Harry spins Dylan's Nashville Skyline. Short, sweet and easy on the ear. Skyline shocked music critics with its simplicity & lack of deep symbolism. Bob just wanted to go to Nashville make a country album and have fun.
Harry spins 'Eat It' by Humble Pie. Coming after the departure of Peter Frampton and the peak of their commercial success 'Eat It' harks back to Steve Marriott's Mod-Soul roots.
Harry dusts off the classic 1969 album Blind Faith. Combining the considerable talents of Cream's Eric Clapton & Ginger Baker, Traffic's wunderkind Steve Winwood and Ric Grech from Family, Blind Faith the album stands the test of time.
Harry Steilus discusses Free's self-titled 2nd album. Coming before the hit single 'All Right Now', this was the album that solidified Free's unique blues/rock/pop sound. And it highlighted the brilliance of the young players Paul Kossoff, Andy Fraser, Paul Rodgers & Simon Kirke.
The Masters Apprentices recorded 'Choice Cuts' at Abbey Road studios in 1971 but due to lack of support from their record company, were forced to return to Australia and missed the chance to launch this classic album.