terça-feira, 4 de agosto de 2020

Glenn Hughes - Official Bootleg Box Set Volume Three 1995-2010 - 2020



















Glenn Hughes - Official Bootleg Box Set Volume Three 1995-2010 - 2020

This third volume of unreleased live concerts from Glenn’s solo career kicks off with a show from his 1995 tour to support his then latest album “Feel”, plus the previous year’s “From Now On… “, with an (almost) hometown solo appearance at the Wulfrun Hall in Wolverhampton on 17th November 1995 (CD1 & CD2). Spread across two discs, the set kicks off with songs from what were Glenn’s more recent solo offerings, with ‘Big Time’, ‘The Liar’ and ‘Push’, before Trapeze classics ‘Coast To Coast’ and ‘Way Back To The Bone’. It wouldn’t be a Glenn show without featuring Deep Purple Mk3 and Mk4 hits, with ‘This Time Around’, ‘You Keep On Moving’ and ‘Gettin’ Tighter’ from 1975’s “Come Taste The Band”, ‘You Fool No One’ and the title track from 1974’s “Burn” plus the title track from “Stormbringer”.

The following day Glenn made a live appearance at the more intimate LA2 in London, on 18th November 1995 (CD3). Unsurprisingly, much of the set replicates that from Wolverhampton, and no bad thing as Glenn revisits songs from across his long and varied musical journey, from Trapeze to Purple to his solo renaissance in the 1990s.

13 years later saw Glenn performing an exclusive acoustic show at Esquires in Bedford on 3rd May 2008 (CD4), celebrating the 40th anniversary of Deep Purple. As well as the expected Purple classics ‘Mistreated’, ‘This Time Around’ / ‘Owed to “G”‘, ‘Holy Man’, ‘You Keep On Moving’ and ‘Stormbringer’, Glenn also includes a rare airing of his debut solo single ‘I Found A Woman’ from his debut solo LP, “Play Me Out”. Glenn even includes a cover of The Moody Blues’ ‘Nights In White Satin’.

The final two discs feature a show recorded at the Spring & Airbrake, Belfast on 9th October 2010 (CD5 & 6). Kicking off with Hughes – Thrall’s ‘Muscle And Blood’, the solo songs ‘Orion’ from “Soul Mover”, ‘You Kill Me’ from “The Way It Is” and ‘Can’t Stop The Flood’ from “Building The Machine” are included in a show that climaxes with the title track to the “Addiction” album and finally Deep Purple’s “Burn”.

Purple Records have also reissued expanded collections of Glenn’s solo catalogue, including “Play Me Out”, “Feel”, “Addiction”, “The Way It Is”, “Return Of Crystal Karma” and “Building The Machine”. Glenn Hughes also appears on the reissued 3CD set of 1974’s “The Butterfly Ball And The Grasshopper’s Feast” by Roger Glover And Friends, also on Purple Records.

DISC 01 - WULFRUN HALL, WOLVERHAMPTON, UK 17th NOVEMBER 1995: PART 1
01. INTRO
02. BIG TIME
03. THE LIAR
04. MUSCLE AND BLOOD
05. YOU ARE THE MUSIC
06. YOUR LOVE IS ALRIGHT
07. PUSH
08. THIS TIME AROUND
09. COAST TO COAST

DISC 02 - WULFRUN HALL, WOLVERHAMPTON, UK 17th NOVEMBER 1995: PART 2
01. WAY BACK TO THE BONE
02. FIRST STEP OF LOVE
03. YOU FOOL NO ONE
04. YOU KEEP ON MOVING
05. GETTIN’ TIGHTER
06. STORMBRINGER
07. BURN

DISC 03- ASTORIA 2, LONDON, 18th NOVEMBER 1995
01. BIG TIME
02. MUSCLE AND BLOOD
03. YOU ARE THE MUSIC
04. YOUR LOVE IS ALRIGHT
05. PUSH
06. COAST TO COAST
07. WAY BACK TO THE BONE
08. FIRST STEP OF LOVE
09. YOU FOOL NO ONE
10. GETTIN’ TIGHTER
11. STORMBRINGER
12. BURN

DISC 04 - ESQUIRES, BEDFORD, UK, - 3rd MAY 2008
01. COAST TO COAST
02. I FOUND A WOMAN
03. MISTREATED
04. IT’S ABOUT TIME
05. SEAFULL
06. THIS TIME AROUND / OWED TO “G”
07. WILL OUR LOVE END
08. NIGHTS IN WHITE SATIN
09. DON’T LET ME BLEED
10. HOLY MAN
11. YOU KEEP ON MOVING
12. STORMBRINGER

DISC 05 - SPRING & AIRBRAKE, BELFAST, N.I. 9th OCTOBER 2010: PART 1
01. MUSCLE AND BLOOD
02. TOUCH MY LIFE
03. ORION
04. SAIL AWAY
05. MEDUSA
06. YOU KILL ME
07. CAN’T STOP THE FLOOD
08. CRAVE
09. DON’T LET ME BLEED

DISC 06 - SPRING & AIRBRAKE, BELFAST, N.I. 9th OCTOBER 2010: PART 2
01. KEEPIN’ TIME
02. STEPPIN’ ON
03. SOUL MOVER
04. ADDICTION
05. BURN

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Glenn Hughes - Official Bootleg Box Set Volume ONE

sábado, 1 de agosto de 2020

Eamonn McCormack ‎- Kindred Spirits

Eamonn McCormack ‎– Kindred Spirits - 2008

Eamonn was born in the center of Dublin, the capital city of Ireland and was raised on a North side Suburb where he started out on the acoustic guitar at eight years of age. Earliest influences included Slade, Cat Stevens, Neil Young and Rory Gallagher. By twelve he was singing along with his guitar and performing at Church Folk Masses.

Soon, finding the church music somewhat restricting the young teenager acquired his first electric guitar (a Guild Star fire) then progressed to lead guitar and joined a local garage cover band prior to playing his first paid gig. By now influences extending to Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Thin Lizzy and Dutch group Focus.

At sixteen Eamonn performed live on a national Irish radio show. Around this time he also won a major high school competition performing his own material. After a short stint playing in various bands throughout Ireland, Eamonn headed off to the U.S.A. where he performed extensively. There he broadened his musical horizons, gained vital stage experience and absorbed fresh American music and cultural influences. This blended together nicely with his earlier influences.

Returning to Ireland after four years traveling and performing in the States Eamonn was by now developing a very unique sound and style all of his own which solidified whilst Eamonn performed extensively establishing himself across Europe, the hard way, through a grueling tour schedule. But soon his efforts garnered him the reputation, as he and his band became Major European Festival Favorites including the prestige Rockpalast in Germany and Parkpop in Holland (500,000 people).

During this period Eamonn signed with Universe Productions/Virgin Records and SPV records worldwide. Recorded three critically acclaimed studio albums confirming that an exciting young up and coming World Class Guitarist was emerging out of Ireland.

Entering the new Millennium saw the young Irish Guitarist play, tour and record with many of his earliest guitar influences and heroes such as Rory Gallagher, Johnny Winter, Jan Akkerman, Walter Trout, Popa Chubby, Pat Travers, and Nils Lofgren. As well as opening for everyone from Robert Plant to ZZ Top…

01. Rock Me Baby 
02. Barcley Club Blues
03. Stranger On The Run
04. Falsely Accused
05. The Grove
06. Mystica
07. Down And Out
08. Funkytown
09. Ain't Goin' Cheap
10. Watching You
11. Next Time You See Me
12. All I Want To Do Is Rock'n Roll
14. She Done Me Wrong

Eamonn McCormack - Vocals, Guitar (Lead, Slide, Acoustic, Rhythm, Flamenco) & Harmonica
Rory Gallagher - Lead Guitar, Slide Guitar (4)
Jan Akkerman - Guitar Synthesizer, Lead Guitar (6)
Gerald "Sully" O'Sullivan - Bass
Ger Farrell - Drums (3, 4, 6, 8, 9)
Henk Punter - Drums (1, 5, 7, 11, 13, 14)
Paul Cantwell - Drums (4, 5, 12)
Keith Donald - Soprano Saxophone (3)
Herman Brood - Piano (5)
Robert C. Brookes - Blues Harp (9)
Kim Snelten - Blues Harp (11)



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terça-feira, 28 de julho de 2020

Oli Brown - Unreleased


















Oli Brown - Unreleased - 2020


01. Miss Leading
02. Sticks And Stones
03. Coming For You
04. In Over My Head (Acoustic Bonus)


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sábado, 25 de julho de 2020

Peter Green - Man of the World The Anthology (1968-1988)


Peter Green - Man of the World The Anthology (1968-1988) - 2004

It’s difficult to write about Peter Green without accidentally lapsing into past tense, as though the founder of the original Fleetwood Mac were no longer here. He is, of course, very much in the present tense, touring and recording with Peter Green’s Splinter Group after long periods of inactivity in the grips of mental illness. On good nights, he can step up to the plate and show glimpses of the Greenie of old; other nights, bandmate Nigel Watson shoulders the lion’s share of the guitar duties.

This two-CD, 36-track package compiles the best of Green’s tentative steps back into action, with 24 tracks from five solo albums recorded between 1979 and 1982 – In The Skies, Little Dreamer, Blue Guitar, Whatcha Gonna Do , and White Sky – along with 10 live tracks and studio outtakes from Fleetwood Mac’s peak.

When the solo albums were originally released, it was apparent that one of the great voices in blues and rock guitar had lost much of his fire. But, in retrospect, hearing selected tracks from that period, Green holds his own – on cuts like the minor blues “Fool No More,” the funky “Loser Two Times,” and the jungly instrumental “Tribal Dance.” There are rough spots, like “Touch My Spirit” and “Trying To Hit My Head Against The Wall,” where his singing wanders off-key and his once-dynamic solos stumble and ramble. But the Mac tracks (including four from the group’s legendary Boston Tea Party stint of 1970) show the expressiveness Green was capable of at his best – as both guitarist and singer. What set Green apart was his unhurried economy and taste, but he could also turn up the heat. As B.B. King once said of his English disciple, “He makes me sweat.”

CD 1
01. Man of the World [Fleetwood Mac]
02. Long Grey Mare [Fleetwood Mac]
03. Cryin' Won't Bring You Back
04. A Fool No More
05. Trying to Hit My Head Against the Wall
06. Last Train to San Antone
07. Walkin’ the Road
08. Uranus [Brunning Sunflower Blues Band]
09. Whatcha Gonna Do
10. Born on the Wild Side
11. Lost My Love
12. Fast Talking Woman Blues [Fleetwood Mac]
13. Long Way From Home
14. Touch My Spirit
15. Seven Stars
16. Loser Two Times
17. Oh Well (live) [Fleetwood Mac]
18. If You Let Me Love You (live) [Fleetwood Mac]


CD 2
01. Jumpin' at Shadows (live) [Fleetwood Mac]
02. Black Magic Woman (live) [Fleetwood Mac]
03. Big Boy Now
04. You Won't See Me Anymore
05. Got to See Her Tonight
06. Same Old Blues
07. Showbiz Blues [Fleetwood Mac]
08. Ride With Your Daddy Tonight [Brunning Sunflower Blues Band]
09. Tribal Dance
10. Give Me Back My Freedom
11. Bandit
12. Baby When the Sun Goes Down
13. What Am I Doing Here?
14. Shining Star
15. Apostle
16. Stranger Blues
17. Lazy Poker Blues [Fleetwood Mac]
18. The Green Manalishi [Fleetwood Mac]




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