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Label: Wounded Bird
Catalog Number: WOU 523
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Tommy Redd guitar, vocals|
Larry Uzzell bass, vocals, trumpet, harp, congas, percussion
Mike Uzzell Moog bass, keyboards, vocals
Eddie Blair sax, keyboards, percussion, vocals
Kenny Soule drums, percussion
Mike Downing guitar
|1. ||Heartbreaker |
|2. ||Never Gonna Take Your Lies |
|3. ||Real Romance |
|4. ||She's No Good |
|5. ||Born in a Honky Tonk |
|6. ||It's Gettin' Harder |
|7. ||Girl You Blew a Good Thing |
|8. ||Spring Fever |
|9. ||Quite Like You |
|10. ||What's the Matter With Loving You |
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Existing comments about this CD
|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: March 29, 2006 at 5:47|
|Long overdue a re-issue are the first 3 Nantucket albums & finally here they are. With the debut, I hear many bands names cropping up when I listen to it. Imagine an amalgam of Southern AOR, mixed with hints of Aerosmith,Dakota & you won't go far wrong. The most well known track here is the top 40 (in the US) 'Heartbreaker' which sums the sound of the band pretty much. A band that really could and should have made a bigger mark as they released some excellent stuff along the way.
|From: juan carlos
||Date: June 30, 2010 at 22:14|
|If you decade were those.. 70s so youŽll probably enjoy this one more than me. this is just average album for me. "Girl You Blew a Good Thing" good track. 7/10
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