Category: Jazz

  1. Nashakar Reply
    In the late '70s, San Francisco's SVT were hotly-tipped for success; their blend of rock and New Wave hit harder than other local contenders (Huey Lewis, Greg Kihn) and it didn't hurt that Jack Casady was their bassist. Beloved gems such as "Heart of Stone," "Love Blind" and "You Don't Rock" live on with this reissue.
  2. Dubei Reply
    Windows by Frankie Cosmos, released 06 September I still like looking out windows I know how to forgive those sceneries for surrounding me but you did it differently I don't know how with you though I'd really like to I'm waiting for you to become something I heard somewhere once I want guidance, direction even for just a second Spit out diamonds, cough up rubies Call me when you Missing: SVT.
  3. Misho Reply
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  4. Goltilkree Reply
    In SVT's music became available on CD for the first time ever. Rykodisc released SVT's second album "No Regrets" with four bonus tracks. The re-release was produced by Johnny Colla and Brian Marnell's brother Randy Marnell. The CD includes liner notes by Johnny Colla who had been a good friend of Brian Marnell since and played with Brian in Sound .
  5. Tygonris Reply
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for No Regrets - SVT on AllMusic - - The second album by SVT is an appealing blast of.
  6. Vokinos Reply
    Jul 15,  · Provided to YouTube by Ryko/Rhino Waiting For You · SVT No Regrets ℗ Estate Of Brian Marnell Auto-generated by YouTube.
  7. Gardanos Reply
    SVT was a San Francisco power pop/new wave band from the late s and early s. They are perhaps best remembered for their bassist Jack Casady, who had played in both Jefferson Airplane and Hot camensaobdomanthesbymildafesandxmeh.coinfo members were singer Brian Marnell, drummer Bill Gibson (later of Huey Lewis and the News, replaced by Paul Zahl), and Nick Buck, also a Hot Tuna veteran, .
  8. Grojin Reply
    Feb 13,  · I bought them as they were released and they're worth the fifty bucks an album IMO. No regrets. ssmith, Feb 6, # bet for you to take! I already have the 4 DCC's, originals (multiples), 1st 2 monos, Rhino box, and the various live vinyl no MFSL though. just need Waiting for the Sun to complete the collection. PJJK Missing: SVT.