sábado, 26 de julho de 2014

Ian McLagan - Best of British (re-re-post)

Ian McLagan - Best of British - 2000

Best of British is the third solo album by British keyboardist Ian McLagan, his first in nearly twenty years. Recorded in his adopted hometown of Austin, Texas with his Bump Band, then consisting of vocalist and keyboardist McLagan, drummer Don Harvey, bassist Sarah Brown and guitarists Gurf Morlix and “Scrappy” Jud Newcomb, it featured twelve songs by McLagan, two previously released on his 1985 extended play, Last Chance to Dance.

The album was financed by his former bandmate, Ron Wood, who is featured on three tracks, including “She Stole It!”, the cautionary tale of a man, his woman and his record collection and the ode to their departed Face Ronnie Lane, “Hello Old Friend”.

01. Best Of British
02. I Only Wanna Be With You
03. She Stole It!
04. Warm Rain
05. Hope Street
06. Hello Old Friend
07. Big Love
08. Don't Let Him Out Of Your Sight
09. Suzie Gotta Sweet Face
10. Barking Dogs
11. I Will Follow
12. This Time

Ian McLagan - Vocal, Hammond organ, Piano, Rhythm guitar
“Scrappy” Jud Newcomb - Guitars, Vocal
Don Harvey - Drums, Percussion
Gurf Morlix - Guitars, Vocal
Sarah Brown - Bass, Vocal
Ron Wood - Guitars, Dobro, Vocal (3, 6, 12)
Billy Bragg - Vocal (1)
Deborah Kelly - Vocal (4, 7, 8, 12)
Amy Boone - Vocal (4, 8, 12)
Akwana Nflembele & The Jumbahkum Singers - Vocals (7)


2 comentários :

Anônimo disse...

gracias keep on rocking

Only Good Song disse...

enjoy anônimo.