Blackfoot - Siogo / Vertical Smiles mp3 flac
Blackfoot - Vertical Smiles (1984).
Vertical Smiles Released: 1984 Label: Atco Records Produced By: Al Nalli & Eddy Offord Track List 1. Morning Dew (00:00) (Written by Bonnie Dobson) . .
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Both Vertical Smiles and SIOGO are very difficult to find in most markets due to their initial and longstanding lack of commercial success. That is not to say that this particular Blackfoot effort is without merit. This is a good record and still fun to listen to once in a while, even though the sound is a bit dated. This album is Blackfoot evolving and changing, trying new things and trying to fit in with the sounds of the times that were making money. Was it pressure by the label, band members, or others that made them start slipping away from their Southern Rock roots? In any case, it is a different sound for them.
Vertical Smiles is the seventh studio album by Southern rock band Blackfoot. It is the second and last album to feature former Uriah Heep keyboardist Ken Hensley and the first without guitarist Charlie Hargrett who left during the recording of the album over disagreements with the rest of the band and management. Side one. "Morning Dew" (Bonnie Dobson cover) - 5:27. Living in the Limelight" (Peter Cetera cover) - 4:02.
Blackfoot - Vertical Smiles (1984). Artist/Band: Blackfoot (USA). Album: Vertical Smiles. Genre: Rock, Hard Rock (Southern Rock). Format: MP3 (CBR 320 kbit/s).
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BPM Profile Vertical Smiles. Album starts at 114BPM, ends at 127BPM (+13), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Blackfoot. Rick Medlocke and Blackfoot.
Blackfoot was always the heaviest of the great Southern rock movement, and on Siogo(reputedly either a Native American word for "closeness" or a crude groupie acronym, probably the latter) the boys try to break into the metal market and regain their brief hold on American audiences. Staunch metallists will recognize the touch of producer Al Nalli (from Axe's similarly excellent Nemesis) and a new bit of European muscle from Uriah Heep's Ken Hensley on the keyboards. Heart's Grown Cold" treats the Nazareth dirge like a lost classic, and virtually transforms it into one as a result (The next and basically last Blackfoot burner, Vertical Smiles, houses another Nazareth standard in "Morning Dew," as well as the lost Peter Cetera nugget "Livin' in the Limelight," but that's another album.
The five bestselling albums from Florida rockers Blackfoot, includes Strikes, Marauder, Siogo, Vertical Smiles and Tomcattin'. Original Album Series: Blackfoot (2013) Re-up. Blackfoot was always the heaviest of the great Southern rock movement, and on Siogo(reputedly either a Native American word for "closeness" or a crude groupie acronym, probably the latter) the boys try to break into the metal market and regain their brief hold on American audiences.
|1||Send Me An Angel|
|3||Heart's Grown Cold|
|4||We're Goin' Down|
|6||Goin' In Circles|
|7||Run For Cover|
|8||White Man's Land|
|12||Living In The Limelight|
|13||Ride With You|
|14||Get It On|
|17||A Legend Never Dies|
|18||Heartbeat And Heels|
|19||In For The Kill|
NotesCD released with a 4-page booklet in a standard jewel case with black tray
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