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Опубликовано: 21 дек. 2015 г. Don't Say Goodnight ~ Jon Butcher Axis.
The jon butcher axis wind IT up from the album stare at the sun 1984.
Jon Butcher Axis was invited to tour with Boston's already world-famous J. Geils Band through Peter Wolf, for their 1982 Freeze Frame American tour, culminating in three sold out night shows at the Boston Garden. It was the experience of performing in the Freeze Frame tour that led to Jon Butcher Axis first international record deal with PolyGram Records. This began a recording and touring career which saw the release of 'The Jon Butcher Axis' and 'Stare at the Sun'. 1983 saw the release of their first and self-titled album, The Jon Butcher Axis, featuring "Life Takes A Life". Other notable tracks included "Ocean in Motion" and "Walk Like This". Don't Say Goodnight" (4:28). Derek Blevins - Percussion, Drums Jon Butcher - Guitar, Vocals, Producer, Liner Notes, Graphic Design, Art Direction Thom Gimbel - Keyboards, Saxophone, Vocals (Background) Larry Mah - Mastering.
Artist: Jon Butcher Axis. Album: An Ocean in Motion (Live in Boston 1984), 2004. Tina Turner - We Don't Need Another Hero. Anita Ward - Ring My Bell.
Jon Butcher cut a path through the Boston rock & roll scene when his Johanna Wilde band started making some noise as a terrific mainstream act like their contemporary, Charlie Farren, bucking the "new wave" trend and establishing a presence by staying true to the music's mission. Johanna Wilde evolved into Jon Butcher Axis, and that both of his 1980s major label releases on Polydor are out of print in the new millennium certainly leaves a void for fans, of which there were many. The same loop of applause with an annoying and lengthy whistle comes up in between tracks (most noticeably on an otherwise excellent "Don't Say Goodnight. ) The Dayton, Ohio label Atom Records must be commended for getting Butcher's music out there, but it's like that studio version of "Fortune Teller" that the Rolling Stones tagged on to Got Live If You Want It!: the fake applause just desecrates otherwise fine music.
B2. Walk On The Moon. Arranged By – The Jon Butcher Axis. Art Direction – Bill Levy. Bass – Chris Martin (23). Design – Peter Corriston. Drums – Derek Blevins. Guitar, Vocals – Jon Butcher. Management, Executive-Producer – Noel Love.
John Butcher Axis is the eponymous debut studio album by Jon Butcher Axis, released in 1983 on Polydor/PolyGram Records. The single "Life Takes a Life" reached number 26 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart. The album reached number 91 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart.
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As anyone who picked up a copy of the self-titled Jon Butcher Axis album upon its original release in 1983 would concur, here was a star on the rise. Such an upwards trajectory was well deserved given his undeniable talent, the quality of that debut and the ensuing sophomore affair Stare at the Sun. Songs like Wind it up and Don't say Goodnight are certainly songs that deserve your attention. The result of his success afforded further growing popularity for the band, which added the opportunity to tour with Rush ('Signals' tour '83), Def Leppard ('Pyromania' tour '83) and Scorpions ('Hurricane' tour '84). Jon Butcher has an undeniable talent and this 10 track album from the classic early eighties era shows just what this man had to offer.
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