domingo, 31 de agosto de 2014

Vanilla Fudge - Reunion Tour (re-post)

Vanilla Fudge - Reunion Tour - 2011

Hoje trago mais um daqueles álbuns que se encontram à venda nas principais lojas (itunes, amazon, 7digital, etc, etc) mas que não trazem nenhuma informação a respeito. São apenas 8 músicas gravadas ao vivo, sem saber se de uma única apresentação ou se retiradas aleatoriamente de toda uma turnê.

A desinformação é completa ao perceber que em todas as lojas as músicas estão com seus nomes trocados. Voce baixa uma, mas leva outra no lugar. Se o internauta não conhecer minimamente a banda ficará pensando que You Keep Me Hanging On se chama Eleanor Rigby (clássico dos Beatles) ou que My World is Empty passou a ser chamar People Get Ready.

Enfim, uma bagunça total. Fico pensando quantas músicas são vítimas de tanta neligência. Saber autoria das músicas ou do Produtor é impossível até ao Professor Wikipédia, como diria um amigo meu.

A banda se apresenta com 3 de seus integrantes originais e mais Pete Bremy, um cara que tem Tim Bogert dentre suas influências e já tocou na banda de Vince Matell.

Faça o download e confira se os velhinhos ainda estão em forma

01. Eleanor Rigby
02. Golden Age Dreams
03. My World Is Empty
04. People Get Ready
05. Shotgun    
06. Take Me for a Little While
07. Ticket to Ride
08. You Keep Me Hangin' On

Mark Stein - Keyboards, Vocals
Camine Appice - Drums
Vince Martell - Guitar
Pete Bremy - Bass, Vocals


domingo, 24 de agosto de 2014

Ian Hunter - Live at My Father's Place

Ian Hunter - Live at My Father's Place - 2014

The 1979 Hunter/Ronson touring band was a 7-piece unit. There were two Tommys (Mandel and Morrongiello) on keyboards  and rhythm guitar respectively, Hilly Michaels on drums and  Martin Briley on bass. George Meyer played a mean sax and also keyboards. Special guest Ellen Foley (Hunter & Ronson were producing her first album) added vocals on "Just Another Night". And of course the front-men Hunter & Ronson. This loud and powerful assemblage - seven egos vying for the spotlight - rocked out, especially on grittier songs like "Bastard" and "Standin' In My Light".

01. FBI
02. One Bitten, Twice Shy
03. Is There Life After Death?
04. Laugh At Me
05. Ships
06. All The Way From Memphis
07. Jumping Jack Flash
08. Standing in My Light
09. Bastard
10. Angelene
11. Just Another Night
12. Cleveland Rocks
13. All the Young Dudes

Ian Hunter - Guitar, Vocal
Mick Ronson - Lead Guitar
Martin Briley - Bass
Tommy Mandel - Keyboard
Tommy Morrongiello - Guitar
Hilly Michaels - Drums
George Meyer - Sax


quarta-feira, 20 de agosto de 2014

William Souffreau - Those Precious Years

William Souffreau - Those Precious Years - 2010

William Souffreau is one of Belgium's great rock pioneers. He has been playing music for more than five decades now.

William was born on the 14th of April 1946, in Erembodegem, under a Belgian moon. He jumped into the music scene in the early sixties with the rock 'n' roll band The Blue Jets. At that time William wrote his first song, 'Feel so Lonely', which was later recorded on the album ‘Shake It’ (2002) by Blink It. Around 1963 William played with The Mings. His first recordings date from 1966, with The Four Rockets. Near the end of the 60s The Four Rockets became the more psychedelic rockband Dementia Praecox.

In 1970 William was elected number one rock singer of Belgium. Earlier that year he had founded the band The Voodoo, which soon became Irish Coffee. This rock band was a large success in many countries. Irish Coffee recorded one album and four singles (including the hit single 'Masterpiece'), all collector's items now. The band played many concerts and did numerous TV and radio shows. Irish Coffee was a support act for Uriah Heep, Chicken Shack and Golden Earring, among others. In 1974 the Irish Coffee story came to an end.

Two years later William established Joystick, with a funky horn section and great musicians such as Tony Boast. They were support act for Motörhead among others. They never made an album, but a few of the Joystick songs were recorded on the Irish Coffee reunion album (2004).

In the eighties William did many gigs with his coverband Oh Boy!. They had a great live reputation and a very underground playlist.

In 1990 he went solo as a singer-songwriter. Until this day he released more than ten albums. He worked together with many great musicians, such as Dave Peabody, Michael Chapman, Philip Catherine, Jo Bogaert and Jan De Wilde. He played on big stages and did support acts for The Kinks and 10cc.

In the late nineties William picked up his rock ’n’ roll years and started the rockabilly band Blink It. They released two swinging albums that were critically acclaimed. In those years William also recorded an album with a new formed Irish Coffee and new songs (2004). Irish Coffee II went to Bonn (Germany) to play 'Live on Rockpalast' (CD/LP/DVD). He also formed a brand new rock ’n’ roll band The Cochrans, together with Rik Vermeir and Kris van der Cammen. They played mostly songs from Eddie Cochran and other great fifties heroes.

Recently William recorded an album with The Moonlovers (2008). He is playing with Kloot Per W in Old School, doing covers from rare songs of the great rock music catalogue. He started the rock 'n' roll band The Rockabilly Rhythm Revue. With Irish Coffee III he plays his songs in a firm hardrock-blues mode, on his album 'Revisited' (LP, 2013). (You find HERE)

Those Precious Years, a 50 year anthology (The Four Rockets - Irish Coffee - Joystick - Oh Boy! - Blink It - WS.Solo - WS & The Moonlovers) in 21 of his own songs.

01. Those Precious Years
02. Where've You Been Last Night
03. Like Kerouac
04. Hope There's Time Left
05. There Ain't No Road Too Long
06. Beware
07. Black Cat
08. Little Town Girl
09. Highway To The Moon
10. Think I've Got Everything
11. Fool To Love
12. We All Must Get Together
13. Free
14. Love Life
15. Your Love
16. I'm Alive
17. The Beginning Or The End
18. The Show
19. Masterpiece
20. The Place Where She Lives
21. Feel So Lonely


sábado, 16 de agosto de 2014

Jimi Hendrix - West Coast Seattle Boy - The Jimi Hendrix Anthology (Re-Post)

Jimi Hendrix - West Coast Seattle Boy - The Jimi Hendrix Anthology - 2010

By Will Hermes - Rolling Stones Reviews
For Jimi Hendrix fanatics, the selling point of this four-disc set is a full CD of songs on which the guitarist doesn't sing lead and barely solos. Instead, he plays sideman to Little Richard, Don Covay and others on 15 R&B smokers. The tracks offer glimpses of a prodigy straining at the bit: The hot-shit solo on the Isley Brothers' 1964 "Testify," all of 10 seconds long, is like an early Marlon Brando screen test, coiled drama springing to life; the reverb-soaked, Curtis Mayfield-style licks on the Icemen's sublime 1966 "(My Girl) She's a Fox" offer a taste of the exploded- soul magic Hendrix cooked up later on "Castles Made of Sand."

The remaining three CDs parse Hendrix's subsequent career chronologically but strictly through alternate takes, demos and live tracks, drawn from the seemingly bottomless vault of recordings that shadow the three studio LPs and one live set released during his lifetime. The material splits the difference between sheer greatness (a gorgeously psychedelic instrumental take of "Are You Experienced?") and novelties like a ragged but deep cover of the Bob Dylan/Band classic "Tears of Rage," the highlight of six intimate tracks recorded in a hotel room in 1968 with singer/harmonica player Paul Caruso. There's also a wonderful, illuminating new DVD documentary narrated in Hendrix's own words — drawn from letters and interviews — by kindred spirit Bootsy Collins (the bit about eating a picnic lunch while watching race riots in Nashville, where Hendrix got his career started, is grimly hilarious). To be sure, this box is for the fans. But even when the tracks don't shed new light, they still burn as bright as the sun.

CD 1
01. The Isley Brothers: Testify - Jimi Hendrix
02. Don Covay: Mercy, Mercy - Jimi Hendrix
03. Don Covay: Can t Stay Away - Jimi Hendrix
04. Rosa Lee Brooks: My Diary - Jimi Hendrix
05. Rosa Lee Brooks: Utee - Jimi Hendrix
06. Little Richard: I Don t Know What You Got But It s Got Me - Jimi Hendrix
07. Little Richard: Dancing All Around The World - Jimi Hendrix
08. Frank Howard & The Commanders: I m So Glad - Jimi Hendrix
09. The Isley Brothers: Move Over And Let Me Dance - Jimi Hendrix
10. The Isley Brothers: Have You Ever Been Disappointed - Jimi Hendrix
11. Ray Sharpe: Help Me (Get The Feeling) Part One - Jimi Hendrix
12. The Icemen: (My Girl) She s A Fox - Jimi Hendrix
13. Jimmy Norman: That Little Old Groove Maker - Jimi Hendrix
14. Billy Lamont: Sweet Thang - Jimi Hendrix
15. King Curtis: Instant Groove - Jimi Hendrix

CD 2
01. Fire (previously unreleased alternate recording)
02. Are You Experienced? (previously unreleased recording)
03. May This Be Love (previously unreleased alternate recording)
04. Can You See Me (previously unreleased alternate recording)
05. The Wind Cries Mary
06. Love Or Confusion (previously unreleased alternate recording)
07. Little One (previously unreleased recording)
08. Mr. Bad Luck (previously unreleased alternate recording)
09. Cat Talking To Me (previously unreleased alternate recording)
10. Castles Made Of Sand (previously unreleased recording)
11. Tears Of Rage (previously unreleased recording)
12. Hear My Train A Comin (previously unreleased recording)
13. 1983 (A Merman I Shall Turn To Be) (previously unreleased recording)
14. Long Hot Summer Night (previously unreleased recording)
15. My Friend (previously unreleased recording)
16. Angel (previously unreleased recording)
17. Calling All The Devil s Children (previously unreleased alternate recording) - Jimi Hendrix
18. New Rising Sun ( previously unreleased alternate recording) - Jimi Hendrix

CD 3
01. Hear My Freedom (previously unreleased recording)
02. Room Full Of Mirrors (previously unreleased recording)
03. Shame, Shame, Shame (previously unreleased recording)
04. Messenger (previously unreleased recording)
05. Hound Dog Blues(previously unreleased recording)
06. Untitled Basic Track (previously unreleased recording)
07. Star Spangled Banner [LIVE] (previously unreleased original mix)
08. Purple Haze [LIVE] (previously unreleased original mix)
09. Young/Hendrix (previously unreleased alternate recording)
10. Mastermind (previously unreleased recording)
11. Message To Love (previously unreleased alternate recording)
12. Fire [LIVE] (previously unreleased recording)
13. Foxey Lady [LIVE] (previously unreleased recording)

CD 4
01. Stone Free [LIVE] (previously unreleased recording)02. Burning Desire (previously unreleased recording)
03. Lonely Avenue (previously unreleased recording)
04. Everlasting First (previously unreleased alternate recording)
05. Freedom (previously unreleased recording)
06. Peter Gunn/Catastrophe (previously unreleased alternate recording)
07. In From The Storm (previously unreleased alternate recording)
08. All God s Children (previously unreleased recording)
09. Red House [LIVE] (previously unreleased recording)
10. Play That Riff (previously unreleased recording)
11. Bolero (previously unreleased recording)
12. Hey Baby (New Rising Sun) (previously unreleased alternate recording)
13. Suddenly November Morning (previously unreleased recording)

+@320 REEL 1/2
+@320 REEL 2/2

sexta-feira, 15 de agosto de 2014

Stomu Yamashta - Go - Europe 1976

Stomu Yamashta - Go - Europe - 1976

A relic from the prog-rock years, Stomu Yamashta’s Go was quite a superstar band of its time in 1976. It had Steve Winwood, dragged out from hibernation following the collapse of Traffic, Michael Shrieve, Al DiMeola the hot guitarist from Chick Corea’s Return To Forever and the German electronic musician Klaus Schulze [Tangerine Dream, Ash Ra Temple]. How on earth they all gathered to report to work under Japanese jazz-rocker Stomu Yamashta is probably buried under a mountain of mouldy UK music weeklies.

This concert, said to be recorded on May 29, 1976 at London’s Royal Albert Hall, was probably the first public performance of Go. Nobody is certain whether this date or venue is correct. This recording appeared in the late '80s/early '90s on a bootleg label Kiss Deluxe. They claimed the year as 1976 in Europe. Hardly helpful but the sound quality is exceptional and from the stereo soundboard.

01 Ghost Machine
02 Surf Spin
03 Time Is Here
04 Winner-Loser
05 Solitude - Nature - Crossing The Line
06 Man of Leo

Stomu Yamashta - Percussion & Synthesizer
Steve Winwood - Vocal, Keyboads
Al Di Meola, Pat Thrall - Guitar
Klaus Schulze - "space machine"
Michael Shrieve - Drums
Jerome Rimson - Bass
Brother James - Congas
Karen Freedman - Backing Vocals


quarta-feira, 13 de agosto de 2014

Speedy Keen - You Know What I Mean (re-post)

Speedy Keen - You Know What I Mean - 1975

Ever heard of them eh? Well, Speedy Keen was not really a band but the stage name of one John Keen former lead vocalist of Thunderclap Newman. The Thunderclap's originally put together by The Who's Pete Townsend had one major hit with 'Something In The Air', a song that if you've been within earshot of a radio in the last thirty eight years, you must have heard at least once. An obligatory two month tour of the UK followed, but the band fell apart, understandably not able to match the success of the brilliant and timeless single. Following the split guitarist Jimmy McCulloch went on to Wings and keyboardist Andy Newman released an outstanding progressive album 'Rainbow' in 1971 disappearing soon after never to be heard from again. Not to be left out in the cold, Keen released his first solo album 'Previous Convictions' in 1973 to lukewarm reviews. Following up with 'Y'Know Wot I Mean' found Speedy supported by most of Back Street Crawler and an album that was originally written as a double LP, but eventually was whittled down on the advisement of Island Records.

01 Crazy Love
02 Almost Eighteen
03 Nightmare
04 Fighting In The Streets
05 Bad Boys
06 I Promise You
07 Someone To Love
08 My Love
09 The Profit Of Ecology

John "Speedy" Keen - Vocals, Acoustic & Electric Guitar, Drums, Piano, Organ, Mellotron
Butch Sanford - Lead Guitar
Terry Wilson - Bass
Tony Braunagel - Drums
Emanuel Rentzos, John Bundrick - Keyboards
Liza Strike - Backing Vocals
Peter Vanderpuije, George Lee, Eddie Quansah - Horns


sábado, 9 de agosto de 2014

Rudy Romero - To The World

Rudy Romero - To The World - 1973

from BadCatRecordings
What little attention this album seems to get stems from George Harrison's supposed appearance on four of tracks (the performance credits don't list Harrison).  If true, that's not a bad claim to fame, but the album actually has much more going for it.

Rudy Romeo's initial claim to fame came as a member of San Diego's The Hardtimes.  When that band and a one-shot follow-up (NB The your unique album you find HERE) The New Phoenix called it quits Romero struck out in pursuit of a solo career and in the early 1970s was signed to the Colorado-based Tumbleweed imprint.  Produced by former Hardtimes singer Lee Keifer, 1973's "To the World" found Romero working with an impressive list of musicians.  In addition to the supposed Harrison appearance, the line up included Clear Light keyboardist Ralph Schuckett, Things To Come bassist Bryan Garofalo, and former Undertakers drummer Warren Pemerton.  To my ears Romero had a highly commercial voice that was well suited to the pop and softer rock materials he wrote.  In fact most of the ten Romero-penned tracks had at least some degree of commercial potential, with 'If I Had the Time' and '' being two of the two highlights.  So back to Harrison for a moment: if you believe the story he played on four tracks -  ‘Lovely Lady,' ‘Nothin' Gonna Get You Down,' ‘Doing The Right Thing,' and ‘If I Had Time'.  To be honest about it, I've got my doubts, due in part to the fact Harrison's mid-1970s playing style with a heavy emphasis on slide guitar was very unique and easy to spot.  With the exception of the title track, none of the guitar work on the collection reminded me of that style.  Who knows ...  In an interview with Patrick 'The Lama' Lundborg, fellow Tumbleweed artist Robb Kunkle was clear in saying Harrison played on the album.  

01.Simple Thing
02.To The World
03.Anyway We Can
04.Lovely Lady
05.If I Find The Time
06.Notihing Gonna Get You Down
07.Level Out
08.You Used to Be So Light
09.Love Comes (When It Wants to Anyway)
10.Doing The Right Thing

Rudy Romero - Guitar, Guitar (Rhythm), Vocals
John Ussery - Guitar
Bryan Garofalo - Bass
Warren "Bugs" Pemberton - Drums
Peggy Sanding, Ralph Schuckett - Keyboards
Lee Kiefer - Percussion, Vocals (Background)
James M. McGee, William Hinshaw, Arthur Maebe - French Horn
Dalton Smith, Ollie Mitchell - Trumpet
William Hurasch, Sid Sharp, Ralph Schaeffer - Violin
Harold Diner, Robert Knight - Trombone
Venetta Fields, Clydie King - Vocals (Background)
Joey Deaguero - Vibraphone, Vocals (Background)
Jesse Ehrlich -  Cello


sexta-feira, 8 de agosto de 2014

John "Speedy" Keen - Previous Conviction (re-re-post)

John "Speedy" Keen - Previous Conviction - 1973

John Keen was young Pete Townshend’s flat mate and chauffeur, but he was a musician and songwriter in his own right; in fact, Keen wrote “Armenia City in the Sky” from The Who Sell Out.  In 1969 Pete and manager Kit Lambert paired Speedy up with Andy Newman and Jimmy McCulloch in the ready-made band Thunderclap Newman, which was intended as a showcase for the three musicians.

They recorded an album at Pete’s legendary home studio, and the Keen-penned single “Something in the Air” went on to hit number one in nine different countries.  Not too shabby.

After Thunderclap Newman, Keen recorded two solo albums (this was his first) and then went to work in the studio both as a studio musician and producer.

01 - Old Fashioned Girl
02 - Keep Your Head Down
03 - Let Us In
04 - Somethin' Else
05 - The Flying Wino
06 - Don't You Know He's Coming
07 - Positively 4th Street
08 - Forever After
09 - That's The Way It Is
10 - Keep On The Grass
11 - Aires Lady
12 - Lesliana

Read More HERE

+@ 224 LP Rip

quinta-feira, 7 de agosto de 2014

Humble Pie - The Atlanta Years (re-re-post)

Humble Pie - The Atlanta Years - 2006
review from classicrockmusicblog
Humble Pie’s The Atlanta Years could just as well be called Steve Marriott, The Atlanta Years, as he is the driving force behind these recordings. The singer/songwriter/guitarist had relocated to the Peach State in the 1980s and re-formed Humble Pie once again after the lineup (Marriott, guitarist Bobby Tench, bassist Anthony Jones and drummer Jerry Shirley) from an earlier re-formed Pie called it quits in 1981.

That said, The Atlanta Years is worth investigating. Nine studio cuts are appended with seven live performances from Marriott’s Atlanta days. The studio sides find Marriott still capable of delivering the bluesy rock that he built his name on. His voice is still full of raspy splendor on  “Heartbreaker,” a funky organ-driven R&B shuffle, and laced with whiskey on “Ain’t You Glad (New York Can’t Talk).” The Cockney swagger of “Poor Man’s Rich Man” is classic Marriott, and a bridge between his time with the Small Faces and Humble Pie. The songs have a work-in-progress feel, but are still developed enough to stand on their own. The live cuts are sweaty slices of Marriott in his element. Listen as he takes the crowd through the 15-minute assault of “I Don’t Need No Doctor” or the cranky “Hallelujah I Love Her So,” full of tight guitar licks and double entendres.

Though Marriott lived the rock star life, he was virtually destitute for years. A very personal interview with ex-wife Pam Stephens reveals the couple’s daily struggles of just having enough to eat, all the while being holed up in a Southern mansion. Marriott was a challenging but engaging personality, enough so to keep fans and hangers-on coming back for more until the larger-than-life musician’s life was cut down by a house fire in 1991. Just as talk of a reunion with original Humble Pie mate Peter Frampton was surfacing, Marriott was taken away. In Atlanta, Marriott sang “Trouble You Can’t Fool Me,” and he was singing from experience.

CD 01 - Chattanooga Tennessee 1982 (In the studio)

01. Heartbreaker
02. Ain't You Glad (New York Can't Talk)
03. Sweet Nuthins
04. Trouble You Can't Fool Me
05. Poor Mans Rich Man
06. Middle Age Anxiety
07. Lonely No More
08. I Need a Love
09. Happy Birthday, Birthday Girl
10. John Hellier interviews Steve's ex wife, Pam Stephens

CD 02 - Annie’s Club Cincinatti Ohio 1983 (Live in concert)

01. Whatcha Gonna do About It
02. Fool For a Pretty Face
03. Hallelujah, I Love Her So
04. Five Long Years
05. A Rude Little Ditty / Drums Solo / 30 Days In The Hole
06. I Don't Need No Doctor
07. Big Train Stops At Memphis /  Walking The Dog

N.B - Reforçando: Embora o título possa supor tratar-se de uma coletânea do Humble Pie, esse disco é na verdade um álbum de Steve Marriott lançado pela wappingwharf, com material inédito em estúdio e um show completo.  A qualidade do áudio do disco ao vivo assemelha-se à de um excelente soundboard. 


domingo, 3 de agosto de 2014

The Who - Live

The Who - Live - 2011

E lá vamos nós para mais um post onde voce pode comprar no ITUNES     pelos usuais $ 9.99. Dessa vez, o alvo do engodo e da total falta de informação é o The Who. Com um disco simplesmente intitulado "Live" e tendo como capa uma foto de sua magistral apresentação no Rolling Stones Rock 'n' Circus, as melhores e piores lojas do ramo não trazem nenhuma - absolutamente nenhuma - informação.

Nos fóruns de discussões (aonde o Professor Wikipédia é Mestre) só tem achismos. Falam basicamente em 3 "hipóteses":

1) Que seja uma versão "acelerada" do famoso bootleg "Live in Amsterdã" (o melhor boot do Who, sem nenhuma dúvida)
2) De que se trata simplesmente de uma gravação de um show transmitido por rádio e que caiu em domínio público.
3) Que é só mais uma forma de se faturar um extrinha, embora, saliento, não há nenhuma menção ao disco no site oficial da banda. Acredito que foi lançado  à revelia de quem detêm os direitos sobre as músicas da banda.

Na minha opinião, o achismo mais correto é de que se trata de uma transmissão de rádio mesmo, na fase imediatamente ao lançamento de Tommy e por que?

1) Porque a voz de Daltrey ainda está "jovem", antes do amadurecimento apresentado principalmente no "Live at Leeds" e que "Yong Man Blues" (se é que são da mesma apresentação) é bem diferente daquela que se tornou clássica.
2) Algumas letras de "Tommy" são ligeiramente diferentes das que mais tarde passaram a integrar todos os seus shows por anos. 
3) A guitarra de Townshend está diferente, com menos pedais e mais domesticada, como se estivessem tocando em um ambiente sem tantos recursos. Além disso, tem-se a impressão que na bateria faltam microfones.

E o show, como tudo indica, está incompleto (não sei quanto) porque no set-list final, anunciam "Substitute", "Happy Jack" e "I'm a Boy", mas só 2 estão disponíveis. Mas, numa época em que as pessoas se contentam em comprar somente 1 ou 2 faixas de um disco, quem vai reclamar que esteja faltando alguma? Esse é a lógica que o padrão itunes enfiou por goela abaixo de todas as lojas virtuais e a todas as bandas, novas, velhas e as que ainda surgirão.

Agora as coisas boas.

1) Trata-se de The Who.
2) Trata-se de The Who ao vivo, executando cada faixa no talo, sem mimimis e historinhas antes de cada música.
3) A qualidade da "gravação" não é ruim (sabe-se lá graças a quantos audiotune)
4) É de graça! E para quem chora que 20 pilas é muita grana, aqui se tem boa oportunidade de economizar uns trocados. Sobretudo com algo que só figura na lista de prioridades de aficionados.

01. Overture
02. It's a Boy
03. 1921
04. Amazing Journey
05. Sparks
06. Tommy Can You Hear Me\
07. Christmas - The Acid Queen
08. Pinball Wizard
09. Do You Think It's Alright\
10. Fiddle About
11. Tommy, Can You Hear Me\
12. There's a Doctor
13. Go to the Mirror - Smash the Mirror
14. I'm Free
15. Tommy's Holiday Camp
16. We're Not Gonna Take It - See Me, Feel Me
17. Young Man Blues
18. Substitute
19. Happy Jack


sexta-feira, 1 de agosto de 2014

Mike Dennis - Songs from the Days of Thunderfoot

Mike Dennis - Songs from the Days of Thunderfoot - 2012

Mike Dennis "Songs from the Days of Thunderfoot" eu encontrei no CD BABY e, como é quase regra para os novos artistas, nada, absolutamente nada sobre de quem se trata (a não ser que é norte-americano). Mas, como sei que para a grande maioria isso também não quer dizer nada, eu vou postando assim mesmo. As 7 faixas do CD navegam pelo Rock, Pop Rock, Folk e um pouquinho pelo Southern. O que me chamou a atenção pelo disco é a versão para "Get Yourself Together" clássico de Marriot & Lane. Mas há outros excelentes momentos, como "Lonely Man", devidamente colocado na amostra grátis, e "A Song For You", de Gram Parsons. Quem toca, autorias. etc, pode ser conseguida vendo as imagens da contra-capa, que vêm junto no download.

01. Pass the Bottle
02. Angel Eyes
03. Lonely Man
04. A Song For You
05. Get Yourself Together
06. Never Say Goodnight (feat. Kevin Fowler)
07. Sweet Marie (feat. Kevin Fowler)