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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.
American Anthology: Ted Nugent and the Amboy Dukes
Ted Nugent & The Amboy Dukes
Rough Diamonds is the sixth studio album by the English rock band Bad Company. The album was released in August 1982. Rough Diamonds, like its predecessor, Desolation Angels, was recorded at Ridge Farm Studio in Surrey, England in March and April 1982 and engineered by Max Norman.
It was the last album by Bad Company's original line-up and the most recent studio album to feature Paul Rodgers. The sessions were rough going from the beginning. First, their manager, Peter Grant, withdrew from view after the death of Led Zeppelin drummer, John Bonham in 1980. Then, on another occasion, a fistfight broke out between Paul Rodgers and Boz Burrell, the two bandmates restrained by Mick Ralphs and Simon Kirke.
The album's opening track, "Electricland", written by Rodgers, was the album's biggest hit. Rodgers' "Painted Face" also received substantial airplay on rock stations. The album became the original line-up's worst-selling album, reaching a disappointing No. 26 on the Billboard album charts in 1982. The album was remastered and re-released in 1994.
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.
Since the death of Farrar in 2018, guitarist Steve Holland is the only surviving member on the album.
Alive In America
In The Eye Of The Storm
Ain't Life Grand
Black Oak Arkansas
Long Way To The Top
Long Way to the Top is the third release by North Carolina music group, Nantucket. The album is a tribute to AC/DC lead singer Bon Scott, who died in 1980 and features a version of their 1975 classic "It's a Long Way to the Top". This move landed Nantucket a spot with AC/DC on their Back in Black tour for the entire summer. Other popular songs on the album include "Time Bomb", "Rugburn" and "Turn The Radio On". Long Way to the Top was released on compact disc by re-issue label Wounded Bird Records in 2004.
This Is The Way
Rossington Collins Band
Got Any Gum?
Got Any Gum? is the eighth solo studio album by the American singer-songwriter Joe Walsh. It was originally released in October 1987, on the label Warner Brothers in the United States, and Full Moon in the UK, which was the last Walsh album to be released by either of those labels. The album features eight original songs which were written by Walsh with others and by himself, the album also features two covers, including the song "In My Car", which was co-written by Walsh with Ringo Starr, the former drummer for The Beatles. The album also features vocal contributions from J. D. Souther and Survivor's lead vocalist Jimi Jamison.
The album was received negatively by the majority of music critics, while other reviewers noted good points to the album. It was also a commercial disappointment, peaking at #113 on the Billboard 200, which marked the beginning of a downturn in Walsh's fortunes on the album charts, and ultimately led to both Warner Bros. and Full Moon dropping him from their labels. Two singles were issued from Got Any Gum?: "The Radio Song" and "In My Car".
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.
Good Singin' Good Playin'
Grand Funk Railroad
Good Singin' Good Playin' is the eleventh studio album by American rock band Grand Funk Railroad. The album was released on August 2, 1976, by MCA Records.
The band had actually broken up, but after Frank Zappa expressed interest in producing an album for them, they reassembled for one more attempt at success. Recorded in 1976 for MCA Records, this album included a guest performance by Zappa, playing lead guitar on the song "Out to Get You". Although the pairing seemed bizarre, Grand Funk drummer Don Brewer said, "His whole viewpoint on what rock and roll is all about is basically the same as ours.... Keep it as simple as possible and really bring the balls out of this thing." Zappa said, "All I did was, in a documentary way, make a record which tells you exactly what they really sound like. For the first time on record you can hear Grand Funk Railroad ... and they're fantastic, fan-tastic with an F three times taller than you!" Grand Funk decided on the first day of overdubs to split up again, although Zappa stayed until 4 a.m. trying to talk them out of it.
The album wasn't a commercial success, only making it to #52 in the Billboard Top 200.
Rock N' Roll Nights
The Johnny Van Zant Collection
Johnny Van Zant
Freeways is the sixth studio album by Canadian rock band Bachman–Turner Overdrive, released in 1977. It was the last album that Randy Bachman would be a part of with BTO until seven years later when a "reunion" Bachman-Turner Overdrive studio album was made and released in 1984. This is also the last studio album to be made with the band's classic and most successful Not Fragile line up. It was the first BTO studio album to become a commercial failure, featuring the first BTO single that did not chart. Randy Bachman wrote every song besides "Life Still Goes On", while only two of the album's eight songs featured Fred Turner as the lead vocalist.
Many of BTO's core fans did not like the album, as it was not the heavy, guitar driven rock n' roll that BTO was known for. Turner was reportedly so unhappy with this album that he wouldn't allow a straight-on picture of himself to be used on the cover, saying he felt like a "side man." He went so far as to state that Freeways should have been a Randy Bachman solo album.
Sammy Hagar is the self-titled second studio album by American rock vocalist Sammy Hagar, released in January 1977 by Capitol Records. It is also often referred to as The Red Album, as it includes Hagar's first anthem, "Red", which is also the basis for his nickname "The Red Rocker". Future multi-platinum selling producer Scott Mathews was talked into playing a drum solo on "Red" after being told Ringo Starr had played his only drum solo in the very same room on The Beatles' last album, named after the EMI Studios this album was recorded in, Abbey Road.
The distinctive cover image was shot in Stockwell Road, London, SW9 in the midst of the rows of red Pride & Clark auto shops. These red-painted buildings are also seen in the 1966 film Blowup.
Sammy Hagar's 1987 solo album, I Never Said Goodbye, is also sometimes known as Sammy Hagar since early pressings were untitled, pending the results of a contest. Nevertheless, the albums are completely distinct.
Feel The Heat
Henry Paul Band
Live In Japan
Edgar Winter & Rick Derringer
Newborn is the eighth studio album by James Gang, released in 1975, and the only released on Atlantic Records.
Guitarist Tommy Bolin and singer Roy Kenner left the band, and were replaced by guitarist Richard Shack and vocalist Bubba Keith. This album is notable for being perhaps the most boogie-based James Gang release and for featuring a cover of the Elvis Presley classic "Heartbreak Hotel".
Both Newborn and its follow-up Jesse Come Home have been reissued on one CD by Wounded Bird Records.
The album cover artwork features a reproduction of Salvador Dalí's "Geopoliticus Child Watching the Birth of the New Man"
Ridin' High is the third album by the Canadian hard rock band Moxy, released in 1977. The record got good reviews and got the band nominated for a Juno Award in 1977 for Most Promising Group of the Year. The album produced two Texas hit songs "Are You Ready", and "Ridin' High", as for Canada the album was considered too hard/heavy for Canadian radio at the time and consequently only the slowest paced song "Another Time Another Place" received any airplay in the band's home country. The album still sold well in Canada and especially in Southern USA because of strong live appearances that included shows with AC/DC and Trooper.
In the words of Earl Johnson "I remember going in doing radio interviews and Ridin High was the single and they would put it on and all the needles would just go tilt over right into the red and the station engineer would be freaking out. And I'm going, we're not going to get any airplay with this. I just knew it. And you know, we were a concert act",
Special Delivery is the second studio album by southern rock band 38 Special, released in 1978. Neon Park was responsible for the album's artwork.
The J. Geils Band
Sanctuary is the eighth studio album by American rock band The J. Geils Band. The album was released in November 1978, by EMI Records.
A 1998 re-release on the Razor & Tie label added two bonus tracks, taken from the 1982 live album Showtime!.
Gamma 1, released in 1979, is Gamma's debut album. It reached #131 on the Billboard Album charts, totalling seventeen weeks on the survey. "I'm Alive" reached #60 on the Billboard singles charts.
Starz is the debut studio album by the American hard rock band Starz. The album was released in 1976 on Capitol Records and produced by Jack Douglas.
Go For Your Life
Cut Loose is the 1983 debut solo album by Paul Rodgers. Unlike his other work, Paul Rodgers plays all the instruments on this album. It was recorded at his house in Kingstone.
The song "Live In Peace" was re-recorded by his next band The Firm on their second album Mean Business. "Superstar Woman" was originally an unreleased Bad Company song and was re-recorded by Rodgers for this album. The album peaked at #135 on the Billboard's 200 chart.
When All The Pieces Fit
When All the Pieces Fit is the tenth studio release by Peter Frampton and the follow-up to his Premonition album from 1986.
Victims of the Fury
Victims of the Fury is the seventh studio album by the English guitarist and songwriter Robin Trower.This was the last album to feature the classic Trower, Lordan, and Dewar lineup. It was released in 1980, and on CD in 1989.
It was reissued in 1997 as a 2-on-1 CD along with the previous album Caravan to Midnight.Beatles engineer Geoff Emerick was the album's sound engineer.
Victims of the Fury reached #34 on the Billboard 200.
Roll over and Play Live
Roll Over and Play Live is a live album of instrumental rock music by Ronnie Montrose. It was recorded at Magnolia's in Santa Rosa, California in the summer of 1995. It features five original songs: "Feet First", "Cold Film", "Seven Men Riding", "Jungle Boy" and "Greenthing". "Greenthing" adds in a few "Rock Candy" elements from the Montrose album. "Primary Function", "Indigo Spheres", "Largemouth" and "Wish in One Hand" are from the Music From Here album. "Sidewinder" originally appeared on the album The Speed Of Sound.
Blue Oyster Cult
Living In The 20th Century
Steve Miller Band
Living in the 20th Century is the fourteenth studio album by American rock band Steve Miller Band. The album was released in November 1986, by Capitol Records. It includes the hit "I Want to Make the World Turn Around", which spent six consecutive weeks at the top of the Album Rock Tracks chart in the U.S. at the end of 1986.
Atlanta Rhythm Section
Quinella is an album by American southern rock band Atlanta Rhythm Section, released in August 1981.
Angel is the first album by the rock band Angel. "Tower", the keyboard-heavy opening track, was used widely during the late 1970s and early 1980s by album rock radio stations in the USA for various advertising purposes. The track is also on K-SHE radio's Classic List. This album can be seen as representing the band's early progressive roots, with Helluva Band seeing the group starting to move towards an increasingly hard rock-oriented sound. Tracks 6-8 segue to form a 10-minute mini suite.
Lost In a Dream
Lost in a Dream is the fourth studio album by REO Speedwagon, released in 1974. It peaked at number 98 on the Billboard 200 chart in 1975, It was the second album to feature Mike Murphy on vocals. The title track was written by Murphy and future bassist Bruce Hall, who would join the band in 1978. The title track was featured on the compilation A Decade of Rock and Roll: 1970-1980. The album was in print on CD format in 1992 for two months before being quickly deleted.
Live at the Omni, Atlanta, Georgia. Dec. 31, 1980 - Remastered
Rossington Collins Band
Tales Of The Unexpected
Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush
The Official Unofficial Babys Album
Love Your Man
The Rossington Band
Pardon Me While I Groove
Real To Reel (Remastered)
Climax Blues Band
From the Hip
From the Hip is an album by Frank Marino released in 1990, under Par Excellence Music. It was reissued in CD in 1993 by the German label SPV and in 2005 by Just a Minute! Records.
Guitarist Jeff Cloud covered "Babylon Revisited" on the 2005 Secondhand Smoke - A Tribute to Frank Marino album.
Hang On for Your Life (Remastered)
Hang On for Your Life is the second album by the group Shooting Star. The song Flesh And Blood featured a violin solo, an unusual sound in an up-tempo rock song. American AOR radio stations embraced the record; the songs Hang On for Your Life, Hollywood, Breakout, and Are You on My Side along with Flesh and Blood, all received airplay. This was the last Shooting Star album to feature the original lineup, as founding keyboardist Bill Guffey departed the band following its release.
10 Missouri Vinyl Songs
Mahogany Rush IV
Mahogany Rush IV is the fourth studio album by Canadian Rock music band Mahogany Rush, led by Frank Marino. It was released in 1976 on Columbia Records.
Covers of 3 of the songs on Mahogany Rush IV, "The Answer", "It's Begun to Rain", and "Dragonfly", appear on the 2005 Secondhand Smoke - A Tribute to Frank Marino album.
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