London’s Black Cat Bones were one of those bands from the late '60s that served as an incubator for its various members’ later rock incarnations, in this case the bands Free, Foghat, and Bad Company, all of whom drew members from Black Cat Bones. As an intact band, they only released a single album, Barbed Wire Sandwich, on Decca Records in 1969, and then splintered into the future. The album itself is a collection of rather generic period British blues pieces, a bit reminiscent of Cream in sound, although that doesn’t hinder cuts like “Chauffer” and the best track here, “Please Tell Me Baby,” from taking off into some interesting territory…
Zucchero ‘Sugar’ Fornaciari (aka Adelmo Fornaciari) is one of Italy’s greatest artist. He is back with a new Album, BLACK CAT, on June 10 th . The album can be considered a return to the blues-rock sound and the atmosphere that existed in ORO, INCENSO E BIRRA, the fourth studio Album released by Zucchero that has sold more than eight million copies in Europe becoming one of the best-selling Italian records and one the most important and representative in the history of Italian music worldwide.
The EARLYREADS series contains both original stories and traditional favourites, as well as some cultural readers, graded over five levels for children.
Quality English reading is an important element for improving students' English proficiency. Thus, encouraging students to adopt an English reading habit will surely benefit to their English learning. BLACK CAT ENGLISH READERS is going to be the best choice for quality English reading.