Rick Derringer - Face To Face
Жанр: Rock
Носитель: WEB
Год издания: 1980 (2010 WEB)
Издатель (лейбл): Legacy Recordings
Страна исполнителя (группы): USA
Аудиокодек: FLAC (*.flac)
Тип рипа: tracks
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 39:33
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: front
1. Runaway (04:40)
2. You'll Get Yours (05:00)
3. Big City Loneliness (04:01)
4. Burn the Midnight Oil (05:35)
5. Let the Music Play (03:27)
6. Jump, Jump, Jump (07:14)
7. I Want a Lover (03:24)
8. My, My, Hey Hey (Out of the Blue) (06:10)

Лог проверки качества

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1 -=- 01 - Runaway.flac -=- MPEG (95%)2 -=- 02 - You'll Get Yours.flac -=- MPEG (95%)3 -=- 03 - Big City Loneliness.flac -=- CDDA (100%)4 -=- 04 - Burn the Midnight Oil.flac -=- MPEG (95%)5 -=- 05 - Let the Music Play.flac -=- MPEG (95%)6 -=- 06 - Jump_ Jump_ Jump.flac -=- CDDA (100%)7 -=- 07 - I Want a Lover.flac -=- MPEG (95%)8 -=- 08 - My My Hey Hey (Out of the Blue).flac -=- MPEG (95%)
Сводка 28,75% CDDA

Скриншот спектра частот

DR Log

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--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Analyzed: Rick Derringer / Face To Face--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DR Peak RMS Duration Track--------------------------------------------------------------------------------DR12 -1.24 dB -15.44 dB 4:40 01-RunawayDR12 -1.24 dB -14.61 dB 5:01 02-You'll Get YoursDR14 -1.24 dB -17.52 dB 4:01 03-Big City LonelinessDR10 -1.24 dB -13.54 dB 5:35 04-Burn the Midnight OilDR11 -1.24 dB -14.31 dB 3:27 05-Let the Music PlayDR12 -1.24 dB -15.48 dB 7:15 06-Jump, Jump, JumpDR12 -1.24 dB -14.69 dB 3:24 07-I Want a LoverDR12 -1.24 dB -15.95 dB 6:10 08-My, My, Hey Hey (Out of the Blue)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of tracks: 8Official DR value: DR12
Samplerate: 44100 HzChannels: 2Bits per sample: 16Bitrate: 887 kbpsCodec: FLAC================================================================================
Доп. информация: БЛЮЗ-РОКА ЗДЕСЬ НЕТ! Этот альбом американского гитариста Рика Дерринджера выдержан в обычном для большинства его альбомов стиле - коммерческий рок, или глэм-рок, или поп-рок. Именно в этом жанре он прославился в мире рок-музыки в качестве гитариста группы The Edgar Winter Group, а затем и в своём сольном творчестве. Думаю, что он понравится любителям таких поп-рок групп, как ELO, 10CC. Лично у меня этот альбом самый любимый в дискографии музыканта, наслаждаюсь этой музыкой больше 30-и лет, искал его в отдельном издании с 1985 года, и вот наконец нашёл. Он присутствует в издании, объединённом с альбомом 1978 г. - If I Weren't So Romantic, I'd Shoot You, который мне не нравится, - http://********.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3115311 .
Лог проверки качества показывает неважный результат, но по спектрам видно, что частоты не срезаны, а кроме того, спектры совпадают со сдвоенным изданием на CD, я проверял. Да и слышно, что звук нормальный.
Приятного всем прослушивания.
Rick Derringer на трекере

Об исполнителе (группе)

Young entertainer Rick Derringer was just 17 when his band The McCoys TM recorded the No.1 hit "Hang On Sloopy" in the summer of 1965, knocking "Yesterday" by The Beatles out of the top spot. The McCoys had enjoyed four years of successful touring, when Rick merged his talents with Johnny Winter in 1969 forming Johnny Winter And (And referring to the McCoys). Rick was the only producer of all gold and platinum Winter Brothers recordings. In '71 Rick was featured on three records, "Johnny Winter And", "Johnny Winter And-Live" and "Edgar Winter's White Trash". "And" featured the first version of Derringer's "Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo" which was also released as a single, then selected again for "And - Live." Eventually, the busy Derringer joined Edgar Winter's White Trash full-time and produced the gold LP, "Roadwork." Derringer's solo album, All American Boy was released in '73 with the now already popular "Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo" this time as a 'hit' single.
Rick was writer/producer of the Still Alive And Well album and player/producer of the hit album, They Only Come Out At Night. The latter featured the No. 1, Grammy nominated monster hit, "Frankenstein" and "Free Ride." In 1976 Rick created the Derringer. He released four albums and in '83 returned to his solo career with the LP, Good Dirty Fun.
Throughout the '70s and '80s the popular Derringer appeared on numerous albums with artists Alice Cooper, Richie Havens, Todd Rundgren and Steely Dan. The list also includes Cyndi Lauper, Barbra Streisand, Kiss, Mason Ruffner and Madam X. In the mid-80s, Derringer discovered Weird Al Yankovic, producing music for Grammy-winning albums and videos. Derringer's productions of the Michael Jackson parodies, the No. 1 hit "Eat It", and "Who's Fat", have been Yankovic's most successful recordings.
In the '90s, Rick was selected to be producer/writer/performer of the World Wrestling Federation LP Hulk Hogan's theme song, "I Am A Real American" was written and performed by Rick as a part of these projects. Derringer was once again sought after by Edgar Winter and in 1990, performed for the LP, Edgar Winter and Rick Derringer Live in Japan. Then in 1999 Rick and Edgar were back together again for their collaboration on his Winter Blues CD. Rick also recorded four blues CD's starting in '93 with Back to the Blues followed by Electra Blues, Blues Deluxe and his 2000 release Jackhammer Blues. At about that same period Derringer, who seems to be constantly in motion, released his destined-to-be-classic Tend the Fire in Europe to rave reviews and was eagerly expected and welcomed by his loyal fans here in the US.
The year 2001 was another busy one for Rick. His venture back into Rock & Roll with Vanilla Fudge superstars Carmine Appice and Tim Bogert produced a recording of intense synergy - DBA (for Derringer, Bogert & Appice) with vocals, writing and instrumentals shared by all three. 2004 promised a reprise for Derringer and Appice, with the release of D-N-A.
After DBA the next project was truly a work from the heart and soul of Rick and his wife Brenda Jean (Jenda Hall). Entitled Aiming 4 Heaven, it brought forth their devotion to God and put it into song with help from their children, Lory & Martin. That project opened the doors for a worldwide release on Reborn Records.
We can't forget the Winter of 2002, where Rick ventured into a whole new musical world - Smooth Jazz. Interest in Rick Derringer - Free Ride grew quickly at radio, and the second single "Hot And Cool" (in the 'Radio and Records' top 20 for 5 months, and number 42 for the year) showed Derringer right at home in the format. It might come as a surprise, but as he explains, it's the kind of music he's been waiting to do his whole life. His wife Brenda is featured as co-writer on three songs, and arranger/singer on the title cut.
In 2007, Rick released Rockin' America, featuring the patriotic song Real American, which has been used by The President, during political campaigns, and on the hit FX series, "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia". In 2009, Rick released yet another display of blues talent on Knighted by the Blues, again featuring wife Jenda as co-writer on several songs. In 2010, Rick released an amazing compilation of Freddie, Albert and B.B. King on The Three Kings of the Blues. And finally, the year 2013 marks the 40th anniversary of Rick Derringer's All American Boy debut solo album and his long journey of successes as producer, songwriter, and player throughout the years.
It seems like almost too much story to take in at one sitting, but the most surprising part is...... after more than four decades he's still going strong!" - http://www.rickderringer.com/biography.html
I went to Catholic school through the eighth grade. They taught me many good things. They told me I could go to confession and ask for forgiveness. Most often, the priest would tell me to say six "Our Fathers" and six "Hail Marys" for the repentance of my sins. However, he did not stress that I should not sin in the first place and he did not encourage me to say thank you to the Lord!
In 1962, I began secular public high school and started a "garage band" called The McCoys. That is the year I started thinking less about the Lord.
The McCoys got better musically and in 1965, the year of my graduation, I recorded a song called "Hang On Sloopy." That period was called Beatlemania and it was also remembered as the summer of love - but it wasn't the love of Jesus that they were talking about. The world had discovered psychedelic drugs and people had fallen in love with marijuana and LSD.
It took me a little while, but playing music at pop festivals and love-ins eventually encouraged me to begin taking drugs myself. I was overwhelmed with success in the music business and getting farther and farther away from the Lord. I had forgotten where ny talent came from in the first place and had forgotten who it was that blessed me with all that success. So, once again, I didn't say thank you to the Lord.
By all earthly standards, I was very successful. My records were selling like hot cakes! I played on the entire 1966 American tour of the Rolling Stones. I played music with John Lennon and became friends with Jimi Hendrix and later Stevie Ray Vaughn. I played on most of the records of Steely Dan, recorded with Barbara Streisand, and began writing and touring with Cyndi Lauper. Duane Allman of the Allman Brothers Band told me that my guitar playing influenced him to play slide guitar. I have to admit, some people I worked with seemed pretty ungodly - people like KISS and Alice Cooper. I was getting farther and farther from the Lord.
Because I had forgotten the Lord.
It all came to a head in 1997; and even though my troubles at the time seemed overwhelming, I finally remembered there is someone to turn to - Our Savior, the Lord, Jesus Christ. I got down on my knees and started to praying. I asked for forgiveness. I asked for advice. I asked for Divine guidance and help. The Lord keeps His promises. Ask and you shall receive. He gave me the answers I needed and the strength to do what I had to do. But you know what? Although I still had not said thank you, the Lord did not give up on me. He had a plan for me. He has a plan for all of us.
It was time the Lord sent someone to help me right here on Earth, for the rest of my life. Her name was Jenda and she became my wife. Jenda reminded me, finally, to say thank you to the Lord. Jenda said, "Rick, you've got to be reborn,' and she took me to the river to be baptized. I was washed of my sins and began a relationship with Jesus Christ, as my Lord and Savior. I have come to realize that the Lord allowed me to survive drugs, alcohol and sins of the flesh so that I can stand here today as an example. A living, breathing example for all of you who think there is no way out; or all of you who think you are trapped in your addictions. The Lord can fix it all! He can bless you with the strength to beat any addiction. He died on the cross for your sins and gave you the opportunity to spend eternity in Heaven.
Now you and I have a debt to repay. Say thank you to the Lord. Ask Him for His forgiveness and ask Him to come into your life. Share your life with Him so that you too can be a Christ filled example for others.
Rick" - http://www.rickderringer.com/testimony.html

Об альбоме (сборнике)

"... 1980, Face To Face finding Derringer teaming up with bassist Donnie Kisselbach. The pair split the songwriting on the album and while it leans on the poppy-rocky-prog of Guitars And Women, the results are a much less forced set of songs. "Runaway" pulls in numerous directions, reminding of everyone from ELO to Supertramp via Cheap Trick, while "Big City Loneliness" is almost a Paul McCartney like slowie. With "Burn The Midnight Oil" a big bold rocker and "Let The Music Play" almost veering into 10CC territory, the real surprise comes as live versions of "Jump Jump Jump" (from All American Boy) and the Neil Young classic "My My, Hey Hey (Out Of The Blue)" focus on a bluesy guitar side that is the polar opposite of the studio cuts - especially when the studio take of the good time rock and roll of "I Want A Lover" falls in between the pair. Somehow the disparity it creates actually heightens the experience, highlighting the class on show as it does so."-- seaoftranquility


Bass, Vocals – Donnie Kisselbach
Drums, Vocals – Jimmy Wilcox
Guitar, Vocals – Rick Derringer
Keyboards, Vocals – Benjy King
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