El gusano progresivo es un bicho que avanza lentamente comiéndose lo malo y abriendo el camino a nuevas sensaciones
EL GUSANO PROGRESIVO I
Aqui en este blog van a encontrar musica de todo tipo y color ya que este es un espacio creado para el disfrute de los que amamos el arte en sus distintas expresiones,aqui no se vende nada solo se sube material para mostrarlo al mundo y que se conozca.El gusano progresivo intenta democratizar los medios para tener toda la cultura que nos merecemos!!!
lunes, 18 de abril de 2011
Desolation Angels is a 1979 album by the hard rock band Bad Company. It was their 5th studio release. Paul Rodgers revealed on In the Studio with Redbeard (which devoted an episode to Desolation Angels) that the album's title came from the novel of the same name by Jack Kerouac.
Desolation Angels was recorded at Ridge Farm Studios in Surrey, England in late 1978.
It is considered the last strong album by Bad Company, mostly because it contains the last big hit by them, "Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy," written by Paul Rodgers which its inspiration came from a guitar synthesizer riff that Rodgers came up with.
"Gone, Gone, Gone", written by bassist Boz Burrell, also received substantial airplay on rock stations. It was the first of only three songs he ever wrote for the band, but is widely revered as one of the band's finest compositions.
1."Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy" (Paul Rodgers) – 3:20
2."Crazy Circles" (Paul Rodgers) - 3:32
3."Gone, Gone, Gone" (Boz Burrell) - 3:50
4."Evil Wind" (Paul Rodgers) - 4:22
5."Early in the Morning" (Paul Rodgers) - 5:45
1."Lonely for Your Love" (Mick Ralphs) - 3:26
2."Oh, Atlanta" (Mick Ralphs) - 4:08
3."Take the Time" (Mick Ralphs) - 4:14
4."Rhythm Machine" (Simon Kirke/Boz Burrell) - 3:44
5."She Brings Me Love" (Paul Rodgers) - 4:42
Paul Rodgers – vocals, guitar, piano, synthesisers
Mick Ralphs– guitar, keyboards
Simon Kirke – drums
Boz Burrell – bass