The Motors - The Motors 1
In WAV - Scans are included
1 Dancing The Night Away
3 Cold Love
4 Phoney Heaven
5 Bring In The Morning Light
7 Whiskey And Wine
8 Summertime (Is Calling)
9 Be What You Gotta Be
10 Dancing The Night Away (Single Version)
11 You Beat The Hell Outta Me (Single Version)
12 Cold Love (Remix)
Nick Garvey and Andy McMaster first worked together as members of Ducks Deluxe, one of the tougher and more rollicking bands to emerge from the British pub rock scene, so when punk rock raised the ante on volume and attitude by the time their next band, the Motors, released their first album in 1977, they were more than willing to meet the challenge. While The Motors 1 is a long way from punk rock, it certainly reflects what many pub rock refugees learned from punk -- namely, keep playing straight-ahead rock tunes, but kick up the volume and tempo and forget trying to sound like the Band. The Motors 1 kicks off with the superb "Dancing the Night Away," an excellent fusion of pop melody with big guitar firepower, and the song is so effective that it sets a standard the rest of the disc can't quite match. But they do come close in spots, especially on the cranked-up "Phoney Heaven" and the Springsteen-esque "Bring in the Morning Light," while the neo-reggae lurch of "Cold Love" confirms these guys didn't have to limit themselves to four-square rock and roll. Nick Garvey and Bram Tchaikovsky are a formidable guitar combination on this album, while Rick Slaughter's drumming is sharply energetic and Andy McMaster is a truly valuable point man on bass, keyboards, and guitars. The Motors 1 is a fine set of meat-and-potatoes rock and roll played with the right amount of sweat and more smarts and craft than you might expect.
Love it! Thanks!
Thanks Ratboy69. The Motors was a great group, with a too short life. I remember the "airport" hit.
Thanks Ratboy, but I'm too late!.
Any chance of a re-up please?
Jamie, this is working perfectly fine. You should try to download it using google chrome.
Great album.I have the vinyl and the CD.Played this album constantly back in the day.
merci pour ce post. Premier lp 100 % réussi !
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