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Waitin For The Wind - Gary Wright - Spooky Tooth - That Was Only Yesterday (Vinyl, LP)

2 Oct

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  1. That Was Only Yesterday, a Compilation of songs by Gary Wright / Spooky Tooth. Released in on A&M (catalog no. SP; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Rock.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of That Was Only Yesterday on Discogs. Label: A&M Records - SP • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation, Promo • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock, Classic Rock Gary Wright - 2/5(1).
  3. 2nd album by superb British Rock band Spooky Tooth, which comprised of four British musicians: vocalist / pianist Mike Harrison, guitarist Luther Grosvenor, bassist Greg Ridley and drummer Mike Kellie and American vocalist / organist Gary Wright, who lived in UK at the time.
  4. If You Like Keyboards (and Gary Wright) you will love Spooky Tooth! Their Dual Keyboards was a rarity for rock bands but hey they pulled it off to perfection. This disc belongs in every audiophile's collection even if just for historical context of an era that produced some of the best music ever/5(52).
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  6. UK released 30 September (7 October in the USA) - "Spooky Two" by SPOOKY TOOTH on Universal/Island (Barcode ) is an 'Expanded Edition' CD Remaster with Nine Bonus Tracks that plays out as follows ( minutes): 1. Waitin' For The Wind [Side 1] 2. Feelin' Bad 3. I've Got Enough Heartache 4. Evil Woman /5().
  7. Track 17 is the non-album B-side to "That Was Only Yesterday", a Dutch 7" single released August on Island WIP in Mono. It's a cover of the A.C. Williams Blues song made famous by Albert King on his "Born Under A Bad Sign" LP on Stax Records in SPOOKY TOOTH was: MIKE HARRISON – Lead Vocals and Keyboards/5().
  8. History. Prior to Spooky Tooth, four of the band's five founding members had performed in the band Art (formerly known as The V.I.P.'s).Following the dissolution of Art, the members of that band's final line-up (guitarist Luther Grosvenor, vocalist Mike Harrison, drummer Mike Kellie and bassist Greg Ridley) joined forces with American keyboardist/vocalist Gary Wright in October and formed.

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