9 thoughts on “ Goodbye, Soul Shy - Bachman-Turner-Bachman - Bachman-Turner-Bachman As Brave Belt (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. the solo LP, Axe, and then forming a more metal-oriented band. called Brave Belt with Allan and bassist C.F. Turner. The group also. included Bachman's drummer brother Robbie. Their other.
  2. Jan 13,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Bachman-Turner-Bachman As Brave Belt on Discogs. Label: Reprise Records - MS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock/5(19).
  3. May 13,  · Bachman reunited with Allan to form Brave Belt, but the country-folk project, heavily influenced by such bands as Poco and Buffalo Springfield, proved unsuccessful and short-lived.
  4. Apr 26,  · Fred Turner spent some time with Bachman in Brave Belt before joining him in the group which bears his name. He provided the vocals for such hits as “Let It Ride” and “Roll On Down The Highway.
  5. Bachman-Turner-Bachman as Brave Belt -Bachman Turner Overdrive BTO with Chad Allan Original recording Bachman Turner Overdrive Format: Vinyl out of 5 stars 60 ratings/5(60).
  6. Sandwiched between his time with The Guess Who and the gear-jammin' BTO, guitarist Randy Bachman fronted Brave Belt. Brave Belt II, issued in , served as a boilerplate for the hammer-down Bachman-Turner Overdrive. The eleven song release from the burly boys out of drop-the-puck Canada rides the blues rock and country-fried boogie rails.
  7. Oct 13,  · Not a day goes by that classic rock radio stations don’t play a Randy Bachman song. Whether it’s the Guess Who tearing through “American Woman” or Bachman-Turner Overdrive’s “Takin’ Care Of Business,” the songs of the seventies that Bachman helped create are a .
  8. Randy Bachman Vinyl Record Albums Randolph Charles Bachmann: Guitarist and singer, born September 27, , Winnipeg, Canada. He was a key member of rock groups  The Guess Who, Brave Belt, Ironhorse and  Bachman-Turner Overdrive.  He left Bachman-Turner Overdrive in when he started his solo career.
  9. Over the past two decades, Randy Bachman and Fred Turner never strayed far from each other -- usually playing in the form of some kind of reunion gig -- but ’s Bachman & Turner marks their first recorded collaboration in two decades. It’s no insult to say that apart from a handful of lyrical concerns, Bachman & Turner could have been released over 20 years ago, so faithful it is to the.

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