Wings was a folk rock band from the late sixties (not to be confused with the band Wings later formed by Paul McCartney). The band members were veterans from an assortment of other sixties bands. Initially, the band was made up of Oz Bach of Spanky and Our Gang on bass, Pam Robins of Serendipity Singers sang, and on guitar Eddie Simon, younger brother of Paul Simon of Simon & Garfunkel. Before their first and only album was recorded, Eddie Simon was replaced with Jim Mason who co-wrote the Peter, Paul and Mary song "I Dig Rock and Roll Music". Also playing in the band was keyboardist Steve Knight, who later joined Mountain, Jefferson Airplane drummer Jerry Peloquin, and guitarist Jack McNichol.
01 - Changes (Keep Coming About) 02 - Different Kind Of Woman 03 - First Time Is The Last 04 - General Bringdown 05 - Give Me Your Love 06 - Pretty Little Girl 07 - See Someone Hangin' 08 - Shrinking Violet 09 - Takin' It Lazy (Takin' It Easy Lazy Afternoon) 10 - That's Not Real 11 - What Do I Know
The Misunderstood were a psychedelic rock band originating from Riverside, California in the mid-1960s.The band moved to London early in their career, and although they recorded only a handful of songs before being forced to disband,they are considered highly influential in the then-emerging genre. Creem magazine, in a September 2004 review, write,"The saga of the Misunderstood is one of the most unbelievable, heartbreaking, and unlikely stories in the entire history of rock."
01 - Children Of The Sun' 02 - My Mind 03 - Who Do You Love 04 - I Unseen 05 - Find A Hidden Door' 06 - I Can Take You To The Sun 07 - I'm Not Talking 08 - Who's Been Talking 09 - I Need Your Love 10 - You Don't Have To Go Out 11 - I Cried My Eyes Out 12 - Like I Do 13 - You've Got Me Crying Over Love
High Tide was a band formed in 1969 by Tony Hill (guitar, keyboards, and vocals), Simon House (violin and keyboards), Pete Pavli (bass) and Roger Hadden (drums). The trademark of their first album Sea Shanties was the constant battle between the electric guitar of Tony Hill and the electric violin of Simon House. There is hardly a quiet moment on Sea Shanties, the heaviest tracks being "Futilist's Lament" and the instrumental "Death Warmed Up". Stylistically it is a mix of hard rock, psychedelic, blues, folk, and jazz-rock, and is sometimes even cited as the first progressive metal album.
01 - Futilist`s Lament 02 - Death Warmed Up 03 - Pushed, But Not Forgotten 04 - Walking Down Their Outlook 05 - Missing Out 06 - Nowhere
Tommy Roe, born Thomas David Roe, 9 May 1942, Atlanta, Georgia,is an American pop music singer-songwriter. Best-remembered for his hits "Sheila" (1962) and "Dizzy" (1969), critic Bill Dahl wrote that Roe was "widely perceived as one of the archetypal bubblegum artists of the late 1960s, but Roe cut some pretty decent rockers along the way, especially early in his career."
01 - Everybody 02 - Katy Did 03 - Sensations 04 - Standin' Watch 05 - You're My Happiness 06 - Janie 07 - Kiss And Run 08 - Gonna Take A Chance 09 - Little Tomboy 10 - Why Do You Make Me Cry 11 - Almost Grown 12 - I Got A Girl 13 - That'll Be The Day 14 - Switchie Witchie Titchie
The Marshall Tucker Band is an American Southern rock band originally from Spartanburg, South Carolina. The band's blend of rock, rhythm and blues, jazz, country, and gospel helped establish the Southern rock genre in the early 1970s. While the band had reached the height of its commercial success by the end of the decade, the band has recorded and performed continuously under various lineups for nearly 40 years.
01 - Reachin' For A Little Bit More 02 - If You Think You're Hurtin' Me (Girl You're Crazy) 03 - Even A Fool Would Let Go 04 - Sea, Dreams & Fairytales 05 - Anyway The Wind Blows Rider 06 - Mr. President 07 - Heartbroke 08 - Unforgiven 09 - Sweet Elaine 10 - Ace High Love
Clean Shirt is a split album by Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson, released on Epic Records in 1991. The two singers' last collaboration, after Waylon and Willie (1978), WWII (1982) and Take It to the Limit (1983), it was released at a time which coincided with both artists' commercial decline. All but the final two songs were written partly by Troy Seals. Clean Shirt was the duo's least successful album, peaking at #28 on the country charts and barely making the Billboard 200 at #193; "If I Can Find a Clean Shirt" was the only charting single, reaching #51.
01 - If I Can Find A Clean Shirt 02 - I Could Write A Book About You 03 - Old Age And Treachery 04 - Two Old Sidewinders 05 - Tryin' To Outrun The Wind 06 - The Good Ol' Nights 07 - Guitars That Won't Stay In Tune 08 - The Makin's Of A Song 09 - Put Me On A Train Back To Texas 10 - Rocks From Rolling Stones
The Noel Redding Band (also known as The Clonakilty Cowboys, after the title of their debut album) were an Irish folk rock supergroup that formed in Clonakilty, County Cork in 1972. Comprising bassist, rhythm guitarist and vocalist Noel Redding (formerly of The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Fat Mattress and Road), lead vocalist and keyboardist Dave Clarke, lead guitarist Eric Bell (formerly of Thin Lizzy and Them) and drummer Les Sampson (formerly of Road), the band released two albums – Clonakilty Cowboys (1975) and Blowin' (1976) – before disbanding in 1976.
01 - There's a Light 02 - Throw Me a Buoy 03 - After All 04 - Roller Coaster Kids 05 - Eight Nights a Week 06 - Clonakilty Cowboys 07 - Snowstorm 08 - Born to His Name 09 - If I Had 10 - Gotta Move Away LINK