Saturday, July 17, 2021

Trapeze - Trapeze (1970)

Trapeze - Trapeze (1970)

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1. "It's Only a Dream"   0:42
2. "The Giant's Dead Hoorah!"   3:32
3. "Over"   3:36
4. "Nancy Gray"   2:47
5. "Fairytale/Verily Verily/Fairytale"   7:39
6. "It's My Life"   2:47
7. "Am I"   3:07
8. "Suicide"   4:49
9. "Wings"   3:28
10. "Another Day"   2:35
11. "Send Me No More Letters"   4:32
12. "It's Only a Dream" (reprise)   0:37




Trapeze Band Members / Musicians
Glenn Hughes – lead vocals, bass, trombone
Mel Galley – guitars, backing vocals
Dave Holland – drums
Terry Rowley – organ, piano, flute
John Jones – trumpet, co-lead vocals
John Lodge – production
Roger Quested – engineering
Chris Neal – engineering
Bill Price – engineering
John Punter – engineering
David Wedgbury – photography
Barry Wentzell – photography





Trapeze is the debut studio album by British hard rock band Trapeze. Recorded in 1969 at Morgan Studios and Decca Studios, it was produced by the Moody Blues bassist John Lodge and released in May 1970 as the second album on Threshold Records, a record label founded by Lodge's band. Trapeze is the band's only album to feature founding member John Jones (vocals, trumpet); both he and Terry Rowley (organ, piano, flute) left shortly after its release (Rowley rejoined in 1974)

Trapeze were an English rock band from Cannock, Staffordshire. Formed in 1969, the band originally featured former The Montanas members John Jones (trumpet, vocals) and Terry Rowley (keyboards), and former Finders Keepers members Glenn Hughes (bass, vocals, piano), Mel Galley (guitar, vocals) and Dave Holland (drums). Jones and Rowley left the band following the release of their self-titled debut album in 1970, with the lineup of Hughes, Galley and Holland continuing as a trio. After the release of Medusa later in 1970 and You Are the Music... We're Just the Band in 1972, Hughes left Trapeze in 1973 to join Deep Purple.





Trapaze Band Members / Musicians

Mel Galley – guitar, vocals (1969–1982, 1991–1992, 1993–1994) (d. 2008)

Dave Holland – drums, percussion (1969–1979, 1991–1992, 1993–1994) (d. 2018)

Glenn Hughes – bass, vocals, piano (1969–1973, 1976, 1991–1992, 1993–1994)

Terry Rowley – synthesizers, keyboards (1969–1970, 1974–1976)

John Jones – trumpet, vocals (1969–1970)

Pete Wright – bass, backing vocals (1974–1976, 1976–1981)

Rob Kendrick – guitar, backing vocals (1974–1976)

Peter Goalby – guitar, vocals (1978–1981)

Steve Bray – drums (1980–1982)

Mervyn Spence – bass, vocals (1981–1982)

Richard Bailey – keyboards (1981–1982)

Kex Gorin – drums (1982)

Geoff Downes – keyboards (1991–1992)

Craig Erickson – guitar (1994)




Trapeze Discography Full

Studio albums
Trapeze (1970)
Medusa (1970)
You Are the Music... We're Just the Band (1972)
Hot Wire (1974)
Trapeze (1975)
Hold On (1979) / Running (1978, Germany)

Live albums
Live in Texas: Dead Armadillos (1981)
Welcome to the Real World: Live at the Borderline (1993)
Live: Way Back to the Bone (1998)
Live at the Boat Club 1975 (2006)
Live In Houston 1972 (2021) - RSD release vinyl only 2lp

Compilations
The Final Swing (1974)
Way Back to the Bone (1986)
High Flyers: The Best of Trapeze (1996)
On the Highwire (2003)

Singles
"Send Me No More Letters" (1969)
"Black Cloud" (1970)
"Coast to Coast" (1972)
"On the Sunny Side of the Street" (1975)
"Don't Ask Me How I Know" (1979)
"Running Away" (1980)


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