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Foxx

The Grande Finale

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1995

Label: BMI Records

Catalog Number: FX01C

Average Rating: 82 / 100 (10 ratings)

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Personnel
Dave Jackson vocals, rhythm guitar
Al McKenzie vocals, bass guitar
Kenny Boyd lead guitar, background vocals
Keith Taylor drums, background vocals
Frank Garisto drums
Marlon Garay guitar solo on Big Jake
Timmy Damn Zuver drums on P.T.L.
Tracks
1.  Can't Say No bonus track  2:55
2.  Don't Go  4:33
3.  Bring on the Night  2:57
4.  Lost Without You  3:31
5.  Wine Me Dine Me (69 Me)  3:40
6.  Night Machine  4:37
7.  Midnite  3:04
8.  Let's Raise Hell  3:20
9.  Love Transfusion  3:18
10.  Need Your Love  3:25
11.  Sex Patrol  3:05
12.  Party Naked  3:43
13.  P.T.L. bonus track  4:33
14.  Big Jake bonus track  4:04
  
Total Running Time:  50:45

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From: TIM Date: February 22, 2004 at 22:55
Initially I hated this one, but I've made a complete 180. Tracks 1,3,4, & 5 are my fav's. A few filler, but some really good stuff. I can live with the production as well. It rocks and that's what counts.

From: anamal Date: March 4, 2004 at 19:34
i just recieved this today..i was impressed..production is weak in some areas..but it is bearable..i really like Daves Voice..heres a little trivia for you,Dave is Vying for the vocal spot for the Misfits..huh ,who woulda thunk..hopefully he gets it..

From: hot4FOXX Date: March 26, 2004 at 21:48
I,ve had this cd for years. I think that FOXX still rocks. Word has it that the bass player, Al Mckenzie now plays bass for Firehouse. Is this rumor true?

From: TIM Date: March 26, 2004 at 22:58
Yep, he does. He came on the Foxx- Gangster Of Love page and said so himself. He left his email I believe.

From: Hollywudz Date: June 19, 2004 at 21:21
I Have There First Album Released On Cassette Only It's Called Foxx - St It Was Released In 1989 Most Of The Songs Are On The Above Cd I Converted It To CD-R If Any One Is Interested In a Trade Hollywudz1973yahoo.com

From: Sam Wilson Date: January 11, 2005 at 20:08
Hey from Arizona! It's confirmed...the lead vocalist on the single "Free" is Dave Jackson from Foxx. Had to do a lot of research to find out. Name of the band is Arizona Blue (Foxx in different clothes, maybe?) But Dave Jaxon on "Free" is THE Dave Jackson from Foxx. This single is the bomb - stellar production/arrangement and Dave's vocals are outstanding. Remniscent of Seegar/Springstein/Skynard but in a different style. Cutting edge kind of music with metal/acoustic mix. Lyric is WAY "FEELING!

From: z4roxx Date: January 11, 2005 at 20:12
Dave Jackson is a great friend of mine!His voice is awesome for me!!Foxx cd one of my favourite,too!Great party hair melodick hard rock,great choruses and strong riffs...10/10.Hello Dave,write always to me when you can!!Greeting to Al Mckenzie,too!!If they can organized a date in Italy with Firehouse I'd be glad to see them!!

From: Sam Wilson Date: January 11, 2005 at 20:15
Sam again. Anyone with info on how I can get the album with "Free" PUL-EESE email me at wilson@vtc.net. Will pay real money. I have a bootleg copy of "Free" so I have no info. Any members of Arizona Blue (Foxx?) please help me to find it! Thanks, man.

From: Geoff Date: January 20, 2005 at 3:40
This is a decent hard rock CD. Certainly nothing special, but 'Don't go' is a nice commercial rock track, 'Lost without you' is painfully unoriginal but still pretty cool and 'Midnite' is an awesome rocking track. I love song titles like 'Wine me dine me 69 me', 'Sex patrol' and 'Party naked'... and have to smile every time I seem them, so even if the songs aren't that great I give them full points for song titles. Hilarious

From: kiefer white Date: April 6, 2005 at 19:13
this is my uncle's CD!!!!! hi uncle davey!! ^^

From: Blondie Date: June 25, 2005 at 23:06
Enlighten me please...I know that Allen is now the bass player for Firehouse. I couldn't find any info on Dave's band Arizona Blue, is he still with them? What about Kenny? Whats he been up to?

From: grim reaper 73 Date: June 17, 2007 at 14:31
Retrospect records just released the first two demotapes on CD!! The first is self titled (recorded in 1990) and the second is called "Stick it out" (1991). They contain all the songs on this CD except "Big Jake". I donīt have this CD but I have the Retrospect releases and they kick serious ass! Definitely one of the best bands on Retrospect and any other label as well. The production is pretty poor but the songs.... they really stand out! The band contains Al McKenzie on bass (currently with Fi

From: grim reaper 73 Date: June 17, 2007 at 14:33
Retrospect records just released the first two demotapes on CD!! The first is self titled (recorded in 1990) and the second is called "Stick it out" (1991). They contain all the songs on this CD except "Big Jake". I donīt have this CD but I have the Retrospect releases and they kick serious ass! Definitely one of the best bands on Retrospect and any other label as well. The production is pretty poor but the songs.... they really stand out! The band contains Al McKenzie on bass (currently with Fi

From: grim reaper 73 Date: June 17, 2007 at 14:33
(continued) The band contains Al McKenzie on bass (currently with Firehouse). Would be nice if the new releases could be posted here as well. If anybody know where I can find this record, please contact me.

From: speed demon Date: November 8, 2007 at 9:25
Production is NOT the best BUT this is some really good stuff! As Geoff has already said a lot of SEX in this pup. Recomended for the "Hair Metal Fanatic"(like myself) IMO.

From: hcostin Date: March 13, 2008 at 21:52
All I can say is I miss this band, the good ol' Akron Agora days, and Keith Taylor ( R.I.P , you are missed more than you know!)

From: firehouse bass guy Date: February 9, 2009 at 5:16
Retrospect Records, an '80s hard rock reissue label based in Las Vegas, has just released the entire back catalog of my former band, FOXX, on CD, newly remastered, including "FOXX"(originally released in May 1989), and "STICK IT OUT"(Mar 1991). Check out www. retrospectrecords. com for more info. For those of you who weren't there, it's a great look back at my pre-FireHouse days during the late '80s-early '90s Akron/Canton hard rock scene, an amazing time when local fans showed up by the hundreds, or, if you were playing the Akron Agora, THOUSANDS(and this went on for seven days a week-during one stretch in '89, FOXX played 31 nights in a row in Northeast Ohio ALONE-that's unheard of today)to Ramon's, McNasty's, the Temple Tavern, the Cove, Buddiee's Place(now Sadie Rene's) and other area clubs to support their favorite bands, and local radio actually SUPPORTED local music in a way that they never had before, or since.(WRQK''s "ROCK WARS", hosted by Lou Santini, was a great showcase t

From: firehouse bass guy Date: February 9, 2009 at 5:18
Retrospect Records, an '80s hard rock reissue label based in Las Vegas, has just released the entire back catalog of my former band, FOXX, on CD, newly remastered, including "FOXX"(originally released in May 1989), and "STICK IT OUT"(Mar 1991). Check out www. retrospectrecords. com for more info. For those of you who weren't there, it's a great look back at my pre-FireHouse days during the late '80s-early '90s Akron/Canton hard rock scene, an amazing time when local fans showed up by the hundreds, or, if you were playing the Akron Agora, THOUSANDS(and this went on for seven days a week-during one stretch in '89, FOXX played 31 nights in a row in Northeast Ohio ALONE-that's unheard of today)to Ramon's, McNasty's, the Temple Tavern, the Cove, Buddiee's Place(now Sadie Rene's) and other area clubs to support their favorite bands, and local radio actually SUPPORTED local music in a way that they never had before, or since....peace, love, and success, Allen

From: yehia.tawfik Date: October 8, 2009 at 14:14
Here's a question for Al (and for any other Foxx fans / afficianados): In the Wikipedia entry for Penelope Spheeris's documentary, 'Decline Of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years', it's mentioned that a clip of Foxx performing live was shown when the movie was showcased at the 1987 MTV Awards. Which song(s) did Foxx perform in this clip? Can anyone recall? Cheers guys, YT

From: davewyers Date: October 11, 2009 at 2:29
How did Keith Taylor die? Keith was a cool dude and a helluva drummer.I remember him from when i was his roadie for a few months back in '90. Whatever happened to Kenny Boyd or JT & even Curly? The whole band were great! Hey Al, do you remember doing a few shows at McNasty's as Night Machine?lol! I'd love to have some video of that!


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