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Graham Oliver - End Of An Era download album

  • Performer: Graham Oliver
  • Title: End Of An Era
  • Genre: Rock
  • Released: 2001
  • Style: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
  • MP3 album: 1570 mb
  • FLAC album: 1815 mb
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Graham Oliver - End Of An Era download album

Jimi Hendrix had cemented his rank among rock's greatest guitarists long before his untimely death on September 18, 1970. This solo album from the Saxon founder is the only latest such testimonial, having originally been conceived to showcase material that didn't fit his parent band. Of course, what began as a side project soon mushroomed into a more ambitious affair. The thunderous opening track gets matters off to a flying start; it's a rousing tribute to how Hendrix's vision influenced Oliver's formative years, bolstered by an authoritative armada of guitar breaks.

Band Graham Oliver (guitarist from Saxon) Info: End Of An Era Info: UK Style: Hard Rock/Blues Rock Years: 2001 Info: Lossless/FLAC (image+ Tracklist: 1. Born To Rock'n'Roll (5:20) 2. Can You See Me (2:38) 3. Wamita (3:47) 4. Standing In The Rain (5:04) 5. Golden Shred Jam (4:00) 6. End Of An Era (6:28) 7. Ode To A Wild Blue Angel (3:28) 8. Annabel (4:28) 9. Love Or Confusion (3:20) 10. Goodbye To Yesterday (4:06) 11. Never Surrender (3:17) 12.

Jimi Hendrix had cemented his rank among rock's greatest guitarists long before his untimely death on September 18, 1970.

Graham Oliver (born 6 July 1952) is an English guitarist who was born in Mexborough, South Yorkshire. Oliver is notable for having been a guitarist in the heavy metal band Saxon. Oliver played with Saxon from 1976 to 1995. After leaving the band, he initially reformed his old band Son of a Bitch with former Saxon bassist Steve Dawson and drummer Pete Gill. Son of a Bitch released the album Victim You with Thunderhead singer Ted Bullet. Bullet and Gill left the band after the release of the album. Oliver has also released the solo album End of an Era. Five of the tracks were written and performed by the rock indie band Bullrush, with whom Graham Oliver's son Paul played drums, along Steve Tudberry and Scott Howitt. Also appearing on the album were Pete Gill, Steve Dawson, Kev Moore, Paul Johnson, Phil Hendriks, Richard Spencer and Chris Archer.

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1. (00:05:20) Graham Oliver - Born To Rock'n'Roll. 2. (00:02:39) Graham Oliver - Can You See Me. 3. (00:03:48) Graham Oliver - Wamita. 4. (00:05:05) Graham Oliver - Standing In The Rain. 5. (00:04:00) Graham Oliver - Golden Shred Jam.


1 Born To Rock'n'Roll
2 Can You See Me?
3 Wamita
4 Standing In The Rain
5 Golden Shred Jam
6 End Of An Era
7 Ode To A Wild Blue Angel
8 Annabel
9 Love Or Confusion
10 Goodbye To Yesterday
11 Never Surrender
12 Sippin' Wine
13 Sonic


12-pages booklet

Track 2 and 9 by Jimi Hendrix
Track 12 by Cristopher Cross

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