Underground Sounds

Brand X - LIVE IN ROCHESTER 1977 - Brand X are unfairly best known as Phil Collins's side project when he wasn't singing and playing drums for Genesis. This is of course true but they were so much more than that. The interplay between bassist Percy Jones and guitar player John Goodsall has seldom been surpassed, which is why the band have become synonymous with the concept of jazz fusion. This record catches them one evening in Kent. While the rest of the music industry was paying lip service to punk rock, Brand X were doing what they did best; playing a blistering set in front of a rabidly enthusiastic audience.
Brand X - LIVE IN ROCHESTER 1977 - Brand X are unfairly best known as Phil Collins's side project when he wasn't singing and playing drums for Genesis. This is of course true but they were so much more than that. The interplay between bassist Percy Jones and guitar player John Goodsall has seldom been surpassed, which is why the band have become synonymous with the concept of jazz fusion. This record catches them one evening in Kent. While the rest of the music industry was paying lip service to punk rock, Brand X were doing what they did best; playing a blistering set in front of a rabidly enthusiastic audience.
5060230867342

Details

Format: CD
Label: GZO
Rel. Date: 09/16/2016
UPC: 5060230867342

Live From New York 1977
Artist: Brand X
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
Wish

Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Radio Announcer Intro
2. Smacks of Euphoric Hysteria / Disco Suicide
3. Smacks of Euphoric Hysteria
4. Disco Suicide
5. Earth Dance
6. Malaga Virgen
7. Access to Data
8. Why Should I Lend You Mine If You've Broken Yours Off Already?
9. Deadly Nightshade 1
10. Nightmare Patrol 1
11. Nuclear Burn

More Info:

Brand X - LIVE IN ROCHESTER 1977 - Brand X are unfairly best known as Phil Collins's side project when he wasn't singing and playing drums for Genesis. This is of course true but they were so much more than that. The interplay between bassist Percy Jones and guitar player John Goodsall has seldom been surpassed, which is why the band have become synonymous with the concept of jazz fusion. This record catches them one evening in Kent. While the rest of the music industry was paying lip service to punk rock, Brand X were doing what they did best; playing a blistering set in front of a rabidly enthusiastic audience.
        
back to top