Buzz Bone - Studio And Live 2-CDR. From the ashes of the Moving Sidewalks, former members Tom Moore and Dan Mitchell decided to carry on playing the blues once Billy Gibbons formed ZZ Top and was doing straight-up Texas-style blues-rock. Featuring Hammond B3 organ, the band had a different approach to blues rock but executed with the same kind of unique Texas panache. A single 7″ was released but the band recorded quite a bit of material that never saw the light of day. This CDR gathers most of those 1976 studio recordings along with a disc full of rare live tracks also from 1976, of which include Ottis Coleman (Honest John, 1900 Storm, Texas Blend) replacing Tom Moore and Dusty Wakeman (bass) who also happened to be in The Barons and engineered the Honest John album in 1975. (m-/m-/m-)
- Pro Made non-factory pressed compact discs housed in 2 pocket gatefold jacket with full laser-printed graphics front, back, inside, discs, and spine. Officially released by ShroomAngel Records.
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