Sign Up Now | Log In

Member Login




Amnesia?
Loading...

Goddo - Best Seat In The House (Lighve) (1981)

5-08-2015, 09:42
Rock | FLAC / APE



Goddo - Best Seat In The House (Lighve) (1981)

Artist: Goddo
Title Of Album: Best Seat In The House (Lighve)
Year Of Release: 1981
Label: Unidisc Music Inc.
Genre: Hard Rock
Quality: Lossless
Bitrate: FLAC (image+.cue)
Total Time: 01:45:19
Total Size: 867 Mb
WebSite: discogs.com

Tracklist:

CD 1:
01. Anacana Panacana (1:03)
02. So Walk On (5:29)
03. Work It Out (6:36)
04. Sweet Thing (4:06)
05. Home Made Lady (3:34)
06. 12 Days (3:37)
07. Sing On The Line (5:32)
08. Forget About Forgetting (3:55)
09. Under My Hat (6:56)
10. Drop Dead, That's Who (2:50)
11. Let That Lizard Loose (7:14)

CD 2:
01. Vampire Eyes (7:46)
02. Pimpmobile (3:33)
03. Bus Driver Blues (5:25)
04. Rosie (5:47)
05. The Verdict's In (3:27)
06. The Hard Years (3:17)
07. You're So Cruel (5:58)
08. Cock On (5:35)
09. Drive Me Crazy (5:16)
10. Too Much Carousing (5:02)
11. O Carol (Kiss My Whip) (3:17)

Line-Up:
Drums, Backing Vocals – Doug Inglis
Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals, Bass – Gino Scarpelli
Lead Vocals, Vocals [Bass], Lead Guitar – Greg Godovitz

Hard-rocking Canuck outfit Goddo was a textbook example of that quintessential '70s rock aggregate known as the power trio. So it's no surprise that at the height of those powers, the group indulged in that most quintessential of '70s rock exercises: the double live album. Pleasantly, though, Lighve: Best Seat in the House -- which they didn't actually get around to recording until 1981 -- eschews the excesses often found on concert recordings. Although it had been a while since singer/bassist Greg Godovitz, guitarist Gino Scarpelli, and drummer Doug Inglis toiled in clubs, their show remained as lean and fiery as that of a bar band hustling for tips. Hitting the ground strutting with the clanging arena rocker "So Walk On," the boys bulldoze though an 18-song set of no-frills metal, rock, and blues, concentrating on crowd-pleasers like "Sweet Thing," "Cock On," and "Too Much Carousing." Ego massages are few; there are no 20-minute solos, no long-winded stories, no audience-participation epics. Godovitz straps on a six-string to thrash out some Chuck Berry-ish riffs before "Let That Lizard Loose"; Scarpelli dishes out some whammy bar abuse and trades fours with the rock-solid Inglis on "Pimpmobile." Otherwise, the overdub-free Lighve: Best Seat in the House offers 90 minutes of Goddo in its natural element. (At least, it did in the original LP form.) In the mid-'90s, an abridged CD version was issued, minus "Pimpmobile," "The Verdict's In," and, go figure, the anti-music biz screed "Sign on the Line."





Tired of advertising and pop-ups? Join Now on IsraBox
Register on IsraBox allows you to access to the full resources. You can see torrent links, leave your comments, see hidden text, minimum advertising (no pop-ups), ask for supports and much more.

  • 0
0 voted


Information


Users of are not allowed to comment this publication.