Missouri songs are available on iTunes. Please note all numbered singles are Dutch issues. Polydor 219 on left side label, label number right side? Missouri was announced as special guests for a September 2009 concert in Kansas City that featured Foghat, Shooting Star, and Brian Howe ex-Bad Company , but later cancelled their appearance. Much of the information is being imported from the Golden Earring Record Research Report version 4 Compiled and made by me, sold out and updated with the latest info as well. I'm talking, of course, about 'Radar Love' can't help but hear the bass line when you read this, can you? Missouri toured nationally with many major label acts such as Ted Nugent and Golden Earring, among many others.
These singles were made after he left the band. Singles with the same title have often been released in many countries on different labels and with different label numbers. Golden Earring are a Dutch rock band formed in The Hague, Holland, in 1961. Please be aware of the fact that besides cdsingles also maxi-cdsingles are released but in this overview only cdsingle label numbers are used. That one has 'Twilight Zone! Personally i find this album overrated and don't enjoy listening to it. The second listing contains all info known to me about each single but with release info for all countries it was released in.
Other tracks like 'Song of a Devil's Servant' in particular are a great change of pace and help to shift the tone of the album in crucial moments. Led by Ron West, the band's self-titled first album was released in 1977 on a label called Panama Records. You can use this info the determine and research your own copy of a single and find out which country it is from. However, the two best tracks on here are brilliant but can be found on any greatest hits packages as well. Another one track promo cdsingle is On Location. George Kooymans as a vocalist channels a lovechild hybrid of Ian Anderson and Jim Morrison, making for the ideal 60's voice.
Every time i listen to this album i always want the album to be as good as these two tracks. This overview contains the Golden Earring single discography. Two brilliant classic tracks, many decent but uninspiring tracks. Year Vinyl Single Title Country Label, labelnumber Special Info Sep. The band actually formed way back in 1961 in The Hague, Netherlands as The Tornados but soon changed to The Golden Earrings due to the former already being taken. A mess of distortion, abstract ad-libbing and twisted songwriting, Eight Miles High is perhaps one of the best examples of albums of the era.
Get the greatest hits instead. It's intention is to act like a library that covers and references the history of the band for fan enjoyment. Missouri's first gig was opening for in. There were countless bands to name that were considered a part of this, one of my personal favorites being the Dutch-based Golden Earring. Everything else just seems so uninspired compared to these gems of rock history. Note in the first list all singles are with Dutch labels and label numbers execept the non Dutch releases of course. Info will be updated whenever I have the time.
Also obvious in the influence department from time to time is The Who, most clearly heard on the 'Just Like Vince Taylor' track. But there is a real question that should be asked, and that is to who do we owe an album with such great musicianship? On the flip-side his guitar-playing as previously mentioned is heavy, crushing and intense, and sometimes rather meek and distant when played in a steady balance these two styles work wonders. Heavily inspired by groups, the band played both live covers and recorded original studio material. It should be noted that the 'progressive' part of this was vastly dwarfed by the much more popular clear-cut blues rock sans lengthy and ostentatious compositions, and there was a much lower number of bands who would foray into this particular direction than those who would just rock in short bursts. Ron West and Bill Larson reunited in 1994 with new members for tours in 1994 and 1995.
Well, standing tall above and beyond the call of duty are two tracks that are absolutely phenomenal and i'm sure any homo sapien who has listened to classic rock radio stations will recognize at least one of these tracks instantly. The new wave cedes into a rockin' chorus, an acoustic guitar segment and then delves into a satisfying symphonic rocker building up the tension until it crescendoes lasting a satisfying 9 minutes and 20 seconds. Golden Earring continued this style for a few years, akin to how The Guess Who continued relying on merseybeat for several years until their sound change ironically, The Guess Who made their debut and had a tonal shift at practically the exact same time as Golden Earring , until eventually they shifted into another genre growing in popularity at the time- progressive hard rock. Although it needs updating and additions it's usefull in checking out the excisting cdsingles. If you're looking for a zesty, above-average example of what the British, or in this case Dutch 60's blues scene could deliver you, I say look no further than Golden Earring's Eight Miles High. The most prolific tracks on this album I believe are the last two. They are most well known for being the creators of the international hit single 'Radar Love' in 1973 from the album Moontan.
Everything i've heard from them with a few exceptions is quite derivative of the British invasion scene Stones,Beatles, Who, Kinks and you'd be hard pressed to even know they were Dutch unless you knew their history. Of course you have the obvious like Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Atomic Rooster, etc. While originally forming under the name The Tornados and soon later The Golden Earrings a name taken from an instrumental by English group The Hunters , the band went through name changes, dropping 'the' in 1967 and the 's' in 1969, finally reaching simply Golden Earring. Nonetheless Golden Earring took this road and in 1969 released an album titled Eight Miles High which, adorned with dried clay-covered hands reaching for floating rings, would serve as the band's biggest breakthrough in eight years. No further recordings were issued except a repackaging of recordings from the previous albums called The Best of Missouri.