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Chain - History Of Chain album

Chain  - History Of Chain album
Performer: Chain
Title: History Of Chain
Released: 1974
Style: Blues Rock
Genre: Rock / Blues
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 664
MP3 size: 1107 mb
FLAC size: 1797 mb

Chain are an Australian blues band formed as the Chain in late 1968 with a line-up including guitarist and vocalist, Phil Manning and lead vocalist, Wendy Saddington. Saddington left in May 1969 and in September 1970 Matt Taylor joined on lead vocals and harmonica. During the 1990s they were referred to as Matt Taylor's Chain.

Chain Live Again was released in October 1972 and Chain went on to appear at the first Sunbury Festival in January 1972. In 1973, the band singed with the new Mushroom label and issued the Two of a Kind album. Chain's rotating lineup broke up in 1974 and Mushroom issued the retrospective History of Chain album. Six years later, interest in Chain was still strong and they played at the Mushroom Evolution Concert in January 1982 to celebrate Mushroom's tenth anniversary. They re-formed permanently in 1983 and released Child of the Street in October 1985

Chain was Edinburgh musician Paul Haig's third album and was released in May 1989 on Circa Records, a subsidiary of Virgin Records. Chain, which Haig financed himself, was recorded and completed in 1988, but it sat on the shelf after the normally accommodating Les Disques Du Crepuscule decided not to take up the option of releasing it. The album was co-produced by long-time Haig cohort, Alan Rankine, instrumentalist with celebrated Dundee band, The Associates.

The album was a big hit and a tour was in the works, but they hadn’t played a show without Buckingham since he joined in late 1974. Nobody else in the band was willing to see the group die, so they hired guitar virtuoso Billy Burnette and hit the arena circuit. He stuck around through the lean years that followed when Nicks exited and the group was left opening for REO Speedwagon, but they had no use for him once Nicks and Buckingham returned in 1996 for The Dance. If that didn’t put enough expectations on her, she accepted the impossible task of taking on Nicks’ role in Fleetwood Mac for the 1995 album Time and subsequent tour. Night after night, she walked onto the stage and sang the hell out of Rhiannon and Gold Dust Woman, but nobody does Stevie like Stevie.

Album Name Live Chain. Labels Festival Records. Music StyleHard Rock. Members owning this album0. 1. The World Is Waiting. 4. Gertrude Street Blues.

2. Something I’ll Never Know. 8. Ten Years Ago. 9. Wicked World. 10. Know Down on Your Door. 11. Just Another Memory. Other productions from Ken McMahan.

Food Chain is the fifth studio album by experimental post-hardcore band The Bunny the Bear, released through Victory Records on March 18, 2014. The album reached number 15 on the Billboard Top Heatseekers chart. It is the last album to feature founding clean vocalist Chris Hutka. The album was announced in early 2014. The first single, "High Tides and Swimming Conditions" was released the following month with an accompanying lyric video

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