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8 thoughts on “ Five In The Nave - Seventy Sevens* - Tom Tom Blues (CD, Album)

  1. Seventy Sevens. Album Detail; More Albums by Seventy Sevens; Tom Tom Blues. Artist: Seventy Sevens. Label: Brainstorm (BAI) Genre: Rock. Release Number: BRD Buy Tom Tom Blues at one of our affiliate stores: Credits. Member Role ; Gene Eugene: Executive Producer: John Flanagan.
  2. 77s - Seventy Sevens EP CD. Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tab.
  3. The 77s (alternatively spelled The Seventy Sevens or The 77's) are an American rock band consisting of Michael Roe on vocals/guitar, Mark Harmon on bass, and Bruce Spencer on drums. Scratch Band Originally called Scratch Band, this ministry-based quartet formed in the late s in Sacramento, California, by Roe, keyboardist/guitarist Mark.
  4. Pioneers New Album Alternative rockers the 77s have a strangely named new album 'A Golden Field Of Radioactive Crows' out; Five Songs EP Rockers The 77's have toned down to three members; New US Album New release features 'Tom Tom Blues' New 77s Album The 77s new album due for February release Stateside is provisionally titled 'Drowning.
  5. Reviewed by James Lewis. The Seventy Sevens are back again and slimmed down to a trio. In contrast to the schizo nature of 'Drowning With Land In Sight', this album holds together very well, with the quieter tracks drawn from the same waters as the rowdier songs, though I suspect this album's lyrics won't make Tony Cummings (not a fan of 'dark' lyrics) feel any happier.
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Seventy Sevens* - Tom Tom Blues at Discogs. Complete your Seventy Sevens* collection.4/5(10).
  7. Tom Tom Blues, [Brainstorm] Box Set (1st Three Albums), [VIA] Drowning with Land in Sight, [Myrrh] Pray Naked, [Brainstorm] Eighty Eight, [Fools of the World] More Miserable Than You'll Ever Be, [Alternative] Sticks And Stones, [Broken] The 77s, [Island] All Fall Down, [Exit].
  8. Roe then re-formed the band with Smith and two-thirds of the Strawmen: Mark Harmon (bass, vocals) and David Leonhardt (rhythm guitar, vocals). Seventy Sevens (originally titled "Pray Naked") was released in Drowning with Land in Sight appeared in , and was followed by tom tom Blues.

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