Fourplay is the eighth album by The Sensational Alex Harvey Band, and it was the first album to be made without Alex Harvey. The Sensational Alex Harvey Band were titled as "SAHB (Without Alex)" on the album cover. Alex Harvey was producing another album called Alex Harvey Presents: The Loch Ness Monster. Fourplay was originally released in 1977 on vinyl and cassette
Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Sensational Alex Harvey Band. Fronted by Alex Harvey accompanied by Zal Cleminson on guitar, bassist Chris Glen, keyboard player Hugh McKenna and drummer Ted McKenna, their music veered from progressive rock to experimental jazz, around a core of experimental and avant garde rock, dealing with themes from environmentalism to chinese take away food.
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Live (The Sensational Alex Harvey Band album). Live was the first live album (fifth album overall) by The Sensational Alex Harvey Band, and was originally released in 1975. The album was released separately on CD, but it can be hard to find. The other album being The Penthouse Tapes. This album also features a cover version of the Tom Jones song "Delilah".
Alex harvey and his soul band. 3. I Just Wanna Make Love to You. 4. Elevator Rock. 5. St. james Infirmary. Alex harvey and his soul band. 7. Reelin' and Rockin'. 8. Ain't That Just Too bad. ALEX HARVEY. 13. Roman Wall blues.
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Harvey's merger with Tear Gas, a faltering rock band, was the smartest move of his career. With a heady mix of theatrics and driving rock, SAHB quickly made a name for themselves across England, releasing this album along the way. Harvey struts and yowls and gets raunchy (prefiguring the SAHB version of Delilah) while Zal Cleminson rips up the territory with some astounding guitar work. A great debut and a hell of a rock album. Jim Linning: Great album from a great band. I was lucky enough to see them live a couple of times and it a testament to their theatricality and skill that they could entertain a rock crowd with such disparate musical styles and influences. This is well reflected in Framed, which offers such a variety of songs it can take a few listens to get into and a truly open mind to appreciate.