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Stick Heat - Toe Fat - Toe Fat I & II (CD, Album)

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  1. 1st and 2nd albums by short-lived British proto-Prog band Toe Fat, founded by vocalist Cliff Bennett, a veteran of UK Rock scene in the s, and including an impressive lineup consisting of future Jethro Tull bassist John Glascock and future Uriah Heep founders keyboardist / guitarist Ken Hensley and drummer Lee Kerslake.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Toe Fat I & II on Discogs. Label: BGO Records - BGO CD • Format: 2x, CD Album, Compilation, Reissue, Remastered • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock4/5(20).
  3. CD 2 - Toe Fat II Stick Heat Indian Summer Idol There'll Be Changes A New Way Since You've Been Gone Three Time Loser Midnight Sun EAC logs CD 1 & CD 2. Exact Audio Copy V prebeta 4 from January EAC extraction logfile from 1. April ,
  4. First and 3rd catalog numbers on label, 2nd on sleeve back and spine. Label variation from Toe Fat - Two.
  5. I bought the first Toe Fat album because of the cover. Was I ever glad I did. I feel in love with it. There isn't a bad song on it. I didn't like the cover of the second album as much but I still loved the record. It took me a long time to find the CD. I had to get it from a web /5(6).
  6. Jan 17,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Toe Fat - 08 - Midnight Sun (Toe Fat Two ) YouTube Toe Fat - Two [Full Album, ] - Duration: the Flower Child [mu sick] 20, views.
  7. Toe Fat - Two - (Full Album) 1. Stick Heat 2. Indian Summer 3. Idol 4. There'll Be Changes 5. A New Way (lead guitar by Peter Green) 6. Since You've Been Gone Electric Light Orchestra - II - - Há 6 horas Seguidores. Tema Espetacular Ltda.. Imagens de tema.
  8. This 2-disc CD contains the only two LP's released by the group ( and ). For an idea of what the sound is like, veteran studio musician/singer Cliff Bennet (vocals, piano) writes and plays some great piano rock, Ken Hensley (guitars, vocals) and Lee Kersake (bass) later went to Uriah Heep and Alan Kendall (lead guitar) went on to play with the Bee Gees/5(17).

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