Moonalice Dave’s Way EP Vol 7

This albums includes the core of the Moon­al­ice live set, as record­ed in a stu­dio with ace engi­neer and pro­duc­er Dave Way. Song list for Dav­e’s Way #4: • Last Fron­tier • Hap­py End­ings • No End to Love • Coconut Wire­less • Hal­lelu­jah Release date 2012.

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Moonalice Dave’s Way EP Vol 8

This albums includes the core of the Moon­al­ice live set, as record­ed in a stu­dio with ace engi­neer and pro­duc­er Dave Way. Song list for Dav­e’s Way #8: • Rome Burns • Green­port • The Man In Me • Angle of Repost • Diana’s Up & Danc­ing Release date 2012.

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Moonalice Dave’s Way EP Vol 6

This albums includes the core of the Moon­al­ice live set, as record­ed in a stu­dio with ace engi­neer and pro­duc­er Dave Way. Song list for Dav­e’s Way #6: Already Cried Those Tears Live To Love Lost At Sea Expi­ra­tion Day Fair To Even Odds 

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Pete Sears The Long Haul

Pete Sears with guest singer Dav­ey Pat­ti­son and oth­er Sundry Char­ac­ters Track List­ings 1. Broth­er John 2. Fair To Even Odds 3. Eliz­a­beth 4. Old Friends 5. Darien 6. Mis­sis­sip­pi 7. Marin Coun­ty Blues 8. Mead­way Rag 9. Sweet Def­i­n­i­tion 10. 12 Long Years And No Parole 11. Shady Lane 12. Chi­a­pas 13. Dance With The Past 14. Bor­der Cross­ing 15. […]

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1971. Rod Stewart. “Every Picture Tells a Story”. Mercury Records.

1971. “Every Pic­ture Tells a Sto­ry” Rod Stew­art. This was the third solo album by Rod Stew­art, and the sec­ond one I played on, released in the mid­dle of 1971. It became Stew­art’s most crit­i­cal­ly acclaimed album, and for many became the stan­dard by which all of his sub­se­quent albums were judged. I played all […]

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1970–71. Stoneground. Warner Brothers.

1970, France. Stone­ground shoots album cov­er at “The White Sand Pit of Bour­ron” near Fontainebleau out­side Paris. My Eng­lish girl­friend at the time, Lucy Daniel, in a moment of inspi­ra­tion carved out the name Stone­ground in the sand with a shovel…it made the cov­er come to life. That’s us stand­ing on top in the middle…Lucy […]

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1970 Rod Stewart “Gasoline Alley” inside album cover photos.

1970, Rod Stew­art. “Gaso­line Alley” Inside Cov­er Shot. The pho­to was tak­en at Rod Stew­art’s house in north Lon­don. “Gaso­line Alley’s” ses­sion musi­cians. Left to right: Pete Sears, Micky Waller, Mar­tin Quit­ten­ton. Ron Wood who is not in this shot played gui­tar on the album and Ian McLa­gan organ. I played piano on “Coun­try Com­fort’s” and bass on “Cut […]

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1970. Pete Sears at the “Fillmore West”. Silver Metre.

1970. Me play­ing a Gib­son EBO bass at Fill­more West, San Fran­cis­co, with Sil­ver Metre. I was intro­duced to Jan­ice Joplin by a mutu­al friend “Super Groupie” Zany Dani while Sil­ver Metre and Jan­ice’s band were sit­ting in adja­cent booths at the famous “Tri­dent” restau­rant in Sausal­i­to, Cal­i­for­nia. We hit it off and end­ed up […]

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1970. Silver Metre. Inside album cover.

Left to right: Leigh Stephens (in back, Blue Cheer) me (in fore­ground with mous­tache), Micky Waller (in back, Jeff Beck), Har­ry Reynolds (Hair Band). I had met Leigh and his old lady at the time Liz, when Micky Waller took me over to a mews cot­tage they were rent­ing in Lon­don around Jan­u­ary or Feb­ru­ary ’69. He […]

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1970. Silver Metre. National General Records.

1969–1970. Sil­ver Metre. Formed in Venice Beach and San­ta Mon­i­ca, Cal­i­for­nia after my first trip to the Unit­ed States at age 21. We record­ed our first of a two album deal with Nation­al Gen­er­al Records at Tri­dent Stu­dios, War­dour St, Lon­don. Our man­agers were Char­lie Osborne, and lat­er Tom Don­ahue who got us the deal. […]

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1969. Jade. “Fly On Strange Wings”. D.J.M. Records. “Trident Studios” London.

1969. Released 1970. Mar­i­anne Segal & JADE “Fly On Strange Wings”. CD. Me sit­ting on left, Michael Rosen seat­ed on floor (Fotheringay, Mogul Thrash), Jim­my Lither­land ( Mogul Thrash, Colos­se­um) I played bass on all the tracks of this album which was released the fol­low­ing year: I used a Gib­son EB0 which I played a […]

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1969. Steamhammer. “Reflection”. Blues. London.

1969 Steamham­mer “Reflec­tion”. Bellaphon/CBS Steamham­mer (aka Reflec­tion) was the debut album issued in 1969 by the British blues-rock band Steamham­mer. Steamham­mer was cho­sen as leg­endary blues gui­tarist Fred­dy King’s back­ing band when­ev­er he toured Eng­land. The musi­cians in the band were Mar­tin Quit­ten­ton (gui­tar), Kier­an White (vocals, gui­tar, har­mon­i­ca), Mar­tin Pugh (gui­tar), Steve Davy (bass), […]

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