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Attila The Hun - The Dregs* - Unsung Heroes (CD, Album)

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  1. Dixie Dregs - Unsung Heroes: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: Cruise Control I'll Just Pick: A4: Day B1: Rock & Roll Park: B2: Attila The Hun: B3: Kat Food: See more tracks * Items below may differ depending on the release. Dixie Dregs .
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Unsung Heroes on Discogs/5(2).
  3. AllMusic Review by Victor W. Valdivia [+] As its title and cover implies, Unsung Heroes is an entirely instrumental LP, full of the jazz-rock fusion that the Dixie Dregs have made famous. Steve Morse is, not surprisingly, the key player -- he wrote and produced the entire album -- but keyboardist T. Lavitz and violinist Allen Sloan also shine.
  4. The Dregs - Unsung Heroes Vinyl | LP Cover () | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz | mb Mastered At Sterling Sound By George Marino Label: Arista/AL | Released: | Genre: Progressive-Fusion Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection. In the early '80s the blight of commercialitis had severely degraded the quality of progressive music being condownhudisamirederstonfirsdehe.coinfog: Attila The Hun.
  5. Unsung heroes from is an usual Dixie Dregs album. Same kind mood, same arrangements, same violin interplays, almost some pieces can easely enter on any DD previous albums, but doesn't mean is bad, is just a typical DD album and nothing more/5(9).
  6. Artist: Dixie Dregs Title: Unsung Heroes Year Of Release: Label: Arista Genre: Jazz-Rock, Prog Rock Quality: Mp3 / Flac (image,.cue, log) Total Time: Total Size: 95/ Mb (scans) WebSite: Album Preview.
  7. Dreags of the Earth: Road Expense Pride O’ The Farm Twiggs Approved Hereafter The Great Spectacular Broad Street Strut I’m Freaking Out Old World Unsung Heroes: Cruise Control Divided We Stand I’ll Just Pick Day Rock & Roll Park Attila The Hun Kat Food Go For Baroque Industry Standard: Assembly Line Crank It Up Chips Ahoy Bloodsucking Leeches Up In The Air Ridin’ High .
  8. Unsung Heroes majors on the band’s fusion flavours, with the frenetic opener ‘Cruise Control’ and the Mahavishnu-esque ‘Divided We Stand’ with a great Morse solo and Allen Sloan’s violin harmonies. ‘Attila The Hun’ brings to mind the work of David Cross (King Crimson) whilst ‘Go For Baroque’ gives Morse the chance to flex his classical fingers, yet another musical strand that permeates these albums.
  9. May 30,  · In the early ’80s the blight of commercialitis had severely degraded the quality of progressive music being created. There are still many gems from that era. Unsung Heroes isn’t necessarily one of them yet a fine, and imperfect album all the same. The Dregs dropped the “Dixie” from their name in an attempt to reach a broader audience.

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