Album, Апрель 1973, MCA Records, Polygram, Island Records. Re-Issue in 1991, 1993, 1994 and 2001 by MCA Records. Re-Issue in 2000 by Polygram. Re-Issue in 2002 by Island Records.
Wishbone Ash is the first studio album by Wishbone Ash. It peaked at number 29 in the UK Albums Chart in January 1971. The band opened for Deep Purple in early 1970. Deep Purple guitarist Ritchie Blackmore was jamming during the band's soundcheck when Wishbone guitarist Andy Powell joined in and began jamming with Blackmore. After the show, Blackmore recommended that MCA Records sign the band.
Wishbone Four is the fourth studio album by British rock band Wishbone Ash, released in 1973 . Wishbone Four is the fourth studio album by British rock band Wishbone Ash, released in 1973. It was a departure from their previous album, Argus, in that it lacked that recording's overall cohesion and atmosphere and the loose conceptual framework of a stately, pastoral and warring medieval England.
Album Name Wishbone Four. Erscheinungsdatum April 1973. Labels MCA Records Polygram Island Records.
Members owning this album5. 1. So Mary Things to Say. 2. Ballad of the Beacon. 4. Everybody Needs a Friend. 7. Sing Out the Song. 8. Rock'n Roll Widow. Wishbone Ash. Learn more. Other productions from Wishbone Ash. Blue Horizon.
Is Wishbone Four the best album by Wishbone Ash? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Wishbone Four by Wishbone Ash (1973) Overall rank: 39,312th.
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So Many Things To Say
Ballad Of The Beacon
No Easy Road
Horn – Bud Parks, Dave Coxhill*, Phil KenziePiano – Graham Maitland
Everybody Needs A Friend
Keyboards – George Nash
Sing Out The Song
Rock 'N Roll Widow
Lyrics By – Steve Upton
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MCA Records, Inc.
MCA Records, Inc.
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals
Bass Guitar, Vocals
Design [Cover Design], Photography
Guitar [12 String], Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals, Lap Steel Guitar
Martin Turner (tracks: 1 to 7)
Miles Axe Copeland III ('Captain Goddam')*
Recorded in February and March 1973 at Olympic and Apple Studios--London