Pat Travers Band - Crash And Burn mp3 album
He co-wrote one of Pat Travers' biggest hits, a hard-driving tune entitled Snortin' Whiskey, which became one of the most requested songs on American radio in 1980. Thrall later joined Asia, and played lead guitar for Meat Loaf during that artist's major comeback in the 1990s. He began attracting attention as a guitarist in 1976 after the release of "Automatic Man" (signed by Chris Blackwell-Island Records), a band that was put together by former Santana drummer, Michael Shrieve. He recorded three LP's with Travers: Heat In The Street, Go For What You Know and Crash And Burn. Their first hit was "Boom Boom Out Goes The Lights". The latter LP featured the FM hit, "Snortin' Whiskey", which Thrall co-wrote with Travers.
Written-By – Alex Kash (tracks: B4), Bob Marley (tracks: B1), Booker T. Jones (tracks: A4), Pat Thrall (tracks: A3, B4), Pat Travers (tracks: A1 to A3, B2 to B3), William Bell (tracks: A4). Notes. HRM" in matrix denotes this is a HRM Hauppauge Pressing. Rear cover code 0518. Recorded at Quadradial Recording Studio, Miami, Florida between June 1979 and January 1980 Mixed at Bayshore Studio, Coconut Grove, FL. Feb. 1980. Matrix, Runout (A Side Etch): PD,1,6262,A TR Pa 3-84 HRM A-1 <-.
Patrick Henry Travers (born April 12, 1954) is a Canadian rock guitarist, keyboardist and singer who began his recording career with Polydor Records in the mid-1970s. Pat Thrall, Nicko McBrain, Clive Edwards, Mick Dyche, Tommy Aldridge, Peter "Mars" Cowling, Barry Dunaway, Jerry Riggs, Gunter Nezhoda, Carmine Appice, Michael Shrieve, Rodney O'Quinn are some of the noted musicians who have been members of the Pat Travers Band through the years
Album · 1979 · 8 Songs. More By Pat Travers Band. See All. Live In Concert. Boom Boom Live at the Diamond 1990.
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Crash And Burn was the Pat Travers Band's highest-charting release, peaking at number 20 on the Billboard album chart. The album featured the single "Snortin' Whiskey", co-written by Travers and fellow band member guitarist Pat Thrall. This song became a significant hit on American FM radio in 1980, reaching the number one position on playlists all over the country. The album's title track was also issued as a single, but wasn't as successful as "Snortin' Whiskey". The album was recorded at Quadradial Studios in Miami, Florida from June 1979 to January 1980 during breaks from touring. Final mixes were done at Bayshore Studios in Coconut Grove, Florida, in February 1980, and the album was released in April 1980.