Bonnet, Graham: Flying Not Falling 1991-1999

Bonnet, Graham SKU: 33751573
Graham Bonnet: Flying Not Falling 1991-1999

Bonnet, Graham: Flying Not Falling 1991-1999

Bonnet, Graham SKU: 33751573

Format: CD

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Title: Flying Not Falling 1991-1999
Artist: Bonnet, Graham
Label: Cherry Red
UPC: 5013929919501
Genre: Heavy Metal, Heavy Metal

Three CD collection from the legendary hard rock vocalist. Includes album tracks, live recordings and instrumental demos. This collection only covers a small part of the Graham Bonnet story, as few frontmen can claim to have had such a lengthy and far-reaching career, first finding fame as part of The Marbles duo, who enjoyed a hit with the Bee Gees' 'Only One Woman' in 1968, followed by a solo career across the 1970s, again enjoying further success with the Bee Gees on the disco flavored 'Warm Ride'. Achieving what was possibly his greatest success in 1979 for "Down To Earth" in Rainbow, Worldwide hits followed with the singles 'All Night Long' and 'Since You Been Gone'. Further solo success beckoned with the song 'Night Games' from the Line-Up album in 1981, before Graham briefly joined The Michael Schenker Group for 1982's Assault Attack. Graham then formed Alcatrazz with a then little known Swedish guitarist called Yngwie J. Malmsteen, who would be replaced by another legendary axe slinger, Steve Vai, before the singer hooked up with Chris Impellitteri and the band Impellitteri, Graham has subsequently recorded with Forcefield, Japan's Anthem, the Taz Taylor Band and Blackthorne with Bob Kulick in 1993.

1.1 The Day I Went Mad
1.2 Killer
1.3 Flying Not Falling
1.4 Hey That's Me
1.5 Lolita Crush
1.6 This Day
1.7 Model Inc
1.8 Spiked!
1.9 Greenwich Meantime
1.10 Don't Look Down
1.11 Oh! Darling
1.12 I'm Down/Lucille (Live Easington Rock Garden 22nd November 2001)
1.13 Killer (Live Coconut Teaser 23rd September 2000)
1.14 Spiked! (Live Culver City, 12th May 2000)
1.15 Don't Look Down (Live Culver City, 12th May 2000)
1.16 Since You Been Gone (Live Culver City, 12th May 2000)
1.17 Oh! Darling (Live Culver City, 12th May 2000)
2.1 Underground
2.2 Whiplash
2.3 Breakaway
2.4 Movin' on
2.5 Sail on
2.6 Cajun Pink
2.7 The Strange
2.8 Winter Skin
2.9 Lost in Hollywood
2.10 The Wind Cries Mary
2.11 Island in the Sun
2.12 Sos
2.13 Only One Woman
2.14 God Blessed Video
2.15 Will You Be Home
2.16 Tonight
2.17 All Night Long
2.18 Dancer
3.1 Something About You
3.2 Here Comes the Night
3.3 Long Time Gone
3.4 Only One Woman
3.5 Please Call Me
3.6 A Change Is Gonna Come
3.7 I'll Go Crazy
3.8 I Go to Sleep
3.9 Look Don't Touch
3.10 Eyes of a Child
3.11 Don't
3.12 What She Says, You Hear It
3.13 Means
3.14 Gone in a Minute
3.15 A Hole in My Soul
3.16 Please Call Me
3.17 Greenwich Meantime
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