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Ronnie Montrose - The Speed Of Sound album flac
  • Performer: Ronnie Montrose
  • Title: The Speed Of Sound
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: France
  • Date of release: 1988
  • Music style: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
  • MP3 size: 1832 mb
  • FLAC size 1289 mb
  • Formats AIFF MPC MMF AC3 AUD AA MP1

The Speed of Sound is a 1988 all-instrumental album by American rock guitarist Ronnie Montrose, who led the bands Montrose (1973-77 & 1987) and Gamma (1979-83 & 2000) and also performed and did session work with a variety of musicians, including Van Morrison (1971–72), Herbie Hancock (1971), Beaver & Krause (1971), Boz Scaggs (1971), Edgar Winter (1972 & 1996), Gary Wright (1975), The Beau Brummels (1975), Dan Hartman (1976), Tony Williams (1978), The Neville Brothers (1987), Marc Bonilla (1991 & 1993).

The Speed of Sound is a 1988 all-instrumental album by American rock guitarist Ronnie Montrose, who led the bands Montrose (1973-77 & 1987) and Gamma (1979-83 & 2000) and also performed and did session work with a variety of musicians, including Van Morrison (1971–72), Herbie Hancock (1971), Beaver & Krause (1971), Boz Scaggs (1971), Edgar Winter (1972 & 1996), Gary Wright (1975), Th. Produced by Ronnie Montrose. Engineered by Ronnie Montrose and Roger Wiersema. Ronnie Montrose; The Speed of Sound liner notes; Enigma Records 1988. v. t. e. Ronnie Montrose.

Band Name Ronnie Montrose. Album Name Speed of Sound. Other productions from Ronnie Montrose.

Performer: Ronnie Montrose Album: The Speed Of Sound Label: Wounded Bird records. Однако такой состав долго не просуществовал: Эдвардса сменил Джонни Би Беданджек, а перед записью пластинки The Speed of Sound был принят клавишник Пэт Фиэн. Альбом был выпущен не как работа группы Montrose, а как сольный альбом Ронни.

Modifier l'album Reporter une erreur. Liste des groupes Hard Rock Montrose The Speed of Sound. ajouter les paroles de l'album. Ajouter un fichier audio. Nom du groupe Montrose. Recorded when the band’s name was RONNIE MONTROSE. 1. Mach 1. 2. Black Box. 3. Hyper-Thrust. 5. Zero G. 6. Telstar.

Ronnie Montrose broke up the band after the release of Jump on It and began his own solo career with the all-instrumental Open Fire (1978). Montrose then formed another hard rock group, Gamma, which recorded three albums between 1979 and 1982. After they broke up in 1982, Montrose picked his solo career once again. He released a rather low-key album, Territory, in 1983, following it four years later in 1987 with the hard-rocking and impressive Mean (attributing it to Gamma). The Speed of Sound appeared in 1988, with The Diva Station, a semi-instrumental mesh of soul, pop, metal, and jazz, arriving in 1990. Montrose began putting more of his time into production work, but continued to release solo albums, including Mutatis Mutandis (1991), Music from Here (1994), Mr. Bones (1996), Roll Over and Play Live (1999), and Bearings (1999), before reuniting Gamma for a fourth Gamma album in 2000.

Ronnie Montrose – The first Montrose album was often cited as Americas answer to Led Zeppelin and Ronnie Montrose was often referred to as one of the most influential guitarists in American hard rock. Montrose was born in San Francisco, California, when he was a toddler, his parents moved back to his mothers home state of Colorado. Open Fire Territory The Speed of Sound The Diva Station Mutatis Mutandis Music from Here Mr. Bones Roll Over. Enigma Records – Enigma Records was a popular rock and alternative American record label in the 1980s. Enigma Records launched as a division of Greenworld Distribution, an independent music, four years later, in 1985, Enigma severed ties with its former parent Greenworld and became its own company.

The Speed of Sound is a 1988 all-instrumental album by American rock guitarist Ronnie Montrose, who led the bands Montrose (1973-77 & 1987) and Gamma (1979-83 & 2000) and also performed and did session work with a variety of musicians, including Van Morrison (1971–72), Herbie Hancock (1971), Beaver & Krause (1971), Boz Scaggs (1971), Edgar Winter (1972 & 1996), Gary Wright (1975), The. Beau Brummels (1975), Dan Hartman (1976), Tony Williams (1978), The Neville Brothers (1987), Marc Bonilla (1991 & 1993), Sammy Hagar (1997), and Johnny Winter

That band was Montrose, and that sound was heavy, melodic, no-holds-barred rock and roll. When Ronnie Montrose passed away on March 3, 2012, he was in the midst of working on an album that would have thrilled fans of his original Montrose (1973-1974) and Gamma (1979-1983) periods. The artistically restless Montrose followed his muse without question, but, in 2003, he called in bassist Ricky Phillips (Styx, Bad English) and drummer Eric Singer (Kiss, Alice Cooper) to tackle a power-trio project that would rock harder than anything he had done in years. The idea was to record 10 songs with 10 different singers and call the album 10X10.

Tracklist

A1 Mach1 4:25
A2 Black Box 4:35
A3 Hyper-Thrust 3:25
A4 Monolith 3:12
A5 Zero G 4:10
B1 Telstar 3:08
B2 Sidewinder 3:52
B3 Windshear 4:15
B4 VTOL 3:00
B5 Outer Marker Inbound 4:30

Credits

  • Producer – Ronnie Montrose

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: LC 5163
  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Barcode (Scanned): 018777332316
  • Barcode (Text): 0 1877 73323-1 6

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
100931 Ronnie Montrose The Speed Of Sound ‎(LP, Album) N.E.W Musidisc 100931 France 1988
WOU 3323 Ronnie Montrose The Speed Of Sound ‎(CD) Wounded Bird records WOU 3323 US 2005
D2-73323, Europe 3323-2 Ronnie Montrose The Speed Of Sound ‎(CD, Album) Enigma Records D2-73323, Europe 3323-2 US 1988
3323-4 Ronnie Montrose The Speed Of Sound ‎(Cass, Album) Enigma 3323-4 Netherlands 1988
01-73323, D11G-73323 Ronnie Montrose The Speed Of Sound ‎(LP, Album) Enigma Records , Enigma Records 01-73323, D11G-73323 Canada 1988


Comments: (1)
Tuliancel
Riding the wave of his previous solo albums during the late '80s, Ronnie Montrose reached his peak with The Speed of Sound. Not relying so much on drum machines and an overly polished wall of chorused sound, Montrose feels much more relaxed here than on previous outings during the comeback years, loosening up largely due to a rhythm section that is tight but not digitally rigid, particularly the drumming of former Mitch Ryder sideman Johnny Badanjek. The songwriting and arrangements are much more focused and breathe easier than on previous records, and Montrose's soloing and melodic phrasing are in top form. If there were a place for casual listeners to begin exploring Montrose's solo endeavors under his own name, The Speed of Sound would be an ideal place to start. Guitarist Ronnie Montrose began his career as a backing musician, playing with Van Morrison, Boz Scaggs, and Edgar Winter. He finally formed his own band in 1973. Named after the guitarist, Montrose also featured vocalist Sammy Hagar, bassist Bill Church, and drummer Denny Carmassi; they released their debut album in 1974, and Church was replaced by Alan Fitzgerald shortly after its release. Released the following year, Paper Money confirmed the band's status as one of the more popular hard rock acts of their era. However, Hagar was fired after completing the Paper Money tour. Bob James replaced him and keyboardist Jim Alcivar joined the band, yet Montrose's next two albums -- 1975's Warner Brothers Presents Montrose and 1976's Jump on It -- were commercial failures. Ronnie Montrose broke up the band after the release of Jump on It and began his own solo career with the all-instrumental Open Fire (1978). Montrose then formed another hard rock group, Gamma. Gamma recorded three albums between 1979 and 1982. After they broke up in 1982, Montrose picked his solo career once again. He released a rather low-key album, Territory, in 1983, following it four years later in 1987 with the hard-rocking and impressive Mean (attributing it to Gamma). The Speed of Sound appeared in 1988, with The Diva Station, a semi-instrumental mesh of soul, pop, metal and jazz, arriving in 1990. Montrose began putting more of his time into production work, but continued to release solo albums, including Mutatis Mutandis (1991), Music from Here (1994), Mr. Bones (1996), Roll Over and Play Live (1999), and Bearings (1999), before reuniting Gamma for a fourth Gamma album in 2000. Montrose continued his production and session work, and would tour regularly over the last dozen years of his life before finally losing his long battle with prostate cancer and passing on March 2, 2012.
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