Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection.
This is the live record of the 2 UK's studio albums. The sound is only good. There are 2 new songs: "Night after night" and "As long as you want me here". The more accessible "Night after night" is not very complex, more diluted, so that it is a bit disappointing, although there is a very good organ solo.
Thanks to a pair of Quiet Riot cover versions of early Slade songs, Slade was brought to the attention of a new generation of hard rock fans, who turned around and made their first album in ten years a fair-sized hit…
Lovely is a 1988 studio album by The Primitives. It features the international hit single "Crash", later featured in remix form as 'The 95 mix' on the Dumb and Dumber soundtrack, as well as the UK Top 100 hits "Stop Killing Me," "Thru the Flowers," and "Out of Reach".
Just as the East Coast claims ownership of the best in straight-ahead jazz, pop fusion is often considered indigenous to the West Coast. Who would ever suspect that you could find any of the latter emanating from Iceland? But that's exactly where you find the punchy four-piece unit Mezzoforte. The recording time of this debut was split between Reykjavik and Los Angeles, with West Coast hornmen Ernie Watts, Jerry Hey, and Steve Tavaglione contributing to some of the perkiest original compositions this side of, well, Greenland. Mezzoforte has been playing as a unit since the late '70s, which mightmore… explain the overall tight ensemble work on this upbeat disc.