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Symphonic Slam - Symphonic Slam album mp3


Tracklist

Universe 6:39
Everytime 4:22
Fold Back 2:48
I Won't Cry 2:51
Let It Grow 3:53
Modane Train 4:17
Times Run Short 2:46
Days 4:58
Summer Rain 1:54
How Do You Stand 4:55

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SP 9023 Symphonic Slam Symphonic Slam ‎(LP, Album, Promo) A&M Records SP 9023 Canada 1976
28411 XOT Symphonic Slam Symphonic Slam ‎(LP) A&M Records 28411 XOT Netherlands 1976
PSP-4619 Symphonic Slam Symphonic Slam ‎(LP, Album) A&M Records PSP-4619 Portugal 1976
L 3611, SP-9023 Symphonic Slam Symphonic Slam ‎(LP, Album) Festival Records, A&M Records L 3611, SP-9023 Australia 1976
SP-4619 Symphonic Slam Symphonic Slam ‎(LP, Album) A&M Records SP-4619 US 1976
SP 9023 Symphonic Slam Symphonic Slam ‎(LP, Album) A&M Records SP 9023 Canada 1976
SP-4619 Symphonic Slam Symphonic Slam ‎(LP, Promo) A&M Records SP-4619 US 1976
GP 2025 Symphonic Slam Symphonic Slam ‎(LP, Album) A&M Records GP 2025 Japan 1977
PCCY-10179 Symphonic Slam Symphonic Slam ‎(CD, Album) A&M Records PCCY-10179 Japan 1991
FGBG 4366.AR Symphonic Slam Symphonic Slam ‎(CD, Album) Musea FGBG 4366.AR France 2001


Symphonic Slam - Symphonic Slam album mp3
Performer: Symphonic Slam
Genre: Rock
Title: Symphonic Slam
Country: Canada
Released: 1976
Style: Prog Rock, Symphonic Rock
MP3 version ZIP size: 1219 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1946 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 476
Other Formats: WAV WMA APE DMF AHX MPC DXD

RUsich155
How do we know the difference between this promo and the regular release?
uspeh
great album i just found this yesterday while digging the crates
MeGa_NunC
Track 1 "Universe" is a cover of Neil Merryweather's track "Road To Hades" from his release "Space Rangers" with new lyrics: http://www.discogs.com/Neil-Merryweather-Space-Rangers/master/261485
elegant stranger
Canadian band formed in Toronto. This, their debut was a pretty decent slice of 70s space rock/prog, with a funky groove.The band was; Timo Laine-360 systems polyphonic guitar synth/vocals, David Stone-Keyboards/background vocals, John Lowry-Drums/background vocals.This LP was hailed as being one of the 1st ever guitar synthesizer albums. Timo Laine helps give this a very dark and ominous presence at times, and there are some very original and unique sounds happening here.Keyboard player, David Stone is an incredibly talented player in his own right, and is classically trained. He went on to replace Tony Carey in 'Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow'. Hard to believe this is the same guy that later played on 'Rainbow' classics like 'Long Live Rock and Roll' and 'Kill the King', but it's really him.Sometimes it may be hard for the average listener to distinguish between Timos guitar synth, and Davids Keyboards.I was fortunate enough to see Symphonic Slam on three different occasions in Toronto, and I've always felt that David Stone could have made at least one really good solo album.Each live show they performed, David would go into a 20 minute solo, displaying his massive keyboard arsenal, and his virtuosity. Very much in the same vein as Rick Wakeman.Synphonic Slam's music was much better live back in 1976, than on this album. But thus is the case with many bands. Too bad they didn't release more after this.Anyways, these guys made some pretty good music together, and though it may not come close to many other big name prog bands in terms of achievement or longevity, it's still worth checking out.