Live session by A Place To Bury Strangers for the does-what-it-says-on-the-tin Fuzz Club. Recorded at the end of their tour for their last album, 2018's Pinned, this recording captures the manic energy of those shows while also offering the band the chance to reflect on their songs they'd been playing. Vital document of a loud band at their loudest.
Dutch Steel from the North East. Rare never/released before tracks from the 80's and early 90's on CD. If you are into bands like Vengeance and or Jewel. Heavy Metal with a lot of fun. Grab it!
Cole was born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1942 and nicknamed 'Stranger' by his family, as they considered that he didn-t resemble any member of his family.Successful as a songwriter, writing 'In And Out The Window', which was a hit for Eric Monty' Morris. This success gave him the chance to make his recording debut in 1962, instantly finding success with singles such as 'Rough And Tough' and 'When You Call My Name' (a duet with Patsy Todd) for producer Arthur 'Duke' Reid. Further success followed with singles for Reid through to the mid-1960s, and he also worked with other producers at this time, including Clement 'Coxson... + INFO
Strangers in a Strange Land are Paul Kopf, Alec Palao and Derek See, with honorary Stranger Prairie Prince on drums.Produced and engineered by Palao, Strangers eponymous debut album was crafted throughout 2016 in the well/informed yet discerning style these San Francisco/based veterans are known for> pop music with a reverence for the past, yet with its eye fixed firmly on the future-delivered with twice the energy as fellows half their age!The music on Strangers ranges from the sarcastic freakbeat of "The Taxidermist" and "It's Her World" to the lush, harmony/filled psych/pop of "A Shadow on the Wall." "Half Century"... + INFO