April Wine - 6CD Box Set Caroline Records (2016) FLAC Beolab1700

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April Wine — 6CD Box Set Caroline Records (2016) FLAC Beolab1700

April Wine — First Glance

Artist...............: April Wine
Album................: First Glance
Genre................: Incontestable Rock
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 2016
Ripper...............: EAC (Arrogate wise) / HALF-BAKED 3.92 & Asus CD-S520
Codec................: Detach Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC)
Version..............: pertinence libFLAC 1.2.1 20070917
Quality..............: Lossless, (avg. compression: 67 %)
Channels.............: Stereo / 44100 HZ / 16 Bit
Tags.................: VorbisComment
Information..........: CD EPITOME — LOG — CUE — SCANS

Posted by............: Beolab1700 on 4/16/2016


April Wine formed in at an advanced hour 1969 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, but vocalist/guitarist Myles Goodwyn, guitarist David Henman, drummer Ritchie Henman, and bassist Jimmy Henman soon moved to Montreal.
“Fast Bring Up,” their first hit, appeared in 1971, the same year as the self-titled come out album. Jimmy Henman sinistral soon after and was replaced by Jimmy Clench. The next year brought the band’s first Canadian plc one one, “You Could Have Been a Lady,” from On Register. David and Ritchie Henman sinistral before the next album, Thrilling Jewels, could be recorded; they were replaced by Jerry Mercer and Gary Moffet. After April Wine Busy (1974) and Weather Go (1975), Steve Lang replaced Clench, who sinistral to coincide with Bachman-Turner Overdrive and later Loverboy. In 1976, The Whole World’s Goin’ Insane became the first Canadian album to go platinum and their resulting shift was the first to dirty one million dollars. Forever for Now appeared in 1976, followed by April Wine Busy at the El Mocambo in 1977. Guitarist Brian Greenway was added that same year, making the troop a sextet. After 1978’s First Take A Dekko At and 1979’s Harder…Faster, “Just Between You and Me” became April Wine’s biggest U.S. hit. The one (one of three Top 40 American singles by the troop) propelled 1981’s Variety of the Savage to platinum register station. Power Entertainment followed in 1982, and 1984’s Uncultured Good Manners was their last album. Myles Goodwyn recorded his first self-titled album in 1988. Four years later, all the inventive members regrouped for a Canadian shift, which convinced them to continue recording. “If You Believe in Me,” the band’s first one in eight years, was followed by 1993’s Attitude.

01 Get Accessible for Love
02 Hot On The Wheels Of Love
03 Sway N’ Directory Is A Degrading Game
04 Right Down To It
05 Drum 6. Comin’ Right Down On Top Of Me
06 I’m Alive
07 Let Yourself Go
08 Mellifluent Dollar

1979 Harder…..Faster

As suggested by its tag, Harder…Faster sees experienced Canadian rockers April Wine captivating things up a mark up with unbroken slabs of incontestable sway in “I Like to Rock” and “Ladies Man.” Also on disposal is a eventful chilling groover called “Say Hello,” a peculiar engulf of Sovereign Crimson’s “21st Century Schizoid Man,” and the dual star of “Tonite,” which alternates between silent balladry and all-out riffing. Troop chairlady Myles Goodwyn even relinquishes the emphasize in a rare demonstration of democracy to second guitarist Brian Greenway on the affecting “Before the Dawn.” At The End Of The Day, this is a uniformly rabid album which sets the originate for what would be April Wine’s best trouble, the following year’s The Variety of the Savage.

01 I Like to Rock
02 Say Hello
03 Tonite
04 Ladies Man
05 Before The Dawn
06 Babes In Arms
07 Better Do It Well
08 21st Century Schizoid Man

1981 The Variety Of The Beast

April Wine (like any right wine) got better with age, and the Canadians’ brightest concern only arrived over a decade into their vocation with 1981’s The Variety of the Savage. Opener “All Over Town” lurches into vitality on a twisted riff before find its furrow, — a furrow they hardly ever renounce through and to the end of the disc. All-around frontman Myles Goodwyn is in top develop, influential the troop through some of their most martial materialistic ever (“Bad Boys,” “Crash and Burn”), as well as through the band’s vocation-defining power ballad “Just Between You and Me.” While “Caught in the Crossfire” and “Future Tense” suffer from some cheesy sci-fi lyrics, melodic incontestable rockers such as “Big Burgh Girls,” “One More However,” and “Sign of the Gypsy Queen” (featuring Gossamer Lizzy-like dual guitar harmonies) pick up the laggard in spades.

01 All Over Town
02 Tellin’ Me Lies
03 Wink Of The Gypsy Queen
04 Just Between You And Me
05 Wanna Rock
06 Caught In The Crossfire
07 Tomorrow Tense
08 Big Burgh Girls
09 Run And Burn
10 Bad Boys
11 One More Time
12 Drum (Busy At Hammersmith)
13 I Like To Sway (Busy At Hammersmith)

1982 Power Play

Having just released two blockbuster albums in a row (the second of which contained the highest charting one of their vocation, “Just between You and Me”), April Wine was riding penetrating in the prematurely ’80s. So it was quite surprising when their hot race came to a screeching put an end with the press of 1983’s superior tiresome Power Entertainment. If only this mediocrity could have been blamed on a variation of tuneful guiding, new personnel, or another mystical enforce of variety, but the album unqualifiedly lacks right songs and perhaps tuneful out Myles Goodwyn had unqualifiedly run out of inventive steam. Not that the album is a ended rinse-out, as the troop manages to debase it together on a few mid-paced rockers like “Anything You want, You got It” and “Enough Is Enough.” But even these are performed with muted fad and most fans will want to broadcast this register a miss.

01 Anything You Want, You Got It
02 Enough Is Enough
03 If You See Kay
04 What If We Surrender In Love
05 Waiting On A Miracle
06 Doin’ It Right
07 Ain’t Got Your Love
08 Blood Money
09 Tell Me Why
10 Runners In The Night

1984 Uncultured Grace

Placement the originate for the settled viewpoint in the sputtering glorification space of Montreal celestials April Wine, Uncultured Good Manners stealthily practiced commercially qualified neanderthal sway but distinguishably disappeared without a suspicion. Leadoff “This Could Be the Right One” escapes the providence of ad infinitum wussy ballads via a biting metre and cynical lyrics. The herky-jerky “If Currency Could Talk” breaks with one of those proficient yuppie funk moves singular to the ’80s. The callous-on-the-vine superior Wine pumping out “Gimme That Sentiment Called Love” invokes a renowned but pass duty of quaintness and Quaaludes. Über AOR grower Mike Stone co-writes the blunt proficient “Hard Sway Kid” who cooly cooks in the emphasize (“Leave him alone, he’s in the incontestable sway zone”). Lunatic “Sons of the Pioneer” sported a ninny video, dressing the boys in some insane Hoth threads. Like Loverboy, Canuck kings of frat sway, the April Wine muscle tool was continual out of steam and about to be displaced by handyman Bryan Adams’ ordination of Canadian Hartland into the American consciousness. But even this at an advanced hour in the design, Myles Goodwyn and plc are right for a few voice cuts. The distinguished three-guitar lineup eat one's heart out gone, the holiday of the troop (included bald dynamo Jerry Mercer on the skins) dissipated after this press, due to Goodwyn’s dictatorship. Nobody ever expected April Wine to effect so darn much in rock’s degrading design anyway.

01 This Could Be The Right One
02 Sons Of The Pioneers
03 Without Your Love
04 Sway Tonite
05 Incontestable Sway Kid
06 Currency Talks
07 Gimme That Sentiment Called Love
08 Too Hot Too Handle
09 Last However I’ll Ever Chorus The Blues

2016 Busy At The BBC
BBC In Concert – Busy In Reading, UK – 1980

01 Oowatanite
02 Get Accessible For Love
03 I Like To Rock
04 Before The Dawn
05 Ladies Man
06 21st Century Schizoid Man
07 Roller
08 Don’t Boost Me Around
09 Better Do It Well


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