The Jaybirds - Going Our Own Ways flac album
Title: Going Our Own Ways
Style: Beat, Garage Rock, Rhythm & Blues
MP3 album: 1870 mb
FLAC album: 1816 mb
Other formats: DTS AUD AAC VOC ASF XM APE
Genre: Rock / Blues
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1965 – Ric Lee, leader and drummer for a band called The Mansfields",is persuaded to leave them and join The Jaybirds in August 1965 1967 - In November 1967 The Jaybirds officially become "Ten Years After" after signing with Chris Wright of Chrysalis Records.
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This album contains 14 live recorded songs and is perhaps their deepest and smartest one. Here it all comes together. Psychedelic- Pop, R&B, great guitar riffs, and Piano and Harp contributions, but also some ultra catchy 60´s ballads for a new sommer of love. THE JAYBIRDS - Over Your Shoulder.
Ways is the third album of the Japanese rock group Show-Ya. The album was released on 3 September 1986 in Japan. All the songs were arranged by Tadashi Namba & Show-Ya. Despite being recorded only six months after their previous album Queendom, this album manifests a strong progression both in cohesiveness of the musicians and sound.
In 1966, The Jaybirds moved to London to back The Ivy League. In the same year, Chick Churchill joined the group as keyboard player. That November, the quartet signed a manager, Chris Wright, and changed their name to Blues Trip. Using the name Blues Yard they played one show at the Marquee Club supporting the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band. In 1968, after touring Scandinavia and the United States, Ten Years After released a second album, the live Undead, with the noteworthy song, "I'm Going Home". double album Ten Years After Recorded Live.