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BTO 1973

Bachman-Turner Overdrive (1973, Mercury)
rock | 1 CD | mp3 320 kbps CBR | fully tagged | RAR file | 80,5 MB


1. Gimme Your Money Please
2. Hold Back the Water
3. Blue Collar
4. Little Gandy Dancer
5. Stayed Awake All Night
6. Down And Out Man
7. Don't Get Yourself In Trouble
8. Thank You for The Feelin'

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BTO II 1973

Bachman-Turner Overdrive II (1973, Mercury)
rock | 1 CD | mp3 320 kbps CBR | fully tagged | RAR file | 83,3 MB


1. Blown
2. Welcome Home
3. Stonegates
4. Let It Ride
5. Give It Time
6. Tramp
7. I Don't Have To Hide
8. Takin' Care Of Business

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Not Fragile 1973

Not Fragile (1973, Mercury)
rock | 1 CD | mp3 320 kbps CBR | fully tagged | RAR file | 80,5 MB


1. Not Fragile
2. Rock Is My Life And This Is My Song
3. Roll on Down The Highway
4. You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet
5. Free Wheelin'
6. Sledgehammer
7. Blue Moanin'
8. Second Hand
9. Givin' It All Away

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Randy Bachman - Lead Guitar, Vocals
Blair Thornton - Guitar, Backing Vocals
C.F. Turner- Bass, Vocals
Rob Bachman- Drums, Backing Vocals


Following his 1970 departure from the Guess Who, guitarist Randy Bachman recorded a solo album (Axe) and planned a project with ex-Nice keyboardist Keith Emerson (later canceled due to illness) before forming Bachman-Turner Overdrive in 1972. Originally called "Brave Belt," the metal group was comprised of singer/guitarist Bachman, fellow Guess Who alum Chad Allan, bassist C.F. "Fred" Turner, and Randy's brother, drummer Robbie; after a pair of LPs (Brave Belt I and Brave Belt II), Allan was replaced by another Bachman brother, guitarist Tim, and in homage to the trucker's magazine Overdrive, the unit became BTO. While their self-titled 1973 debut caused little impact in the U.S. or the band's native Canada, Bachman-Turner Overdrive II was a smash, netting a hit single with the anthemic "Takin' Care of Business." Prior to the release of 1974's Not Fragile, Tim Bachman exited the group to begin a career in production, and was replaced by Blair Thornton; the album was a chart-topping success, and notched a number one single with "You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet." After 1977's Freeways, Randy Bachman left the group for a solo career and formed another group, Ironhorse. Bachman-Turner Overdrive continued on in his absence with replacement Jim Clench for two more albums, Street Action and Rock n' Roll Nights (both 1978), eventually changing their name to simply BTO. At the tail-end of the decade, the band dissolved, but in the 1980s they re-grouped to tour as both Bachman-Turner Overdrive (led by Randy) and BTO (led by Robbie); the ensuing confusion the name game triggered ultimately resulted in Randy Bachman filing suit against his one-time bandmates for rights to the group's logo. © Jason Ankeny, All Music Guide

John C. Reilly as Randy Bachman coming soon...