COZY POWELL: Tilt LP. Vinyl Near Mint. With Jack Bruce, Don Airey, Gary Moore, Jeff Beck, Bernie Marsden, etc. Check audio


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Cozy Powell  Tilt
Label: Polydor   POLD 5047
Format: Vinyl, LP
Country: UK
Released: 1981
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock
A1 The Right Side
Bass Chris Glen
Keyboards John Cook
Saxophone Mel collins
Vocals Elmer Gantry
Written-By Kirby*, Cook*

A2 Jekyll & Hyde
Bass Chris Glen
Guitar Gregory Kirby
Keyboards John cook
Vocals Elmer Gantry
Written-By Kirby*, Cook*

A3 Sooner Or Later
Bass Chris Glen
Guitar Kirby*
Keyboards John cook
Vocals Elmer Gantry
Written-By Emery, Kirby*

A4 Living A Lie
Bass Neil Murray
Guitar Bernie Marsden
Keyboards John Cook
Vocals Frank Aiello
Written-By Marsden*, Powell*, Airey*

B1 Cat Moves
Bass Jack Bruce, Jack Bruce
Guitar Jeff Beck
Keyboards John Cook
Synth David Sancious
Written-By Hammer*

B2 Sunset
Guitar Gary Moore
Keyboards Don Airey
Moog Bass Don Airey
Written-By Moore*

B3 The Blister
Guitar Gary Moore
Keyboards Don Airey
Moog Bass Don Airey
Written-By Airey*, Moore*

B4 Hot Rock
Guitar Jeff Beck
Moog Bass John Cook
Written-By Hammer*

Producer Cozy Powell, Guy Bidmead

COZY POWELL: Tilt LP. Vinyl Near Mint. With Jack Bruce, Don Airey, Gary Moore, Jeff Beck, Bernie Marsden, etc. Check audio


Cozy Powell – drums, percussion [The Jeff Beck GroupRainbowMSGWhitesnakeEmerson, Lake & PowellGary MooreBlack SabbathThe Brian May BandRobert PlantSuzi QuatroPeter Green Splinter GroupThin LizzyCinderella]
Gary Moore – guitar on “Formula One”, “Princetown”, “Dartmoore” and “The Rattler” [Skid Row, Thin Lizzy, Colosseum II, Phil Lynott, Greg Lake, BBM, G Force]
Don Airey – keyboards [[Deep Purple, Rainbow, Ozzy Osbourne, Black Sabbath, Electric Light Orchestra, Gary Moore, Glenn Tipton, Judas Priest, Wishbone Ash, Whitesnake, Ten, Jethro Tull]

Bernie Marsden  Whitesnake guitarist , having written or co-written with David Coverdale many of the group’s hit songs, such as “Fool for Your Loving”, “Walking in the Shadow of the Blues”, “Lovehunter”, “Trouble” and the multi-million selling chart-topper “Here I Go Again”

Jan Hammer keyboards with the Mahavishnu Orchestra, “Miami Vice Theme” film score, solo work,  John McLaughlinJeff BeckAl Di MeolaMick JaggerCarlos SantanaStanley ClarkeTommy BolinNeal SchonSteve Lukather

  • Elmer Gantry – lead vocals on “Right Side”, “Jekyll & Hyde” and “Sooner or Later”
  • Frank Aiello – lead vocals on “Living a Lie”
  • Kirby Gregory – guitar on “Right Side”, “Jekyll & Hyde” and “Sooner or Later”
  • Bernie Marsden – guitar on “Living a Lie”
  • Jeff Beck – guitar on “Cat Moves” and “Hot Rock”
  • Gary Moore – guitar on “Sunset” and “The Blister”
  • Chris Glen – bass guitar on “Right Side”, “Jekyll & Hyde” & “Sooner or Later”
  • Neil Murray – bass guitar on “Living a Lie”
  • Jack Bruce – bass guitar on “Cat Moves”
  • John Cook – keyboardsMoog Taurus on “The Blister” and “Hot Rock”
  • Don Airey – keyboards on “Sunset” and “The Blister”
  • Mel Collins – saxophone on “The Right Side”
  • David Sancious – synthesiser on “Cat Moves

    5.0 out of 5 stars Powell, Beck, Gary Moore,Need I say more ?? Great Album. Sunset makes you want to play guitar

    5.0 out of 5 stars can you dig it?,
    If you are a musician….then for Gods sake get this and cherish it. If you are even slightly musically inclined and truly understand guitar & drums, get ready to get your mind blown …Jeff Beck and Gary Moore with the precise fury of Cozy on the skins will definitely leave you wanting to hear it again….and again…..and again…and so on…trust me>>>this is for rockers>10 stars!!!!!


    5.0 out of 5 stars RIP, Cozy,
    One of the worlds great drummers — he shows his chops as do all the musicians. Its a nice, diverse collection of songs.

    The second album of Cozy Powell brought together various music styles into the album. This time Cozy brought in talented musicians like Jeff Beck, Gary Moore, Neil Murray, Jack Bruce, Mel Collins, David Sancious and others. The music is actually not complex and I enjoy all tracks in this album. ‘The Right Side’ is of course an interesting opening in blues rock fashion with some flavor of jazz especially through the sax work by Mel Collins. The vocal part is also very nice. ‘Living a Lie’ is basically a nice blues track with good guitar work by Bernie Marsden. Even though this album was released in 1981, there is a strong nuance of 70s music as shown by this song.The ‘Sooner or Later’ is basically a straight pop rock song. ‘Cat Moves’ featured Jeff Beck as guitarist and the song is really nice. ‘Sunset’ was performed by trio Gary Moore (guitar), and Don AIrey (synth solo) and it moves excellently with some blues and jazz elements on it. The trio also perform excellent track ‘The Buster’ which runs in relatively fast tempo with stunning guitar solo and powerful drumming. Cozy’s drumming is really excellent!

 Unlike the majestic, completely instrumental Over the Top, Cozy Powell’s second solo album, Tilt (released in 1981, when Powell was a member of The Michael Schenker Group) features no less than four songs, all strategically placed in the first half of the record. In my opinion, this LP has one of the most beautiful guitar performances ever: Gary Moore tour-de-force Sunset. It is one of those pieces in which (as I like to say) the electric guitar ceases to be a mere musical instrument, and finds an almost human ‘voice’ of its own. The shredders of this world should take a listen to this track, and learn how to convey emotion as effectively as Gary does, instead of going for that tired, 3000-notes-a-second routine. The fact that Moore, in the following years, often dedicated Sunset to Randy Rhoads when performing live adds to the piece’s poignancy and beauty.

Of the remaining tracks, two (Cat Moves and Hot Rock), penned by legendary keyboardist Jan Hammer, both feature Jeff Beck on guitar, and are reminiscent of the exciting jazz-rock of the previous album. The third track, The Blister, veers more towards standard, guitar-based instrumental rock, underpinned by Powell’s explosive drumming. Jack Bruce, on of the stars of OTT, guests on Cat Moves, adding a funky touch to the proceedings.

On the whole, this is a fun album to listen to. Sunset alone is worth the price of admission, and its mere presence is enough to make want to buy this LP.


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