quinta-feira, 24 de junho de 2021

Bernard Fowler - The Bura (Re-Post)



Bernard Fowler - The Bura - 2015

The Bura is the second solo project from singer, songwriter, producer, and percussionist Bernard Fowler. Fowler s dynamic vocals have appeared on hundreds of albums for bands as diverse as The Rolling Stones, Herbie Hancock, John Mayer, Rod Stewart, Duran Duran, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Michael Hutchence, Michael Buble, Philip Glass, Yoko Ono, Alice Cooper and many more.

01. Shake It (B. Fowler, R. Davis)
Bernard Fowler - Vocals,  Background Vocals
Skip McDonald - Guitar
Brent Woods - Guitar, Background Vocals
Robert Davis - Guitar, Background Vocals
Phil X - Guitar
Sean Davis - Bass
Dave Goodstein - Drums
Lenny Castro - Percussion

02. See You Again (B. Fowler, R. Davis, Cox)
Bernard Fowler - Vocals
Robert Davis - Guitar
Waddy Wachtel - Guitar
Emilio Terranova - Bass
Will Calhoun - Drums
Lenny Castro - Percussion
Jeff Bova - Keyboards
L. Shankar - Violin, Vocals
Waddy Wachtel - Guitar

03. The Letter (W. C. Thompson)
Bernard Fowler - Vocals,  Background Vocals
Robert Davis - Guitar
Waddy Wachtel - Guitar
Brent Woods - Guitar
Doug Wimbish - Bass
Alvino Bennett - Drums
Ikey Owens - Keyboards
Maxwell Drummey - Keyboards
Lisa Fischer - Background Vocals

04. My Friend Sin (B. Fowler, R. Davis)
Bernard Fowler - Vocals,  Background Vocals, Percussion, Jaw Harp
Slash - Guitar
Robert Davis - Guitar
Sugar Blue - Harmonica
Lisa Fischer - Background Vocals

05. Second Place (B. Fowler, R. Davis)
Bernard Fowler - Vocals, Background Vocals
Robert Davis - Guitar
Brent Woods - Guitar
Sigve "Siggy" Sjursen - Bass
Alvino Bennett - Drums
Khris Kellow - Keyboards
Jeff Bova - Keyboards
Lisa Fischer - Background Vocals

06. Driving Home To You (B. Fowler, R. Davis)
Bernard Fowler - Vocals, Background Vocals,
Albert Lee - Guitar
Robert Davis - Guitar, Drums
Foday Musa Suso - Kora

07. Can't You Hear Me Knocking (M. Jagger, K. Richards)
Bernard Fowler - Vocals, Background Vocals
Chuck D - Rap Vocals
Skip McDonald - Guitar
Robert Davis - Guitar
Keith LeBlanc - Drums
Doug Wimbish - Bass

08. Dragon Attack (Queen)
Bernard Fowler - Vocals, Background Vocals
Slash - Guitar
Phil X - Guitar
Robert Davis - Guitar
Sean Davis - Bass
Dave Goodstein - Drums
Lenny Castro - Percussion
Roberta Freeman - Background Vocals
Leah Grant - Background Vocals
Jordice Unger - Background Vocals

09. Helter Skelter (J. Lennon, P. McCartney)
Bernard Fowler - Vocals, Background Vocals
Robert Davis - Guitar
Phil X - Guitar
Sean Davis - Bass
Dave Goodstein - Drums
Brent Woods - Background Vocals

10. Will You Miss Me (B. Fowler, R. Davis)
Bernard Fowler - Vocals, Background Vocals
Robert Davis - Guitar
Waddy Wachtel - Guitar
Darryl Jones - Bass
Philip "Fish" Fisher - Drums
Lisa Fischer - Background Vocals, Background Vocal Arrangement
Lucas Nelson - Vocals

11. The Letter [acapella & dub] (W. C. Thompson)
Bernard Fowler - Vocals, Background Vocals



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segunda-feira, 21 de junho de 2021

Spirit - The Last Euro Tour (Repost)


















Spirit - The Last Euro Tour - 2010

With the 2010 release of The Last Euro Tour, the ongoing series of posthumous releases by Spirit continues under the aegis of Floating World Records' Retroworld imprint, having moved from the Acadia label. But Spirit archivist Mick Skidmore is still in charge of preparing vintage tapes of the band for release, and the album chronicles what turned out to be the final European outing by the trio of singer/guitarist Randy California, drummer Ed Cassidy, and bassist/singer Mike Nile in November 1991. They played eight shows in England, Germany, and Austria, and came home with DAT soundboard tapes from which Skidmore has assembled an idealized, lengthy performance containing versions of all but one of the songs performed on the tour. (He deemed neither of the two takes of "Love Tonight" releasable.) Spirit was promoting its then-recently released Tent of Miracles album, and they played half-a-dozen tracks from it, including several written by Nile, who also took lead vocals on them, making him much more than a hired bassist accompanying principals California and Cassidy. Wisely, however, the group also presented an extensive "hits" repertoire, drawing ten songs from the four albums made by the original Spirit lineup, 1968-1970, including such favorites as "Nature's Way" and "I Got a Line on You." The rest consisted largely of blues covers by the likes of Mance Lipscomb and Jimmy Reed, plus the Jimi Hendrix arrangements of songs like "All Along the Watchtower" and "Hey Joe," reminding listeners of California's connection to Hendrix, with whom he played as a teenager. This is not the fully loaded Spirit of the early days, but it is a tight power trio led by California's psychedelic and bluesy guitar leads and Cassidy's powerful drumming, which means it is the version of Spirit that actually maintained the band's name for more than a quarter-century after the breakup of the original lineup, pleasing a lot of fans along the way, many of them in Europe.
 
CD 1
01. Love From Here
02. Uncle Jack
03. Fresh Garbage
04. Tent of Miracles
05. Nature's Way
06. Like a Rolling Stone
07. Ship of Fools
08. Animal Zoo
09. Darlin' If
10. Miss This Train
11. Hey Joe
12. Zandu
13. Deep In This Land
14. Kokomo

CD 2
01. Downer
02. Stone Lover
03. Mr. Skin
04. Turn to the Right
05. Dark Eyed Woman
06. Old Black Magic
07. Going Up, Going Down
08. All the Same/I Got a Line On You
09. Prelude: Nothing to Hide
10. All Along the Watchtower
11. Wild Things


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sexta-feira, 18 de junho de 2021

Vince Martell - Endless High (Repost)


















Vince Martell - Endless High - 1995

from Wikipedia
Martell was born in the Bronx to parents who played the guitar and encouraged him to play as well. While in his teens, Martell joined the Navy, where he discovered his skills as a guitarist.

In 1963, Martell moved with his family to Florida and soon joined a band called Ricky T & The Satans Three that played in Miami blues clubs and shrimp bars in Key West. In 1966, he formed the band The Pidgeons with organist Mark Stein, bassist Tim Bogert and drummer Joe Brennan. After Brennan was replaced by Carmine Appice and a record deal forced the band to change its name, the band became Vanilla Fudge.

After the breakup of Vanilla Fudge in 1970, Martell continued to perform until Vanilla Fudge reunited for another album in 1984 called Mystery. In 2000, he released his first solo CD, Endless High, followed in 2001 by a self-titled CD, Vince Martell. In 2002, he recorded a third solo CD as a tribute to Jimi Hendrix, whom Martell had befriended when Vanilla Fudge and Hendrix toured together.

In 2005, Vanilla Fudge reformed with all the original members including Martell, Mark Stein, Tim Bogert and Carmine Appice, for a tour with The Doors and Steppenwolf. In July, 2006, Vanilla Fudge recorded a tribute to Led Zeppelin, working title Out Through the In Door, scheduled for release in early 2007. Martell continues to tour with Vanilla Fudge, and his own band, the Vince Martell Band with Peg Pearl (keyboards/vocals), Pete Bremy (Bass/vocals), and Russ T. Blades (drums).

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01. Cause I Love You
02. The Old Man In The Sky
03. Just a Little
04. All In Love Is Fair
05. Ladder of Life
06. Baby, I'm Blue
07. In The Court of The Crimson King
08. Yolanda
09. Thoughts

Vince Martell - Guitars, Vocals, Background Vocals
Chuck Alder - Bass
Tony Pinisi - Organ
Neil Capolongo - Drums
Peg Pearl - Background Vocals

Additional:
Tim Bogert
Ian McDonald
Chuck Alder, John Vinci and Richie Cerniglia (of Illusion)
John Garner (of Sir Lord Baltimore)
Phil Weiss and Scott Treibitz (of Star People)






terça-feira, 15 de junho de 2021

Gordon Haskell - Hambledon Hill


















Gordon Haskell - Hambledon Hill - 1990

Gordon Haskell is an English musician and songwriter. A pop, rock and blues vocalist, guitarist, and bassist, he was a school friend of King Crimson guitarist Robert Fripp, the two first working together in Fripp's mid-1960s teenage group The League of Gentlemen (not to be confused with Fripp's later new wave beat band). Haskell first gained recognition as bass player for the British band Les Fleur de Lys, and subsequently spent a short period in King Crimson, singing one of the songs on their second album and both singing and playing bass on their third album. After departing from King Crimson, he continued his musical career as a solo musician, finally gaining international recognition in 2001 with his hit song How Wonderful You Are.

01. Hambledon Hill
02. Walkin' In A Wilderness
03. Almost Certainly
04. The Right Time
05. The Other Side
06. Mumbo Jumbo
07. Pelican Pie
08. Mystical Allusion
09. What Do Broken Hearted People Do
10. Breathing In
11. Soul Mates

Gordon Haskell - Vocals, Guitars, Bass, Keyboars
Alan Bariffi - Electric Guitar (on 4 & 6)
Steve Cowen - Electric Guitar (on 2 & 5)
Tommy Banister - Pedal Steel Guitar
Tony Arnold - Slide Guitar
Paul Beavis - Drums, Percussion
Steve Darrel-Smith - Keyboards
Chris Winter - Keyboards, Brass, Woodwind, Mandolin
Mickey Fudge - Backing Vocals