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June 15, 1976
℗ 1976 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
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Island Of Life
April 4, 2014
℗ 1976 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
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Take No Prisoners
Take No Prisoners is the fourth studio album by American southern rock band Molly Hatchet, released in 1981. This is the second and last studio album released with lead singer Jimmy Farrar and the last one with original bass player Banner Thomas and the last to feature drummer Bruce Crump until ’’The Deed is Done’’. "Respect Me in the Morning" is a duet between Farrar and Joyce "Baby Jean" Kennedy of Mother's Finest. The album is also notable because actress Katey Sagal appears as a backup singer.
Danny Joe Brown And The Danny Joe Brown Band
Danny Joe Brown
Danny Joe Brown and the Danny Joe Brown Band is the first and only studio album by American southern rock band The Danny Joe Brown Band, released in 1981.
Rock & Roll Outlaws
Rock and Roll Outlaws is the fourth album by Foghat, released in October 1974. The album cover shows a picture of the band near a Learjet in the Mojave Desert. Though the airplane displayed the band's logo, it did not belong to them; instead, the band simply borrowed it and stuck on the logo.
Jump On It
Jump on It is the fourth album by the California-based hard rock band Montrose.
It is the second Montrose album to feature singer Bob James and keyboardist Jim Alcivar, and features bassist Randy Jo Hobbs on three songs. The remainder of the bass parts were supplied by Jim Alcivar via the keyboard and there was no bassist on the Jump on It tour. Jack Douglas produced the album.
Jump on It was the band's third highest-charting release, reaching No. 118 on the Billboard 200 in October 1976.
The Johnny Van Zant Collection
Johnny Van Zant
Call Of The Wild
Ted Nugent & The Amboy Dukes
Call of the Wild is the sixth album by Ted Nugent and The Amboy Dukes. Recorded in the summer of 1973, it is the first of two albums released on Frank Zappa's DiscReet label. It was later re-issued in 1977 by Warner Bros as part of "Two Originals of... Ted Nugent".
Nugent's new, solid rhythm section includes Rob Grange on bass and Vic Mastrianni on drums, adding a hard-driving rock beat to Nugent's music. The compositions, developed and gradually improved on stage since 1972, are now being sharpened and extended during months of intense touring, in the US and also in Canada. While Nugent's playing technique is gaining maturity, he also finds new inspiration and energy in a more outdoor-oriented life, hence an album title inspired by novelist Jack London. Most of the second side consists of instrumental and self-speaking music. In addition to the rhythm section, Andy Jezowski performs most vocal parts on the record, and Gabriel Magno adds some inventive keyboards and even a flute.
On stage, Nugent is in charge of vocals, but Jezowski comes in as a part-time vocalist along the year.
Rick Medlocke & Blackfoot
Vertical Smiles is the seventh studio album by Southern rock band Blackfoot.
It is the second and last album to feature former Uriah Heep keyboardist Ken Hensley and the first without guitarist Charlie Hargrett who left during the recording of the album over disagreements with the rest of the band and management.
Siogo is the sixth album by the American Southern rock band Blackfoot, released in 1983. It is the first of two albums featuring former Uriah Heep keyboardist Ken Hensley.
Although the band told their record company that "Siogo" was an Indian word for "closeness" or "togetherness", it is actually an acronym for "Suck It Or Get Out". According to guitarist Charlie Hargrett, it was coined by the band's road crew and put up as a sign in the front lounge of their tour bus during previous tours.
"Heart's Grown Cold" is a cover and originally appeared on the 1980 Nazareth album Malice In Wonderland.
Marauder is the fifth studio album of Southern rock band Blackfoot, released in 1981.
The album continued in the same vein as their previous successes, Strikes and Tomcattin'. Opening up with the heavy "Good Morning", and including the ballad "Diary of a Workingman", Marauder also sported the hit "Fly Away", which reached No. 42, and another Shorty Medlocke appearance on the "Rattlesnake Rock n' Roller", this time with a spoken introduction and banjo solo. Marauder was the last of their albums that were purely hard, driving, rock - they unsuccessfully introduced synthesizers to their sound through the 1980s, and their popularity waned. Eduardo Rivadavia describes Marauder as "...one of the band's best hard rockers to date", and "the last great Blackfoot album".
The band officially broke up amid declining fortunes in the mid-80's, though Medlocke resumed recording under the name Blackfoot a few years later. He is now, again, a member of Lynyrd Skynyrd.
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Tomcattin' is the fourth studio album of Southern rock band Blackfoot, released in 1980. The album features Shorty Medlocke on "Fox Chase", grandfather of Rickey Medlocke. While the album did not spawn any hit singles, it was enough to keep the band's devoted fan base loyal and strong, it remains a popular staple in Blackfoot's catalogue.
Strikes is the third studio album by the American Southern rock band Blackfoot, released in April 1979. The album has received a platinum certification from the RIAA in April 1986. The album features two minor pop hits: "Highway Song" and "Train, Train".
"Train, Train" was covered by country music legend Dolly Parton on her 1999 album The Grass Is Blue which won the 2001 Grammy Award for Best Bluegrass Album. Warrant covered the song on their 1990 album Cherry Pie. The song has appeared in the 2011 film Straw Dogs.
Train Train: Southern Rock's Best - Live
Highway Song Live
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