Sunday, February 17, 2008


Digitized from the original vinyl, released in 1974 on RSO Records.
Format: Mp3
Bit Rate: 320 Kbps
Produced & Mixed by Mike Finesilver
Engineered By: Anton Mathews & Gerry Leach
Recorded At: Ramport Studios, Battersea, London
Album Cover: Patrick Woodruff
Alright By Me / You're Looking Down A Road / Wherever You Go / Caroline / Changes / Help Me Understand / Blackbird / I Need Your Love / Buxton / Leave It All Behind You
All Songs composed, Written & Arranged by Alan Ross
Alan Ross - Lead Vocals, Guitars & Filing Cabinet
Steve Emery - Bass and Vocals
Bob Jackson - Keyboards, Vocals, String Machine
Tony Fernandez - Drums, Percussion
Reuben White - Percussion
I couldn't find a doggone thing on the net about this great band.
By Yours Truly
After an hour's worth of searching the net I've come to the conclusion that it's pretty hard to find info on a band from 30 years ago that was named after one of the members. So, maybe I'm the only one on the planet these days that thinks that Allan Ross was one of the great ones back in the mid 70's. To me, this album rocks from start to finish. Great, great melodic guitar work and Alan has a classic rock n roll voice. Many was the evening back in the 70's I'd be out cruizing around town in the truck with this album just blasting from the speakers. Everybody in this band knows their instrument well, excellent bass work and the drummer is a dynamo. There is some nice organ work too but the guitar is the focal point. Alan Ross wrote, arranged and sings all the tunes on this album and why it wasn't a major smash I'll never know. I've been meaning to write the Sundazed people and tell 'em they need to put this music on a CD and start pandering them to the masses. They just don't make rock n roll like this nowadays and we sure could use some..........Give this one a'll be 45 minutes well spent I tell ya.
posted 10/26/2005 by Russ
Another fantastic album of music by ALAN ROSS.Some of the best by a great guitarist.a mixture of hard rock w/ melody and great lyricks.I dont know why it's unavailable,but I do know once it isn't i'll buy it .
READ THIS For more information on this album.


Blogger Some Awe said...

Another one from your esoteric but always engaging collection! Look forward to this, and Aim. Haven't been disappointed in these recommendations yet, and as ever, much appreciation for your sharing.

Sunday, February 17, 2008 at 11:24:00 AM EST  
Blogger Tom Eckels said...

Thanks for the feedback Mike, it's nice to know someone is out there and enjoying some of my favorite stuff from days gone by. From the Blog writers perspective it's folks like yourself, who take a moment to say thanks or give a review that makes it more of a rewarding experience.
Keep on Rockin'


Monday, February 18, 2008 at 12:49:00 PM EST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I too am enjoying your taste in music...from north of the border. Great stuff you have here! Thanks!!!

Thursday, March 13, 2008 at 11:29:00 PM EDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I too enjoy Alan Ross and his music, I have both his Ross albums. He also released two more under the name Alan Ross Band with Ebony records. Those are also difficult to find in the US, but if you got $50, you can buy one in the UK. Not sure what happened to Alan and am searching remote sites.


Thursday, July 24, 2008 at 9:41:00 PM EDT  
Blogger Tom Eckels said...

Thanks for the feedback RBR....I had heard of other Alan Ross albums out there somewhere but have never seen one anywhere. I'd be willing to part with the cash to get those 2 you speak of.....just gotta find someone with the goods!


Thursday, July 24, 2008 at 11:36:00 PM EDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Awesome album, really surprising it isn't more well known-especially since he toured with Clapton and played on Entwistle's solo albums. I come across it quite by accident and after my own internet research came to the conclusion that we're all in the same boat: whatever happen to this guy!? A singer/songwriter this proficient shouldn't just disappear! In any case I highly recommend this album if you can find it!

Thursday, April 2, 2009 at 11:56:00 PM EDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have found a copy of Ross on lp, I have struggled to find much about it. Does any know if it is of value?

Friday, July 11, 2014 at 3:31:00 PM EDT  

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