Ronnie Montrose - Music From Here mp3 album
Guitar, Producer – Ronnie Montrose. Mastered By – Eddy Schreyer. Written-By – Craig McFarland (tracks: 2-5, 7-8, 11), Michele Graybeal (tracks: 2-5, 7-8, 11), Ronnie Montrose (tracks: 1-11). The only path to here and now is the one you have traveled.
Music from Here is an album of instrumental rock music by Ronnie Montrose. Mr. Walker " (Ronnie Montrose) - 4:01. Primary Function" (Montrose, Michele Graybeal, Craig McFarland) - 4:05. Largemouth" (Montrose, Graybeal, McFarland) - 5:12. Road to Reason" (Montrose, Graybeal, McFarland) - 4:37. Life After Life" (Montrose, Graybeal, McFarland) - 6:29. Fear Not" (Montrose) - 5:16. Indigo Spheres" (Montrose, Graybeal, McFarland) - 4:58. Braindance " (Montrose, Graybeal, McFarland) - 5:53.
Territory is Ronnie Montrose's second album of instrumental jazz fusion music although there are vocals on "Love You To" and "I Spy". Catscan" (Ronnie Montrose) - 5:04. I'm Gonna Be Strong" (Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil) - 2:53. Love You To" (George Harrison) - 4:43. Odd Man Out" (Montrose)- 3:53. I Spy" (Montrose) - 4:20. Territory" (Montrose) - 4:28. Synestesia" (Montrose) - 3:26. Pentagon" (Montrose) - 3:58. Women of Ireland" (Seán Ó Riada) - 5:37.
When Ronnie Montrose passed away on March 3, 2012, he was in the midst of working on an album that would have thrilled fans of his original Montrose (1973-1974) and Gamma (1979-1983) periods. The idea was to record 10 songs with 10 different singers and call the album 10X10. He brought Phillips and Singer to Doug Messenger's studio in North Hollywood, and the three musicians set up to record live - no pre-production rehearsals and no overdubs - and knocked out ten basic tracks in two or three days. Sadly, Montrose was unable to see the album through during his lifetime and it quite possibly may never have been heard beyond a few Montrose-family friends.
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Background information. He continued to record through the 1980s and 1990s, releasing solo albums including The Speed of Sound (1988), Music from Here (1994), and Bearings (2000), as well as another Montrose album titled Mean (1987) and a fourth Gamma album Gamma 4 (2000). Montrose appeared on Sammy Hagar's solo album Marching to Mars (1997) along with original Montrose members bassist Bill Church and drummer Denny Carmassi on the song "Leaving the Warmth of the Womb". The original Montrose lineup also reformed to play as a special guest at several Sammy Hagar concerts in summer 2004 and 2005.
|4||Road To Reason||4:38|
|5||Life After Life||6:28|
|11||Wish In One Hand||3:59|
- Manufactured By – Cinram – USA
- Recorded At – The Music Annex
- Mixed At – The Music Annex
- Mastered At – Future Disc
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Fearless Urge
- Copyright (c) – Alien Echo Music
- Bass – Craig McFarland
- Drums, Percussion – Michele Graybeal
- Engineer, Mixed By – Tom Carr
- Guitar, Producer – Ronnie Montrose
- Mastered By – Eddy Schreyer
- Written-By – Craig McFarland (tracks: 2-5, 7-8, 11), Michele Graybeal (tracks: 2-5, 7-8, 11), Ronnie Montrose (tracks: 1-11)
Notes"The only path to here and now is the one you have traveled."
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 788737666224
- Barcode (Text): 7 88737 66622 4
- Matrix / Runout: FEARRMS01-2 B40915 - 04