Sun: The Roots Of Rock: Volume 10: Sun Country (LP, Comp, Mono).
From The Setting Su. .1992 Album Network Rock Tune Up 84 (various artists compilation). 1994 A Little On The CD Side Volume 14 (Musician magazine’s new music sampler). 1994 Album Network Rock Tune Up 118 (various artists compilation). 1994 The Capricorn Sampler Volume One (various artists compilation). 1995 Tales From Yesterday (various artists tribute to Yes). 1995 A Little On The CD Side Volume 17 (Musician magazine’s new music sampler). 1996 Crossfire – A Tribute To Stevie Ray (various artists tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan). 1997 The Roots Of Rock: Southern Rock (various artists compilation). 1998 Guitar Battle (various artists compilation). 1998 The Show That Never Ends (various artists compilation). 1999 Legends Of Rock: The Progressive Rockers (various artists compilation). 1999 Tribute to the Titans (various artists compilation).
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Genre of this release: Rock music Folk, World, & Country music. Released at: This album was released on the label Charly Records (catalog number CR 30117). This album was released in 1977 year. Format of the release is. Vinyl, LP.
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I love rock and roll all the way through Rockpile, through T. Rex and the Stooges," McPherson told us. "All those things are fair game to soak up into what we do. After two solid albums packed with alt-country (2009's American Central Dust ) and earthy country (2013's Honky Tonk ), the 10 songs on Notes of Blue are inspired by the blues, but not the standard blues as most of us know it. The unique and haunting tunings of Mississippi Fred McDowell, Skip James and Nick Drake were all points of exploration for frontman Jay Farrar. This latest album by JD Wilkes and his groundbreaking Southern Gothic band, the Legendary Shack Shakers, is truly rockin', truly weird and truly enjoyable. These guys will throw together blues, carnival music, rockabilly and the swampiest swamp rock this side of Paducah, Kentucky, and it will-somehow-suck you in, time and time again.
Stay tuned for the next volume! Tracklist: 00:00 Zardonic - The Future Sound Of Rock Intro 00:32 Zardonic - Against All Odds (Instrumental Mix) 02:56 Black Sun Empire - Bitemark (Zardonic Remix) 05:08 Zardonic - Against All Odds (Rusty K Remix) 06:57 Hive - Neo (Audio Remix) 08:46 Zardonic - Raise Hell (Evol Intent Remix) 09:52.
Volume Rock by VALLEY OF THE SUN, released 29 April 2016 1. Eternal Forever 2. Wants and Needs 3. The Hunt 4. Land of Fools 5. I Breathe the Earth 6. Speaketh the Shaman 7. Beneath the Veil 8. Solstice 9. Empty Visions. Colin M. Valley of the Sun return with an outrageously catchy collection of desert fuzz rock best enjoyed at max volume. Ariane Stoltenberg I love it- rocks as hell!!! Daniel Wojahn. Daniel Wojahn While their first album was a wall of desert sand hitting you right in the face and you standing there like Johnny Depp in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas enjoying his beer, the new album is a tad more relaxed. Kyuss, QOTSA, Brant Bjork's spirited songs which give the whole a fresh and exciting touch!
4. State of Emergency. 6. Destroy the Dancefloor. 7. Rude Boy for Life. 8. Killing Me. 9. Spit Out the Poison. 11. Ease Up. 12. Choices and Decisions.
First 10 entries here span the Clash's polyglot punk, Prince's crossover funkadelica, Afro-bop from Talking Heads and Paul Simon and hymns of innocence and experience by U2 and Tracy Chapman. This has been the first rock & roll decade without revolution, or true revolutionaries, to call its own. The Fifties witnessed nothing less than the birth of the music. The Sixties were rocked by Beatlemania, Motown, Phil Spector, psychedelia and Bob Dylan. The Seventies gave rise to David Bowie, Bruce Springsteen, heavy metal, punk and New Wave
|A1||–Clyde Leoppard Band||Split Personality
Bass – Clyde LeoppardGuitar – Buddy HolobaughVocals, Piano – Joe Baugh*Written-By, Steel Guitar – Stan KeslerWritten-By, Vocals – Bill Taylor
|A2||–Charlie Feathers||Peepin' Eyes
Fiddle – Bill CantrellSteel Guitar – Stan KeslerVocals, Bass – Marcus Van StoryWritten-By, Vocals, Guitar – Feathers*
|A3||–Malcolm Yelvington||Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee
Bass – Jake RylesGuitar – Gordon MashburnPiano – Reece FlemingSteel Guitar – Miles WinnVocals, Guitar – Malcolm YelvingtonWritten-By – McGhee*
|A4||–Howard Seratt||Troublesome Waters
Vocals, Guitar – Howard SerattWritten By – Rippetoe
|A5||–Slim Rhodes Band||I've Never Been So Blue
Bass – Spec RhodesGuitar – Brad SuggsVocals – Dottie MooreWritten-By, Guitar – Slim Rhodes
|A6||–Miller Sisters||Got You On My Mind
Bass – Marcus Van StoryGuitar – Quinton ClaunchPiano – Joe Baugh Steel Guitar – Stan KeslerVocals – Elsie Jo Miller, Mildred WagesWritten By – Miller
|A7||–Miller Sisters||Someday You Will Pay
Fiddle – Bill Cantrell, Baugh*Spoons – Charlie FeathersWritten By – Miller
|A8||–J.R. Brown & J.W. Brown||Drunk!
Vocals, Bass – J.W. BrownVocals, Guitar – J.R. BrownWritten By – Brown
|B1||–Johnny Cash||Two Timin' Woman
Bass – Marshall GrantDrums – Gene ChrismanGuitar – Luther Perkins, Stan KeslerPiano – Bobby WoodVocals, Guitar – Johnny CashWritten-By – Cash*
|B2||–Ernie Chaffin||Heart Of Me
Fiddle, Guitar, Bass – Unknown ArtistVocals, Guitar – Ernie ChaffinWritten-By – Pee Wee Maddux
|B3||–Ernie Chaffin||Laughin' And Jokin'
Bass – Leo LodnerGuitar – Ernie HarveyVocals, Guitar – Ernie ChaffinWritten-By, Steel Guitar – Pee Wee Maddux
|B4||–Onie Wheeler||Tell 'Em Off
Bass – Cliff AcredDrums – James Van Eaton*Guitar – Billy Riley*, Sidney Manker*Written-By, Vocals – Wheeler*
Bass – Jack ClementDrums – James Van Eaton*Guitar – Billy Riley*Vocals – Ken Cook Written-By – Cook*
|B6||–Warren Smith||Goodbye Mr. Love
Bass – Cliff AcredDrums – James Van Eaton*Guitar – Billy Riley*, Sidney Manker*Written By – BrydWritten-By, Vocals – Warren Smith
|B7||–Billy Riley*||Sweet William
Written-By, Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Riley*
|B8||–Jerry Lee Lewis||Settin' The Woods On Fire
Drums – James Van Eaton*Guitar – Roland JanesRhythm Guitar – Unknown ArtistVocals, Piano – Jerry Lee LewisWritten By – Williams
|CR 30117||Various||Sun: The Roots Of Rock: Volume 10: Sun Country (LP, Comp, Mono)||Charly Records||CR 30117||UK||1977|
|CR 30117||Various||Sun: The Roots Of Rock: Volume 10: Sun Country (LP, Comp, Mono)||Charly Records||CR 30117||Italy||1977|
|CR 30117||Various||Sun: The Roots Of Rock: Volume 10: Sun Country (LP, Comp)||Charly Records||CR 30117||UK||1977|