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quinta-feira, 1 de agosto de 2013

Arc Angels - Arc Angels ( R$ 12,00 )


 Arc Angels ( R$ 12,00 )

Obra Prima

01 - Living in a Dream
02 - Paradise Cafe
03 - Sent by Angels
04 - Sweet Nadine
05 - Good Time
06 - See What Tomorrow Brings
07 - Always Believed in You
08 - The Famous Jane
09 - Spanish Moon
10 - Carry Me On
11 - Shape I'm In
12 - Too Many Ways to Fall

Arc Angels are a blues rock band formed in Austin, Texas in the early 1990s. 

The band was composed of guitarist and singers Doyle Bramhall II and Charlie Sexton and two former members of Stevie Ray Vaughan's band Double Trouble, drummer Chris Layton and bassist Tommy Shannon. 

According to Bob Meredith of Allmusic the "ARC" in the band's name came from the Austin Rehearsal Complex where the band first started jamming before releasing their 1992 debut album.

 The album, Arc Angels, met with critical approval and managed to hit #127 on the Billboard charts.

 On Tuesday, June 9, 1992, the Arc Angels made their network television debut on the NBC show "Late Night with David Letterman" where they performed "Living In A Dream". 

On Wednesday, January 6, 1993, they again performed on Letterman's show; this time playing "Too Many Ways to Fall".

Bramhall's heroin addiction and internal friction caused the breakup of the band in 1993. 

The Arc Angels broke up in October of that year, concluding their run with a series of farewell concerts at Austin's Backyard outdoor venue. 

Beginning in 2002, the Arc Angels have since reunited for occasional live performances.

In recent years, Bramhall has played guitar in Eric Clapton's band and toured with Roger Waters.

 Charlie Sexton has toured with Bob Dylan. Meanwhile, Layton and Shannon have recorded three albums with the Texas soul quintet Storyville. 

They have also backed such artists as Buddy Guy, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and John Mayer.

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