Download It - Revolution
- Mastered By – James Arter
- Mixed By – Nick Jackson
The first single taken from the album We're All In This Together.
- Recorded At – Spacehouse Studio, London
- Mixed At – Spacehouse Studio, London
The American Revolution is the debut studio album and second overall album by David Peel and The Lower East Side, released in 1970 through Elektra Records. All tracks are written by David Peel, except where noted. Tony Bartoli drums. Harold C. Black vocals, tambourine. Herb Bushler bass guitar. Richard Grando soprano saxophone. David Horowitz organ. David Peel vocals, guitar. Billy Joe White vocals, guitar. Production and additional personnel. Joel Brodsky photography. Revolution' UK CRZ 16 90001 is the first single taken from the new IT album, 'We're All In This Together. Release date For more to music from The American Revolution. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The American Revolution - American Revolution 1968. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Rock Pop-Rock Psychedelic Rock. American Revolution. Suicidal Tendencies. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Lenny Kravitz : It Is Time for a Love Revolution,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. IT Revolution, Portland, Oregon. IT Revolution produces thought leadership through publishing, events, and research with technology leaders. Author, Researcher, and Founder of IT Revolution. Gene is a huge fan of IT operations and how it can e. Following the recordings of Revolution 1 and Revolution 9 both of which would appear on The White Album that November, John made a positively blistering version of the song for more immediate release. Instead of going out on its own, the fast, distortion-heavy Revolution hit the market as the B-side to Pauls smash hit Hey Jude late in August. Since The White Album was set to go out with Johns original take on Revolution 1 as well as the experimental Revolution 9, including a third version didnt make any sense. Apparently, there was no question of it substituting for the slow version, either. On its 1997 follow up, REVOLUTION, the band takes a cue from a track on its previous release, It'll Be Alright, and explores its Beatles fixation more freely. A retropsychedelic vibe permeates the album, clearly evident on such highlights as American Pie and the long and winding epic Heaven it Cries. But Slaughter didn't completely turn its back on its previous direction, as evidenced by such tracks as the ballad Can We Find a Way, and the rocking title track. American revolution. Collection by Catherine Nolte , Last updated 11 days ago