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Customer Reviews

EZ Action

This album has a new wave feel to many of the numbers which isn't surprising because of the era. It's fun and easy to listen to but not spectacular by any stretch. I've noticed that in the Derringer I-tunes catalog there is a lot of re-treads, re-recordings and junk (reference "Party Tested") while omitting good/great albums like "Derringer", "Sweet Evil", "Guitars and Women" and "Good Dirty Fun". I don't see how this could be due to licensing issues since original versions of songs from these albums are contained on some of the better compilations. Oh well, glad to see this one, Live and "Face to Face" at least.

Some good stuff here

This certainly isn't Rick's best effort, but there are a few solid songs here. I was glad that I found it!

Old favorite

I bought this when it came out on vinyl and it still sounds good. Agree with EZ Action, I'm glad to have this album again but this is not Derringer's best, where are those other albums?

Biography

Born: August 5, 1947 in Celina, OH

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

It seems like Rick Derringer has been on the rock & roll scene forever -- actually, it's only been since 1965, which makes him one of the more enduring veterans of his generation. Derringer's work with his band the McCoys in his midteens, highlighted by the bubblegum anthem "Hang On Sloopy," gave him a claim to low-level rock & roll immortality, and his subsequent playing with Johnny (and later Edgar) Winter provided him with a degree of credibility that a lot of guitar players can only envy, especially...
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