The Alpha Band is the debut album by the rock group The Alpha Band, released in 1976. The band was formed in 1976 from the remnants of Bob Dylan's Rolling Thunder Revue. The core band members were T-Bone Burnett, Steven Soles and David Mansfield. Interviews" (T-Bone Burnett, Bob Neuwirth, Larry Poons). Cheap Perfume" (Burnett, Neuwirth, J. Steven Soles). Keep It in the Family" (Soles). Ten Figures" (Burnett, Fleming).
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The Alpha Band was a rock band formed in July 1976 from the remnants of Bob Dylan's Rolling Thunder Revue. Band members were T-Bone Burnett, Steven Soles, and David Mansfield, plus sidemen who differed from record to record and included: David Kemper (later drummer for Bob Dylan and Jerry Garcia Band); gospel great Andraé Crouch; and former Beatle Ringo Starr. The Statue Makers of Hollywood, 1978.
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Statue Makers of Hollywood 1978: 07. Tick Tock - 08:03 08. Rich Man - 07:04 0. The Alpha Band's sound, which drew from a grab-bag of American roots styles, as well as pop and rock, was centered around singer-songwriters J. Henry "T-Bone" Burnett and Steven Soles, and t David Mansfield.
All Three Alpha Band LPs in their Entirety on Two CD'S. The Alpha Band" (1976), "Spark in the Dark" (1977) and "The Statue Makers of Hollywood" (1978).
1978 studio album by The Alpha Band. The Statue Makers of Hollywood. Studio album by.
In 1980, Burnett released his first post–Alpha Band solo album, Truth Decay, produced by Reggie Fisher, on the Takoma Records label. Truth Decay was a roots rock album described by the Rolling Stone Record Guide as "mystic Christian blues". Retrieved June 21, 2013.