1 de out de 2012

Wild Horses - Stand Your Ground - 1981 by OGS

Avisei que fazia tempo e tempo é uma coisa que não ando tendo, mas num esforço descomunal surrupiei mais um disco do OGS e trago aqui quase como foi postado ou vcs acham mesmo que não iria meter minha pata?

Show heim? Como sempre OGS!!!!!

Wild Horses was formed in the summer of 1978 by ex-Thin Lizzy guitarist Brian Robertson and ex-Rainbow bassist Jimmy Bain. At an early stage the line-up featured former Stone The Crows and Wings guitarist Jimmy McCulloch and former Small Faces drummer Kenney Jones, but eventually stabilised with the addition of drummer Clive Edwards (ex-Pat Travers, Uli Roth) and guitarist/keyboardist Neil Carter (ex-Wilder, Gilbert O'Sullivan). This line-up recorded the Trevor Rabin-produced eponymous album in 1980, released by EMI who signed the band after their 1979 Reading Festival appearance.


Carter left the band in August 1980 after the band's UK tour with Ted Nugent in order to join UFO and later Gary Moore. His replacement was guitarist John Lockton (ex-The Next Band, Red Alert) whose first appearance was on the band's Japanese tour in the autumn of 1980 followed by the release of the Stand Your Ground album in the spring of 1981.

Brian Robertson - Guitar, Backing Vocals, Piano, Synths
Jimmy Bain - Vocals, Bass, Rhythm Guitar, Piano, Synths
John Lockton - Lead & Rhythm Guitar
Clive Edwards - Drums

Wild Horses were a British rock band, active during the late 1970s and early 1980s.

01. I'll Give You Love
02. In The City
03. Another Lover
04. Back In The U.S.A.
05. Stand Your Ground
06. The Axe
07. Miami Justice
08. Precious
09. New York City
10. Stake Out
11. Everlasting Love (Bonus Track)
12. I'll Give You Love (Bonus Track)
13. Stake Out (Bonus Track)
14. Stand Your Ground (Bonus Track)




Wild Horses was formed in the summer of 1978 by ex-Thin Lizzy guitarist Brian Robertson and ex-Rainbow bassist Jimmy Bain. At an early stage the line-up featured former Stone The Crows and Wings guitarist Jimmy McCulloch and former Small Faces drummer Kenney Jones, but eventually stabilised with the addition of drummer Clive Edwards (ex-Pat Travers, Uli Roth) and guitarist/keyboardist Neil Carter (ex-Wilder, Gilbert O'Sullivan). This line-up recorded the Trevor Rabin-produced eponymous album in 1980, released by EMI who signed the band after their 1979 Reading Festival appearance.

Carter left the band in August 1980 after the band's UK tour with Ted Nugent in order to join UFO and later Gary Moore. His replacement was guitarist John Lockton (ex-The Next Band, Red Alert) whose first appearance was on the band's Japanese tour in the autumn of 1980 followed by the release of the Stand Your Ground album in the spring of 1981.

In June 1981, Robertson and Edwards both left Wild Horses in the wake of the band's Paris Theatre show in London. Robertson teamed up with Motörhead a year later and recorded Another Perfect Day in 1983, before moving on to join fellow Scotsman Frankie Miller on the Dancing in the Rain album in 1986. Edwards continued with a number of different acts, including Bernie Marsden's S.O.S., Grand Prix, and Lionheart.

Bain assembled a new Wild Horses line-up featuring Lockton, former Lautrec stepfather and son team, Reuben (vocals) and Laurence Archer (guitar), and The Def Leppard E.P. credited drummer Frank Noon. The Archers and Noon left only months later and went on to form their own band, Stampede, and Wild Horses ceased to exist, with Bain joining his former Rainbow bandmate Ronnie James Dio in Dio, while Lockton became a member of German hard rockers Victory.

Wild Horses members Laurence Archer and Clive Edwards were part of the UFO line-up that recorded the High Stakes & Dangerous Men and Lights Out in Tokyo albums in the early 1990s, before spending time in Medicine Head. They are both now founding members of X-UFO

Both Wild Horses and Stand Your Ground were re-issued on CD in Japan and Europe in the 1990s; the latest set of re-issues came on 26 May 2009 through UK-based Krescendo Records.
Members

Wild Horses Mk I
Jimmy Bain - bass/vocals
Brian Robertson - guitar
Jimmy McCulloch - guitar
Kenney Jones - drums

Wild Horses Mk II - UK tour 1978 line-up:
Jimmy Bain - bass/vocals
Brian Robertson - guitar
Neil Carter - guitar/keyboards
Dixie Lee - drums

Wild Horses Mk III - 'The First Album' line-up (1979/80):
Jimmy Bain - bass/vocals
Brian Robertson - guitar/vocals
Neil Carter -guitar/keyboards
Clive Edwards - drums

Wild Horses Mk IV - 'Stand Your Ground' line-up (1980/81):
Jimmy Bain - bass/vocals
Brian Robertson - guitar
John Lockton - guitar
Clive Edwards - drums

Wild Horses Mk V - final live line-up (1981):
Reuben Archer - vocals
Jimmy Bain - bass/vocals
John Lockton - guitar
Laurence Archer - guitar
Frank Noon - drums

Discography

Studio albums
Wild Horses (EMI, 1980 / Toshiba-EMI/Insideout, 1993 / Zoom Club 1999 / Krescendo 2009)[1]
Stand Your Ground (EMI, 1981 / Toshiba-EMI/Insideout, 1993 / Zoom Club 1999 / Krescendo, 2009)

UK singles
"Criminal Tendencies" / "The Rapist" (EMI, 1979)
"Face Down" / "Dealer" (EMI, 1980)
"Flyaway" / "Blackmail" (EMI, 1980)
"I'll Give You Love" / "Rocky Mountain Way" (live) (EMI, 1981)
"I'll Give You Love" / "Rocky Mountain Way" (live) / "The Kid" / "Saturday Night" (live) (EMI, 1981 - double single pack)
"Everlasting Love" / "The Axe" (EMI, 1981)

Japan singles
"Face Down" / "Dealer" (EMI, 1980)
"Fly Away" / "The Rapist" (EMI, 1980)

References

1.^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. pp. 602. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.


pass => onlygoodsong
Enjoy!!!!!!!!!!!

4 comentários:

  1. Hola saludos, no encuentro la contraseña del archivo. Podrías dármela. Gracias.

    ResponderExcluir
  2. Muy agradecido, buen grupo!!

    ResponderExcluir
  3. Saludos and Enjoy!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    ResponderExcluir