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I love my dad :)

I am Michael Mattson, son of original lead singer Bill Mattson. He currently lives in Pennsylvania with his wife and her mother. He does music on the side still. His alcoholism led to his departure from the group, around the time I was born (I'm 18). This is my favorite album, I think my dad is an amazing vocalist :)

One of the most underrated albums

I saw Tangier open for White Lion and Cinderella and I immediately bought the cassette. Four Winds is one of the best debuts by any band and I still listen to it a lot. The only song I don't care for is "Fever For Gold". Otherwise there isn't a throwaway on the whole album.

Yes

Tangier didnt get the radio play they deserve...great rifs...great cd to listen to.

Biography

Genre: House

Years Active: '80s, '90s

This US hard rock outfit have a adopted a different style on each of their albums to date. Formed in 1984 by vocalist Bill Matson and guitarist/songwriter Doug Gordon, they initially played blues-based hard rock, which paid respect to Free, Molly Hatchet and Bad Company. With Rocco Mazella (guitar), Mike Kost (bass) and Mark Hopkins (drums) completing the line-up, they toured frequently but failed to make a breakthrough. Five years after formation, Matson and Gordon returned with Gari Saint (guitar)...
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Four Winds, Tangier
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: 1989

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