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Silverhead - More Than Your Mouth Can Hold: The Complete Recordings 1972-1974 (2022)

Posted By: Rtax
Silverhead - More Than Your Mouth Can Hold: The Complete Recordings 1972-1974 (2022)

Silverhead - More Than Your Mouth Can Hold: The Complete Recordings 1972-1974 (2022)
WEB FLAC (tracks) - 2.1 GB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 865 MB
5:57:56 | Hard Rock, Glam Rock | Label: Purple Records / BBC / Cherry Red Records

The most comprehensive archive of Silverhead's brief but shining time in the spotlight. Featuring their two excellent albums plus bonus tracks. And, including the hard to find 'Show Me Everything' and a host of other live recordings. In 1971, Deep Purple's management set up Purple Records, not just to release Purple's own releases, but also the various side projects the band members were developing, and artists that they respected. Along with early albums by artists as diverse as Ronnie James Dio and Yvonne Elliman, Purple Records tenth release was from a new band called Silverhead who featured future Blondie bassist Nigel Harrison, future Robert Plant guitarist Robbie Blunt, and legendary front man Michael Des Barres.

Silverhead - 16 And Savaged (1973) {1987, Reissue}

Posted By: popsakov
Silverhead - 16 And Savaged (1973) {1987, Reissue}

Silverhead - 16 And Savaged (1973) {1987, Reissue}
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 212 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 99 Mb
Full Scans | 00:36:04 | RAR 5% Recovery
Glam Rock, Hard Rock | Line Records #LICD 9.00325 O

Silverhead's second record, 16 and Savaged, finds the unit much tighter, yet like any great rock & roll band, they maintained that all-important swagger. The addition of guitarist Robbie Blunt gives the group an added punch, and he and Rod Davies proved to be one of glam's best twin-guitar attacks. Vocalist Michael Des Barres steps up as well, and his Steve Marriott-bumping-into-Rod Stewart rasp never sounded better, before or since. The boys come out blazing on the groovy opener, "Hello New York," nailing the Bolan strut and swiping the "Get It On" licks, while the gleefully sleazy "More Than Your Mouth Can Hold" has a definite Faces vibe, an intro borrowed from "Street Fighting Man," and all the subtlety of a Gene Simmons lyric.