Wheatfield soul' was The Guess Who s U. S. Debut album and launched the Canadian group to international stardom with the classic Top 10 hit 'These Eyes. The classic lineup of the guess who with burton cummings and Randy Bachman display their eclectic mix of influences on 'Wheatfield Soul', numbering pop, garage rock, Doors style psychedelia, jazz, and folk.
Share The Land -Iconoclassic -2016 Remaster- Expanded Edition -3 Bonus TracksICONOCLASSIC #ad - The first single hand me down World set the stage for the album which was the band's most successful seller at the time of release. The band had replaced randy Bachman with two very capable guitarists in Kurt Winter and Greg Leskiw. The guess who seemed to have pulled a rabbit out of a hat as they crafted their follow-up release to the best-selling album American Woman.
Kurt came with the added benefit of having written some great tunes with his pervious band Brother. In-depth liner notes by guess Who authority Ralph Chapman Metal Evolution draws on commentary from the group gleaned from recent interviews. Burton cummings and kurt also brought a new songwriting partnership to the group and they provided excellent materiel to the group for this release.
Share The Land -Iconoclassic -2016 Remaster- Expanded Edition -3 Bonus Tracks #ad - Follow-up singles share the land and Hang On To Your Life kept the band firmly on the charts for the duration of the album's release. Remastered by vic anesini and including bonus tracks from the time period of the album's initial release. Digitally remastered and expanded edition.
American Woman -Iconoclassic -2017 Expanded EditionICONOCLASSIC #ad - The in-depth essay by co-producer Ralph Chapman documents the sometimes confusing events surrounding the wonderful music created during the turbulence of the band's situation. This release is remastered from the original tapes by Vic Anesini and has never sounded better. Shrink-wrapped. Curiously following the successes came such turmoil that after an aborted attempt at the next album founding member Randy Bachman found himself on the outside of the band looking in.
Though these tracks, with randy, were never completely finished they were released by RCA in 1976 as an album called The Way They Were. The second disc is comprised of the tracks that were meant to be released as the follow-up album. This expanded edition of the album features single edits, unreleased tracks from the album sessions and different takes on album tracks as well as material that was attempted but not released.
American Woman -Iconoclassic -2017 Expanded Edition #ad - The original album sustained a chart run that lasted for more than a year, produced three hit singles and sent the band's career to new heights. Once randy departed the band decided to start the recording process over completely with new members Kurt Winter and Greg Leskiw and produced the highly successful Share The Land album.
The guess who's most successful album begins with the one-two punch of the title track and "No Time", the first single from the album. Digitally remastered and expanded deluxe two CD edition.
5 Cd Original Album ClassicsSony Music Canada Inc. #ad - Includes the albums canned wheat, American Woman, Share The Land, So Long Bannatyne and Rockin'. 2016 five cd set containing a quintet of original albums from Canadian rock icons. Each cd is packaged in a mini LP card sleeve and all are housed in a slipcase. Shrink-wrapped.
Artificial ParadiseICONOCLASSIC #ad - Never before individually released on CD, Artificial Paradise is also acclaimed for its unique sweepstakes style packaging, which is reproduced for this reissue. New recruits don mcdougall guitar, vocals contribued strong original material, vocals and Bill Wallace bass, as did returning guitarist Kurt Winter.
. Although not a major commercial success upon release, Artificial Paradise has become a firm audience favorite and is the most requested title by fans of Iconoclassic's Guess Who reissue series. Bandleader burton cummings brought several gems to the table, including Orly, The Watcher, and one of his state of the band addresses: Those Show Biz Shoes.
Artificial Paradise #ad - Artificial paradise, originally released in 1973, was The Guess Who's most band-oriented effort. Shrink-wrapped.
#10ICONOCLASSIC #10 #ad - Appropriately, #10 was more focused on Cummings' voice and songs than the Guess Who albums that immediately preceded it. Remastered by vic anesini, #10 is the sixth release in Iconoclassic's acclaimed Guess Who reissue series. While this caused some dissention in the band, the music by no means suffered. 10, originally released in 1973, represented The Guess Who's 10th album with lead singer/pianist Burton Cummings at the helm.
10 is among the guess who's more underrated albums, orchestrated balladry the hit single "glamour Boy, " presented here in both its original version and in a stripped-down, but includes a typically strong and diverse set of songs, " a revisit of Bachman-Cummings' "Miss Frizzy", touching on country-rock "Lie Down, prog "Musicione" and incisive, non-orchestrated mix as a bonus track.
#10 #ad - In-depth liner notes by guess who authority ralph chapman rush: Beyond The Lighted Stage, guitarist Donnie McDougall, drummer Garry Peterson, bassist Bill Wallace, Metal Evolution draw on commentary from Cummings, and arranger Allan Macmillan. Shrink-wrapped.
So Long, Bannatyne Iconoclassic Remaster- Bonus TracksICONOCLASSIC #ad - A fascinating lyrical continuity emerges that reveals a band and it's principal writers burdened by success, disillusionment and resignation, anger, tormented; the result being a kind of ad hoc concept record centering around themes of desperation, cynical, topics frontman Burton Cummings would continue to explore throughout the rest of The Guess Who's lifespan.
. The 1971 follow-up, so long, embracing more eclectic and less polished and commercial material, Bannatyne saw the band branching out, much of it with a considerably darker hue than the band's earlier material and heavily influenced by John Lennon's visceral Plastic Ono Band. The guess who proved they could weather a significant personnel change with 1970's triumphant Share The Land.
So Long, Bannatyne Iconoclassic Remaster- Bonus Tracks #ad - Digitally remastered and expanded edition. Shrink-wrapped.
Live At The ParamountSony Legacy 3897675 #ad - The 1972 release of this live lp, recorded over two nights in seattle, broke the top 40; this reissue tops it by adding six unissued performances from those shows! Powerhouse versions of American Woman; Albert Flasher, and Runnin' Back to Saskatoon are still here, but so are live performances of their hits No Time; These Eyes; Share the Land; Rain Dance, and more! Shrink-wrapped.
Road FoodICONOCLASSIC #ad - Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this 1974 album from the Canadian rockers. Artistically, the guess who had successfully reinvented themselves as an album oriented band with the records recorded after Randy Bachman's 1970 departure. But commercially, The Guess Who was in decline by 1974. Two previously unreleased, stripped down versions feature as bonus tracks, and spotlight the band's ever-present musical chemistry.
Road food provided two: The rollicking "Star Baby" earned the band it's first U. S. Shrink-wrapped. Top 40 hit since "rain dance, " while the celebratory "Clap for the Wolfman" featuring DJ Wolfman Jack brought The Guess Who all the way into the Top 10 Simply put, the band needed a hit. Elsewhere, road food presented typically eclectic fare, with bassist Bill Wallace in particular making a strong showing with the title track and "Straighten Out.
Road Food #ad - Burton cummings reflected on the band's recent history in the epic "Ballad of the Last Five Years, " while life on the road also informed "Attila's Blues" and "Pleasin' for Reason. Shrink-wrapped.
Dreams/answers - Deluxe Cd-vinyl Replica 2017Culture Factory #ad - The first white band on motown who created the Rare Earth imprint for them recorded this 1968 Verve LP before those successful years. Limited digitally remastered edition vinyl replica edition of this CD housed in a mini LP sleeve with obi strip including mini LP artwork that replicates original outer jacket and inner sleeve.
Dreams/answers was Rare Earth's 1968 debut album. Shrink-wrapped. Their debut lp features their take on "get ready" which would become their breakthrough smash for Motown two years later plus "New Rochelle, " "Searchin', " "Morning, " "Stop/Where Did Our Love Go" and more Rare Earth rock 'n' soul! Shrink-wrapped.