Bob Welch - The Other One album download
The Other One is the third solo album by former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Bob Welch. The track "Future Games" was first released on the Fleetwood Mac album of the same name in 1971. Members of Welch's backing band also make songwriting contributions here though the majority of tracks are Welch's own. The album was reissued as a 2-for-1 CD (the second half being the songs from the follow-up album Man Overboard) by Edsel Records in 1998
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After ex-Fleetwood Mac singer-guitarist Bob Welch died on June 7th, by his own hand at his home in Nashville, his boss in the early Seventies, drummer and Mac co-founder Mick Fleetwood, paid tribute to Welch and his time in the group. He was a huge part of our history which sometimes gets forgotten, Fleetwood said in a statement. There was one other diamond on Mystery, at the very end: Christine’s aching ballad Why, with its oddly affecting blend of bottleneck guitar and cocktail-piano reverie. It was a hint of the pop-with-twists that would soon tranform Fleetwood Mac, and its fortunes, with the arrival of Stevie Nicks and Lindsay Buckingham. Back down to a quartet after Weston’s departure, Fleetwood Mac was, briefly, Welch’s vehicle on Heroes Are Hard to Find – he wrote all but three songs on the record, the band’s first Top 40 album and a durable, appealing bridge to the next era.
His first solo album, Ace, released in 1972, featured Weir backed by the rest of the Dead. Through the late '70s, and especially during the Dead's year off in 1975, Weir toured and recorded with a number of groups, including Kingfish and Bobby & the Midnites. Kingfish was by far the most successful of these efforts. In 2014, wheels started turning for a 50th anniversary celebration for the Grateful Dead. First came The Other One: The Long Strange Trip of Bob Weir, a documentary that debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2014. Then, in the summer of 2015, the Dead reunited for farewell concerts in San Francisco and Chicago. Weir, Hart, and Kreutzmann subsequently toured with guitarist John Mayer as Dead & Company, a tour that went into 2016. In the autumn of that year, Weir released Blue Mountain, his first solo album in 40 years.
Welch started his career with a show band, the Seven Souls, playing night clubs around the country. Las Vegas lounges, and chic European resorts after having a Top-20 hit on the .
With John Perry Barlow, Chuck Berry, Neal Cassady, John Coltrane. A documentary that explores Bob Weirs life, through the Grateful Dead, Ratdog, and his childhood. In addition to the Grateful Dead and The Other Ones (remaining members of the Grateful Dead after the passing of Jerry Garcia in 1995) Weir also played with Ratdog, Bobby and the Midnites, and Kingfish. A MUST SEE for any deadhead. I was not expecting to like this one. I'm a deadhead, seen 120+ shows, tons of tapes, but I don't salivate over everything that comes out with the Dead's name.
This chronicle of Bob Weir highlights his brotherhood with Jerry Garcia and his success as a member of one of the world's most influential bands. Watch trailers & learn more. This chronicle of Bob Weir highlights his brotherhood with Jerry Garcia and his success as a member of one of the world's most influential bands. Watch Now on Netflix. In 1994, Bob Weir was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as part of the Grateful Dead. The Other One: The Long Strange Trip of Bob Weir. 1010? The Other One: The Long, Strange Trip of Bob Weir (Trailer).
Former star pitcher Bob Welch died from a broken neck after an accidental fall in his bathroom, the Orange County Coroner’s office told this newspaper Thursday. Welch, a famed right-hander for the A’s and Los Angeles Dodgers, died June 9 with epidural hemorrhage due to hyperextension of neck, according to an autopsy report. Officials declined to release any other details about their three-month investigation.
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|A2||Love Came 2X
Written-By – Palmer*, Adelstein*, Francisco*, Sharp*
|A3||Watch The Animals||4:05|
Written-By – Todd Sharp
|B3||Don't Let Me Fall
Written-By – David Adelstein
|B5||Old Man Of 17||4:07|
- Recorded At – Capitol Studios
- Mastered At – Capitol Mastering
- Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Winchester
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Acoustic Guitar – Roger Voudouris (tracks: B2)
- Arranged By – Bob Welch, Brad Palmer , David Adelstein, Donny Francisco*, Todd Sharp
- Art Direction, Design – Vigon Nahas Vigon
- Bass, Vocals – Brad Palmer
- Drums, Percussion, Vocals – Donny Francisco*
- Guitar – Todd Sharp
- Keyboards, Vocals – David Adelstein
- Mastered By [Credits] – Ken Perry
- Mastered By [Runout Etch] – KP*
- Photography By – Liz Sowers
- Producer – Carter*
- Recorded By, Mixed By – David Cole , Randy Ezratty
- Vocals, Lead Guitar – Bob Welch
- Written-By – Bob Welch (tracks: A1, A3, A4, B1, B2, B4, B5)
Notes℗ © 1979 Capitol Records, Inc.
Winchester Pressing with variant center labels from this Jacksonville press by same catalog #.
Custom (cardstock) inner sleeve contains credits/photos (suitable for framing)
Recorded at Capitol Records August, September 1979
All songs arranged by the band
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A Side Label): SW 1-12017
- Matrix / Runout (B Side Label): SW 2-12017
- Matrix / Runout (A Side Etch exc "...Capitol" stamp var. 1): SW-1-12017 F2 #2 MASTERED BY CAPITOL —◁ KP MR MAN
- Matrix / Runout (B Side Etch exc "...Capitol" stamp var. 1): SW-2-12017 F2 #2 MASTERED BY CAPITOL —◁ KP
- Matrix / Runout (A Side Etch exc "...Capitol" stamp var. 2): SW-1-12017 F2 #3 MASTERED BY CAPITOL —◁ MR MAN
- Matrix / Runout (B Side Etch exc "...Capitol" stamp var. 2): SW-2-12017 F3 MASTERED BY CAPITOL —◁ 1
- Rights Society (All but A5 (Pending)): ASCAP
- Barcode (Print): 0 7777-12017-1
- Barcode (Scan; Format: UPC_A): 077771201714
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