Author: Andi_Deris Date: 2013-09-04 18:25:11
Tommy Bolin and Friends - Great Gypsy Soul (Deluxe 2CD Collector Edition) (2012)
EAC Rip | FLAC: IMAGE+CUE+LOG | 686.19 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 270.93 MB | SCANS | 30.85 MB | TTime: 1:37:23
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Blues Rock | Label: Samson Records/SLG, LLC. | Cat.#: FTN17885
Author: dantzig65 Date: 2010-06-13 14:58:42
Tommy Bolin - Private Eyes (1976)
EAC rip | FLAC (tracks, LOG, CUE) | 225 MB | Cover scan
Hard Rock | Columbia (USA) CK 34329 | RS
Second solo album by Tommy Bolin, right after the breakup of Deep Purple. If you don't care about the slow stuff, the nine-minute rocker "Post Toastee", with its fantastic guitar solo, is the highlight here.
Author: janwal46 Date: 2009-11-03 23:57:17
Tommy Bolin - Teaser (1975)
Epic | 1975 | Rock Funk | FLAC+CUE+HQ-Covers (400Dpi) | NO LOG | 236Mb+5Mb
After performing in a variety of bands since the late '60s, Bolin finally released his first solo album in 1975. Teaser is an impressive display of the guitarist's prowess & range, and is a natural progression from the previous Bolin-dominated James Gang albums Bang & Miami and his work with drummer Billy Cobham. The album features heavy doses of jazz-rock fusion (furthered by guests Jan Hammer, Dave Sanborn, & Michael Walden) in the instrumentals 'Homeward Strut' & 'Marching Powder', and straight-ahead rock in tracks like 'The Grind'. Bolin was always equally adept at subtleties, and the ballad 'Dreamer', and the exotic 'Savannah Woman' (with percussion from Phil Collins) represent this stylistic range here. Overshadowed historically by his guitar dynamics, Bolin's understated yet strong vocals are another selling point. Teaser is a stronger album than its one successor, the uneven 'Private Eyes', and survives as Bolin's signature work. Still a great pleasure to listen to and one of my all time favorite albums !!
Author: countryfreak Date: 2010-05-10 07:48:46
Author: spinato Date: 2006-08-07 18:40:00
Tommy Bolin - Teaser (1975)
PowerPack Lame 320 KB/s | 46 / 42 MB | total 37:39
( re-post from last year ;-)
After performing in a variety of bands since the late '60s, Bolin finally released his first solo album in 1975. Teaser is an impressive display of the guitarist's prowess and range, and is a natural progression from the previous Bolin-dominated James Gang albums Bang and Miami and his work with drummer Billy Cobham. The album features heavy doses of jazz-rock fusion (furthered by guests Jan Hammer, Dave Sanborn, and Michael Walden) in the instrumentals “Homeward Strut” and “Marching Powder”, and straight-ahead rock in tracks like “The Grind”. Bolin was always equally adept at subtleties, and the ballad “Dreamer” and the exotic “Savannah Woman” (with percussion from Phil Collins) represent this stylistic range here. Overshadowed historically by his guitar dynamics, Bolin's understated yet strong vocals are another selling point. Teaser is a stronger album than its one successor, the uneven Private Eyes, and survives as Bolin's signature work.
Author: micaus11 Date: 2008-12-08 12:41:00
Tommy Bolin - Live At Ebbets Field 1974
MP3 @ 320 | 140 MB | Covers included
Arguably the crown jewel in our catalog, long out of print and now available again with audio that has been digitally remastered to be sonically superior to our original release. This CD is culled from the 2 nights of live performances at Ebbets Field in Denver that Tommy put together during the time he was in The James Gang. The band was basically the then defunct Energy: Jeff Cook, Stanley Sheldon, and Bobby Berge, and guests Archie Shelby and Russell Bizzett. The format of these shows allowed Tommy to dominate with some of his most ferocious guitar work. Songs include You Know You Know, San Francisco River, Shakin’ All Night, Walkin’ My Shadow, Born Under a Bad Sign/Ain’t No Sunshine, Crazed Fandango, Honey Man, and Stratus.
Author: clever_ah Date: 2010-03-04 10:34:53
Tommy Bolin - 2006 - Whips And Roses
EAC: APE+СUE+LOG+cover, 577 MB | MP3 abr 320 kbps, 179 MB
Label: COЮЗ | Hard Rock| RAR 3% Rec
"Whips And Roses" - прекрасный подарок для поклонников Deep Purple family, ибо это - ретроспективный сборник не выпускавшихся ранее вещей Томми Болина, легендарного гитариста, пришедшего на смену Ричи Блэкмору в Deep Purple в 1975-м
Author: countryfreak Date: 2010-05-07 06:08:29
Author: Shar'EmAll Date: 2010-08-01 15:08:21
Deep Purple - Come Taste The Band (1975)
EAC | FLAC-IMG+CUE+LOG | 37:23 min | Covers Included | 267 MB
The First Japanese pressing | Warner-Pioneer Corp. # 20P2-2610
Come Taste the Band is the tenth studio album by the English rock band Deep Purple originally released in October 1975. The album was co-produced and engineered by the band and longtime associate Martin Birch. It is the only Deep Purple studio record featuring Tommy Bolin, who replaced Ritchie Blackmore on guitar. When Blackmore left the band, many observers and critics assumed that Deep Purple would not continue. It was David Coverdale who asked Jon Lord to keep the band together, and Tommy Bolin was asked to take the guitar slot.
Author: jhoer10 Date: 2010-10-25 05:05:26
Deep Purple - Come Taste The Band: 35th Anniversary Edition, 2CD Set (2010)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue+.log+Scans) | 01 h 30 min 18 sec | Scans | 696MB
Genre: Hard Rock | Label: EMI