BERNIE TORME: Back with the Boys LP. 12 songs (7 previously unreleased songs). Highly recommended
This man was amazing. He only had two days to pretty much get the whole set complete, he did a great job. He added his own licks to Flying High again, and Mr. Crowley, the recording sounds incredible. He deserves tons of credit !
Bernie Torme played seven shows with Ozzy Osbourne over a 10-day stint with the band, then left, to be regarded as a sell-out / cash-grabber. The opposite is true of this amazing Irish guitarist, who considers this LP as one of his favourites. Oh YES!!!
Nigel Glockler: is an English drummer for the NWOBHM band, Saxon.
His first professional musical experience was the UK band Krakatoa, followed by session work. He joined Toyah Willcoxs band in late 1980. In 1981 Saxons drummer, Pete Gill, damaged one of his hands and Glockler, an old friend of Saxons manager (who played bass in Krakatoa) replaced him. He left the band in Spring of 1987 to join GTR, a supergroup project. He returned to the Saxon fold in late 1988.
In 1998 after tearing muscles in the neck and shoulder doctors advised him against playing drums and was substituted by German drummer Fritz Randow but he continued to write material with the band for subsequent albums. In 2001 he recorded a solo album with Saxon guitarist Doug Scarratt, Mad Men and English Dogs. After Jörg Michael left Saxon in order to rejoin Stratovarius, Glockler was welcomed back to Saxon in 2005.
(1982) The Eagle Has Landed
(1983) Power & the Glory
(1985) Innocence Is No Excuse
(1986) Rock the Nations
(1989) Rock ‘n’ Roll Gypsies
(1990) Greatest Hits Live
(1990) Solid Ball of Rock
(1992) Forever Free
(1995) Dogs of War
(1996) The Eagle Has Landed – part 2
(1997) Unleash the Beast
(1999) BBC Sessions
(2006) The Eagle Has Landed – part 3
(2007) The Inner Sanctum
(2009) Into the Labyrinth
(2011) Call to Arms
Nigel Glockler and Doug Scarrat
(2001) Mad Men and English Dogs
(1992) Tony Martin – Back Where I belong
(1996) Archiva Vol. 1
(1996) Archiva Vol. 2
Paul Di’Anno and Dennis Stratton
(1995) The Original Iron Men
(1996) The Original Iron Men 2
(1997) The Worlds First Iron Man
(1999) The Masters
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——Bernie Tormé Back With The Boys
Label: Raw Power RAWLP 010
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Compilation
Genre: Hard Rock
Label/Pressing Date: Raw Power Records label, pressed in 1985. Made In England
Manufacturers Catalog #: RAWLP-010, Stereo
Condition of Record: Nice VG+ to EX! (see notes below regarding grading). Sold as-is.
Condition of Label: NM-
Condition of Jacket: EX
Inner Sleeve Included (Yes/No): Yes
A1 Come Tomorrow 3:43
A2 My Baby Loves A Vampire 3:34
A3 No Easy Way
A4 Try And Stop Me (Preciously Unreleased) 5:46
A5 Don´t Give Up Your Day Job (Preciously Unreleased) 4:24
A6 Turn Out The Lights
B1 Wild West 4:25
B2 What´s Next (Preciously Unreleased Version) 2:30
B3 Lies (Preciously Unreleased Version) 4:50
B4 Night Lights (Preciously Unreleased) 4:38
B5 All Day And All Of The Night
B6 Back With The Boys (Preciously Unreleased ) 4:04
Bass, Vocals – Everton Williams
Gillan + Bernie Torme:
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Album,
this album is the best from bernie torme. I recall when i’m purhased this vinyl lp at the same day when it is released many many years ago. I never get tired of this album 10/10 excellent all songs are wow!!!HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!
5.0 out of 5 stars jimi hendrix for the 80s and 90s
the king of the wammy bar and an awesome talent from punk to Ian Gillan to Ozzy Osbourne to his own stuff if these 2 singers picked him, you know he doesn’t suck. listen to the sounbytes great stuff.
5.0 out of 5 stars Ripping Guitar!
Bernie is the King of the wang bar crash and burn with a heaping helping of harmonic ear poke. Writes a nice tune too!