Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
No Description Available No Track Information Available Media Type: CD Artist: JAMES GANG Title: MIAMI Street Release Date: 04/02/1991
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Media Type: CD
Artist: JAMES GANG
Street Release Date: 04/02/1991
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cd-heaven | ROCK CITY | 03/04/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The 2nd James Gang album with the legendary and deceased Tommy Bolin on guitar. It's not as strong as Bang but it has it's moments. Songs like Do It, Crusin' Down The Highway, Spanish Lover, Red Skies and the little ditty Miami Two Step are among the best this has to offer. The reason it's not as strong and compelling as Bang is because Tommy was distancing himself from the rest of the band. Disinterested and wanting to go solo he soon departed after this recording but still managed to deliver some awesome songs. Ron Kenner's voice is great and Tommy did collaborate with Roy on writing a few songs but at least half of the songs were written with Tommy Bolin and Jeff Cook, the singer of Tommy's former band Energy. A great "lost" 70's album."
Strong James Gang effort featuring great Bolin Guitar Work
cd-heaven | 05/18/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This album, the followup to the acclaimed "James Gang Bang", is a strong and somewhat overlooked album. The record features Tommy Bolin on Guitars, and Roy Kenner on Vocals. Bolin plays a variety of styles, from his trademark, searing slide guitar on "Wildfire" to some nice acoustic work (and his lead vocal) on "Spanish Lover". I particularly like "Summer Breezes"...great song and Bolin plays some great slide work, particularly on the beautiful, melodic ending. If you like any of the James Gang's work, or are a Tommy Bolin fan, you've got to add this to your collection!"
One of the best that no one knows about!
Michael S. Welninski | Denver, CO USA | 08/25/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I saw Tommy at Ebbets Field in Denver in 1974 (I was under-age then but nobody seamed to care) and have been a total fan ever since. If he hadn't partied himself to death he would be known as one the greatest guitarists of rock. My friends still wonder what he would putting out now if he was still here. From ballads like the awesome "Alexis" and the rockers like "Post Toastie" he always had something new to test "The Tune Generator". Along with "Private Eyes" and "Bang" highly recommended!"