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Buck Dharma - Archive Volume I Album

  • Performer: Buck Dharma
  • Title: Archive Volume I
  • Size MP3 ver: 2540 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 2684 mb
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 2000
  • Label: Dharma Products
  • Rating: 4.1 of 5
  • Genre: Rock
Buck Dharma - Archive Volume I Album

Tracklist

1Don't Fear The Reaper
2ECPI
3You People Had Enough?
42120 Revisited
5Cold Wind
6Hot Date
7Shooting Shark
8The Premier Of B.C.
9Burnin' For You
10Hold Me Tight
11That Was Killer
12Here Comes That Feeling
13Pack Of Lies

Credits

  • Drum MachineDonald "Buck Dharma" Roeser
  • DrumsAlbert Bouchard (tracks: 3, 4, 6, 9, 10)
  • GuitarDonald "Buck Dharma" Roeser
  • ProducerDonald "Buck Dharma" Roeser
  • VocalsDonald "Buck Dharma" Roeser

Notes

The Buck Dharma Limited Edition Archive Series is three CD's culled from Buck's private tape vault, featuring his original demo recordings of BÖC hits and songs and studio oddities never previously released, all newly mastered by Buck with state of the art digital gear.
The recordings begin in the mid '70s with Buck's purchase of a Teac 3340S, an early affordable 4 Track Multi Track recorder, pictured on the back of the Volume 1 CD package.
Tunes recorded at Buck's Melville, NY and Green Lawn, NY residences include among others, "Don't Fear The Reaper" and "Godzilla". In the late '70s, he upgraded his studio with a Teac 80-8, an 8 track recorder using 1/2" tape and a Teac console. most of the other songs were recorded on that machine.
Later he again upgraded to an Akai 1214 12 track recorder and then to ADAT 16 track digital and today uses a 24 bit digital Hard Drive setup to create professional master quality output.
All vintage analog tapes were "baked" to restore playability, digitized at 24 bits/44.1 kHz and mastered to 16 bit CD at the final stage of the process.
Unless otherwise noted, all instruments and vocals are by Buck.

Album

13 songs. 2000 year. Format mp3. The recordings begin in the mid '70s with Buck's purchase of a Teac 3340S, an early affordable 4 Track Multi Track recorder, pictured on the back of the Volume 1 CD package. Tunes recorded at Buck's Melville, NY and Green Lawn, NY residences include among others, Don't Fear The Reaper a. Flat Out is a solo album by Donald Buck Dharma Roeser, lead guitarist and vocalist for hard rock band Blue Öyster Cult, released in 1982 see 1982 in music. Although Roeser penned and sang BÖC's biggest hits Don't Fear The Reaper, Godzilla, Burnin' for You, the band operated as a democracy, and some of the songs he brought to the band were deemed too poppy by the others, so he released many of them on this solo record. Born to Rock was the first single and was played live by Blue. You can buy Album Archive Volume I 2000 - Buck Dharma. Listen online top songs Buck Dharma. Download the latest song of Archive Volume I: Burnin' For : Buck Dharma Release: Archive Volume I Genre: Hard Rock Country: USA Bitrate: 320 kbps new link below , go to schmygel's link and give him points -. BUCK DHARMA : Archive Volume I 1975-1983 USA Dharma Products. hits and songs and studio oddities never previously released. All material was freshly mastered by Buck using state of the art digital gear. Add album to Cart. Flat Out 1982. The Red And The Black 2000. Archive Volume III 2000. Archive Volume II 2000. Hot Date. Here Comes That Feeling. Buck Dharma. Flat Out 1982, Album. Archive - Volume III 2000, Album. Archive - Volume I 2000, Album. Archive - Volume II 2000, Album. more info. Release type: Album. Play album. BD Archive-Volume III. 1 listener. Archive Volume Buck Dharma Info: BD Archive Vol. I Style: Hard Rock Years: 2003 Info: CBR 320 kbs Info: 125,78 Mb Info: USA. Tracklist: 01 - Hot Date. DIVA Takin a chance Lost UK Jewels 2017 Lewis Tmothy Lost Angels Lost U. Jewels Volume 6 2019 First Strike Just Another Night The Lost UK Jewels Collectors Series Vol. 18 Shogun The Lost Album Lost U. Jewels Series digitally remastered 2019 Sweet Sin Sweet Sin 2018


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