Phyrework - Phyrework album flac
Style: Soul, Funk, Disco
FLAC version ZIP size: 1897 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1320 mb
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Album Info (This Release). Release date label labelcode medium genre submit corrections. 1978 mercury SRM-1-3738 lp vinyl.
Fireworks (Bonfire album). Fireworks is the second album by the hard rock band Bonfire. It was released in 1987 on the label BMG International with two different covers, the worldwide one had a patterned similar to a decorated vault door while the North American version was simply four pictures of each band member in each corner of the cover. This album was recorded with a guest drummer, Ken Mary from Fifth Angel, because the band's drummer was fired during the writing sessions.
Phyrework issued a single, self-titled album in 1978 before being dropped by Mercury Records. The album did not chart. So why am I even writing about Phyrework? Because the group’s long lost album has now been released on compact disc for the first time. And while that may not seem like a big deal, it symbolizes something that IS a big deal. Until earlier this year I had never heard of the band Phyrework. Phyrework issued a single, self-titled album in 1978 before being dropped by Mercury Records.
Phyrework was an obscure, little-known soul/funk outfit that recorded for Mercury in 1978. That year, Mercury released the band's self-titled debut album, which was produced by Con-Funk-Shun guitarist Michael Cooper. Although Con-Funk-Shun was big at the time, Phyrework fell between the cracks and received hardly any attention. The LP included a few examples of tough, hard-driving funk along the lines of the Bar-Kays, although its main emphasis was smooth, sophisticated soul-pop and quiet storm music.