lista zespołów Progressive Rock The Gods The Gods Featuring Ken Hensley. Dodaj teksty piosenek do albumu. Album Name The Gods Featuring Ken Hensley. Wydawcy Harvest Records EMI Records. Styl muzycznyProgressive Rock. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album0.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "The Gods Featuring Ken Hensley" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. The Gods were an English group founded in 1965. The original bandmembers included Mick Taylor (later with John Mayall's Bluesbreakers and the Rolling Stones), Brian Glascock, and his brother John (later with Jethro Tull), future Uriah Heep keyboardist Ken Hensley, and Joe Konas.
With Toe Fat. With National Head Band. He also played on David Byron's and Ken Hensley's solo albums, among other efforts during this period. After achieving extreme commercial success with Ozzy Osbourne in the early 1980s, Kernslake rejoined Uriah Heep in time for their Abominog album, regarded as a comeback album for the band by many critics.
The Gods Featuring Ken Hensley. Lue toisella kielellä. Tarkkaile tätä sivua. The Gods Featuring Ken Hensley on The Godsin vuonna 1976 julkaisema kokoelma-albumi. Puoli 1. Real Love Guaranteed (Konas/Hensley) . 9. Farthing Man (Konas) . 0. Penny Dear (Konas) . 5. Lovely Anita (Kerslake) . Momma I Need (Hensley/Konas) . Candlelight (Hensley) . 1. Radio Show (Sugarman/Robertson) . 2. Hey Bulldog (Lennon/Mccartney) . Puoli 2. Maria (Bernstein/Sondheim) . 8. Yes I Cry (Konas) .
Time and Eternity from The Gods, featuring Lee Kerslake,on drums/vocals, Joe Konas, guitar, Ken Hensley, organ, and John Glasscock, bass. The Gods added a new photo to the album The Gods. 2 November 2014 ·. Huty17565233. Gods perform on stage, Starlight Ballroom, Sudbury, UK, 1966, featuring Mick Taylor (right) later of The Rolling Stones. Photo by Michael Putland/Getty Images). The Gods added a new photo to the album The Gods - with Ken Hensley and 3 others
The Gods Featuring Ken Hensley.
The Gods are best remembered for the bands the members went on to join, rather for their own music. Ken Hensley became the keyboard player and principal song writer with Uriah Heep before joining Blackfoot and pursuing a solo career. Lee Kerslake also joined Uriah Heep whom he remained with until this year (apart from brief spell with Ozzie Osbourne's band). John Glasscock was a stalwart of Jethro Tull. Uriah Heep bassist Paul Newton, Mick Taylor and Greg Lake also featured in the line up, but not on the band's albums.
The Gods (2) - The Gods Featuring Ken Hensley (Comp). The Gods (2). The Gods (2) - To Samuel A Son (Album). Columbia, EMI. UK. 1969.
|Real Love Guaranteed|
|Momma I Need|
|Yes I Cry|
|Candles Getting Shorter|
|Somewhere In The Street|
|Towards The Skies|
|SHSM 2011||The Gods||The Gods Featuring Ken Hensley (LP, Comp)||Harvest||SHSM 2011||UK||1976|
|IMP 1012||The Gods||The Gods Featuring Ken Hensley (LP, Comp)||EMI||IMP 1012||US||1976|
|IMP 1012||The Gods||The Gods Featuring Ken Hensley (LP, Comp, Promo)||EMI||IMP 1012||US||1976|
|C5 537||The Gods||The Very Best Of The Gods Featuring Ken Hensley (LP, Comp)||C5 Records||C5 537||France||1989|