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8 thoughts on “ Bolero Babe - Family (6) - Bandstand (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Aug 29,  · Bandstand is probably Family's most accessible album. It has enough variety and eccentricities to satisfy the devotees, but also a number of songs a Family fan could play for friends without frightening them away. Lovely ballads like "My Friend The Sun" and "Dark Eyes." A crackling rocker like "Burlesque."/5(27).
  2. Bandstand is the sixth studio album by the British progressive rock band Family. Released in , it was the second and last album to chart in the United States. The original album cover was die-cut in the shape of a Bush TV22 television set, with a black-and-white image of the band onscreen.
  3. The band lineup is the same as the lineup on Fearless, which is the album I consider the classic Family album. The songs on Bandstand seem more like throw away material than the extremely innovative material found on Fearless or for that matter their great 60's lp Music in A Doll's House/5(28).
  4. Bandstand All good. Got to see the band in concert when they released Bandstand originally. The album is very true to the live performance, where the music was the focus rather than the trappings we tend to see today. Nice to hear the old vinyl being rereleased from a period where there was a lot of great stuff that didn't always make the charts.
  5. Music In A Dolls House () Family Entertainment () A Song For Me () Anyway () Old Songs New Songs () Fearless () Bandstand () It’s Only A Movie () A’s &am.
  6. Between and , Family had released six albums in four years, and the strain of it had been starting to show on recent albums. 's Bandstand saw the band having dispensed with much of their progressiveness for a more straight ahead rock approach, and the .
  7. Aug 30,  · 9 videos Play all Family / BANDSTAND sbritt; FAMILY - Interview with Roger Chapman and Rob Townsend - Duration: Bolero Babe - Duration: Family - Topic 1, views.
  8. More important, by the time of Bandstand's release, Family had reconciled the war between their art-rock and hard rock tendencies; that is to say, there is more of the latter and less of the former. So, the record doesn't have the internal stress of their earlier releases, but what it does have is Chapman shouting like he could take on the Price: $

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