Although it received generally high marks from most critics, the album sales were disappointing in the US. Kay released a second solo album in 1973 on the Dunhill label titled My Sportin' Life. This album sold less than his first solo album and was less gritty and more LA studio-polish in sound. Some of the material created in the Manbeast days showed up on the 1974 Steppenwolf reunion album, most notably "Gang War Blues", which was recorded as a demo with Edmonton singing slightly different lyrics. Pesnell wanted to produce an album featuring new songs on side A, by the reformed band Three Dog Night and with side B of the album featuring songs by Steppenwolf. The album's working name was "Back to Back", a play on each band having a side of the album and the fact the bands were back together again.
At one stage, the two men disappear down a side road but are back moments later, while a woman tries to defuse the tension.
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Teens high on the weed rooted in hell go wild in the midnight movie classic Reefer Madness. J-Men Forever : Rock ‘n’ Roll battles Muzak in Proctor & Bergman’s Night Flight cult classic. Night Flight partners with Blue Underground to present the best cult, horror & exploitation films. first clear definition of where Pink Floyd would be heading with their next album, 1973’s Dark Side of the Moon. The album’s tracks were recorded whenever the band could find time to go into the studio - chiefly EMI’s Abbey Road, AIR (Associated Independent Recording) in London, and also Morgan Studios in West Hampstead - between their touring commitments, from January to August 1971 (during that period they were playing concerts in Europe, the Far East and Australia, returning for more shows across.
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|1093||Larry Marks||Up On The High Side (7", Single)||A&M Records||1093||US||1969|
|1093||Larry Marks||Up On The High Side (7", Single, Promo)||A&M Records||1093||US||1969|