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Old Jul-14-2009, 12:43 PM
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Name-dropping galore!

Thanks for the tips. Gotta check the Leafhound album out, and a few others...

There were actually two bands called FM, weren't there? The one I have is a Progressive outfit from Toronto who released an album called Black Noise in 1977. They're only a three-piece. Steve Overland must have been in the other FM then! Don't have any of their albums

I don't consider Steve Walsh that obscure, especially because you can hear him singing on the radio numerous times each day.
If he is, Bad Delp (RIP) is obscure too, and maybe even Eric Martin, Wild World and To Be With You aside - or do you think that anybody can name the singer, not the band!?
I agree with Todd that John Elefante is obscure though. Very obscure
And Corey Glover - fantastic singer. Obscure? I'm not sure he is.

I thought I'll throw in more names anyway...

Hasse Fröberg (The Flower Kings)
Kevin Gilbert (RIP)
Mike Patto (RIP)
Murray Head

and Sananda Maitreya who used to be quite famous when he was still called Terence Trent D'Arby.

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Old Jul-14-2009, 5:01 PM
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Yeah Chip, I have Growers of Mushrooms......if you need a copy of 'Unleashed'......let me know!
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Old Jul-20-2009, 2:14 PM
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Old Jul-20-2009, 2:18 PM
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Originally Posted by chris spencer View Post
John Sloman - Lone Star (ex Heep) Firing On All Six is awesome with him on vocals.

Chris, i bought that on vinyl for 50p at a record fair!

I couldnt believe they ripped off the Burn riff on one of the songs

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Old Jul-21-2009, 12:46 PM
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Chris, i bought that on vinyl for 50p at a record fair!

I couldnt believe they ripped off the Burn riff on one of the songs

I got it for 4 or 5 pounds in nice condition

The tricky thing about this record is, that it has a mirror kind of reflective front sleeve that gets worn very easily. Therefore it's hard to come across a decent copy on vinyl.

Good album. One of Sloman's better performances. Contrary to his stint in Gary Moore's band!

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Old Jul-21-2009, 3:05 PM
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I bought this album Avalon by Richie Zito. Richie is a great producer who has worked with some very good artists like Richie Kotzen, Eddie Money, Tyketto, Mr Big... He is also a good guitarist and songwriter and made this album with several guest vocalists he has worked with in the past. There is a singer called Hugo Valenti who is great but pretty unknown to the masses.
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Old Aug-03-2009, 3:16 PM
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Terry Reid comes to mind
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Old Aug-04-2009, 12:32 PM
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Hi,

I totally agree with the most of the singers mentioned here, specially Aldo Nova or Pete Goalby, and I would like to add one to the list: Rob Lamothe, the first Riverdogs cd is one of my favourite ones.



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Old Aug-04-2009, 11:45 PM
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Have to agree with you there Pere. Rob Lamothe has this very earthy, soulfull voice.


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Old Aug-05-2009, 2:52 AM
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Yea I second that as well, I loved him on the first Riverdogs album.
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I've come to know Lamothe's music through his work with Craig Erickson, and his solo work. Not really taken with the Riverdogs as much. Great voice, though.

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Old Aug-06-2009, 4:22 AM
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Really? How much has he actually done with Craig Erickson? I bought one of his albums last week, decent stuff.
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He's done two albums with Erickson, the first 'Shine' featuring Rob on a handful of songs. The other album, 'Ride', is a joint effort between Erickson & Lamothe. Incidentally, Glenn Hughes sings the Tommy Bolin song "Wild Dogs" on the 'Shine' album that features Rob...

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Old Aug-07-2009, 3:28 AM
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Great question. hmmmm...

Michael Been (The Call)
Robin "Kyle" Basauri (Die Happy [the American band])
Darrell Mansfield
Andy Sturmer (Jellyfish)

...just to name a few.
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