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Where Were You (Reprise) - Danny Adler Band - Live! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Mezijora
    Feb 22,  · At the same time there were troubles with Dutch R&B giants THE BINTANGS who recorded an incredible live-album for DYNAMITE at the IJmuiden-Pen Centrale in the spring of for an LP-side. For the other side they made a trip to the Welsh Rockfield Studios where, under the guidance of SEAN TYLA, some powerful tracks were recorded.
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  2. Tojashicage
    Jan 20,  · I wish all reissues were this well-done! Full musician credits for each song, which is nice. No Terry or Billy at all (for the original album) except on "Heart Of The City" (live of course). IIRC that's the same version as the one on Tracks On Wax but with Nick's original live vocal instead of Dave's overdub. Nick and Dave on the three you.
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  3. Yozshuzil
    Sep 30,  · Live at the Half Moon Putney - Alternates (Roogalator) Volume thirty-nine in Danny Adler’s career-spanning Legacy series of download albums takes us back to October , and the live show that spawned his Deluxe Blues Band’s first LP, the sensibly titled Live at the Half Moon.
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  4. Tunris
    UK new wave quartet’s first album from has never been available on CD anywhere in the world. The band’s two vinyl albums reach high prices on eBay and Amazon, reflecting latent demand. The Sound Of Sunbathing contains radio hits Worlds Apart and Take Me To Your Leader. The latter has featured on a number of new wave compilation albums.
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  5. Yocage
    Oct 26,  · And it’s only the beginning. Later in the disc, “Danny’s Guitar Rag” does exactly what you expect it to in a brief instrumental burst from ; a clutch of cuts from 19prove that his chops were just as hot a decade later; and half a dozen tracks from capture the band as it was gearing up, at last, towards a debut LP.
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  6. Gazuru
    Born in Cincinnati, Ohio in , Danny Adler is firmly established among the finest blues guitarists of the rock & roll era, a solidly original stylist whose early exposure to the jazz and R&B scenes of his hometown was quick to explode into a thoroughly individual style. The string of albums he kicked off in the mid-'70s with his band Roogalator, and which continues through to 's multi.
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  7. Zulucage
    DeFrancesco holds his own and is in top form on such selections as "Teach Me Tonight," "Where Were You," "But Not for Me," and "Love Attack." Tracklist I'll Always Love You (George) - Red Top (Hampton-Kynard) - Teach Me Tonight (Cahn-DePaul) - Song for My Mother (DeFrancesco) - Where Were You (DeFrancesco.
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  8. Mumuro
    Show, on BBC Radio One, that a band were looking for a bass player. I phoned the number, went for an audition and got the job. The band was called Smooth Loser and it had two guitarists Chris Gibbons and Danny Adler. Danny was the main songwriter and we played a lot of future Roogalator songs. The singer was Rosko’s brother Jeff Pasternak.
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  9. Akinole
    Jan 25,  · Well, you could reimagine their rebirth as a lurching, lascivious blues band, positing an alternate universe in which it was the Stones and the Pretty Things who were off on the Merseybeat train, while the boys that would be Beatles slaved away in west London pubs, standing in for Alexis Korner, thundering through the Chicago riff book and only.
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