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Ten Wheel Drive mp3 album

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  • MP3 album: 1321 mb
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Ten Wheel Drive  mp3 album

Four Wheel Drive is the fourth studio album by Canadian rock band Bachman–Turner Overdrive, released in 1975 (see 1975 in music). It peaked at in Canada on the RPM national albums chart on October 4 and again on October 18, 1975 while hitting on the . The most popular single from the album, "Hey You," was written by Randy Bachman. It reached in Canada, holding the top position on the RPM national singles chart for two weeks in June, 1975, and on the .

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Amazing 3rd album from Ten Wheel Drive with Genya Ravan solidifies their strengths with great songs, vocals & musicianship. I LOVE this album - it's features tighter arrangements, with the band aiming for a harder rock sound mixed with the horns of course. It also features what should have been a massive hit - a breezy, soothing song named " SHOOTIN' THE BREEZE " that is just gorgeously sung by Genya. This band divided there music between hard, long funk essays and ballads, filled with subtle solos from trumpets, trombones, and flutes, all of which were deeply nuanced and blended like silk into the band's warm musical blanket. It was, through, Genya Ravan's gritty voice that added the jumper cables to Ten Wheel Drive.

Ten Wheel Drive's first big concert appearance was in 1969 at the Fillmore East in New York City In the summer of the same year, Ten Wheel Drive appeared at the Atlanta Pop Festival. In 1970, Ten Wheel Drive released their second album, Brief Replies, with producer Guy Draper. By then many of the brass musicians had also been replaced.

Ten Wheel Drive was a highly influential rock/jazz group not afraid to push the envelope while exploring various musical styles. Every great band that lived played that gig, that gig is what broke our band (and) we were an instant success. Aram was a brilliant lyricist, Mike and Aram were easy to work with, so I wrote some, it made me feel good, because the ones I wrote turned out to be the most soulful, like "Pulse," "Tightrope.

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