Thursday, November 8, 2007

China Sky - S/T (Bobby Ingram Before Molly Hatchet after Danny Joe Brown)


1. Turn On The Night
2. The Glory
3. Some Kind of Miracle
4. Winner Takes It All
5. All The Time
6. Only the Young
7. Reckless Days.
8. Lost In Your Love
9. Dancing on The Edge
10. The Last Romantic Warrior

O.K. I'm just gonna say that the only reason I'm posting this is because of the relationship to Molly Hatchet and The Danny Joe Brown Band. Because track 10 should tell you what kind of album this is. It sounds as if there trying to write the score for the next Karate Kid. Damn cocaine was a hell of a drug in the 80's and the music reflects that 100% I mean Bobby lets loose a few rips but the songwriteing was for sure ment for pop radio of the time - Skynfan

china sky - album credits

Bob Marlette Synthesizer, Percussion
Ron Perry Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Karl Richardson Producer
Frank Wildhorn Piano, Piano (Grand), Producer
Tony Lane Art Direction
Nancy Donald Art Direction
Jean-Francois Podevin Illustrations
Richard Smith Bass, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Wiley & Flynn Photography
China Sky Main Performer
Chuck Barth Synthesizer
Tom Coerver Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Andy de Ganahl Engineer
Bobby Ingram Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar, Vocals (Background), Vocals, Mandolin

Monday, November 5, 2007


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Be Good / How Can I Tell You / Put On Your Shoes And Walk / You Better Move On / Funk #49 / You Are My Sunshine / Whatever Turns You On / Darling You're All That I Had / Slip Away / I Don't Really Want You

A guitarist, singer, and young instrumental genius from Memphis who cut his first record at the tender age of twelve, Travis Wammack is one of the great unheralded guitarists of rock & roll. A contemporary of Lonnie Mack, Wammack was simply the fastest guitar player in a town bursting at the seams with great guitarists. By the time he was 17, he appeared on the national charts with "Scratchy," a speed-burner instrumental featuring incredible distortion and dazzling technique. Several incredible singles followed, but none charted. By the late '60s, Wammack had moved into session work at the FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL, playing on countless hits. He continues recording and touring to the present day (recently working as musical director for Little Richard), his hot and speedy guitar chops intact. ~ Cub Koda, All Music Guide

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Barry Lee Harwoods' comments about the Live Alias Recording

Howdy Folks I e-mailed Barry Lee to see what he had to say about whether or not he was on the recording and this was his reply. -Skynfan

This is Barrylee Harwood - thanks so much for the e-mail and question - I did not play on this recording - during this period of time the newly formed Rossington Collins Band was writing/rehearsing - I did (as you know) play on the Alias album and although I haven't heard the show you're talking about I'm assuming that whoever played guitar was copying the parts I played on the record???? I dunno! Maybe that's why it sounds like me.
I'm not sure about Skip - he may have worked with Jimmy in "Black Bear Angel" - you should contact him or Dorman for all the facts so that info doesn't get off track!
I'm currently in the studio with my new band CHARIOT - working on the debut album - if you still get tingles when you hear "the old stuff", you're gonna flip out when you hear what's comin' down the pike from me!
Hope this helps you.
HeartStrings are tied,

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  • Founding member, guitarist, songwriter with "The Allen Collins Band"
  • Co-producer of the MCA album release "Here There & Back"
  • Songwriter, acoustic, electric & slide guitars, dobro, mandolin, lead & backing vocals with "The Rossington Collins Band", Co-producer of MCA album releases "Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere" and "This Is The Way We R.C."
  • Guitarist, songwriter, vocalist with "Studebaker Hawk"
  • Acoustic guitars, mandolin, electric & slide guitars, pedal steel, vocals with "Melanie" on the albums "Sunset & Other Beginnings" / "As I See It Now" and during a European concert tour.
  • Electric guitars, lapsteel with "Lobo" on the albums "Of A Simple Man" & "Lobo" and during a concert tour of the U.S.A. Australia, New Zealand and Germany.
  • Paul Davis - "Southern Tracks & Fantasies"
  • Jim Stafford - "Swamp Witch"
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd sessions include:
  • Dobro, mandolin - "Made In The Shade" ("Nuthin' Fancy")
  • Mandolin - "All I Can Do Is Write About It" ("Gimme Back My Bullets")
  • Dobro - "Honky Tonk Night Time Man" ("Street Survivors")
  • Co-wrote and produced the theme song for the “Rainbow Drought Relief”
Barrylee Has Worked With
Lynyrd Skynyrd, Rossington Collins Band, Allen Collins Band, Lobo, Alias, Melanie, Paul Davis, Ron Price, Jim Stafford, Joe South

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Barrylee Was A Member Of These Bands
Rossington Collins Band (1980-1982)
Allen Collins Band (1983)
Hlubeck/Harwood Band (1988)
Little Maggie Band (1989)
Timepiece (1990)
Israel (1972)

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Barrylee Has Appeared On
  • Lobo Of a Simple Man (1972) Electric Guitar
  • Lobo Calumet (1973) Electric Guitar
  • Ronn Price Magical Musical World of Ronn Price (1974) Electric and Steel Guitar
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd Nuthin' Fancy (1975) Dobro, Mandolin
  • Mike Heron Mike Herons Reputation (1975) Electric Guitar
  • Melanie As I See It Now (1975) Electric and Steel Guitar, Vocals
  • Paul Davis Southern Tracks & Fantasies (1976) Electric Guitar
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd Gimme Back My Bullets (1976) Dobro, Mandolin
  • Alias Contraband (1979) Electric Guitar
  • Rossington Collins Band Anytime Anyplace Anywhere (1980) Accoustic, Electric, Slide Guitars; Backing Vocals, Co-Producer
  • Rossington Collins Band This Is the Way (1982) Accoustic, Electric, Slide Guitars, Dobro, Mandolin; Lead and Backing Vocals, Co-Producer
  • Allen Collins Band Here, There & Back (1983) Accoustic, Electric, Slide Guitars; Lead and Backing Vocals
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd Solo Flytes (1999)
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd Nuthin' Fancy/Second Helping/Street Survivors (2001) Dobro, Mandolin
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd Nuthin' Fancy [Expanded Edition] Dobro, Mandolin
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd Street Survivors [Expanded Edition] (2001) Dobro

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"Don't Misunderstand Me"
"Rossington-Collins, The Allen Collins Band and Beyond"
Ace Moreland Benefit

Alex Taylor - Voodoo in Me (1989 Very Rare Southern Rock)

Alex Taylor - Voodoo in Me

01. Voodoo In You 3:18
02. He Will Break Your Heart 4:18
03. Tequila Quicksand 3:11
04. Catch Me When I Fall 4:00
05. Smokin' At The Gas Pump 3:00
06. Vanessa 3:04
07. Graveyard Dogs 3:22
08. You Got A Way With Me 3:21
09. Time On The Inside 4:23
10. North Carolina 4:19

Alex Taylor - Vocals
James Taylor - Vocals
Jim Shepley - Guitar
Ernie Lancaster - Guitar
Dru Lombar - Guitar
Bryan Bassett - Guitar
Tommy Talton - Guitar
Donald Kinsey - Guitar & Back Vocals
Lucky Peterson - Keyboards & Back Vocals
Gregg Allman - Keyboards
Bob Greenlee - Bass
Jim Payne - Drums
Denny Best - Drums
Noble 'Thin Man' Watts - Tenor Sax
Lawson 'Buzz' Montsinger - Tenor Sax
Bill Samuel - Tenor & Baritone Sax
Sylvestor Polk - Trumpet
'Jumpin' Johnny Sansone - Harmonica
Vyki Z. Walls - Back Vocals
Yvonne Jackson - Back Vocals
Ron Prince - Back Vocals
Ralph Kinsey - Back Vocals
Kenneth Kinsey - Back Vocals

® 1989 King Snake Records


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