"Cut the Crap" - 3rd studio album was released in 1997 and benefited from two industry heavyweights overseeing its recording: producer Mike Fraser (AC/DC, Metallica) and mixer Kevin Shirley (silverchair, Aerosmith). This album spawned the rock radio hit “Locked & Loaded,” which included guest vocals by AC/DC’s Brian Johnson. It was the first time Johnson had ever recorded with any artist but AC/DC since he joined the band 17 years earlier.
One of the less-renowned groups to emerge from London’s late 60s and early 70s club/soul circuit, Gass completed several raw-edged singles for the Parlophone Records label before embarking on a more progressive direction. Its rhythmic pulse, reminiscent in places of Santana, was enhanced by a cameo appearance by guitarist Peter Green, but the set was not a commercial success. Tench joined the Jeff Beck Group when Gass broke-up, while early saxophonist Coxhill pursued a maverick career with Delivery, Kevin Ayers and a host of experimental ensembles.
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Blending rock, blues, country, and jazz, the godfathers of Southern rock in all its wild, woolly glory. Collection includes: 'The Allman Brothers Band' (1969); 'Idlewild South' (1970); 'At Fillmore East' (1971); 'Eat A Peach' (1972); 'Brothers And Sisters' (1973).
"In the Name of Love" is the 17th album by Earth, Wind & Fire. It was released in 1997 on Rhino Records and was produced by the band's leader Maurice White for Kalimba Productions. The album was originally released in Japan only, under the title of Avatar; this pressing contained a different track list than the more widely released version. The track "Love Is Life" is a remake of its namesake which appeared on the band 's debut album, Earth, Wind & Fire.