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Pete & Chris Coe album

Pete & Chris Coe  album
  • Performer Pete & Chris Coe
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Pete & Chris Coe went on to become fixtures on the scene and make several fine albums through the ’70s, notably Out Of Season Out Of Rhyme (also featuring Dave Burland, Tony Rose and Janet Kerr) and Game Of All Fours. By the end of the ’70s the Coes became an integral part of the movement to put English dance music back on the map in defiance of the Celtic music beginning to dominate the scene

Pete Coe in many ways represents the backbone of the modern English folk revival. He's been a key member of numerous significant outfits across three decades, including the much-loved duo Pete & Chris Coe (with his then wife Chris), the wondrous dance outfit New Victory Band, folk 'supergroup' Bandoggs and political trailblazers Red Shift.

12" vinyl album) The Village Thing VTS9 (1971) Supporting artists: Ian Hunt (guitar), Pique Withers (drums), Peter The Bass (bass guitar), Kipps Brown (keyboards), John Turner (double bass), Keith Warmington (harmonica) Tracks: One More Chance. 12" vinyl album) Plant Life PLR018 (1979) Supporting artists: Maggie Holland (vocal, bass guitar, guitar, banjo), Pete Coe (melodeon), Chris Coe (hammered dulcimer, vocal), Martin Simpson (banjo, guitar, acoustic bass guitar, vocal) Tracks: The Preacher's Blues.

Peter Criss is the 1978 debut solo album by Peter Criss, the drummer of American hard rock band Kiss. It was one of four solo albums released by the members of Kiss on September 18, 1978. The album was produced by Vini Poncia, who went on to produce the Kiss albums Dynasty (1979) and Unmasked (1980). Criss covered "Tossin' and Turnin'", which was a hit for Bobby Lewis in the . during the summer of 1961. The song was subsequently covered by Kiss on their 1979 tour.

Chris Coe Photography. Arts and entertainment in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. CommunitySee all. 572 people like this. 556 people follow this. 4000 Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

The assembled other jammers included Pete & Chris Coe (who had already played on a Hot Vultures' album the previous year), John Kirkpatrick, Sue Harris, Nic Jones on fiddle and many more. And lo, long-forgotten, somebody taped it. So here the session wends its way through "Will There Be Any Travellers In Heaven" (learned from English gypsy singer Derby Smith), Jimmy Reed's "Baby What You Want Me To Do", Frank Proffitt's "Going Across The Mountains" and Ben E. King's "Save The Last Dance For Me".

12" vinyl album) Liberty LBS 83242 (1969) Supporting artists: Chris Turner (harmonica), Bob Rowe (bass guitar), 'Harmonica Annie' Matthews (vocals), The Big Sunflower (Piano), Pete Hossell (Jug), Ron Needes (Mandolin), Brian Claxton (Washboard) Tracks: Get In That Swing. 12" vinyl album) Saydisc SDM 159 (1968) Supporting artists: Mike Cooper (vocal, guitar), Al Jones (vocal, guitar), Elliott Jackson (harmonica) Tracks: Cottonfield Blues.

Pete and Chris Coe Setlist at Place du Carré, Couvin, Belgium. Pete and Chris Coe. More from this Artist.