9 thoughts on “ Marching Powder - Tommy Bolin - Teaser (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Label: Nemperor Records - NE • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Monarch Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Classic Rock, Heavy Metal Tommy Bolin - Teaser (, Monarch Pressing, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(57).
  2. Label: Nemperor Records - NE • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Presswell Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock Tommy Bolin - Teaser (, Presswell Pressing, Vinyl) | Discogs 4/5(68).
  3. Teaser and Tommy Bolin defy categorisation. Teaser was released on Nemperor which was a subsidiary of Columbia and usually housed jazz and experimental pieces. The fact Tommy's album appeared through this label gives an indication of the scope and /5().
  4. Side 1 1. “The Grind” (Bolin/Cook/Sheldon/Tesar) – 2. “Homeward Strut” (Bolin) – 3. “Dreamer” (Cook) – 4. “Savannah Woman” (Bolin.
  5. Teaser was released in conjunction with the album Come Taste the Band by Deep Purple, on which Bolin also played guitar. This album is cherished by fans for the broad range of styles in Bolin's playing. The material spans hard rock, blues rock, jazz, reggae and Latin music, often blending these styles together within a single song.
  6. After performing in a variety of bands since the late '60s, Bolin finally released his first solo album in Teaser is an impressive display of the guitarist's prowess and range, and is a natural progression from the previous Bolin-dominated James Gang albums Bang and Miami, and his work with drummer Billy Cobham. Teaser includes several period piece rock & roll tracks, the foremost among.
  7. Production credits went to Tommy Bolin and Lee Kiefer except for “People People” and “Marching Powder,” which were produced Dennis MacKay. Those two tracks were done late to fill out the album out better, and required Tommy and Dennis to travel back to Electric Lady to record the material.
  8. Nov 17,  · With his twin commitments as solo artist and band member now solidified, Bolin worked simultaneously on his solo debut Teaser, and his first (and, it turned out, only) studio album with Purple, Come Taste The Band, both released in late ’ Also in , he found time to play on the self-titled debut by Canadian Led Zeppelin clones Moxy.
  9. Tommy Bolin, the bright young US guitar God who created a whirlwind with his loud, stylish, free-form fusion performances before his untimely death at the age of 25 in , left a masterpiece that has been previously buried. Teaser should’ve been the album which broke Bolin worldwide.

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