Dolan, Terry: Terry Dolan

Dolan, Terry SKU: 31494496
Terry Dolan: Terry Dolan

Dolan, Terry: Terry Dolan

Dolan, Terry SKU: 31494496

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Terry Dolan
Artist: Dolan, Terry
Label: High Moon Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 636225563640
Genre: Rock

San Francisco legend Terry Dolan's previously unreleased 1972 Warner Bros. Debut is out on November 25th 2016. This lost gem is finally getting it's due with a deluxe LP release. Terry Dolan - featuring an all star cast: Nicky Hopkins (The Rolling Stones, The Kinks), John Cipollina (Quicksilver Messenger Service), Lonnie Turner (The Steve Miller Band) and Neal Schon (Santana, Journey) - is the missing link between the frenetic, guitar-driven sound of the San Francisco ballroom scene, and the increasingly expansive West Coast singer-songwriters. With it's epic guitar duels intertwining with driving piano and organ, it anticipated the jam band genre by twenty years. The album captures the dual nature of Terry himself, an East Coast folkie with a penchant for soul-stirring rock 'n' roll. Amazingly, the chemistry captured on the album's eight indelible tracks have never seen the light of day, until now.

1.1 See What Your Love Can Do
1.2 Angie
1.3 Rainbow
1.4 Inlaws and Outlaws
2.1 Purple An Blonde...?
2.2 Burgundy Blues
2.3 Magnolia
2.4 To Be for You
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