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Young & Moody - Back For The Last Time Again (2010)

27-10-2015, 17:37
Music | Rock

Young & Moody - Back For The Last Time Again (2010)

Artist: Young & Moody
Album: Back For The Last Time Again
Year: 2010
Genre: Rock, Country Rock
Quality: 320 kbps
Format: MP3
Tracks: 33
Time Release: 02:05:21
Size Release: 325 mb


Disc 1
01. Don't Wanna Lose You Now (02:26)
02. Someone Else's Door (03:44)
03. I Thought I'd Seen It All (03:41)
04. You Make It Roll (05:13)
05 Leave Well Alone (03:46)
06. Save All Your Loving (with Ray Minhinnett) (03:57)
07. Don't You Tell Me To Go (03:11)
08. Chicago Blue (04:26)
09. The Suitcase (03:11)
10. How Can I Help You Tonight (03:34)
11. San Francisco Bay Blues (02:19)
12. Trying Not To Notice (03:52)
13. I'll Be Back (03:06)
14. Chained To Love (feat. Willie Finlayson) (04:50)
15. Sunrise To Sunset (04:04)
16. Young And Moody (03:07)

Disc 2
01. Too Young To Feel This Way (04:56)
02. All The Good Friends (03:20)
03. Four Until Late (04:48)
04. The Devil Went Down To Georgia (03:35)
05. Caroline (04:48)
06. Just Close Your Eyes (02:59)
07. Warm Winds (03:14)
08. Playing Your Game (04:08)
09. El Paso Days (02:29)
10. Seventh Sea (03:29)
11. Blues Been Fun (04:46)
12. Don't Do That (feat. Lemmy, Cozy Powell, The Nolan Sisters, Ed Hamilton) (03:36)
13. Straight To The Point (04:43)
14. Svensk Blues (with Ray Minhinnett) (04:26)
15. Fine Fine Fine (02:52)
16. Noon Time Lover (05:08)
17. I'm Going Away (03:24)

A few years before guitarist Micky Moody began his illustrious career with Whitesnake, he was playing with Snafu, who were supporting Status Quo on a 1975 tour, and he struck up a friendship with Quo’s tour manager, songwriter and harmonica player Bob Young (co-writer of “Caroline” and various other biggies), the two sharing eclectic musical tastes and an oblique sense of humour. Over the years, taking time out from their day jobs, they made a couple of albums and several singles, which drew on their love of blues, country, funk and other influences. This 2-CD set brings together for the first time a definitive anthology of their recordings, selected and compiled by Bob and Micky themselves. It includes four previously unreleased tracks, the tapes literally discovered in Bob’s garage, including a wonderful blues version of the Status Quo hit “Caroline”. It includes "Don't do that", the track that gave them a chart entry, and which features not only Cozy Powell on drums and Lemmy from Motorhead, but also the Nolan Sisters on backing vocals - the video of the track is a YouTube favourite.

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