Rush, Max Webster - Rock On album flac
|A1||–Rush||Fly By Night|
|A3||–Rush||Something For Nothing|
|A4||–Rush||Finding My Way|
|B2||–Max Webster||High Class In Borrowed Shoes|
|B3||–Max Webster||Blowing The Blues Away|
|B4||–Max Webster||Oh War!|
|B5||–Max Webster||Diamonds Diamonds|
Notes"En produktion av Moon Records/S.R.O. Productions Ltd." on side A label.
"En produktion för Anthem Records/Taurus Production" on side B label.
Copyright control by NCB.
Fantastic song from the album "Universal Juveniles" from 1980 by Max Webster
Max Webster was the first record released by Canadian rock band Max Webster. The record was released in 1976 and has been certified gold by the Canadian Recording Industry Association. Hangover" (Kim Mitchell, Pye Dubois) – 4:36. Here Among the Cats" (Mitchell, Dubois) – 3:07. Blowing the Blues Away" (Terry Watkinson) – 3:33. Summer Turning Blue" (Mitchell, Dubois) – 3:05. Toronto Tontos" (Mitchell, Dubois) - 3:40. Coming Off The Moon" (Mitchell, Dubois) – 3:38.
Profilo: Canadian progressive rock band formed in 1973 and based in Sarnia and later Toronto, Ontario. Vocalist and guitarist Kim Mitchell went on to have a solo career and has a radio show on Toronto's Q107. Dubois and Mitchell composed the bulk of their music while Watkinson contributed several songs over the years as well. Max Webster was first signed to Taurus Records, who issued their debut album in 1976. Several months later, the group was picked up by Anthem Records, who released all future Max Webster albums. The band broke up in 1982
Rush, Max Webster is a hard rock music promos, fans club and other releases (no bootlegs) recording by RUSH released in 1977 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. 1. Fly By Night 2. Anthem 3. Something For Nothing 4. Finding My Way 5. Bacchus Plateau. Hangover 2. High Class In Borrowed Shoes 3. Blowing The blues Away 4. Oh War! 5. Diamonds Diamonds.
Toronto’s Max Webster blended metal, prog, and rock elements into a genre-defying blend that won the group a cult following in the mid- to late ’70s. Formed in 1973, the band’s sound focused on the contrast between vocalist/guitarist Kim Mitchell’s aggressive attack and Terry Watkinson’s more melodic approach, with drummer Gary McCracken and bassist Mike Tilka providing a propulsive backdrop. Additional lyricist Pye Dubois was considered the band’s fifth member, adding extra theatrical flourishes to Max Webster’s concerts.
Max Webster : Max Webster,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Лейблы Mercury Records Anthem Records Taurus Records (CAN). Produced by Terry Brown. Музыкальный стильHard-Rock. Владельцы этого альбома1.
This one goes out to T-Rev! MAX WEBSTER - Max Webster (1976 Anthem Records) It is difficult to recall a better debut album than this 1976 masterpiece by the four-headed enigma known as Max Webster. It only took two more listens to appreciate this album for what it is: A paradoxically funny yet progressive masterpiece that runs the gamut from bizarre to blues to rock to country to campfire,with poetic lyrics to match. From the seemingly out-of-control Hangover to the mournful Lily, this album really does have it all. Of note: This album was produced with Terry Brown, who helmed many Rush classics.
Rush and Max Webster enjoyed a certain amount of kinship in the 70s when they were two hard rock efforts out of Toronto Canada, Webster often being seen as Rush's little brother. Indeed, if Rush had a sense of humor in their music and a lower pitched singer the two would be nearly inseparable! What we have, as with all of their studio albums, is a combination of top notch musicianship and concise songwriting. If you enjoy quality '70s rock, you can't go wrong with High Class In Borrowed Shoes. Who else would self-depricate themselves like this on an album cover like Max Webster? Maybe Procol Harum, but Max Webster is clearly a band for the converted. lyrically bizarre thanks to the fifth unofficial member, lyricist - Pye Dubois(the same guy that wrote the lyrics to Rush's Tom Sawyer ).
From Dylan and Cash to Meat Loaf and Cher, we name rock's 20 greatest duets. The Red Rocker’s 2013 album Sammy Hagar & Friends was exactly as billed – a bunch of songs recorded with famous buddies, including former bandmates from Van Halen, Chickenfoot and Montrose and . And on an album notable for its complete lack of anything approaching subtlety, the standout was this raucous duet with white trash superstar Kid Rock. The guys in Max Webster – a band, not a person – were old friends of Rush. And for the album Universal Juveniles, Max Webster’s last, the two bands set up in the same room to record Battle Scar live off the floor. The song is a real shit-kicker, with a slow, grinding tension. And the combination of two unique voices – Kim Mitchell’s groan, Geddy Lee’s yelp – adds to the spaced-out vibe. It’s the ultimate Maple Leaf Mayhem jam.
This was Max Websters Fifth and final album. The song was written by Kim Mitchell of Max Webster and Pye Dubois who co-wrote a handful of Rush songs including "Tom Sawyer". Kim Mitchell - Vocals, Guitars. Geddy Lee - Vocals, Bass. been a hardcore RUSH fan since '88, never heard most of these songs on this compilation. silly me. they rule!! 5 years назад. One of those rare songs I had heard back in 1982 and, even though I could recognize Geddy Lee's voice and bass, I could never find out who performed it until a few years ag. The song was written by Kim Mitchell of Max Webster and Pye Dubois who co-wrote a handful of Rush songs including 'Tom Sawyer'.