Black Diamond Boys - White Lightning album flac
- Performer: Black Diamond Boys
- Title: White Lightning
- Size FLAC ver: 1635 mb
- Style: Hillbilly
- Other formats: MIDI DXD AAC AUD DTS XM MOD
- Genre: Country - Folk
- Rating: 4.1 of 5
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Crane/White Lightning. The RZA/Charles Bernstein.
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White Lightning was an American psychedelic rock band, active from 1968 through 1971. The band was founded by guitarist Zippy Caplan and bassist Woody Woodrich. The band was very popular in Minnesota, mostly due to Caplan's fame playing with The Litter. The manager of radio station KDWB mistook the single "Of Paupers and Poets" for a song by Cream, giving valuable early airtime to the band. They also would perform a cover of the William Tell Overture.
The name 'Diamond Head' came from a 1975 Phil Manzanera album that Tatler had a poster of in his room. The band played their first gig at High Park school hall (10 February 1977) and sold 151 tickets for a forty-minute set of their own original material. Bassist Colin Kimberley, a friend of Tatler's from primary school, joined the band in 1978 as their fourth bassist. That same year the band also recorded their debut album on Happy Face. Most commonly known as Lightning to the Nations, the collection was recorded in seven days at The Old Smythy Studio in Worcester, which the band described later as 'dead'. The album was packaged in a plain sleeve with no title or track listings, simply bearing a signature of one of the band members. The management thought that it should be perceived as a 'demo' album so no fancy sleeve was required, making it very cheap to produce.
White Lightning may refer to: White Lightning (band), an American psychedelic rock band. White Lightning" (Def Leppard song), 1992. White Lightning" (The Big Bopper song), 1959. White Lightnin', a 2009 film. White Lightning (1973 film), a 1973 film starring Burt Reynolds. White Lightning (1953 film), a 1953 film directed by Edward Bernds. White Lightning (cider), the brand name of a cheap, strong, white cider once sold in the United Kingdom. White Lightning (car), an electric car.
Black Diamond Heavies is a United States blues rock band originating from Nashville, Tennessee. The band is composed of John Wesley Myers aka Reverend James Leg, formerly of The Immortal Lee County Killers, on bass keys, Fender Rhodes, organ, and vocals with Van Campbell on drums. After the departure of Mark Porkchop Holder, the guitarist, Black Diamond Heavies set out on a venture to take on the blues from a whole new perspective, with the only instruments being a keyboard and drums.
Diamond Head - Lightning To The Nations. Lightning to the Nations. от лица компании "Heavy Metal Records"); CMRRA, UMPG Publishing" и другие авторские общества (6). Композиция.
The Vincent Black Lightning was a Vincent-HRD motorcycle first built in September 1948 at the Vincent works in Great North Road, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, UK, and produced from 1948 to 1952. The bike was a purpose-built factory modified Black Shadow that was then named and produced as the Black Lightning. At the time the Black Lightning was the fastest production motorcycle in the world.
Am I Evil is a compilation album by the heavy metal band Diamond Head and was released in 1987 by FM Revolver Records before being re-released by Heavy Metal Records in 1994. This album contains early recordings of the tracks from Diamond Head's 1982 Borrowed Time, except "Call Me", plus two extra tracks "Dead Reckoning" and "Sucking My Love". The latter was previously released on the band's 1980 debut Lightning to the Nations.
Complete your White Lightning collection. These two are the same album on the same label with the same catalog number, each released with different cover art: one was released on 750 copies with a photo insert, the other on 100 copies with an alternate cover and without the photo insert (same photo from the insert was used on the alternate cover).