Leigh Stephens - A Rocket Down Falcon Street mp3 album
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Peterson lived at 369 Haight Street in San Francisco, where the sixties music scene was starting to hit the high note. Peterson had previously been with the Davis-based band Andrew Staples & The Oxford Circle, as well as future Blue Cheer members Paul Whaley and Gary Lee Yoder. The original Blue Cheer personnel were singer/bassist Peterson, guitarist Leigh Stephens and Eric Albronda as drummer. Albronda was later replaced by Whaley, who was joined by Peterson's brother Jerre (guitar), Vale Hamanaka (keyboards), and Jere Whiting (vocals, harmonica). The group underwent several personnel changes, the first occurring after the 1968 release of Outsideinside after Leigh Stephens left the band due to musical differences or, as some report, deafness. He was replaced by Randy Holden, formerly of Los Angeles garage rock band The Other Half.
After recording a solo album, Red Weather, Leigh Stephens went on to form Silver Metre in 1969, with Micky Waller (drummer), who had just been fired from the Jeff Beck Group; other members of the band were Pete Sears and Jack Reynolds (singer), recorded one album at Trident Studios in London, England, released on the National General Records,. produced by their manager, FM rock radio pioneer Tom Donahue. Leigh Stephens also formed another band in 1971 called Pilot. Pilot only produced one album in 1972 that is self-titled. A Rocket Down Falcon Street (2013, Self-Released). Saki Zwadoo" b/w "Red Weather".
|1||A Rocket Down Falcon Street|
|2||Across The Universe|
|3||Leave It Like You Found It|
|4||Main Title And Calvera From The Magnificent Seven )|
|5||Lift Me Up|
|8||Wild Blue Mavericks|
|9||End Of The World|
|10||Fat City Dirge|
- Baritone Saxophone – Johnnie Bamont (tracks: 8)
- Bass – Jon Sharpy (tracks: 2-7)
- Bass, Organ – George Michalski (tracks: 5)
- Drums – Fred Rautman (tracks: 8)
- Organ – Tom Silva (tracks: 2)
- Piano – Melissa Olson (tracks: 3-9)
- Piano, Organ – Eric Chun (tracks: 4-7), Pete Sears (tracks: 1-8-9-10)
- Saxophone – Johnny Colla (tracks: 8)
- Songwriter – Ella Fitzgerald (tracks: 5), Elmer Bernstein (tracks: 4), Leigh Stephens (tracks: 1-3-6-8-10), Lennon-McCartney (tracks: 2)
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