Harpoon Man - Tramline (2) - Somewhere Down The Line (CD, Album)


  1. Tramline - Somewhere Down the Line ( uk, power blues rock, Repertoire digi sleeve) Somewhere Down The Line' is the first of two albums by a group that was a contemporary of fellow Island Records' signing Free and created a similarly, powerful blues sound.
  2. Moody then teamed up with John McCoy* (vocals/harmonica), Terry Sidgewick (bass) and Terry Popple (drums) of the bluesband Real McCoy. The band changed their name to "Tramline" and, through McCoy's contacts with Island Records, secured a two-album deal. Their first recording was "Somewhere Down the Line", made at Morgan studios, Willesden, London.
  3. Tramline's debut album "Somewhere Down The Line" for Island Records. Track details: 1 Harpoon Man 2 National Blues 3 Sorry Sorry 4 Look Over Yonder Wall 5 Rock And Roll Woman 6 Somewhere Down The Line 7 Mazurka 8 Statesborough Blues 9 Killing Floor.
  4. Tramline was a hard-rocking blues-based quartet, not too different from Free and other guitar-heavy outfits of the late '60s, and for a time even shared label affiliation with the latter band. Formed by John McCoy (vocals, harmonica), Mick Moody (guitar), Terry Sidgwick (bass, vocals), and Terry Popple (drums). Chris Blackwell plucked them from the club scene in and .
  5. Harpoon Man: A2: National Blues Written-By – Thomas*, Moody* A3: Sorry Sorry Tramline (2) Somewhere Down The Line ‎ (CD, Album, RE) Edsel Records: EDCD UK: Sell This Version: SFL, Tramline (2) Australia: Sell This Version: ILPS Tramline (2) Somewhere Down The Line /5(14).
  6. TRAMLINE - Moves Of Vegetable Centuries + Somewhere Down The Line - 2 CD SET. MOVES OF VEGETABLE CENTURIES. 1. Pearly Queen 2. Sweet Satisfaction 3. You Better Run 4. Grunt 5. Sweet Mary 6. I Wish You Would 7. Goodmorning Little Schoolgirl 8. Harriet's Underground Railway. SOMEWHERE DOWN THE LINE. 1. Harpoon Man 2. National Blues 3. Sorry Sorry End date: Jun 30,
  7. "Somewhere Down the Track" track listing: (side 1) 1.) Harpoon Man (Wayne Moss - Neil Wilburr - Ken Buffrey - C. McCoy) - rating: *** stars To be honest, the first dozen times I heard 'Harpoon man' the song did nothing for me. It .
  8. Available for the first time on CD and in Digisleeve format - the most collectable version on the market of this very rare 70s rock album feauring ace guitarist Micky Moody. Micky Moody is interviewed by respected author and journalist Chris Welch for the exclusive detailed and extensive liner notes in this CD package.
  9. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Somewhere Down The Line on Discogs. Label: FootPrint Records (3) - FPR • Format: CD 3/5(1).

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