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The Press Gang - James Where Are You Now? album flac Performer: The Press Gang
Title: James Where Are You Now?
Style: Indie Rock
Released: 1985
MP3 album: 1140 mb
FLAC album: 1160 mb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: MPC DMF APE VOC AAC ASF AUD
Genre: Rock

James Gang Rides Again (alternatively known as simply Rides Again) is the second studio album by American rock band James Gang. The album was released in mid 1970, on the label ABC Records. It is the James Gang's first album to feature bassist Dale Peters Walsh's songwriting had improved, giving the band solid support for their stylistic experiments.

The James Gang was an American rock band formed in Cleveland, Ohio in 1966. The band went through a variety of line-up changes until they recorded their first album as a power trio consisting of Joe Walsh (guitars, lead vocals), Tom Kriss (bass) and Jim Fox (drums). Dale Peters replaced Kriss on Bass for the band's second and third albums. The band had two hit songs, "Funk and "Walk Away", which continue to be popular on classic rock and AOR stations.

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The James Gang proved that their initial success with Yer’ Album was no fluke on 25 July 1970, charting with their second LP, James Gang Rides Again. Produced, like its predecessor, by Bill Szymczyk and made at the Record Plant in late 1969, Rides Again was seen by the press as a more consistent piece of work, even if it invited comparisons with various other rock notables of the day, from Jeff Beck via Led Zeppelin to Stephen Stills and Neil Young.

The James Gang's debut LP, Yer' Album, was very much a first record and very much a record of its time. The heavy rock scene of the period was given to extensive jamming, and four tracks ran more than six minutes each. The group had written some material, but they were still something of a cover band, and the disc included their extended workouts on Buffalo Springfield's "Bluebird" and the Yardbirds' "Lost Woman," the latter a nine-minute version complete with lengthy guitar, bass, and drum solos.

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Tracklist

A James Where Are You Now? 2:15
B1 No Place Like Home 2:47
B2 A Town By The Sea 3:38

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Probe Plus
  • Distributed By – The Cartel
  • Pressed By – MPO
  • Recorded At – Pink Studios

Credits

  • Bass – Martin Wallace
  • Drums – Alan Murphy
  • Engineer – Gary Wilkinson
  • Fiddle – Dave Clark
  • Guitar – Alan Cunningham, Bubble Hennigen
  • Producer – Eric Shark
  • Vocals – Paul Cunningham

Notes

Recorded at Pink Studios, Liverpool July 1985

‘Leave It ! Theres Youngies Int.’ and ‘Give Em Plenty, One Each’ are etched on the runouts.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): ADM 212 A¹ MPO LEAVE IT ! THERES YOUNGIES INIT.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): ADM 212 B¹ GIVE EM PLENTY, ONE EACH MPO