Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Zephyr - Sunset Ride(Remaster)

Zephyr was a blues based hard rock band formed in 1968 in Boulder, Colorado by guitarist Tommy Bolin, keyboardist John Faris, David Givens on bass guitar, Rob Chamberlain on drums and Candy Givens on vocals. Zephyr's second album (1972 ) featured Firefall's Jock Bartley in place of Tommy Bolin, the replacement of Bobby Berge and John Faris, and one of the few known recorded appearances of Bobby Notkoff, other than his work with Neil Young, for whom he created the heart wrenching violin break on Running Dry. Lead singer Candy Givens passed away already, and this album is perhaps her most passionate legacy.

17 comments:

theseekersturntable said...

1972 Zephyr - Sunset Ride
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Anonymous said...

Thanks this is a real find--great sound

Dr Debaser

Anonymous said...

great stuff man!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Tom Eckels said...

Actually this is Zephyr's 3rd and final release. The second album was called "Going back to Colorado". It's a great piece of work also but completely different than this one......well worth having if you can find it.

tc

ARG'S said...

I have their 1st Lp and its fantastic. ThanKs man for the good music you post! Argyris from Greece.

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