Hour Glass

Some articles on hour glass, hours:

Johnny Warman - Mind Games 1977-1980
... Warman recorded the entirety of the album Hour Glass at Startling Studio and remixed at Roundhouse Studios planned initially for release as Ring O'Records 202 ... in 1978 ... The album was launched at The Planetarium in Hamburg and Hour Glass received strong reviews but failed to make any chart impact ... A single was released to accompany the Hour Glass album in West Germany, the new "Golden Lions" recorded at Townhouse backed with "Tomorrow's Babies" from the album, which also failed to chart ...
Duane Allman - Allman Joys and Hour Glass
... Joys morphed into another not-completely-successful band, The Hour Glass, which moved to Los Angeles in early 1967 ... There the Hour Glass produced two albums that left the band unsatisfied ... "About two hours after I left, my phone rang," Gregg states ...
Dreams (The Allman Brothers Band Album) - Track Listing - Disc One
... - The Allman Joys (333) Cast Off All My Fears - The Hour Glass (325) Down in Texas - The Hour Glass (307) Ain't No Good to Cry - The Hour Glass (306) B.B ... King Medley Sweet Little Angel/It's My Own Fault/How Blue Can You Get - The Hour Glass (706) Morning Dew - The 31 February (346) God Rest His Soul - The ...
The Allman Brothers Band - Band History - Beginnings
... From there the brothers formed Hour Glass and moved to Los Angeles ... The Hour Glass released two failed albums on Liberty Records in 1967 and 1968 ... decided to record an album with them in September 1968, shortly after the breakup of Hour Glass ...
Southbound (Hour Glass Album)
... Southbound is a compilation record by The Hour Glass, featuring outtakes from each of the group's two albums for Liberty Records, The Hour Glass (1967) and Power of Love (1968) as ... All of the material had been previously released on the 1992 EMI reissues of The Hour Glass and Power of Love, both now out of print ...

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