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Thirds is the third studio album by the American rock band, James Gang. The album was released in mid 1971, on the label ABC Records. It is the last studio album featuring Joe Walsh. "Walk Away" was released as a single, making the Top 40 on at least one national chart, reaching #51 on the Billboard Hot 100, the best placement of a James Gang single. The album reached Gold status in July 1972.
On the liner notes to the LP version of this 1971 album, Joe Walsh is credited with "guitar, vocals, and train wreck", the latter for his work on the song "Walk Away" as a wry commentary on the multi-tracked, cascading lead guitars that clash as the song fades out.
The Walsh period of the band came to a close with the release of the live album James Gang Live in Concert.
Foghat (aka Rock & Roll)
Steve Miller Band
Rock Love is the sixth studio album by American rock band The Steve Miller Band. The album was released in September 1971, by Capitol Records. All of Miller's previous backing band had left following the recording of the previous album, save bassist Bobby Winkelman. They were replaced by members of Winkelman's previous group, the psychedelic rock band Frumious Bandersnatch for this record, including Ross Valory on bass, and Jack King on drums. Bobby Winkelman was in the band during the live recordings on the album's first side, but is not credited on the album cover. David Denny, who later joined the band in 1976, is a guest guitarist on "Blues Without Blame".
The album consists of three blues-rock tracks recorded live, including lengthy jam-style "Love Shock" which lasts nearly 12 minutes and includes an extensive drum solo, and four studio tracks. The first song starts with the words "I'm going to play you some blues 'cos I know you like that", but some critics disagreed, criticising the album's songs as "generic white-boy blueisms". Unlike Miller's previous five albums, this album was a commercial failure.
Derringer (Bonus Track)
Spitfire is the third album by the rock band Jefferson Starship. Released in 1976, a year after the chart-topping Red Octopus, it quickly scaled the charts, peaking for six consecutive weeks at #3 in Billboard and attaining a RIAA platinum certification. The album features writing contributions from members of singer Marty Balin's former band Bodacious DF, as well as Jesse Barish, who became one of Balin's frequent collaborators. Stereo and quadraphonic mixes of the album were released. "Song to the Sun" was included in the 1977 Laserock program.
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.
Best Of Bachman-Turner Overdrive
Bachman–Turner Overdrive is the self-titled debut album by Canadian rock band Bachman–Turner Overdrive, released in 1973. It was originally to be titled Brave Belt III, as Brave Belt was the name of the group before they became Bachman–Turner Overdrive.
Although this album did not produce a true hit single, it was certified "Gold" by the RIAA in 1974, largely pulled up by strong sales of BTO's two subsequent albums.
In later years, this first album was often referred to as "BTO 1" to distinguish it from the band's follow-up second album.
Live In San Francisco, March 24, 1975
Official Bootleg: Box Set Vol. 1
Burnin' Sky (Deluxe)
Burnin' Sky is the fourth studio album by the English rock band Bad Company. It was released on March 3, 1977. Burnin' Sky was recorded in France at Château d'Hérouville in July and August 1976 with future The Rolling Stones engineer Chris Kimsey but its release was delayed until March 1977 as to not compete with the band's then-current album Run with the Pack.
The album peaked at No. 15 on the Billboard 200 and No. 17 in the UK Albums Chart. The album was remastered and re-released in 1994. The cover is similar to the poster for the 1969 Sam Peckinpah film The Wild Bunch. In the 2000 movie Almost Famous, the fictitious band Stillwater's first T-shirt is strikingly similar to the Burnin' Sky album cover.
Anthology - Live & Rare
Paper Money (Deluxe Edition)
Real To Reel (Remastered)
Climax Blues Band
From the Vaults
Atlanta Rhythm Section
For Ladies Only
For Ladies Only is the sixth studio album by Canadian-American rock band Steppenwolf. The album was released in November 1971, by Dunhill Records. It is a political concept album mainly about feminism but with several more conventional songs about romance as well, both unusual themes for Steppenwolf. Some critics saw the album as sexist, citing the lyrics of the songs and a photo of a car shaped like a penis alongside the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the gatefold. The album saw the band hinting toward the progressive rock movement that was popular at the time with more complex arrangements and sophisticated keyboard playing, particularly on the title track. Like their previous album, it was accompanied by two minor hit singles which fell just short of the Top 40.
Lead guitarist Kent Henry from Blues Image, replaced Larry Byrom prior to recording this album. The album was Steppenwolf's last of new material released prior to the band's initial breakup in February 1972.
Legendary FM Broadcasts - Reseda Country Club, Reseda CA 15th December 1981
Blue Oyster Cult
Back Thar N' Over Yonder (Deluxe Version)
Black Oak Arkansas
Live in New York 1973
The Doobie Brothers
Rock Goes to College
Bob Seger & The Last Heard
Live Stinks - Oakland Coliseum Arena, CA 22nd March 1980 - Remastered
The J. Geils Band
A Night On The Town
Naked II (Original Recording Remastered)
Rhythm And Joy: 1980 Reunion Concert
Ozark Mountain Daredevils
The Legendary Mahogany Rush
Alive In America
Cricklewood Green (2017 Remaster)
Ten Years After
Legendary FM Broadcasts - Capitol Theatre, Cardiff 4th November 1975
FM Broadcast Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, KY 26th August 1995 Remastered
It's a Jungle
Three Dog Night
His Fleetwood Mac Years and Beyond Two
Bob Welch: His Fleetwood Mac Years & Beyond Vol. 2 was an album of re-recordings of songs by former Fleetwood Mac guitarist turned solo artist Bob Welch, released in 2006 as a follow-up to the 2003 album His Fleetwood Mac Years & Beyond. This album contained six brand new songs in addition to re-recordings of two of Welch's earlier solo tracks, three Fleetwood Mac tracks from before and after Welch's tenure in the group. There were also re-recordings of three songs Welch had recorded while in the group albeit two of them only appeared on the digital edition.
The Yardbirds - Best Of The Early Years
Live at the Omni, Atlanta, Georgia. Dec. 31, 1980 - Remastered
Rossington Collins Band
This Is The Way
Rossington Collins Band
Snortin' Whiskey at the Warfield (Live)
Headin' Home is the sixth solo album by one-time Spooky Tooth keyboard player Gary Wright released in 1979.
Live in Louisville
John Kay & Steppenwolf
Witness is an album released by Spooky Tooth in 1973. For this album, original drummer Mike Kellie returned and substantially replaced Bryson Graham. Gary Wright remained the dominant songwriter at this stage of the band's history. Co-lead singer Mike Harrison left the band following the release of the album. The album was remastered and re-released on compact disc in January 2005 by Repertoire Records.
Marriage On The Rocks / Rock Bottom
The Amboy Dukes
Marriage on the Rocks/Rock Bottom is the fourth album by The Amboy Dukes, released in 1970. It is the first of two albums released on the Polydor label. It peaked at #191. There were no accompanying singles released by the record company. There was no "designated" lead vocalist for this album as with all the previous Dukes albums. Keyboardist Solomon contributed most of the vocals. The original album contained a lyric sheet. The re-release on Polydor PD-1-6073 did not.
Made In Germany
Live (Expanded Edition)
Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush
Drive On (Expanded Edition)
Mott The Hoople
Drive On is a 1975 album by British band Mott. It was released on the CBS label in the UK and the Columbia label in the United States. A remastered version was released in CD format in 2006 by Wounded Bird Records in US. It's the first album without the lead singer Ian Hunter, and includes two new members: Ray Major and Nigel Benjamin.
The album features the singles "Monte Carlo / Shout It All Out" and "By Tonight / I Can Show You How It Is".
Jumpin' The Gunne
Jo Jo Gunne
The Bloodrock Reunion Concert
Live in the Uk 1976
Marshall Tucker Band
Willie Remembers is the fifth album of the group Rare Earth. This is the band's first attempt at producing their own original work for a whole album, instead of utilizing some cover versions and a hired producer. As a result, it did not fare as well as their past albums. "Good Time Sally" was a #67 hit.
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