The Road - Z-Da
                                 9. In My Life - Charles Ponder
                                 10. Here, There And Everywhere - Memphis All-Stars
                                 11. Glass Onion (Reprise) - John Kilzer
                                 12. All You Need Is Love - Memphis Meets The Beatles Studio Band

Nov 28, 2010

Argent - Counterpoints (1975, vynil rip)

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"Counterpoints" is a 1975 album and the seventh released by Argent.

Tracklist:
1. On My Feet Again
2. I Can't Remember, But Yes
3. Time
4. Waiting For The Yellow One
5. It's Off
6. Be Strong
7. Rock & Roll Show
8. Butterfly
9. Road Back Home

Personnel:
Rod Argent - keyboards, vocals
John Grimaldi - lead guitar, cello, violin, mandolin
Bob Henrit - drums
Jim Rodford - bass
John Verity - rhythm guitar, bass, vocals

Nov 27, 2010

Beck Bogert & Appice - Beck Bogert & Appice (1973)


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Beck, Bogert & Appice was a hard rock supergroup power trio formed by guitarist Jeff Beck after two previous incarnations of The Jeff Beck Group, and bassist Tim Bogert and drummer Carmine Appice who were both previously in Vanilla Fudge and Cactus. Read more

Tracklist:
1. Black Cat Moan
2. Lady
3. Oh To Love You
4. Superstition
5. Sweet Sweet Surrender
6. Why Should I Care
7. Lose Myself With You
8. Livin' Alone
9. I'm So Proud


Band members:
Jeff Beck - guitar and vocals
Tim Bogert - bass and vocals
Carmine Appice - drums and vocals
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BECK BOGERT & APPICE - Lady


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Luther Grosvenor - Floodgates (1996)

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Tracklist:
1. Evesham Boy
2. Best Years Of My Life
3. Floodgates
4. Fullness Of Time
5. I Wanna Be Free
6. Ninsky Prospect
7. Loneliest Man In Town
8. Fire Down Below
9. Cathy

Musicians:
Luther Grosvenor - guitars, lead & backing vocals
Mike Kellie - drums & percussion, backing vocals
Dave Moore - keyboards
Steve Dolan - basses
Special guests:
"The Extraordinary" Jess Roden - lead & backing vocals
Mick Dolan - acoustic rhythm guitars
Jim Capaldy & The Saints - backing vocals
The Clave Bros. - percussion

Nov 26, 2010

Luther Grosvenor - Under Open Skies (1971)

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Luther James Grosvenor (born 23 December 1946 in Evesham, Worcestershire) is an English rock musician, who played guitar in Spooky Tooth, briefly in Stealers Wheel and, under the pseudonym "Ariel Bender", in Mott the Hoople and Widowmaker.
Luther first began playing in local bands in his hometown of Evesham. He met Jim Capaldi, who later played with Traffic, with whom he formed a group called Deep Feelin.
Later he joined a group called The V.I.P.'s, in which Keith Emerson played for some time. The V.I.P.'s were renamed Art and later became Spooky Tooth.
The years with Spooky Tooth (1967 to 1970), Stealers Wheel (1973) and Mott the Hoople (1973 to 1974) were the most successful years in his musical career.
After leaving Mott the Hoople, Luther published a few solo albums, and formed Widowmaker, releasing Widowmaker in 1976 and Too Late to Cry in 1977.
In the 1990s, Luther Grosvenor returned in a Spooky Tooth reunion. In 2005, he revived his pseudonym, forming the Ariel Bender Band. In 2007 and 2008 he performed under the name Ariel Bender's Mott The Hoople performing Spooky Tooth and Mott The Hoople songs, as well as cover songs.

Tracklist:
1. Ride On
2. Here Comes The Queen
3. When I Met You
4. Love The Way
5. Waiting
6. Rocket
7. Under Open Skies
Bonus Tracks:
8. Heavy Day
9. All The People

Musicians:
Luther Grosvenor - vocals, lead guitar, slide guitar, bass guitar, tambourine, cymbal wood scraper, shaker
Mike Kelly - drums [1, 3, 5-7], harmony vocals [7]
John Hawken - piano [1, 3, 5], organ [5]
Jim Capaldi, Mick Ralphs - harmony vocals [1]
Mike Giles - drums [2]
Trevor Burton - bass guitar [3, 7]
Trevor Lucas - harmony vocals [5]
Paul Bennett - harmony vocals [7]

Nov 25, 2010

Andromeda - Andromeda (1970)

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Andromeda was a German progressive rock band (krautrock/heavy prog) which played very biritish style of rock similar to Atomic Rooster, Rare Bird or Bram Stoker with heavy organ sound.
They recorded only one album before they disbanded...

Tracklist:
1. Andromeda
2. Cosmos Main Road
3. Galaxy Of Beauty, Galaxy Of Nightmares
4. A World On A Star
5. Space Trip
6. Rockets
7. Silvery Lady Star


Musicians:
Peter Schild - keyboards
Gunther Steinborn - drums
Gerry Fleming - bass
Tony Hendrik - guitar

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Heavy Metal Kids - Heavy Metal Kids (1974)

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2009 digitally remastered and expanded reissue of the debut album from the sorely overlooked British band, originally released in 1974. The Heavy Metal Kids have been acknowledged as an influence on Rock bands such as AC/DC through to Punk bands like The Damned and Sex Pistols. Includes the singles 'It's A Shame' and 'Rock N Roll Man' plus one rare live bonus track.
Tracklist:
1. Hangin' On
2. Ain't It Hard
3. It's The Same
4. Run Around Eyes
5. We Gotta Go
6. Always Plenty Of Women
7. Nature Of My Game
8. Kind Woman
9. Rock N Roll Man
10. We Gotta Go (Reprise)
Bonus track:
11. It's The Same (Live)

Band:
Micky Waller - guitars
Ronnie Thomas - bass & vocals
Gary Holton - lead vocals
Danny Peyronel - keyboards & vocals
Keith Boyce - drums & percussion

Nov 24, 2010

Moxy - Moxy (1975)

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MOXY biography
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Tracklist:
1. Fantasy
2. Sail On Sail Away
 
3. Can't You See I'm A Star
4. Moon Rider
5. Time To Move On
6. Still I Wonder
7. Train
8. Out Of Darkness

The band:
Buzz Shearman - vocals
Earl Johnson - guitar
Buddy Caine - guitar
Terry Juric - bass
Bill Wade - drums

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Nov 23, 2010

Skid Row [feat. Gary Moore] - 34 Hours (1971)

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Tracklist:
1. Night Of The Warm Witch
2. First Thing In The Morning
3. Mar
4. Go, I'm Never Gonna Let You, Pts. 1 & 2
5. Lonesome Still
6. Love Story, Pts. 1-4
Bonus tracks:
7. Night Of The Warm Witch [single version]
8. Mr. De-Luxe

SKID ROW - Love Story

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Skid Row [feat. Gary Moore] - Skid (1970)

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Tracklist:
1. Mad Dog Woman
2. Virgo's Daughter
3. Heading Home Again
4. Awful Lot Of Woman   
5. Unco-Up Showband Blues
6. For Those Who Do
7. After I'm Gone
8. Man Who Never Was
9. Felicity

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Nov 22, 2010

MHV - Bölcsőtől a sírig (1995)

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Made in HUNGARY

1.  Aki él, most mind az újra vár
2.  Szegény Magyarország
3.  Forog a kerék
4.  Hol van a boldogság?
5.  Üzenet a távolból
6.  Csak az első jut tovább
7.  Feldúlt égen a szivárvány
8.  Messze visz a zene
9.  Fogd a kezem
10.  Ki érted gyújt majd gyertyát
11.  Bölcsőtől a sírig

Menyhárt János (Ferm, Korál, V'moto-rock) - gitár, vokál
Homonyik Sándor (East) - ének, vokál
Vikidál Gyula (P. Mobil, Dinamit, P. Box) - ének, vokál
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Závodi Gábor - billentyűk, vokál (Roland)
Szentmihályi Gábor - dob
Zselencz László - basszusgitár (1, 3, 6, 8)

MHV - Szegény Magyarország

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Nov 21, 2010

Argent - Argent (1970)

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''Argent'' is the first album by British rock band Argent. Released in 1970, the album did not chart in either the U.S. or the U.K. and did not produce any hit singles, although the song "Liar" would become a top-10 Billboard hit the following year through a cover version by Three Dog Night.

Tracklist:
1. Like Honey
2. Liar
3. Be Free
4. Schoolgirl
5. Dance In The Smoke
6. Lonely Hard Road
7. The Feeling Inside
8. Freefall
9. Stepping Stone
10. Bring You Joy

Band:
Rod Argent - organ, piano, vocals
Russ Ballard - guitar, piano, vocals
Jim Rodford - bass, vocals
Robert Henrit - drums, percussion

ARGENT - Dance In The Smoke

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The Load - Load Have Mercy (1977)

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Second and last album...

Tracklist:
1. Mobilized
2. One Is Gone
3. Something Suite
4. Richter Scale
5. Interstellar Debris
6. The Narrows
7. Choises
8. Too Much To Believe
9. Eitel's Lament

Line-up:
Sterling Smith - keyboards
Dave Hessler - guitar, bass
Tommy Smith - drums, percussion



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Nov 20, 2010

Johnny Winter - Johnny Winter And (1970)

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1970 album from Columbia by the great blues/rock guitarist Winter with Rick Derringer, Randy Hobbs & Randy Z. Contains all 11 original tracks including the hit 'Rock & Roll, Hoochie Koo'. For over 30 years, Johnny Winter has been a guitar hero without equal. Signing to Columbia records in 1969, Johnny immediately laid out the blueprint for his fresh take on classic blues a prime combination for the legions of fans just discovering the blues via the likes of Jimmy Page and Eric Clapton. Constantly shifting between simple country blues in the vein of Robert Johnson, to all-out electric slide guitar blues-rock, - Johnny has always been one of the most respected singers and guitar players in rock and the clear link between British blues-rock and American Southern rock (a la the Allman Brothers and Lynyrd Skynyrd.) Throughout the '70s and '80s, Johnny was the unofficial torch-bearer for the blues, championing and aiding the careers of his idols like Muddy Waters and John Lee Hooker.

Tracklist:
1. Guess I'll Go Away
2. Ain't That A Kindness
3. No Time To Live
4. Rock And Roll, Hoochie Koo
5. Am I Here?
6. Look Up
7. Prodigal Son
8. On The Limb
9. Let The Music Play
10. Nothing Left
11. Funky Music

Personnel:
Johnny Winter - vocals, guitar
Rick Derringer - vocals, guitar
Randy Hobbs - vocals, bass
Randy Z - drums

Johnny Winter - Prodigal Son

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Nov 19, 2010

Dr. Feelgood - Sneakin' Suspicion (1977)

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"Sneakin' Suspicion" was the fourth album by Dr. Feelgood, and was released in 1977. During recording of Sneakin' Suspicion, the band were dealt a potentially fatal blow with the departure of guitarist, co-writer and focal point, Wilko. The album reached number 10 in the UK Albums Chart in June 1977, and remained in that chart for six weeks. It also spawned their first single to enter the corresponding UK Singles Chart - "Sneakin' Suspicion".
Despite its thriving British success, Dr. Feelgood was unable to find an audience in the United States. After Sneakin' Suspicion they never released another record in the U.S.

Tracklist:
1. Sneakin' Suspicion
2. Paradise
3. Nothin' Shakin' (But The Leaves On The Trees)
4. Time And The Devil
5. Lights Out
6. Lucky Seven
7. All My Love
8. You'll Be Mine
9. Walking On The Edge
10. Hey Mama Keep Your Big Mouth Shut

Line-up:
Wilko Johnson - guitar, backing vocals
Lee Brilleaux - vocals, guitar, harmonica, slide guitar
John B. Sparks - bass guitar, backing vocals
The Big Figure - drums, percusion, backing vocals
Tim Hinkley - keyboards

Dr. Feelgood - Walking On The Edge

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Dr. Feelgood - Stupidity (1976) [Live]

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"Stupidity" was the third album by Dr. Feelgood, released in September 1976. It was their first live album recording.
Their mushrooming popularity was confirmed when live set Stupidity (1976) topped the UK charts.
The album reached number 1 in the UK Albums Chart in October 1976 (for one week), and remained in that chart for nine weeks. It was the first live album to go to No 1 in the UK album chart, in its first week of release.It was Dr. Feelgood's first and, to date, only recording to reach number 1, and appeared over eight months before their first single entered the corresponding UK Singles Chart - "Sneakin' Suspicion" (June 1977).
Tracklist:
1. Talking About You
2. Twenty Yards Behind
3. Stupidity
4. All Through The City
5. I'm A Man
6. Walking The Dog
7. She Does It Right
8. Going Back Home
9. I Don't Mind
10. Back In The Night
11. I'm A Hog For You Baby
12. Checkin' Up On My Baby
13. Roxette
14. Riot In Cell Block #9
15. Johnny B Goode

Dr. Feelgood - Malpractice (1975)


Dr. Feelgood are a British pub rock band formed in 1971. The band's name derives from a slang term for heroin or for a doctor who is willing to overprescribe drugs. It is also a reference to a 1962 record by the American blues pianist and singer Willie Perryman (also known as "Piano Red") called "Dr Feel-Good", which Perryman recorded under the name of Dr. Feelgood & The Interns. The song was covered by several British beat groups in the 1960s, including Johnny Kidd & The Pirates.
"Malpractice" reached number 17 in the UK Albums Chart in November 1975, and remained in that chart for six weeks. It was their first recording to chart, and appeared almost two years before their first single to do so in the corresponding UK Singles Chart - "Sneakin' Suspicion" (June 1977).
Malpractice saw Dr. Feelgood break into the UK Top 20, the success of the release a gauge of a change in the musical climate. With their drainpipe suits, short hair, and surly demeanour, they were as influential as any at the inception of punk rock.


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Tracklist:
1. I Can Tell
2. Going Back Home
3. Back In The Night
4. Another Man
5. Rolling And Tumbling
6. Don't Let Your Daddy Know
7. Watch Your Step
8. Don't You Just Know It
9. Riot In Cell Block No.9
10. Because Your Mine
11. You Shouldn't Call The Doctor

Line-up:
Lee Brilleaux - vocals, guitar, harmonica
John B. Sparks - bass
Figure Martin - drums
Wilko Johnson - guitar, vocals

Dr. Feelgood - Another Man

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Nov 18, 2010

Oscar Benton - Bensonhurst Blues (2001)

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Tracklist:
1. Bensonhurst Blues
2. Wooly Booly Boogie
3. Draggin' Around
4. Roll on Sweet Mississippi
5. Today Is Yesterday Tomorrow
6. Stop What You're Doing
7. Took Me a Long Time
8. Come Back
9. Long and Winding Road
10. Never Never Leave Me
11. Baby Help Me
12. Three Bells
13. I Don't Know
14. Loving C.M.B.H.
15. Somebody's Love Will Do


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Argent - All Together Now (1972)

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All Together Now, released in 1972, was the third album recorded by British rock band Argent. It was Argent's first hit album and features their most successful single "Hold Your Head Up," which reached number five in both the U.K. and U.S. singles charts. Other featured songs include "Tragedy," "I Am the Dance of Ages" and "He's a Dynamo."


Tracklist:
1. Hold Your Head Up
2. Keep On Rollin'
3. Tragedy
4. I Am The Dance Of Ages
5. Be My Lover, Be My Friend
6. He's A Dynamo
7. Pure Love / Fantasia / Prelude / Pure Love / Finale
Bonus tracks:
8. Celebration
9. Kingdom
10. Closer To Heaven
11. Rejoice
12. God Gave Rock & Roll To You
13. Christmas For The Free
14. It's Only Money, Pt. 2

Argent - Ring Of Hands (1971)

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"Ring Of Hands was the first album of Argent's to really find a comfortable place between the wondrous melodies and vocal work of The Zombies and a heavier harder rocking sound. The songs are great, with several extremely impressive solos from Rod Argent in the longer tracks and controlled interplay between the group in others. The Cream influences in the vocals that were there on the first album are still here, but they've matured into something more individualistic. I love Argent, and I would have to also say this is their best album..."
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Tracklist:
1. Celebration
2. Sweet Mary
3. Cast Your Spell Uranus
4. Lothlorien
5. Chained
6. Rejoice
7. Pleasure
8. Sleep Won't Help Me
9. Where Are We Going Wrong
Bonus track:
10. He's a Dynamo

Line-up:
Rod Argent - keyboards, vocals
Russ Ballard - lead vocals, guitar
Bob Henrit - drums
Jim Rodford - bass


Nov 17, 2010

Three Man Army - 3 (2005)

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 Recorded 1973-74, released 2005


Tracklist:
1. Three Days To Go
2. Dog's Life
3. Jubilee
4. Look At The Sun
5. Don't Wanna Go Right Now
6. Come To The Party
7. Let's Go Get Laid
8. Doctor
9. You'll Find Love


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Three Man Army - Two (1974)

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Three Man Army was a forgettable British hard rock band of the early '70s, playing period guitar-slanted music that sounded like warm-up fodder for bigger stadium acts. The constants in the lineup were Adrian Gurvitz and Paul Gurvitz, both of whom had been in Gun. After Gun expired, Adrian went to America to play with Buddy Miles, while Paul formed Parrish & Gurvitz. The pair reunited, however, to record the debut Three Man Army album, A Third of a Lifetime, using several different drummers (including Miles, Carmine Appice from Vanilla Fudge, and Mike Kellie from Spooky Tooth). Tony Newman, formerly of Sounds Incorporated and the Rod Stewart Group, joined for the next (and final) two Three Man Army albums. While there were rehearsals for a fourth LP, it was never started, as Newman left to join David Bowie's band and the Gurvitz brothers teamed up with Ginger Baker to record three albums as the Baker Gurvitz Army.

Tracklist:
1. Polecat Woman
2. Today
3. Flying
4. Space Is The Place
5. Irving
6. I Can't Make The Blind See
7. Burning Angel
8. In My Eyes

Line-up:
Adrian Gurvitz - guitar & vocals
Paul Gurvitz - bass guitar & vocals
Tony Newman - drums

Nov 16, 2010

Mahogany Rush - IV (1976)

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Tracklist:
1. I'm Going Away
2. Man At The Back Door
3. Answer
4. Jive Body
5. It's Begun To Rain
6. Dragonfly
7. Little Sexie Annie
8. Moonwalk
9. IV... (The Emperor)

Line-up:
Frank Marino - guitars, vocals, synyh bass, mellotron
Jim Ayoub - drums & percussion
Paul Harwood - bass

Jorn - Spirit Black (2009)

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 Tracklist:
1. Spirit Black
2. Below
3. Road Of The Cross
4. The Last Revolution
5. City In Between
6. Rock And Roll Angel
7. Burn Your Flame
8. World Gone Mad
9. I Walk Alone
10. The Sun Goes Down


Musicians:
Jorn Lande - vocals
Willy Bendiksen - drums
Tore Moren - guitars
Jimmy Iversen - guitars
Sid Ringsby - bass


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Jorn - Unlocking The Past (2007)

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Unlocking the Past is the fifth studio album by Jørn Lande.
The album features covers of what Jorn states as his biggest musical influences, and as such, is composed mostly of classic hard rock and heavy metal acts such as Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Whitesnake and Kiss.
All covers were recorded especially for the record, except for "The Day the Earth Caught Fire" and "Burn" which were already released on Jorn's debut album Starfire.
The album features guest appearances from guitarists Ronni Le Tekrø and Ralph Santolla, Deep Purple keyboardist Don Airey, former TNT drummer John Macaluso and more.
The album was released on January 29, 2007, the same day Jorn's greatest hits compilation The Gathering was released.

Tracklist:
1. On And On
2. Fool For Your Loving
3. Cold Sweat
4. Lonely Is The Word / Letters From Earth
5. Burn
6. Feel Like Making Love
7. Kill The King
8. Perfect Strangers
9. Naked City
10. The Day The Earth Caught Fire


Personnel:
Jørn Lande - lead vocals
Jørn Viggo Lofstad - guitar
Tore Moren - guitar
Morty Black - bass
Ronny Tegner - keyboards
Willy Bendiksen - drums
 
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The Snakes - Once Bitten.... (1998)

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The Snakes were a British-Norwegian hard rock band, formed by former Whitesnake members Bernie Marsden, Micky Moody, Neil Murray, and Cozy Powell and former Vagabond singer Jørn Lande in 1997. Eventually the line-up consisted of guitarists Marsden and Moody with Norwegian vocalist , bassist Sid Ringsby, who later joined the Norwegian band TNT, and drummer Willy Bendiksen. The band released two albums and broke up after the second album, in 1999.

Tracklist:
1. Labour Of Love
2. Can't Go Back
3. What Love Can Do
4. Real Faith
5. The Dancer (The Liar)
6. Gonna Find The Sun
7. Little Miss Happiness
8. Bring Yo' Good Self Home
9. Showdown
10. Sacrificial Feelings
11. Tough Love
Bonus tracks:
12. All Dressed Up
13. September Tears


The band:
Jørn Lande - vocals
Micky Moody - guitar
Bernie Marsden - guitar
Sid Ringsby - bass
Willy Bendiksen - drums

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Nov 14, 2010

Cockney Rebel - The Psychomodo (1974)

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''The Psychomodo'' is the second studio album by Cockney Rebel, released by EMI Records. The album failed to chart on the American  charts, but charted at number eight in the United Kingdom.
The album was re-released in 2001 on compact disc with two bonus tracks.

Tracklist:
1. Sweet Dreams
2. The Psychomodo
3. Mr.Soft
4. Singular Band
5. Ritz
6. Cavaliers
7. Bed In The Corner
8. Sling It!
9. Tumbling Down
Bonus tracks:
10. Big Big Deal
11. Such A Dream

Personnel:
Steve Harley - vocals
Paul Jeffreys - bass
Stuart Elliott - drums
Andrew Powell - strings, arranger
Milton Reame-James - keyboards
Jean Paul Crocker - violin

Produced by Steve Harley & Alan Parsons

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Cockney Rebel - The Human Menagerie (1973)

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Cockney Rebel's debut album. Contains the original single release of "Judy Teen" and the B side of the "Sebastian" single.
Tracklist:
1. Hideaway
2. What Ruthy Said
3. Loretta's Tale
4. Crazy Raver
5. Sebastian
6. Mirror Freak
7. My Only Vice (Is The Fantastic Prices I Charge For Being Eaten Alive)
8. Muriel The Actor
9. Chameleon
10. Death Trip
Bonus tracks:
11. Judy Teen
12. Rock And Roll Parade


Musicians:
Steve Harley - vocals
Stuart Elliot - percussion
Paul Jeffreys - Fender bass
Milton Reame-James - keyboards
Jean-Paul Crocker - electric violin, mandolin & guitar

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Nov 13, 2010

Warren Haynes - Tales Of Ordinary Madness (1993)


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Warren Haynes (born April 6, 1960) is an American rock and blues guitarist, vocalist and songwriter of Gov't Mule and long time member of the Allman Brothers Band. Haynes also founded and runs Evil Teen Records, and is a member of the Dead.
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This is Warren Haynes first solo album

Tracklist:
1. Fire In The Kitchen
2. Kiss Tomorrow GoodBye
3. Movers And Shakers
4. I'll Be The One
5. Blue Radio
6. Invisible
7. Sister Justice
8. Angel City
9. Tattoos And Cigarettes
10. Power And The Glory
 11. Broken Promised Land

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