Max Webster - Max Webster mp3 album
Max Webster was the first record released by Canadian rock band Max Webster. The record was released in 1976 and has been certified gold by the Canadian Recording Industry Association. Hangover" (Kim Mitchell, Pye Dubois) – 4:36. Here Among the Cats" (Mitchell, Dubois) – 3:07. Blowing the Blues Away" (Terry Watkinson) – 3:33. Summer Turning Blue" (Mitchell, Dubois) – 3:05. Toronto Tontos" (Mitchell, Dubois) - 3:40. Coming Off The Moon" (Mitchell, Dubois) – 3:38.
However, the textures of the music made it feel like they just barely missed. The material ranges from hard-edged straightforward metal to rock ballads and fun, almost punky, territory. The final track on the album, "Lily," is an extended progressive rock jam that is the strongest piece on the disc. That cut seems to embody sounds of such groups as Yes and Rush, but still with a touch of Max Webster's weirdness. If you are looking for an intriguing take on the arena rock/prog territory, give these guys a chance, but remember that their sound is definitely on the quirky side.
Fate had a hand in my exposure to this amazing band and I'm sure glad it did! My first exposure to Max was with them as an opening act for Rush on May 18th, 1977 in Marquette Michigan. I had never heard of Max before that but from the opening note I was really impressed with the whole Max thing going on and could really relate to what was going on there. The sound, the image, the lyrics, the.
Max Webster : Max Webster,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Лейблы Mercury Records Anthem Records Taurus Records (CAN). Produced by Terry Brown. Музыкальный стильHard-Rock. Владельцы этого альбома1.
Studio album by Max Webster. Max Webster was the first record released by Canadian rock band Max Webster Contents.
Max Webster was a Canadian rock band of the late 1970s. The band was formed in 1973 in Sarnia, Ontario and consisted of guitarist and vocalist Kim Mitchell, keyboardist Terry Watkinson, bassist Mike Tilka and drummer Paul Kersey. Mitchell, joined by Pye Dubois, would write the majority of their material with Mitchell writing the music and Dubois writing lyrics. Kersey left the band after their self-titled debut album, to be replaced by Gary McCracken.
Max Webster Studio album by Max Webster Released 1976.