A British blues-rock band whose album is now an ultra-rarity. There's also been a limited edition (300 copies) release of live material, Diamonds In The Dirt, by the band. Produced by Geoff Gill, the Red Dirt album mostly comprises heavy blues-rock tracks, which are unlikely to have much appeal beyond fans of this genre. The only variation to this format comes with the opening cut Memories, the melodic Song For Pauline, the country-influenced Death Of A Dream and the final cut I've Been Down So Long, but unless you're heavily into blues-rock don't spend a small fortune on this album. Ken Giles, bass, Steve Howden, guitar, lead vocals, bass, Steve Jackson, drums and Dave Richardson, steel guitar, piano, harmonica, vocals.
01 - Memories 02 - Death Letter 03 - Problems 04 - Song For Pauline 05 - Ten Seconds to go 06 - In the morning 07 - Maybe I'm right 08 - Summer Madness laced with newbald gold 09 - Death of a dream 10 - Gimme a shot 11 - Brain worker 12 - I've been down so long 13 - Mixed blessing 14 - Wilting tree 15 - Three fair maidens 16 - Back alley Sally