• "Super Star” was originally released in 1978, and although Howard Kenny did not become a Superstar, he made an album he can be proud of.
• The album was produced by Larry Blackmon, who was on a roll at the time with his band Cameo, and the main men from Cameo also played on this album, plus the likes of Patrice Rushen, Harvey Mason & Funk band Seawind also feature heavily.
• ‘Save Some For The Children’ was the stand out track from this album which was the only single released in the UK, aimed squarely at the disco market, it was released as a 12” single on the Warner Brothers De-Luxe range complete with a BPM credit of 120 so DJ’s knew the song tempo. Although this track never made the Pop charts, it could be heard in nightclubs all over the world, and sounds as good today as it did back in the day.
• The tracks ‘Super Star’ and ‘Between The Lines’ were also issued as singles in various territories.
• This package also features comprehensive sleeve notes by Ralph Tee.
2. BETWEEN THE LINES
3. NO FUN TO ME
4. CAN’T WAIT TO MAKE YOU MINE
5. NO PROMISE OF TOMORROW
6. SAVE SOME FOR THE CHILDREN
7. NO PROMISE OF TOMORROW (REPRISE)
8. EARLY IN THE MORNING.
9. IT’S GONNA BE ALRIGHT
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Track list as above
A DELUXE TWO
DISC EDITION OF THE CLASSIC ALBUM BY QUATERMASS
FEATURING A CD
OF A NEW STEREO MIX OF THE ALBUM BY THE BAND’s PETER ROBINSON WITH THREE BONUS
TRACKS (TWO PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)
AN NTSC /
REGION FREE DVD OF A NEW 5.1 SURROUND SOUND MIX OF THE ALBUM BY PETER ROBINSON
Esoteric Recordings are pleased to announce the
release of a Two disc Deluxe edition of the self titled album by QUATERMASS.
Originally released in 1970 on the Harvest label, "Quatermass” is one of the
most remarkable albums of the era. Featuring PETER ROBINSON (Keyboards), JOHN
GUSTAFSON (Bass, Vocals) and MICK UNDERWOOD (Drums, Percussion), Quatermass
were one of the most imaginative groups of the Progressive era. Their unique
brand of powerful progressive rock encompassed classical music and hard rock, a
unique combination that influenced contemporaries such as Deep Purple (indeed
Ritchie Blackmore covered "Black Sheep of the Family” on the first Rainbow
This Esoteric Recordings edition features stunning
new mixes by Peter Robinson in both Stereo and 5.1 Surround Sound, along with
three bonus tracks, two of which are previously unreleased.
The set also features a lavishly illustrated
booklet with new essay written by Peter Robinson.
Release Date: 24/06/2013
Our Price: £11.99
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