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When in 1973 vocalist Glenn Hughes jumped ship to Deep Purple, the general consensus was that Trapeze would not be able to carry on yet, against all the odds, they got back in the ring to fight another day. Founding members guitarist Mel Galley and drummer Dave Holland recruited fellow bassist Pete Wright and second guitarist Rob Kendrick. Together they took the Trapeze blueprint of funky hard rock and injected it with a far more hook-laden sheen. Originally issued in 1974 and produced by veteran blues champion Neil Slaven the album contains a stellar selection of hard-hitting tracks, including 'Back Street Love', 'Wake Up, Shake Up' and the album centerpiece 'Midnight Flyer'.
When in 1973 vocalist Glenn Hughes jumped ship to Deep Purple, the general consensus was that Trapeze would not be able to carry on yet, against all the odds, they got back in the ring to fight another day. Founding members guitarist Mel Galley and drummer Dave Holland recruited fellow bassist Pete Wright and second guitarist Rob Kendrick. Together they took the Trapeze blueprint of funky hard rock and injected it with a far more hook-laden sheen. Originally issued in 1974 and produced by veteran blues champion Neil Slaven the album contains a stellar selection of hard-hitting tracks, including 'Back Street Love', 'Wake Up, Shake Up' and the album centerpiece 'Midnight Flyer'.
5055300385109

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Format: CD
Label: RCDY
Rel. Date: 04/21/2015
UPC: 5055300385109

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Artist: Trapeze
Format: CD
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Back Street Love
2. Take It On Down The Road
3. Midnight Flyer
4. Wake Up, Shake Up
5. Turn It On
6. Steal A Mile
7. Goin' Home
8. Feel It Inside

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When in 1973 vocalist Glenn Hughes jumped ship to Deep Purple, the general consensus was that Trapeze would not be able to carry on yet, against all the odds, they got back in the ring to fight another day. Founding members guitarist Mel Galley and drummer Dave Holland recruited fellow bassist Pete Wright and second guitarist Rob Kendrick. Together they took the Trapeze blueprint of funky hard rock and injected it with a far more hook-laden sheen. Originally issued in 1974 and produced by veteran blues champion Neil Slaven the album contains a stellar selection of hard-hitting tracks, including 'Back Street Love', 'Wake Up, Shake Up' and the album centerpiece 'Midnight Flyer'.

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