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George Lynch

Sacred Groove

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Category: Progressive Metal

Year: 1993

Label: Elektra

Catalog Number: 9 61422-2

Average Rating: 82 / 100 (17 ratings)

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Personnel
George Lynch guitars and sitar
Chris Solberg bass
Denny Fongheiser drums
Ray Gillen vocals
Matthew and Gunner Nelson vocals
Jeff Pilson bass and piano
Chris Furman Mellotron
Byron Geither organ
Mandy Lion vocals
Little John Chrisley harmonica
Sam Fear pan flute
Glen Hughes vocals
Pattie Brooks vocals
Tommy Hendricks bass
Tony Menjivar congos and bongos
Tracks
1.  Memory Jack  
2.  Love Power From The Mama Head  
3.  Flesh And Blood  
4.  We Don't Own This World  
5.  I Will Rememember  
6.  The Beast Part 1  
7.  The Beast Part 2 Addiction To The Friction  
8.  Not Necessary Evil  
9.  Cry Of The Brave  
10.  Tierra Del Fuego  

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From: rodrigo Date: January 31, 2002 at 12:22
yeah...Ray Guillen i was great singer(r.I.p.)but the guitar its more crazy than DOKKEN┤S George Lynch...Good work.-Speciality "Tierra del Fuego" when I live in Chile

From: Reno Date: June 3, 2002 at 16:34
I didn't know Mandy Lion sang on this cd. No wonder it bombed. The only redemption for this cd was the fact that Ray Gillen and Glenn Hughes also sang on it.

From: Kim Date: June 3, 2002 at 16:52
Reno. Jason will give you hell now, and also `something` called UGHHHH......;D I fully share your views/wievs. Stay cool.

From: jason Date: June 3, 2002 at 18:48
No KIM, I'm not going to give Reno any shit about this. It's great to hear Reno say that George Lynch "BOMBED"! Dokken was a joke and Lynch is a joke. It's nice to see Reno is making sense for once. You know it's funny.............George gets all these people to help him make a record and it "Bombs" just like his old bad, Dokken! You'd think the dumb ass would give it up. Maybe he will read this and get a clue.

From: Reno Date: June 4, 2002 at 15:16
Actually jason, I did say this cd bombed, but I wouldn't ever say that Lynch is a joke. He is one of the mostinfluencial guitarists of the 80's. He even was a grammy nominee in 1989 for Mr. Scary. I actually liked Dokken in the 80's but have not liked anything from them from Shadowlife on up. The first Lynch Mob cd was very good, but I didn't care much for the 2nd.

From: jason Date: June 4, 2002 at 17:41
Actually Reno, Do you know how many people have been grammy nominees and didn't win (or should I say "Bombed")? Hell, AC/DC were nominated for best heavy metal group and lost to jethro tull (Fuckin' bullshit!) So just for the record, a grammy nominee is nothin' but a JOKE!! Just like Lynch! Joke, Joke, Joke!!

From: TIM Date: June 4, 2002 at 21:51
If we put George Lynch and Kip Winger together we'd have your favorite band- right jason? You can add the drummer and bassist of your choice- LOL!

From: jason Date: June 4, 2002 at 22:08
So what you are saying is TIM, that you don't think Kip is much of a bass player?.... Well, You're right!! So I get to choose the drummer & bassist...... Hmmm..... George & Kip need alot of help so, for a drummer I'll pick Neil Peart. And for a bass player.....Billy Sheehan.

From: David Date: June 4, 2002 at 22:21
I don't mean to but in on you guys but my best line up would be Robert Mason on vocals, Nuno Bettencourt and Harry Cody with the axes, Tommy Lee with the sticks and Cordell Crockett on bass!

From: jason Date: June 4, 2002 at 22:26
Nuno & Harry are VERY good picks indeed! That way we can skip Lynch all together! I don't think that Tommy can touch Neil Peart if he had six arms. AND I was also thinking that Stu Hamm could play the bass, what do you think?

From: jason Date: June 4, 2002 at 22:39
I was also thinking that Whitfield Crane (ugly kid joe) would be a good lead vocalist for this group. That way we can also boot Kip out of the picture! Whitfield has a great hard rockin' voice. HEY, this is coming together nicely.

From: robert Date: October 20, 2002 at 16:18
q grande el gran GEORGE, es increible ver como suena la guitarra en temas como esa delicia instrumental de tierra del fuego. me encanta, es algo formidable, un disco brutal de uno de los hachas mas grandes del hard rock.

From: Ronnie Date: November 28, 2002 at 16:08
How could you put one of the greatest singers ever "Ray Gillen" and the worst ever "Mandie Lion" on the same CD? I guess this was a sign that George would sell out and do "Smoke This".

From: ALEJANDRO Date: April 10, 2003 at 15:14
PRECIOSO ALBUM. AQUI GEORGE SUPO RODEARSE DE MUSICOS COMPETENTES PARA HACER DE ESTE UN DISCO FORMIDABLE. SIN GRANDES PRETENCIONES, CON UNA PRODUCCION CASI PERFECTA, LA COMUNION DE CANCIONES SUENAN CASI IDEALES. EL MISMO LUCE SU ESTILO EN "TIERRA DEL FUEGO". HARD ROCK MEZCLADO CON UN AOR MUY SUTIL, Y BUENISIMAS IDEAS. RAY GILLEN. GLENN HUGHES, LOS NELSON, Y MUCHO TALENTO DESPARRAMADO EN CADA SURCO. 8/10. carro_martin2000@yahoo.com.ar

From: King James Date: June 2, 2003 at 16:38
It just doesn't compare to his guitar playing when he was with Dokken. Or even Lynch Mob. Sad really.

From: Bang Indonesia Date: June 23, 2003 at 20:52
I think George's roaring guitar is of unique characteristic. George is great when he is alone as well as George is C4 when he was with Dokken. Keep roaring george. While your guitar awesomely screeches .......

From: John Date: August 13, 2003 at 15:10
I think all the songs on this are top notch hard rock. Especially the tune with Glen Hughes. Man does he sing his ass off on that tune. I actually don't mind the Mandy Lion tunes either.

From: MJ (Marla) Date: February 7, 2004 at 20:05
Who sings on "The Beast Part 2"??? The first time I heard that song I was like .....but man, has it grown on me!!

From: borkforker Date: February 8, 2004 at 23:56
I thought "the Beast' was the only good part of this entire hunk of goat shit!!! EEEEYOOOOOWWWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!

From: bundy Date: March 12, 2004 at 0:34
This is any amazing album. The highlights are "Not Necessary Evil", "Cry of the Brave" and "We Don't Own This World" with vocals by the Nelson brothers of all people. The instrumentals are also killer. A must have for any true George Lynch fan.

From: Big Papa K Date: June 27, 2004 at 20:33
The instrumentals are excellent, the vocal tracks are pretty good for the most part ("We Don't Own This World" and the Glenn Hughes tracks), but Mandy Lion should just stay quiet, what an awful voice he has. 7/10

From: T-Bone Date: June 28, 2004 at 16:45
Hahahaha...Big Papa hit the nail on the head there. A quiet Mandy Lion is a good Mandy Lion

From: Joey D Date: September 20, 2004 at 21:36
Everyone should have this jem. Ray Gillen, Matthew and Gunnar Nelson, Glen Hughes and the deepest and darkest vocalist of metal Mandy Lion. Also with the collaboration of Jeff Pilson.

From: onemorecast Date: November 11, 2004 at 23:17
good songs and great guests. I would have liked him to have done a whole album with hughes or gillen

From: AHUEA Date: January 14, 2005 at 13:27
Great album, but what the hell are the tracks with mandy lion!!!, I really like the track with the nelson brothers, and the instrumentals rule.

From: Geoff Date: January 16, 2005 at 5:23
I like 'Not necessary evil' and the wonderful Nelson-filled 'We don't own this world'. Aside from that I didn't get into anything else at all on this one. Two great songs though.

From: Date: May 5, 2005 at 7:16
Que tremendos musicos se unieron a George Lynch para crear esta excelente obra de arte, no hay discusion, es un disco indispensable para los amantes de la buena m¨sica 10/10.

From: Ale_Carro Date: June 27, 2006 at 12:33
PRECIOSO ALBUM. AQUI GEORGE SUPO RODEARSE DE MUSICOS COMPETENTES PARA HACER DE ESTE UN DISCO FORMIDABLE. SIN GRANDES PRETENCIONES, CON UNA PRODUCCION CASI PERFECTA, LA COMUNION DE CANCIONES SUENAN CASI IDEALES. EL MISMO LUCE SU ESTILO EN "TIERRA DEL FUEGO". HARD ROCK MEZCLADO CON UN AOR MUY SUTIL, Y BUENISIMAS IDEAS. RAY GILLEN. GLENN HUGHES, LOS NELSON, Y MUCHO TALENTO DESPARRAMADO EN CADA SURCO. 8/10. carro_martin2000@yahoo.com.ar

From: ROBERT Date: January 26, 2007 at 20:52
We Don't Own This World !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Uno d los Temas mas Brutales q e escuxado en mi vida!!! Q Pedazo d Escalofriante solarraco, Lujo!

From: metalmastermusic Date: June 25, 2008 at 11:26
Now Now this may not be George's best work but you have to give to him props, he does shred !! Track 2 in the most memorable and it is a staple of all things George. This album is not that bad it is just that his other work with Dokken and Lynch Mob is so much better. If you did not know this was him it would be rated higher. It is a step away from his L.Mob/Dokken sound but for those of you who can appreciate some excellent guitar work and perhaps those into instrumental work this is a very good release. 80/100

From: Ardian Date: November 11, 2008 at 8:13
The Japanese release has two bonus tracks: Satan's Shorts & If You Love Me (Why Don't You Let Me Go?).

From: Metal T Date: May 26, 2010 at 21:52
Got this years ago.George's playing was solid as usual on this one.I remember seeing several bad print media critiques on this back when it came out-its not bad at all though.And that Co-Don Dokken penned "We don't own this World" is a great tune and the Nelson Bros did lay down some nice vox.Definitely one song Dokken should have recorded themselves in my book.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 2, 2011 at 21:08
Brilliant album that consists of instrumental songs and other sang by some fantatic singers(one of them already dead shamely Ray Guillen,r.i.p.)..."Low Power From The Mama Head" is a killer instrumental song,","Flesh & Blood" is great,"The Beast #1" is like a metal based song with some kinda creepy vocals that reminded me of Blackie Lawless don't know why ...Mandy Lion... ...and with a tribal ending part...,"The Beat #2" a filler,unnecessary honestly,"Not Necessary Evil" good one,"Cry Of The Brave" a good one too & "Tierra Del Fuego" a latin rock/flamenco instrumental song,a very good one indeed ...an interesting solo debut release by Dokken's axeman...91/100

From: jondavis Date: August 26, 2011 at 15:34
Are you sure Jean Beauvoir didnt sing on this. I just heard Cry Of The Brave and thought it was him. I'll have to look up and see who sang that song.

From: rallen399 Date: August 27, 2011 at 5:41
Glenn Hughes sings Cry Of The Brave,and Ray Gillen sings Flesh & Blood a couple of great songs and great singers.This is a really ggod solo for George.Recomended 88/100.

From: hair metal again Date: May 3, 2018 at 9:18
excellent debut for GEORGE LYNCH with the valuable help of some great singers of the hard rock genre and the result is massive!all the songs are great and there s a certain quality in production &musicianship that will satisfy every hard rocker!bought it back in the day and enjoyed it much


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