Albums, Blues rock, Hard rock, music, Records, Rock, Rock and Roll

Foghat – Energized

Energized is the third album by the rock group Foghat. It was released in January 1974 and certified as a gold record in the United States. The first song “Honey Hush” has hints of “Train Kept A Rollin” rendition by Aerosmith.

Great sounding album!

1 “Honey Hush” — 4:19 (Lou W. Turner)

▪ Interpolates music from “Train Kept A-Rollin’” by Tiny Bradshaw, Howard Kay, and Lois Mann.

2 “Step Outside” — 6:18 (Dave Peverett, Rod Price, Roger Earl, Tony Stevens)

3 “Golden Arrow” — 4:03 (Peverett, Price)

4 “Home in My Hand” — 5:09 (Peverett, Price)

5 “Wild Cherry” — 5:27 (Peverett, Price, Earl, Stevens, Tom Dawes)

6 “That’ll Be the Day” — 2:33 (Jerry Allison, Buddy Holly, Norman Petty)

7 “Fly by Night” — 4:47 (Stevens)

8 “Nothin’ I Won’t Do” — 6:54 (Peverett, Price)

Acid Rock, Albums, Hard rock, music, Records, Rock, Rock and Roll

Mahogany Rush – Maxoom

Maxoom is the 1973 debut studio album by the Canadian rock band Mahogany Rush. It was also the debut of Frank Marino as the band’s producer. All songs are are written by Frank Marino and the album was dedicated to Jimi Hendrix. The Mahogany Rush sound is the Canadian “Jimi Hendrix”. Great album, great sound!

Track Listing:

1 “Maxoom” – 2:52

2 “Buddy” – 3:39

3 “Magic Man” – 2:29

4 “Funky Woman” – 3:15

5 “Madness” – 4:51

6 “All in Your Mind” – 3:13

7 “Blues” – 7:08

8 “Boardwalk Lady” – 2:37

9 “Back on Home” – 3:16

10 “The New Beginning” – 1:52

Albums, Classic Rock, Hard rock, music, Records, Rock, Rock and Roll

Led Zeppelin – II

Led Zeppelin II is the second album by the English rock band Led Zeppelin, released in October 1969 in the States.

This is one of my favourite albums by this Rock band. I pretty much have all their albums on LP. I’m not sure what song is my favourite on this album, you decide.

Side one

1. “Whole Lotta Love” 5:34

2. “What Is and What Should Never Be” 4:46

3. “The Lemon Song” 6:19

4. “Thank You” 4:49

Side two

5. “Heartbreaker” 4:14

6. “Living Loving Maid (She’s Just a Woman)” 2:39

7. “Ramble On” 4:34

8. “Moby Dick” 4:20

9. “Bring It On Home” 4:19

Albums, Classic Rock, Glam Rock, Hard rock, music, Psychedelic, Records, Rock, Rock and Roll, Shock Rock

The Tubes – The Tubes

The Tubes is the debut album by The Tubes In 1975. My two favourite songs on this album is “White Punks on Dope” and “What Do You Want From Life”.

I had this album originally on 8 track which dried out and broke. In April 2018 my son in law and I were walking down Selma Ave in Los Angeles and came across The Record Parlour which sells used albums and more. I was looking through boxes and boxes of used records and low and behold I found this baby.

It’s a great album with lots of different unique sounds, each song reminds me of other bands.

Side One

1 “Up from the Deep” (The Tubes, Ray Trainer) – 4:28

2 “Haloes” (Al Kooper, Bill Spooner, Roger Steen) – 4:53

3 “Space Baby” (Bill Spooner, Mike Carpenter, Vince Welnick) – 4:25

4 “Malagueña Salerosa” (Pedro Galindo, Elpidio Ramirez) – 3:52

Side Two

1 “Mondo Bondage” (The Tubes) – 4:34

2 “What Do You Want from Life?” (Bill Spooner, Michael Evans) – 4:01

3 “Boy Crazy” (Bill Spooner) – 4:09

4 “White Punks on Dope” (Bill Spooner, Roger Steen, Michael Evans) – 6:49

Acrylic, Art, Canvas, Classic Rock, Hard rock, Mixed media, music, Records, Rock, Rock and Roll

Led Zeppelin III painting

This was a painting featured at the Archlight Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunset Blvd. It’s 48″square and I’m guessing done with acrylics. Excellent job on the piece and the album is another classic from the band. Sorry about the artist I can’t make out the name on the card beside the painting.

Albums, alternative music, CD, Hard rock, music, Records, Rock, Rock and Roll

Seether – Disclaimer 2

This is a great album with a heavy sound mixed with some softer songs. I got to meet Shaun Morgan the lead singer at the Juno’s in Saskatoon, nice guy very quiet. “Broken” with Amy Lee from Evanescence is a great duet and last song on the album.

Track Listing:

1. “Gasoline

2. “69 Tea”

3. “Fine Again

4. “Needles”

5. “Driven Under

6. “Pride”

7. “Sympathetic”

8. “Your Bore”

9. “Fade Away”

10. “Pig”

11. “Fuck It”

12. “Broken”

13. “Sold Me”

14. “Got It Made”

15. “Cigarettes”

16. “Broken” (featuring Amy Lee)

Albums, alternative music, CD, Hard rock, music, Rock, Rock and Roll

Queens of the Stone Age – Songs For The Deaf

Songs for the Deaf is the third studio album by the rock band Queens of the Stone Age. It was released in August of 2002. The album features Dave Grohl on drums.

I’ve always loved this album, it’s strange to listen to at first however it grows on you. I get the chance to see these guys live at the Forum in Los Angeles … can’t wait!