Guitars, Beers & Tears

Guitars, Beers & Tears

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by Bucket & Co.
     
 

Product Details

Release Date:
08/17/2010
Label:
Aao Music
UPC:
0778325405717
catalogNumber:
40571

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Bucket & Co.   Primary Artist
Robert Hart   Vocals
Gary "Harry" James   Drums,Group Member
Adrian Smith   Guitar,Vocals
Bekka Bramlett   Vocals
Dave Colwell   Guitar,Vocals,Background Vocals,Group Member
Judd Lander   Harmonica
Jaz Lochrie   Bass,Group Member
Chris Ousey   Vocals
Steve Conte   Vocals
Edwin McCain   Vocals
Andy Hamilton   Saxophone
Mark Read   Keyboards
Rick Chambers   Percussion
Will Street   Violin
Lauren Harris   Background Vocals
Pascal Magdinier   Hammond Organ
Seth Romano   Vocals
Danny Bowes   Vocals

Technical Credits

Jeff Barry   Composer
Dave Colwell   Producer
Stephen Daniels   Back Cover Photo
Frankie Miller   Composer
A. Smith   Composer
Rick Chambers   Engineer
Steve Smith   Engineer
Alan Birch   Cover Photo
David M. Bellamy   Composer
Homer Howard Bellamy   Composer
Tommy Lee Jones   Composer

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Guitars, Beers & Tears 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ClassicRockLover More than 1 year ago
This is undeniably a solid rock album that proves how much credit Bucket deserves for the success of his former band. This album feels like a labor of love. One of the best things about Guitars, Beers & Tears is its sense of urgency and the feeling that these songs had something to say. There is an energy that permeates every track, giving each word and note a sense of necessity. Not a sound or second is wasted on this album. The album is a swaggering blend of Southern rock, classic rock and framed with a hint of country. Featured vocalists include Adrian Smith (Iron Maiden), Edwin McCain, Steve Conte (New York Dolls), Danny Bowes (Thunder), Robert Hart (Bad Company) and Seth Romano (The Shrill). Bucket took over vocals on the last track 'Mr. Nobody' and really should consider taking on lead vocals more often. This is an album that reminds everyone how great a songwriter and musician Colwell really is.