Gary U.S. Bonds - On The Line album FLAC
On the Line, Gary . Bonds' second comeback album under the sponsorship of Bruce Springsteen, was even more of a Springsteen record than its predecessor. This time, Springsteen wrote seven of the 11 songs, co-produced all of them with Miami Steve (Van Zandt) and again lent the E Street Band for the sessions. While there were no Springsteen masterpieces here, the rock & roll revival style of the material, similar to that on Dedication, made it, in effect, the follow-up to Springsteen's The River album, albeit with a different vocalist
Bonds (born Gary Levone Anderson, June 6, 1939, in Jacksonville, Florida) is an American rhythm and blues and rock and roll singer, known for his classic hits "New Orleans" and "Quarter to Three". Born in Jacksonville, Florida, Bonds lived in Norfolk, Virginia, in the 1950s when he began singing publicly in church and with a group called the Turks. He joined record producer Frank Guida's small Legrand Records label where Guida chose Anderson's stage name, .
On the Line is an album released by Gary . Bonds in 1982, the second of two on which he collaborated with Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, the first being Dedication, released the previous year, 1981. The musicians accompanying Bonds on the album include many members of the E Street Band. The album includes seven songs written by Springsteen, one written by Steven Van Zandt, and two written by Bonds himself ("Turn the Music Down", "Bring Her Back"), and features a duet with Steven Van Zandt on the track "Angelyne" According to the liner notes on the Razor & Tie reissue, after recording the album, Columbia Records had Bruce Springsteen . .
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New Orleans (Gary . New Orleans" is a song written by Frank Guida and Joseph Royster and performed by Gary . It reached on the . R&B chart, on the . pop chart, and on the UK Singles Chart in 1960. It was featured on his 1961 album Dance 'Til Quarter to Three with . The song was produced by Frank Guida.
Dedication (1981) and On the Line (1982) - which both featured significant songwriting and production work from Bruce Springsteen - reappeared via the Gott Discs imprint. Johnny Loftus, All Music Guide. If this Gary US Bonds album was a quarter as good as the Sam Moore album, I would be happy. It is truly Fantastic! Bruce has shown his admiration of Gary . Bonds on several occasions, including presenting him with the "Pioneer Award" by the Rhythm and Blues Foundation. His recordings of "Quarter to Three",and "New Orleans" were bright spots in the pre-Beatles '60s. So Gary was a Hero to Bruce growing up and Bruce and the E-Street Band often played "Quarter to Three" as their encore.
Bonds (born Gary Anderson, 6 June 1939) is an American rhythm and blues and rock 'n' roll singer. He is also a prolific songwriter. Born in Jacksonville, Florida, Bonds was living in Norfolk, Virginia in the 1950's when he began singing publicly in church, and with a group called The Turks. He joined record producer Frank Guida's small Legrand label and Guida changed his name to .
Dedication is an album released by Gary . Bonds in 1981, the first of two on which he collaborated with Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, the second being On the Line, released the following year, 1982. The musicians accompanying Bonds on the album include many members of the E Street Band and the Asbury Jukes. The album includes three songs written by Bruce Springsteen, one written by Steve Van Zandt, and several covers of songs from the Beatles, Bob Dylan, Jackson Browne, and others. It also features a duet between Bonds and Springsteen on the track "Jole Blon".
|A1||Hold On (To What You Got)||3:05|
|A2||Out Of Work||2:56|
|A3||Club Soul City||3:38|
|A5||Love's On The Line||3:41|
|A6||Turn The Music Down||3:37|
|B3||All I Need||5:08|
|B4||Bring Her Back||3:44|
- Record Company – EMI Records Ltd.
- Manufactured By – EMI Records Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI America Records
- Producer – Bruce Springsteen, Miami Steve
NotesLight grey plastic cassette-shell with blue text/logos.
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|3C 064-57019||Gary U.S. Bonds||On The Line (LP, Album)||EMI America||3C 064-57019||Italy||1982|
|SO-17068||Gary U.S. Bonds||On The Line (LP, Album, Club)||EMI America||SO-17068||US||1982|
|EYS-81506||Gary U.S. Bonds||On The Line (LP, Album, Promo)||EMI America||EYS-81506||Japan||1982|
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