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Trevor Burton - Fight For My Country album mp3

  • Performer: Trevor Burton
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: Fight For My Country
  • Released: 1972
  • Country: UK
  • MP3 version size: 1805 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1163 mb
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Description

Trevor Burton was born in Aston, Birmingham. In 1985 the band recorded an album entitled 'Double Zero'.

Trevor Burton - Guitar/Vocals Steve Dolan - Bass Tony Bayliss - Drums Ben Annon- Percussion Martin Curly - Guitar Mr C - Piano.

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Trevor Burton (born Trevor Ireson; 9 March 1949 in Aston, Birmingham, England) is an English guitarist and is a founding member of The Move. Burton started playing guitar at a young age and was leading his own group called The Everglades by 1963. In 1964 he joined Danny King & The Mayfair Set, along with Keith Smart (drums, formerly of The Everglades), Roger Harris (keyboards), Denis Ball (bass) and vocalist King. The band cut a couple of singles but could not break outside the Birmingham area.

Fight For My Country. 2 tracks · 2 June 1972.

co/RZKP6NI7Su for full biog. BIRMINGHAM SO WHO IS COMING. Two-way (sending and receiving) short codes: Country.

Written-By – Trevor Burton (tracks: A). Notes. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All. Cat. Fight For My Country ‎(7", Single).

A compilation album of singles and album tracks of the early Moody Blues led by Denny Laine titled An Introduction to The Moody Blues was released in 2006. Electric String Band and early solo career. After leaving the Moody Blues, Laine formed the Electric String Band in December 1966, which featured himself on guitar and vocals, Trevor Burton (of the Move) on guitar, Viv Prince (ex-Pretty Things) on drums, Binky McKenzie on bass guitar, and electrified strings in a format not dissimilar to what Electric Light Orchestra would later attempt. With Balls reissued as by Trevor Burton. Fight for My Country". 1971 (Trevor Burton). With Ginger Baker's Airforce.

Trevor Burton (of The Move) Live Record Store Day Appearance. Sat 13:00 UTC+01 · The Diskery · Birmingham, United Kingdom. STORE DAY UK on 21 April in both the UK and the US. On Long Play, Trevor plays some of his own songs as well as raw, acoustic versions of nine other songs written by Jeff Mangum, Vic Chesnutt, Eddie Vedder, John Vanderslice and more.

First up, THE rock legend that is Trevor Burton is this year's winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award. We can't wait to welcome and salute you Trevor. The Move formed in Birmingham, England in early 1966 by Roy Wood, Carl Wayne, Trevor Burton, Ace Kefford, and Bev Bevan. By that summer, they had found manager Tony Secunda, who helped them sign to „Deram. A US and Canada only compilation taking most of the Message From The Country album, chopping off 5 tracks, and replacing them with 5 songs from their final few A and B sides from singles (including their singular US chart hit, the former B side-turned A side in Do Ya). The front cover looks great but the back is a little dirty (possibly mildew from water stains?

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Tracklist

A Fight For My Country 2:55
B Fight For My Country 2:55

Notes

This is a US first-issue of the song originally released as by Balls in the UK.
One side stereo; the other side mono

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WIZ 101 Balls Fight For My Country ‎(7", Single) Wizard WIZ 101 UK 1971
WIZ 103 Trevor Burton Fight For My Country ‎(7") Wizard WIZ 103 UK 1972
5-10851 Trevor Burton Fight For My Country ‎(7", Single) Epic 5-10851 US 1972
WIZ 103 Trevor Burton Fight For My Country ‎(7", Promo) Wizard WIZ 103 UK 1972
M 25 293 Balls Fight For My Country ‎(7", Single) Metronome M 25 293 Germany 1971

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