8 Reply to “ Ill Do The Talkin - Coney Hatch - Coney Hatch (CD, Album) ”

  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Coney Hatch - Coney Hatch at Discogs. Complete your Coney Hatch collection.
  2. The four reunited to produce what many say is their best album yet in , CONEY HATCH FOUR. It was voted into the UK's top 50 rock albums of by Classic Rock magazine. In the line up changed, with Sean Kelly breathing new life into those brilliant riffs. Coney Hatch toured with Steve Harris's British Lion to packed venues in November.
  3. Jan 30,  · FM Broadcast Agora Ballroom Cleveland, Ohio September 08, 01 - We Got The Night 02 - Stand Up 03 - You Ain't Got Me 04 - Your Kinda Love 05 -.
  4. Do yourself a favor and get Coney Hatch. There is also the bonus track "Dreamland" on this CD. Sometimes simple is better! right from the start I loved "Devil's Deck", "I'll Do The Talkin'" and "Hey Operator" but the rest took a few more listenings. This album could have been a best of it's that good Truly you can see why this album /5(27).
  5. Coney Hatch, an Album by Coney Hatch. Released in on Anthem (catalog no. ANR; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Rock. Featured peformers: Carl Dixon (rhythm guitar, lead vocals), Andy Curran (aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text), Steve Shelski (lead guitar, vocals), Dave Ketchum (drums, percussion), Kim Mitchell (producer, aka_text mixing role_id .
  6. Ketchum left the band in , and was replaced by Barry Connors who formerly drummed with Toronto. In April, Carl Dixon was very seriously injured in a car accident in Australia. On August 5, the original Coney Hatch line up including the now recovered Carl Dixon played a reunion show at the Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto.
  7. Jan 27,  · I'll Do the Talkin' · Coney Hatch Coney Hatch ℗ Anthem Records Released on: Author: Andy Curran Author: Steve Shelski Composer: Andy Curran Composer: Steve Shelski Music.
  8. From: Aero Force Mike Date: May 29, at A great record like all of Coney Hatch's stuff but personally I think I'll Do the Talkin' and Monkey Bars are godawful songs, really flat and pathetic vocals - namely the two songs sung by Andy Curran I believe (reminiscent of Ace Frehley) that don't flow well with the album, they stick out like Ted's own-sung songs on his .

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