Is this the same Al Capps who sang with Lane Caudell the song "high in the mountains from the movie Sasquatch: The Legend of bigfoot (1977) ?? Reply See 1 reply Notify me Helpful.
The Odyssey is the sixth studio album by progressive metal band Symphony X, released on November 5, 2002 through Inside Out Music. The album is the band's first to be recorded entirely at guitarist Michael Romeo's home studio, The Dungeon. Accolade II" is a sequel to "The Accolade" from The Divine Wings of Tragedy (1997). The title track is the album's grand finale: a 24-minute musical interpretation of Homer's Odyssey, an epic poem about the journey of ancient Greek hero Odysseus.
Odyssey is originally a New York City, United States-based singing group, best known for their 1977 hit "Native New Yorker," and a series of other mainly dance and soul hits in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Now based in the United Kingdom, the band is led and fronted by Steven Collazo and continues to perform and record.
Band Name Grayson Capps. Album Name Songbones. Released date October 2007. Music StyleBlues Rock. Members owning this album0. 5. I Can't Hear You. 6. Mermaid. Album Name Wail & Ride. 12. Waterhole Branch. Other productions from Grayson Capps. Lost Cause Minstrels.
Al Capps & the Al Capps Orchestra. The Silvertone Years. Arranger, Orchestration.
Odyssey by HOME, released 01 July 2014 1. Intro 2. Native 3. Decay 4. Oort Cloud 5. Tides 6. Nights (I Wish I Could Be There) 7. Odyssey 8. New Machines 9. Resonance 10. Come Back Down 11. Half Moon 12. On The Way Ou. bertandfrogs So good - I listen over and over whenever I'm doing homework or focused on something, or just for fun!
The Al Capps Orchestra. For the last 14 days: 1 tracks. The Al Capps Orchestra top songs. 1. Gentle On My Mind. The Beatles All You Need Is Love. Radio Caprice - Classic rock, Rock. Coldplay In My Place.
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