CD – Terry & The Pirate – Comanche boots

R$ 58,50

  • Ano: 1973
  • Quantidade de Músicas: 13
  • Gênero: Classic Rock
  • Gravadora: Acadia Records – ACAM8210
  • Origem: England

Featured on “Comanche Boots” are a few of the last known studio recordings of Terry and The Pirates in existence, including never before released tracks, rare demos, rehearsals and exciting live performances. “Comanche Boots” is also in many ways a celebration of 35 years of rockin’ with Terry & The Pirates. The aibum opens up with “The Cuckoo”, the only recording from the Los Angeles version or T&TP with Terry Dolan and the original “Pirate” rhythm section of Hutch Hutchinson and David Weber (both originally from Copperhead) and featuring Johnny Lee Schell from Bonnie Raitt’s and Ian McLagan’s bands on lead guitar. On June 12, 1973, Hutch and David joined Terry along with John Cipollina and Greg Douglass the first time he ever played out with a band. This was the night that Terry abd The Pirates were born.

From the Fantasy Studio Sessions on 11-21-75, deep in the vault, we found some interesting outtakes – “I Can’t Dance”, “Nicky’s Tune” and “Truer Than Blue”. “Nicky’s Tune” has some excellent rocking and rolling piano from Nicky Hopkins along with some great guitar licks from Greg Douglass and John Cipollina. (A live version of “I Can’t Dance” appeared on “Silverado Trail”). By the way Silverado Trail has been recently reissued as Return To Silverado on Evangeline Records with bonus tracks and a bonus CD.