- Audio CD (28 Oct. 2016)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Sunset Blvd Records
- ASIN: B01LQ9S3RA
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
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The London And Los Angeles Unreleased Sessions
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PHIL SEYMOUR The London and Los Angeles Unreleased Sessions: Phil Seymour Archive Series Volume 4. Drummer, guitarist & singer-songwriter Phil Seymour came on the scene with a Top 20 hit with the Dwight Twilley Band called "I'm On Fire" in 1975. After two albums with his Tulsa, OK band-mate, Sincerely (1976) and Twilley Dont Mind (1977), Phil decided to go solo and landed a hit single of his own called "Precious To Me" on his self-titled 1980 debut album on Neil Bogart's Boardwalk Records label. Before then Phil experimented with various musicians in the studio including singing background vocals on Tom Petty's "Breakdown"and "American Girl" and played around Los Angeles in the burgeoning live music scene of the late 1970s. The London and Los Angeles Unreleased Sessions, Volume 4 features two of these recording sessions that took place in this era - one in London with legendary UK session guitarist Chris Spedding, and one in Los Angeles at the Warner Bros. Music Studio where he was backed by Steve Allen and Ron Flynt of the band 20/20 - and includes songs by The Kinks, Tom Petty, The Supremes, Chuck Berry, and more!
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The first 5 feature Chris Spedding on guitar and the rest are Phil with Steve Allen and Ron Flynt of 20/20. Among the songs: Who'll Be The Next In Line by the Kinks, Looking For The Magic (Dwight Twilley), Little Town Flirt (Del Shannon), 3 Tom Petty tunes and lots more.
Crank it up!