Friday, December 04, 2009


©1975 tracks 1-11 / 1976 tracks 12-15
Cherry Red Records  320 Kbps CD rip.

The band's self-titled debut album was released in 1975. The lead single, "Only You Can", was a Top 10 hit in the UK Singles Chart, the follow-up "Imagine Me Imagine You" also reached the Top 20[1] and "He's Got Magic" was a hit in some European countries. Also the track "Love Ship" was played extensively on Radio Caroline, and was subsequently adopted as one of their theme tunes in the 1970s.
Noosha Fox (Susan Traynor) - vocals, harmonies
After FOX she went solo and had a minor hit with "Georgina Bailey". She als recorded "The Heat is On" wich became a big hit for Agneta Faltskog a few years later.
Kenny Young - rhytm guitar, vocals
After FOX he became a record producer but he will always be known for writing the song "Under the Boardwalk" for The Drifters in the 60's.
Herbie Armstrong - lead guitar, vocals
Before and after Fox he was a bandmember of Van Morrison. He made one soloalbum wich can be found here.
Gary Taylor - bass, vocals
After FOX he made a few solo albums and worked as a sessionmusician. In the 60's he was a member of "The Herd" together with Peter Frampton
Pete Solley - keyboards, vocals
Pete Solley joined Whitesnake on keyboards in 1977 for "Snakebite" and also joined Procul Harum for "Something Magic". Then started as a writer/producer (f.i. Romantics - What I Like About You) 
Jim Frank - drums, percussion, vocals
Worked as a soundengineer for Alice Cooper and Peter Gabriel and played drums on several albums by various artists.
Tracklist: 01.Love Letters 2:50 / 02.Imagine Me, Imagine You 3:22 / 03.The Joggler 3:12 / 04.Patient Tigers 3:05 / 05.Only You Can 3:03 / 06.The More 1:06 / 07.Spirit 2:52 / 08.He's Got Magic 3:32 / 09.Pisces Babies 3:42 / 10.Love Ship 2:48 / 11.Red Letter Day 3:12
Bonustracks: 12.Out of My Body 2:58 / 13.If I Point At The Moon 3:06 / 14.Georgina Bailey 3:58 / 15.Pretty Boy 3:32

1 comment:

Canada Spaceman said...

ah, I am too late to download this..rapdishare is dead...argh
only recently heard some of their music online