How fun it is to have a dilema such as this. Which blog to post what on, with somewhere around 75 albums to go roughly. Well, here is a small selection for here, with a ton going over at live and otherwise tonight too. These are more of the Tor-Erik collection and some really amazing stuff to boot as well as surprises.
But first, if you have time do a friend of the blog a favor, and go to the Rockdoctor's blog
and see if you can't tell us what the name of this song is. It's been driving a friend crazy for years. It sounds really familiar but no one so far can place it.
And away we go (and STILL more to come!!):
Here's Trigger's lone LP from 1978. Good album oriented rock with some proggy touches.
And here is a really good one, Trevor Rabin's Wolf LP from the early 80's. He was a member of Yes for a while and is a brilliant guitarist.
And here's another great AOR record. This is the self titled LP from Treasure.
The first of two LPs from Balance. Great stuff . Proggy rock that is worth checking out. Members included Peppy Castro from the Blues Magoos and Bob Kulick from any number of bands mainly Kiss briefly (as was his brother Bruce for a number of years) and Alice Cooper's band.
Widowmaker (UK) - Widowmaker
Too Late To Cry
And last for now, but not least, two very good albums from late 70's band Trillion. Their self titled debut and the 2nd and I think final LP Clear Approach. I've had both of these in the past and can say they are both excellent. The 2nd is my fave of the two. Sorry could not find covers for these!
Trillion - 1st.
Trillion - Clear Approach
And I want to thank everyone for clicking those ads over at the other blog. As always the family and I appreciate it very much. And within the next half hour or so you will find a bunch of April Wine, Dan Reed and much much more there. And up next (tomorrow) even more from Tor-Erik, and I will attempt to get those requests taken care of as much as is possible.