Mar 2, 2013

Symphonic Slam - Symphonic Slam (1976)

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Symphonic Slam was mainly about Timo Laine (born in Finland, and moved to America as a child), and his polyphonic guitar synthesizer. The rest of the band was filled out by drummer John Lowery, and keyboardist David Stone.
Timo had been playing the club circuit for a while, but it wasn't until he relocated to Canada that things began to happen. It was there that Symphonic Slam was discovered by A&M Records. What set them apart was the $10,000 360 systems guitar synthesizer prototype. This led to the release of their 1976 self-titled album. Read more
1. Universe
2. Everytime
3. Fold Back
4. I Won't Cry
5. Let It Grow
6. Modane Train
7. Times Run Short
8. Days (instrumental)
9. Summer Rain
10. How Do You Stand (Before The Lord)

The band:
Timo Laine - vocals, guitars, guitar synthesizer
John Lowry - drums
David Stone - keyboards




CrunchyFrog said...

I already have this but I just have to encourage anyone who doesn't to check it out... this is great guitar-synth prog!

Rogério M. Schirach said...

Great album, very very good! Thanks my friend!