The Cynics - The One Way Out E.P. flac album
Title: The One Way Out E.P.
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One Way Out is a live album by the Allman Brothers Band. It is the first live album to feature Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks together, although both had appeared separately on previous live albums. It was recorded during the group's annual Beacon Theatre run in New York City on March 25 and 26, 2003, and released a year later. The album features extended jams and guitar solos that showcase the virtuosity of Trucks and Haynes.
Each cover will feature an old photo, from the album of Alan's late grandmother. No subscriptions will be taken after Christmas 2006.
Cynicism (Ancient Greek: κυνισμός) is a school of thought of ancient Greek philosophy as practiced by the Cynics (Ancient Greek: Κυνικοί, Latin: Cynici). For the Cynics, the purpose of life is to live in virtue, in agreement with nature. As reasoning creatures, people can gain happiness by rigorous training and by living in a way which is natural for themselves, rejecting all conventional desires for wealth, power, sex, and fame. Instead, they were to lead a simple life free from all possessions.
Album Name No Way Out . Type EP. Released date 2005. Labels No Way Records. Members owning this album0. 3. Government Warning.
Get Our Way. The Cynics. The Cynics are an American garage rock band from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The band, consisting of guitarist Gregg Kostelich, drummer Bill Von Hagen, vocalist Michael Kastelic, bass player Steve Magee, and keyboardist Becky Smith (later founder of New York City's Bellwether gallery), who debuted with their first album, Blue Train Station in 1986. Becky Smith wrote one of the four extra tracks included on the expanded reissue of Twelve Flights Up, entitled Sixteen Flights Up. (The other three tracks are cover songs.
No Easy Way Out is the debut studio album from American singer-songwriter Robert Tepper, released by Scotti Brothers Records in 1986. It reached No. 144 on the US Billboard 200 chart. Four singles were released from the album: "No Easy Way Out", "Don't Walk Away", "Angel of the City" and "If That's What You Call Lovin'". No Easy Way Out" reached No. 22 on the Billboard Hot 100. "Don't Walk Away" reached No. 85 on the same chart.
The Cynics issued their first full length album "Blue Train Station" on Get Hip Records in 1986. The players on Blue Train were Gregg Kostelich, Mike Kastelic and Bill von Hagen with new members Beki Smith on organ and Steve Magee on bass. On the day that the album appeared in stores in New York City a promoter called Gregg telling him the record was great and he wanted to book the Cynics for a show in the Big Apple. The Cynics rode off on their Blue Train to appear at clubs around the country. Stepping up to international Garage Stardom.
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|A1||Don't Give In (Fight To Win)|
|B2||One Way Out|
- Backing Vocals – Dave Heys
- Bass Guitar – Dave Heys
- Drums – Paul Peterson
- Guitar – Gary Wilson
- Vocals – Gary Wilson