Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Trend (2) releases. Trend operated from . 968-c. It is most often associated with the Jazz-Rock-flavoured LPs by Warm Dust and Swegas. Its first batch of singles, dating from 1968 and numbered in the TRE-1000s, are even more collectable: there were at least seven of them, and their labels were pale blue with a purple logo. In 1970 Pye took over manufacture and distribution; numbers changed to a TNT-50 series and a new label design was adopted, which featured what I always thought was a ceiling fan but is in fact a tape reel
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What Ya Gonna Do. White River. Tracks count: 10. Views: 4. White River - What Ya Gonna Do 02:07. White River - I Know the Way to Him by Heart 02:42. White River - Could I Come Back Home Tonight 03:15. White River - He Never Changes 03:15. White River - Time to Care 03:12. White River - Who Cares 03:02. White River - My Heart Belongs to Jesus 02:24. White River - Real Love Stores Never End 03:11. White River - Love Will Find a Way 02:20.
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Swegas 1969 First Unreleased Album. 01. Planetarium 02. There's Nothing In It 03. What Yer Gonna Do 04. Old Flames 05. Over The Points 06. The Summer Of My Days 07. The Naz 08. Keep Out Of Sight 09. Grey Lust. Alan Smith (Alto Sax/Piano) Nick Thomas ? (Tenor Sax) John Legg (Baritone Sax) Joe Spibey (Trumpet/Vocals) Chris Dawe (Trumpet) Nick Ronai (Trombone/composer) Keith Strachan (Organ/Vocals), Jonny Toogood (Guitar) Roy Truman (Bass Guitar) Chrys Chrysostomou (Drums). The first (unreleased) SWEGAS album was recorded late 1969 or early 1970
Swegas were a British progressive brass-rock band that existed between 1969 and 1971. The name of the band is derived from an Anglo Saxon word for music. The original Swegas band consisted of Joe Spibey (trumpet), Nick Ronai (trombone), Alan Smith (Tenor Sax), Jonny Toogood (guitar) plus a few pick up players. They released two albums: Beyond The Ox (1970) and Child Of Light (1971).
Who's gonna drive you home, tonight? Someone asked about they weren't sure. That is what I hear but not in the lyrics to the vinyl record. I looked in the sleeve of the album and that refrain is left out. It sounds like OR BAD, like nothing's ba. .Byron from New JerseyI'm currently going through a very intense break up. It's pretty much tearing apart every fiber of my being. One evening, while driving in my car, "Drive" came on the radio. I, then, heard the song in a completely different way. For the first time, out of all the times I'd listened/sang this song, I heard it as a love song to "SELF"! I realized the song is saying, "I'm ALL I really have to depend on!" To me, it's about a relationship with myself. I remember my mum picking me up in the car after school and this playing in the background! I still love this track.