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No Artist - Steel Wheels - Open Track album mp3

  • Performer: No Artist
  • Genre: Audio files
  • Title: Steel Wheels - Open Track
  • Released: 1965
  • Style: Field Recording
  • MP3 version size: 1280 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1864 mb
  • Other: XM APE MPC MOD AUD DTS AU
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 812

Description

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The Steel Wheels are an American roots music, Americana group of folk musicians, based in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. The Steel Wheels are an Americana roots band from Harrisonburg, Virginia. Trent Wagler is lead vocalist, mountain banjo player, guitarist and the band's primary songwriter. Jay Lapp plays mandolin, guitar, electric guitar and sings. Brian Dickel plays upright bass, electric bass, and sings. Eric Brubaker plays fiddle and sings. Kevin Joaquin Garcia plays percussion and keyboards.

The Steel Wheels is an American roots music group of folk musicians based in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. The band is rooted in musical styles that explore the territories between blues and bluegrass, old-time sing-alongs and foot-stompin’ fiddle tunes. They are subtle innovators who respect the past but whistle their own tunes, layering in rich textures and decidedly modern energy to forge a new sound.

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The Rolling Stones - Steel Wheels (1989).

Steel Wheels is a good album and all, but this is how the Stones might sound today if Keith had spent his salad days banging steroids instead of smack. Stare It Cold" concludes the album with the same stirring Ron Wood-derived power chords that open it, and the miniraveup near the end gives a nice indication of the Crowes' live chops. Once you get past surface similarities, Shake Your Money Maker delivers a kick all its own. Unfortunately, repeated exposure to A Bit of What You Fancy has quite the opposite effect. Junkyard opens with an explosive track called "Blooze," a beautifully succinct, heart-rending statement of purpose. I ain't talkin' 'bout no lightweight, pennyante weekend warrior," singer David Roach declares; then he proceeds to scat, shriek and spit his way to oblivion.

As well as effectively setting the template for the band's most successful efforts, the album's songs positively gleamed with a bright, metallic sheen similar to that exhibited by the chrome eagle hoisting a motorcycle wheel on its iconic cover

Recorded: 29 March - 5 May 1989, 15 May - 29 June 1989, Air Studios (Montserrat) Producer: Chris Kimsey and The Glimmer Twins. 1. Sad Sad Sad. Fling you out into orbit No one's going to hear you shout And fools aren't going to follow You don't send the sleaze about. CHORUS Now you're sad sad sad Sad sad sad Sad sad sad But you're gonna be fine. The elephant's in the bedroom Throwing all his weight about And.

Tracklist

A-1 Northbound Brill Car 166
B-1 Southbound Brill Bullet 208