Eric Quincy Tate - Can't Keep A Good Band Down album FLAC
Eric Quincy Tate was the best Southern Rock jam band from the 1970s based in Atlanta. The medley of Honky Tonk Man with the original tune No Rollin' Boogie opened the band's third album "EQT". Here's a live performance from the TV program Playback, taped on 2/23/75.
Members: David Cantonwine, Donnie McCormick, Joseph Rogers, Tommy Carlisle, Wayne Sauls. Variations: Viewing All Eric Quincy Tate. EQT, Eric Quince Tate. Can't Keep A Good Band Down (Album).
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White helped get them signed to Capricorn and produced their self-titled 1971 debut, which sank into collector cult status not too long after its release and remained there until Rhino Handmade reissued it in 2006. Not that there's anything wrong with the original Eric Quincy Tate as an album - far from it, really.
Eric Quincy Tate is pure swamp pop, mixing up soul, blues, country, and rock & roll into a dynamite concoction of thick, funky roots rock
Uriah Heep released their debut album Very 'eav. ery 'umble (called Uriah Heep in the . After its release, Keith Baker became the group's drummer; he recorded Salisbury, the group's second album, before deciding he couldn't keep up with the band's extensive touring and was replaced by Ian Clarke. Salisbury, featuring a 16-minute title track recorded with a 26-piece orchestra, showcased the band's more progressive tendencies.
1 Stonehead Blues 2 I Want 'Cha 3 Try a Little Harder 4 On the Loose 5 Makes No Difference 6 When I'm Gone 7 Comin' Down 8 Hooker House 9 The Bream Are Still Biting in Ferriday 10 Ain't It a Bummer 11 License to Love Bonus Tracks 12 Stonehead Blues (Demo) 13 Comin' Down (Demo) 14 Ain't It. a Bummer (Demo) 15 Gimme Some Lovin' 16 Blowin' the Clouds Away (Alternate Version) 17 Get on the Road 18 I Don't Know Much. You are an unconditional fan of ERIC QUINCY TATE ? Check if you have all the collection.
The founding members of Eric Quincy Tate are Tommy Carlisle and Donnie McCormick. Tommy and Donnie met in 1963 when Tommy joined Donnie's band "The Kings. The band had several regional hits cutting for the Jox label in San Antonio, Texas. Tommy, Donnie, and two other members of "The Kings" served two years in The United States Navy aboard the aircraft carrier USS Essex from 1966-1968. 77 BPM. Chattahoochee Coochee Man.
Can't You See What You're Doing to Me. 4:39. 12 Songs, 49 Minutes. Released: 6 May 1997. 1997 blind pig records. More By Tommy Castro.
The Dude is a 1981 studio album released and recorded by Quincy Jones. The album produced three . Top 40 hits and features the debut of vocalist James Ingram on the singles "Just Once" and "One Hundred Ways," which reached No. 17 and 14, respectively, on the Billboard Hot 100. ("One Hundred Ways" was sampled by MF Doom for the track "Rhymes Like Dimes," from his debut solo album, Operation: Doomsday.
|Hit The Road Jack||2:42|
|Shake, Rattle, And Roll||3:03|
|Whiskey Woman Blues / I Can't Turn You Loose / Whiskey Woman Blues Reprise||13:03|
|No Rollin' Boogie||5:30|
|EQT-1||Eric Quincy Tate||Can't Keep A Good Band Down (LP, Album, Ltd)||EQT Records||EQT-1||US||1977|
|EQT-CD004, 041||Eric Quincy Tate||Can't Keep A Good Band Down (2xCDr, Album, RE)||EQT Records, EQT Records||EQT-CD004, 041||US||2008|