DAVISON, BRIAN -'S EVERY WHICH WAY- - (FR) BRIAN DAVISON'S EVERY WHICH WAY

DAVISON, BRIAN -'S EVERY WHICH WAY- - (FR) BRIAN DAVISON'S EVERY WHICH WAY

LP (12"/10" Album)

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Label: LONGHAIR

Release date: 29/08/2011

Barcode: 4035177001112

Catalog no.: LHC0000111

Item ID: 360878

After The Nice hat split at the end of 1969, drummer Brian Davison founded his own band Every Which Way in spring 1970. Beside Brian Davison, singer Graham Bell (Skip Bifferty, Ball & Arc) mainly characterized the bands music. They played a rather meditative and hypnotized sound with strong vocals and fine guitar and sax playing. The one and only album of the band, original released in Autumn 1970, is a very fascinating affair to relax by as well as to feel thrilled. Comes with comprehensive 4 pages insert including liner notes by Brian Davison and additional photos.

Also available: BRIAN DAVISON'S EVERY WHICH WAY (50TH ANN. ED.) (CD).

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