Evanescence is an American rock band founded in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1995 by singer/pianist Amy Lee and guitarist Ben Moody. After recording private albums, the band released their first full-length album, Fallen, on Wind-up Records in 2003. Fallen sold more than 15 million copies worldwide and helped the band win two Grammy Awards. Critics vary in terming Evanescence a rock or metal band, but most
identify them as some form of gothic band.
In The Sadows, is a non official web release, compiled by a fan of the band, and contains demos & rare from 1997, 1998, 2001 and 2002.
01 - Away From Me 02 - Bleed 03 - Anything For You 04 - Forever You 05 - Before the Dawn 06 - Surrender 07 - It Was All a Lie 08 - Breath No More 09 - Exodus 10 - October 11 - Goodnite 12 - My Immortal Acoustic (Bonus Track)
John Dawson "Johnny" Winter III (born 23 February 1944) is an American blues guitarist, singer and producer. A Lone Star Kind Of Day is primarily a revealing look back at the music Winter made in his native Texas before hitting the big time. The disc does, however, include two recent recordings. One is an interesting Cajun-influenced take on "Louie Louie," and the other is "We Go Back Quite Ways," written and recorded especially for this project. The latter finds Winter trading verses with former bandmate I.P. "Ike" Sweat, as they fondly recall their early '60s performances in Texas honky-tonks and roadhouses.
In 2003 Winter was ranked 74th in Rolling Stone magazine list of the "100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time"
01 - Louie, Louie 02 - We Go Back Quite A Ways 03 - Busted In Austin 04 - Ease My Pain 05 - Don't Hide It 06 - You'll Be The Death Of Me 07 - Fallin' In Love 08 - Stay By My Side 09 - A Jack Daniel's Kind Of Day 10 - Shed So Many Tears 11 - Gangster Of Love 12 - Oakie Doakie Stomp 13 - Who Dunnit 14 - Come Back Baby 15 - The Guy You Left Behind 16 - Bad News 17 - Broke And Lonely
The Little River Band are an Australian rock band formed in Melbourne in 1975 and named after a road sign for the Victorian township of Little River, on the way to Geelong. They were the first Australian rock group to enjoy sustained commercial success in the United States. During their career the band have sold more than 25 million records and scored 13 American Top 40 hits.
01 - You're Driving Me Out Of My Mind 02 - We Two 03 - No More Tears 04 - Mr. Socialite 05 - Down On The Border 06 - The Danger Sign 07 - Falling 08 - Sleepless Nights 09 - Easy Money 10 - The Net
A Detroit-area rock & roll band formed in 1969 by guitarist Cub Koda, Brownsville Station's original members also included Mike Lutz (guitar), T.J. Cronley (drums), and Tony Driggins (bass). Initially influenced by Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Jerry Lee Lewis, and other '50s rockers, their early albums included inspired covers and genre-faithful originals, all presented in Marshall stack, double bass drum bigness. Far more effective as a live act (with Koda's on-stage banter influencing everyone from J. Geils' Peter Wolf to Alice Cooper), the group finally hit paydirt in late 1973 with its number three hit, the Koda-penned "Smokin' in the Boys' Room." (AllMusic)
01 - Hot Spit 02 - Sleazy Louise 03 - Lady (Put The Light On Me) 04 - Lover 05 - Mr Johnson Sez 06 - (Throw Me A) Lifetime 07 - Rocker 'n' Rollers 08 - My Friend Jack 09 - Ain't That A Shame 10 - The Martian Boogie
Hawkwind are an English rock band, one of the earliest space rock groups. Their lyrics favour urban and science fiction themes. They are also a noted precursor to punk rock and now are considered a link between the hippie and punk cultures. Formed in November 1969 by singer-songwriter and guitarist Dave Brock, Hawkwind have gone through many incarnations and styles of music. Critic Jim Green describes their trademark sound as characterised by "that gargantuan and impenetrable pre-metal/hardcore drone, those great riffs, that inexorable drive to destinations unknown".
01 - Hurry On Sundown 02 - Paranoia 03 - You Shouldn't Do That 04 - Silver Machine 05 - Urban Guerilla 06 - Space Is Deep 07 - Wind Of Change 08 - The Golden Void