Give My Compliments To The Chef - The Sensational Alex Harvey Band - Live (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Recorded in and , Harvey is on top of his game as a storyteller - especially on Next and Give My Compliments to the Chef - with the mostly clean mix capturing the magical artistry of the band/5(64).
  2. Aug 23,  · Alex Harvey and His Soul Band () The Blues () Roman Wall Blues () The Joker is Wild () Framed () Next () The Impossible Dream () Tomorrow Belongs to Me () Live.
  3. 'Give My Compliments to the Chef' is the undoubted highlight here - the one time when the album's progressive itch and Alex's increasingly abstract poetry meet with shapely, satisfying results. Bags of energy, great contributions from the whole group and a clever dynamic song structure: fabulous stuff.
  4. Label: Vertigo - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll, Blues Rock The Sensational Alex Harvey Band - Live (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore4/5(67).
  5. Live was the first live record (fifth album overall) by The Sensational Alex Harvey Band, and was originally put out in The album was released separately on CD, but it can be hard to find. However, the LP is widely available on a 2 in 1 CD. The other album being The Penthouse faukorafelorejohelm.xyzinfo release also features a cover version of the Tom Jones song "Delilah".Genre: Hard rock.
  6. Give my compliments to the chef Give my compliments to the chef Leo sits behind the desk, he wanna see the women cooking gravy Nobody sent no argument and I gotta go and join the Royal Navy Mademoiselle you do so well, you know the meaning of salvation But the General wants me on the phone and he's all alone and needs my consolation Give my.
  7. Live / The Penthouse Tapes, a Compilation of songs by The Sensational Alex Harvey Band. Released in April on Mercury (catalog no. ; CD).
  8. Live aptly demonstrates the energy the band had before an audience. After the introduction - Fanfare - the SAHB tears into Faith Healer and Tomahawk Kid. Harvey is in fine form when singing about the urban superhero, Vambo, and keeps the set smoking hot with Give My Compliments to the Chef. But it is just the entree to the main course/5(19).

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