Monday, June 18, 2007

Bull Angus - Free For All (1972)

Poughkeepsie's Bull Angus were one of those bands that should have been huge. With Franke Previte handling the vocals with extraordinary ease and a style that blended Zeppelin, Deep Purple and southern rock, the band released two exceptional albums for Mercury before folding and disappearing. Not much is known about the whereabouts of the former members, but Previte went on to front Franke & the Knockouts before writing the grammy award winning, "The Time of My Life" from the Dirty Dancing soundtrack. Bull Angus' debut was reissued a few years ago by Skyf Zol Records, but this gem has yet to see the digital treatment. Feast your ears upon this hard rock classic and marvel at one of the 70's lost talents.

3 comments:

micksguitar said...

great post. i have the first lp. can't wait to hear this one. thanx mick.

Anonymous said...

I`ve never heard about this band but they are great. The first 3 musics are now in my ipod.
Thanks for another great post.
Miguel

Anonymous said...

Hi Micksgutiar, any chance you could please upload bull angus - ST thanks.