ARTIST: Pat Travers & Carmine Appice. ALBUM, TITLE: It Takes A Lot Of Balls. Release year, date: 2004. COUNTRY: Canada, USA. STYLE: Hard Blues Rock. LABEL: Stemhammer, SPV. Duration: 00:58:30. Pat Travers - guitars, vocals Carmine Appice - drums, vocals Uriah Duffy - bass . Stevens - bass, lead vocals on "Gotta Have Ya" Greg Hampton - additional DG vocals.
Pat Travers and Carmine Appice – пусть и старая, но блестящая и проверенная школа настоящего рока. Их потенциал просто завораживает и не может оставить равнодушным. В их творениях можно услышать экспериментальное течение, но главным стилем все же остается хард-рок. EAC extraction logfile from 15. August 2018, 14:55. Travers & Appice, It Takes A Lot Of Balls. exe Additional command line options : -8 -V -T "TITLE %title%" -T "ARTIST %artist%" -T "ALBUMARTIST %albumartist%" -T "ALBUM %.
The album sounds like it has been recorded almost live, and it has a very pure, energetic, and raw edge to it. Pat Travers’ guitar sound comes through like a dream, and Carmine is enjoying himself a lot behind his Leopard-drumkit, as usual. Of course, Carmine Appice has played better in his heyday; but at age 57 he can still pull it off. The same can be said about Pat Travers, at age 50. The best moment on It Takes A Lot Of Balls is Stand Up, which contains plenty of great 70/s guitarhooks and drumbreaks.
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And let's not fool ourselves, as long as it was rumored to be in the cards, the pairing of classic rock icons Pat Travers and Carmine Appice via 2004's It Takes a Lot of Balls was probably whipped together on a mutually convenient free weekend or two – all 13 songs of it! Of course, seasoned pros (legends even, remember?) that they are, Travers and Appice treat every one of these songs as if it was their last, resulting in a sense of enthusiasm that ends up carrying the day as much as their unquestionable musical chops. And in the event anyone should pick up this album who isn't actually a card-carrying fan club member of either musician, well, chances are they won't really get the gist of all this hero and legend talk. But listen closely and you may just get it eventually.
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Foolishly I thought that Pat Travers and Carmine Appice got together again and produced/created a new CD. I was wrong.
The guitar Travers most often appeared with on stage and on album covers in the band's early years was a 1964/65 model double cutaway, double pickup Gibson Melody Maker. 2004 It Takes a Lot of Balls. 2005 Live at the House of Blues. 2016 The Balls Album. 1977 Glenn Hughes Play Me Out.